Johnny Depp warns about the proliferation of false accounts with his name and image


Johnny Depp.

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Since you opened your account in TikTok -with which he has achieved some 15 million followers in just two weeks and as a result of his legal victory against his ex-wife Amber Heard-, the actor Johnny Depp It has become a phenomenon of social networks and is now beginning to pay the consequences of such a dynamic.

So much so that the Hollywood star has now turned to his Instagram account to alert his fans -and Internet users in general- of the proliferation of false accounts that use their name and image, or those that claim to belong to their closest collaborators, in order to capitalize on their success and high media profile.

To leave no room for doubt, Johnny published a list with the names of all his official accounts: “I have been told that there are fake accounts pretending to be me or people who work with me. I don’t have any parallel or private profiles on any of those platforms. These are the only accounts that I or my team manage to provide updates and communicate with you.”

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