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Johnny Depp’s Fan Brought Two Alpacas Outside The Court To ‘Cheer Him Up’


Johnny Depp’s Fan Brought Two Alpacas Outside The Court To ‘Cheer Him Up’

Nothing cheers people up like a pair of adorable alpacas, right?

Fans can do many things for their beloved idols and role models. And recently, one fan decided to bring a pair of alpacas for a walk near the Fairfax court to show her support for the ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ actor.

You heard that right: Dolce and Inti the alpacas hung around the Virginia court, brought by their owner, Andrea Diaz.


Andrea Diaz comes from Lorton and specifically came for this trial. She expressed frustration mildly and called the battle “really messed up” as she held the reins to her pet alpacas. Earlier last year, she began a business during the pandemic to bring alpacas and smiles to children called ‘My Pet Alpaca.’


Who’s to say they might not work the same as Captain Jack Sparrow? Diaz said, “I thought the alpacas might brighten his day.”

Diaz shares her thoughts in a short interview with Law & Crime Network, which has been live-streaming the court.

While Johnny Depp might not be able to see the “emotional support alpacas” as he’s been using the backdoor to enter and leave the premise, she just hopes that the actor might know about them and feel better.

She’s not alone when it comes to waiting to take a sight of the celebrity – locals have been competing for the local parking lot to be allowed entrance into the courtroom.

They’re not the only alpacas, though! Meet also Teddy and Truffle! Standing with them is a sign that reads, “Weโ€™re with you, Johnny.”


If you’re still in confusion, the alpacas were also a reference to when Heard’s lawyer, Ben Rottenborn, asked a question to Depp.

Depp, who vehemently denies any allegations of domestic abuse and sexual assault, was asked about his career decline that happens concurrently with the explosive split-up with Heard.

He asked, “That fact is, Mr. Depp, if Disney came to you with $300million and a million alpacas, nothing on this earth would get you to go back and work with Disney on a Pirates of the Caribbean film? Correct?”

“That is true, Mr. Rottenborn,” he answered.

The trial is moving on to cross-examination with Amber Heard after one day break on Tuesday.

The overwhelming support for the actor was clear from how people reacted to the alpacas for him.

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