Johnny Depp discussed smoking weed with daughter Lily-Rose, 13, and said he was ‘being a responsible parent’


DEPP admitted he had discussed smoking drugs with his daughter Lily-Rose when she was 13.

He said he found marijuana useful to combat ­anxiety and assist sleep.

Barrister Sasha Wass QC responded: “Is that why you encouraged your daughter to use weed?”

Depp insisted: “I never encouraged my daughter to use marijuana.”

Ms Wass then read out emails between Depp and Lily-Rose, then 13, in which Mr Depp said he was “checking in to check on your experience last night”.

His daughter wrote back “love it”.

Depp replied: “Good girl. I’m happy for you, my angel.”

Lily-Rose said: “I love weed” and he told her: “Don’t be loving it too much just yet.”

Depp wrote he was “so proud of you for being so responsible”.

He told the court: “You don’t want your 13-year-old going into some paranoid tailspin.

“I knew that the marijuana I had myself, that I smoke myself, is trustworthy, is a good quality.

“I was determined not to have her try any drugs out there in the world because it’s too dangerous. I was being a responsible parent.”

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