A cleaning service company in Western New York has unveiled the leaked conversation between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard.

Say whaaaat?

How did a cleaning company in the 716 get access to such a transcript?” You may ask…which is valid. However, something tells me that this isn’t the legitimate “leaked” conversation between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard.

Take a look at this Facebook post from Royal Solutions in Buffalo.


The conversation between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard, at the end of the trial, has been leaked! The transcript reads:

Heard: Johnny... Hey! Can you turn around and look at me?

Depp: (bows his head)

Heard: Let's talk Johnny... Talk to me.

Depp: (Turns to his lawyer, and his lawyer shakes her head)

Heard: I have something to talk to you about.

Depp (with his head still down): I have nothing to talk to you about.

Heard: Please, look at me!

Depp: Goodbye Amber.

Heard: Tell me something Johnny, do you still love me?

Depp: (Keeps quiet)

Heard: Do you still love me Johnny?

Depp (lifts his head, looks her straight in the eyes and says): Amber, this might be the last time we ever speak, so please listen to me very carefully. If you ever need help with house and roof washing, concrete cleaning and gutter cleaning, please call Royal Solutions Pressure Washing @ 716-383-7461. They’re the best in the biz, friendly, honest, and down to earth. And NO I don’t love you.

Now, did Johnny Depp actually tell his ex-wife to call Royal Solutions Pressure Washing in Buffalo? Odds are, probably not…actually, definitely not. 

But it is hilarious that they jumped on the Johnny-Amber hype as a satirical tool to promote their business. 

Amber Heard joined Savannah Guthrie from the Today Show to continue her defense, nearly two weeks after the jury ruled in favor of Johnny Depp in the defamation case. You can see that exclusive interview here.

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