Johnny Depp accused of plagiarism, this new controversial case

Johnny Depp accused of plagiarism, this new controversial case

The actor Johnny Depp seems subscribed to the controversies. After his ultra-media trial opposing him to Amber Heard and the consequences that ensued, the American star faces a heavy accusation of plagiarism. Explanations.

Will Johnny Depp face justice again? A few weeks after leaving his ultra-media trial opposing him to his ex-girlfriend Amber Heard, the American actor faces new setbacks. While on June 1, Johnny Depp was sentenced to a fine of two million dollars damages to the actress, who, she, had seen justice claim ten million from her for defamation. The two parties will meet again in court after calling.

And as if that weren’t enough, Johnny Depp once again finds himself in the spotlight for… an accusation of plagiarism. It is the title “Sad Motherfuckin’ Parad”, interpreted by his duet with Jeff Beck during the album “18” which is put in cause. According to the complaint filed, this piece would have a lot of similarities with that of Slim Wilson“Hobo Ben”, released in the mid-1960s. Rolling Stone magazine released the information this Friday, August 5.

Johnny Depp will have to manage two trials simultaneously

Completely outraged by this accusation, Johnny Depp’s entourage was quick to react. One of its spokespersons said “consider the request for information relating to the song in question”. Before adding: “If applicable, additional copyright credits will be added”. You will have understood it: Johnny Depp would do well without this new legal episode which once again tarnishes the image of the star of the Pirates of the Caribbean saga. Case to follow with attention, so…


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