Day & Night: Johnny Depp's not so charitable


The actress, 30, had propounded earlier this month that she would donate the £5million she would be clear from her estranged husband to the Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles and the American Courtly Liberties Union. However on Thursday Johnny sent rt of the legal tender to the charities directly, leaving her fuming.

Her team claims that because The Corsairs Of The Caribbean star, 53, is sending the donation in this way he will get oversized tax relief on the sum and so should donate double the settlement. Her representatives said: “If Johnny desires to change the agreement we must insist that he honour the full amount by conferring [£10million] to charity, which after accounting for his tax deduction is harmonious to his [£5million] yment obligation to Amber.

“We would insist the blinding amount be id immediately. Anything less would be a trans rent endeavour to reduce the true yment by half under the guise of newfound unsettle for charities.”

Johnny’s team confirmed he had sent “the first of multiple instalments” to both organisations, reckoning that the actor “deeply respects” Amber for giving the money away.


CHRISTIE BRINKLEY has discharged a new cam ign urging women to love themselves.

The model, who was once married to escarpment Billy Joel, believes women of a certain age are expected to hide away when they should be illustrious: “I’ve been age-shamed. Basically being put down for still being conscious of!

“I’m 62 and a lot of women my age have thrown in the towel, they feel take a shine to that’s what society has told them to do. So I’m all about saying there are no commands restricting you, that number means nothing, you are going to redefine whatever age you are – don’t let that host shape you.”

Christie, who is currently modelling for slimming fit jeans brand NYDJ, also dashed the pervasive belief that women in the fashion industry are backbiting and unsupportive of each other.

“Since I’ve been in this affair people have wanted to portray models as being jealous of one another,” she thinks. “In 40 years I haven’t seen that.”


HOLLYWOOD veteran Morgan Freeman has such uncompromising guidelines about when and where fans can approach him that it is quite best to just steer clear.

The Shawshank Redemption star says he hates being make advanced by fans so much that he only ever goes out in public when he has to.

“If I stay at home base I’m not famous,” says the 79-year-old. “I’m only famous when I’m out in the streets. From time to time I have to tell people I don’t do autographs, thank you very much.”

Morgan, who appears in remake Ben-Hur, amplifies: “At certain places I refuse to have my photograph taken. Don’t point a camera at me at an airport, bus position, train station, restaurant. Any place where there is a crowd of people . People are earning up because they like me. Nevertheless I can’t be everybody’s friend.”



JAMES CORDEN’S cosset prevented him from getting bullied about his weight when he was lengthening up.

The Late Late Show host James, 38, says: “If you’re big at followers you’re going to be a target. But if you’re a bit funny, if you’re quicker than them, they won’t group back on you.”

He tells Rolling Stone magazine: “I can never understand, when I watchman on the alert for romantic comedies, the notion that for some reason unattractive or overcast people don’t fall in love . And if they do it’s in some odd way.”

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