Howard Stern BLASTS Johnny Depp for ‘overacting’ during his defamation trial

During Johnny Depp’s public defamation trial against ex-wife Amber Heard, Howard Stern slammed him for ‘overacting.’ Stern, 68, discussed the case on Monday’s broadcast of his syndicated Sirius XM radio show, when he called Depp, 58, a “narcissist.”

The talk show host went on to say that he expected the case to be aired since he believes he can talk his way out of anything. Stern started, and his co-host Robin Quivers concurred that Depp wanted it aired because that’s what narcissists do. They believe they can talk their way out of anything. He went on to say that Donald Trump is “the worst narcissist he has ever met in his whole life,” and that Depp is “a major narcissist.”

Robin thought Depp reasoned he’ll put this on TV, and since he is so influential and brilliant and a nice man. He could act his way through anything.

Stern explained that he is going to show all some videos from the Johnny Depp trial. If he’s not acting — he’s overacting since he’s writing his own material as he comes. Stern has something to tell. He feels Depp is incorrect. He shouldn’t be putting this on TV in any way.

Robin continued he thinks this won’t help Depp because he’s trying to rescue his career. Stern explained that’s what narcissists do. At the trial, Depp feels he is going to charm the hell out of America. As per Stern Depp will not. This is not going to end nicely. It isn’t going well for him, and it isn’t going well for her either. Nobody is having a good time. He sounds like two squabbling kids.

He then ridiculed them, making them seem like two whiny toddlers as they hurled allegations at each other, adding, ‘It’s just coming off extremely terribly.’

Stern stated that last week, Johnny Depp testified in court for two days. Two days have passed. Consider how much room he has to humiliate himself. First and foremost, his difficulties in speaking English is wonderful and then there’s the accent. Stern elaborated that isn’t he from the Midwest’s South? Johnny Depp was born in the state of Kentucky. Does it sound like a Kentucky guy?

The former couple, who were hitched from 2015 to 2017, started their legal journey in 2019 when Depp sued Heard over a 2019 Washington Post op-ed. Heard responded to the $50 million lawsuit with a $100 million counterclaim. The trial started earlier this month in Fairfax, Virginia, after Depp’s defeat in a libel lawsuit against The Sun.

Share this with your friends by clicking below!

‘Exhausted’ surgeon dad complains about helping his partner with their newborn

Father ‘stabs burglar to death in brutal and ruthless killing’