Looks like Johnny Depp could have used a lesson from Kathy Griffin!
The "Pirates of the Caribbean" actor made a joke Thursday night at England's Glastonbury festival about assassinating President Trump.
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In a viral video capturing Depp's introduction speech to his 1994 film "Libertine," he said: "Can we bring Trump here?... I think he needs help... This is going to be in the press and it'll be horrible... but I like that you're all a part of it. When was the last time an actor assassinated a president?"
Depp was referring to actor John Wilkes booth who assassinated President Lincoln in 1865.
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He went on to clarify that he's not an actor and that he lies for a living. A rep for the actor has yet to comment.
Depp has seen his fair share of struggles from his high profile divorce with Amber Heard to his frivolous spending habits that led to a lawsuit against his former business managers, The Mandel Group. Documents from the case allege that Depp spends upwards of $2 million a month to sustain his lavish lifestyle.
On Thursday, new docs claimed that his management also knew about his alleged abuse of Heard during their marriage. Not only that, but they allegedly helped him cover up his "volatile" behavior.
ABC News reports secret service is aware of the Glastonbury incident.
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