Swathed in a poncho, he sits in front of a desert camp fire, staring moodily into the distance, the flames illuminating his heavily tattooed arms. He is the epitome of manliness… he is ‘Sauvage…wild at heart’. That is the message behind the glossy advertisements for a famous Dior aftershave now appearing in print, on billboards and a TV commercial neatly timed for Christmas — but rather less propitiously, it must be said, given the events that have recently engulfed its star turn. For the moustachioed man with the floppy locks is Johnny Depp and one has to wonder what the iconic French fashion house are thinking by still running the advertisement barely a month after a High Court judge accepted most of Depp’s ex-wife Amber Heard’s claims that he had subjected her to violent assault. Even Hollywood, hardly a bastion of moral propriety, views Depp as ‘radioactive’ after he lost his momentous libel case over claims he was a ‘wife beater’. Within days of the High Court ruling he was dropped by Warner Bros from his role in Fantastic Beasts. Swathed in a poncho, Johnny Depp sits in front of a desert camp fire, staring moodily into the distance, the… Read full this story
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The savage truth about why Dior WON'T drop wife-beater Johnny Depp: Sales of the aftershave he promotes with troubling message 'Sauvage - Wild at Heart' have apparently gone UP since court found he'd hit his ex... to the horror of campaigners have 238 words, post on www.dailymail.co.uk at December 10, 2020. This is cached page on Europe Breaking News. If you want remove this page, please contact us.