As new movie flops at box of­fice

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Vanessa Par­adis and Lily-Rose Depp have de­fended Johnny Depp af­ter his es­tranged wife ac­cused him of do­mes­tic abuse.

Johnny’s for­mer part­ner Vanessa, the mother of his two chil­dren, Lily-Rose, 17 and Jack, 14, re­port­edly wrote a let­ter of sup­port for Depp af­ter Am­ber Heard, 30, was granted a tem­po­rary re­strain­ing order amid claimed he left her with a bruised face af­ter throw­ing an iPhone at her.

Ac­cord­ing to a let­ter ob­tained by TMZ, Vanessa, 43, wrote: “Johnny Depp is the fa­ther of my two chil­dren. He is a sen­si­tive and lov­ing per­son and I be­lieve with all my heart that these re­cent al­le­ga­tions be­ing made are out­ra­geous.

“In all the years I have known Johnny, he has never been phys­i­cally abu­sive with me and this looks noth­ing like the man I lived with for 14 won­der­ful years.”

And Lily-Rose took to In­sta­gram to de­fend her 52-year-old fa­ther, writ­ing: “My dad is the sweet­est, most lov­ing per­son I know, he’s been noth­ing but a won­der­ful fa­ther to my lit­tle brother and I, and every­one who knows him would say the same.”

Mean­while, Depp’s new movie has flopped at the box of­fice.

Alice Through the Look­ing Glass made a dis­ap­point­ing $28.1 mil­lion do­mes­ti­cally on its open­ing week­end in the US, af­ter be­ing pro­jected to earn $70 mil­lion ac­cord­ing to The Wrap.

And Dead­line re­ports that it earned just $65 mil­lion in­ter­na­tion­ally.

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