Since the end of his lawsuit for defamation against Amber Heard, Johnny Depp has many projects. The 59-year-old actor who also got into music alongside his friend, guitarist Jeff Beck seems to have regained a taste for life. He also shares more content on social networks, and even created a TikTok account recently.
Faced with the increase in his popularity after the end of the trial, the actor of Pirates of the Caribbean has also seen his number of subscribers increase. Sunday June 19, 2022, however, he wanted to inform his fans about a recent problem of identity theft. “I have been informed that there are fake accounts pretending to be me or people working with me. I do not have any private accounts or additional accounts on any platform. These are the only pages managed by me -self and by my team on which we share information and on which we communicate” he wrote in his Instagram story.
Johnny Depp warns followers against fake accounts
Quite often, fake personality accounts take advantage of the notoriety of artists to scam their fans. Faced with this problem, Johnny Depp wanted to warn his subscribers. “I ask that you remain vigilant as it appears these accounts are proliferating. My team is currently working to resolve the issue. Thank you for your continued support and alerting me to this issue. Love and respect. JD” a- he concluded.
This little clarification from the father of Lily-Rose and Jack Depp could help prevent fans from falling into the trap. As he recalled, the interpreter of Captain Jack Sparrow only has Instagram, Facebook, TikTok and Discord, with certified accounts.
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