Johnny Depp’s Trou­bled Ro­mance:

JOHNNY DEPP’S GO-GO DANCER GAL­PAL, POLINA GLEN, HAS THE STILL-FRAG­ILE STAR WRAPPED AROUND HER FIN­GER.

Star (USA) - - Cover Stories -

An insider reveals the ac­tor’s pals are wor­ried his go-go dancer girl­friend is us­ing him for fame and for­tune.

JOHNNY Depp’s girl­friend may have hit the jack­pot. Ever since 23-year-old Rus­sian go-go dancer Polina Glen was in­tro­duced to the Blow star, 55, at a party in L.A. last year, a source tells Star, Johnny’s been pick­ing up the tab on their ro­mance. “When Polina first met Johnny, she didn’t know who he was, but when she found out he was a big movie star, she sure was happy,” an insider spills. “She’s been wear­ing ex­pen­sive clothes and rack­ing up huge bills on his credit cards.” It’s no se­cret that Johnny lives an ex­trav­a­gant life­style, re­port­edly spend­ing up to $2 mil­lion a month. Now that he’s newly sober and sin­gle (he fi­nal­ized his nasty split from ex-wife Amber Heard in March), the insider says, Polina is play­ing her cards care­fully and look­ing to seal the deal with a wed­ding. “Peo­ple are warn­ing him not to rush to the al­tar,” the source says, “and to get to know Polina bet­ter be­fore tak­ing the plunge.”

SO­CIAL CLIMB­ING Orig­i­nally from St. Peters­burg, the brunette beauty got her start danc­ing in bars at age 17. She came to the U.S. two years ago to jump­start her ca­reer, ac­cord­ing to a tip­ster, and couldn’t be­lieve her luck when the A-lis­ter asked her out. “Johnny’s past his prime, but he has star­dom to of­fer her,” an insider says. “Word is, she wants to break into act­ing and is telling friends that he’s go­ing to set up some meet­ings for her in Hol­ly­wood. It’s a life be­yond her wildest dreams.” Still, pals think that say­ing “I do” will only set Johnny back. “His head is in the clouds. If they marry, it could im­plode around him,” frets a friend. “He could wind up drink­ing again, try­ing to keep up with her, and it could cost him dearly.”

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