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“I ain’t stealing from Captain Jack” – How Johnny Depp Once Stopped a Brutal Robbery With Sheer Charisma

Fans across the world admire Johnny Depp as Captain Jack Sparrow. This character once helped Johnny stop a brutal robbery with sheer charisma. After the allegations of domestic violence made by ex-wife Amber Heard, Depp has been dropped from the iconic role. Fans have protested and some have started petitions which are signed by 3 million people, to bring back Depp as Sparrow. During the infamous Depp and Heard trial, he made it very clear, that he won’t be returning as Jack Sparrow even if they offered him $300million. 

Johnny Depp in Pirates of the Caribbean
Johnny Depp as Captain Jack Sparrow in Pirates of the Caribbean

How did Captain Jack Help stop a robbery?

Taking back in time when Johnny Depp as Captain Jack Sparrow helped stop a robbery. In 2010. Depp rescued a friend being mugged in Los Angeles. It was said the man approached Depp’s friend Stephen Jones who is a singer, with a broken bottle as a weapon. The thief demanded money until he realized it was Jack Sparrow who has trying to save his friend. The thief said, ”I ain’t stealing from Captain Jack” and immediately dropped his weapon. Depp then offered him money and told him to ”straighten up your life”.

As Pirates of the Caribbean 6 is in its making, it has made fans wonder if Depp will reprise his role or not. There are two screenplays for the 6th part with Margot Robbie and one without her.

Stephen Jones, an old friend of Johnny Depp
Stephen Jones is an old friend of Johnny Depp

Fans are upset as Amber Heard’s allegations have made Depp not return as Jack Sparrow.  The verdict of the case is still to be released so there can be a change in the decision from Depp or the makers of Pirates of the Caribbean, at least that’s what fans are hoping for!

Johnny Depp says he will never be back in Pirates of the Caribbean
Johnny Depp said he will never come back to Pirates of the Caribbean

The infamous trial of Amber Heard and Johnny Depp had its closing arguments on May 27, the verdict is still awaited.

Also Read: Does Disney Owe Johnny Depp an Apology for Pirates 6?

Written by Samreen Kaur