Courtney Love deletes video praising Johnny Depp for saving her from a 1995 overdose and suggesting Amber Heard was using a 'movement' for 'personal gain'

Courtney Love posted and deleted a video about her personal history with Johnny Depp. Mike Marsland/WireImage; JIM LO SCALZO/POOL/POOL/AFP via Getty Images
Courtney Love shared and deleted a post about her personal history with Johnny Depp.
In the since-deleted post, she said he saved her from an overdose in 1995, People reported.
Love posted an apparent follow-up on Saturday, saying she wanted to "show neutral support".
Courtney Love released and deleted a video of Johnny Depp saving her from an overdose in 1995, in which she also appeared to imply that Depp's ex-wife, Amber Heard, was making a "movement" for her "own personal gain" amid the former couple's ongoing slander ' used study, People reported.
The actress and Hole frontwoman made what appeared to be a follow-up post on Instagram on Saturday. While she didn't name Depp or Heard in the new post, she expressed regret at "expressing thoughts online."
"I want to show neutral support for a friend," Love wrote in the post, which was accompanied by a video of her walking her dog. "I don't want to bully. I've been bullied enough. I didn't want to express my own bias/internal misogyny."
"I want nothing to do with contributing more online bullying to someone who is being bullied like no one has ever been online. Never," she continued, seemingly referring to Heard, who has been heavily criticized online.
Depp and Heard are currently embroiled in an ongoing lawsuit that came after Depp filed a $50 million defamation lawsuit against Heard in 2019, saying a comment she wrote about domestic violence "devastated his career ' although he didn't name it, Insider previously reported. He also said Heard abused him.
In response, Heard accused Depp of abusing her throughout their relationship. She filed a $100 million counterclaim in August 2020, and the trial began in Virginia in April.
Love shared her history with Depp in a since-deleted post
In her since-deleted post, Love said that Depp gave her CPR in 1995 when she "overdosed outside of the Viper room," according to People.
Love also said that Depp wrote her daughter, Frances Bean Cobain, a letter for her 13th birthday, during a time when Love was "on crack" and her daughter was "going through it with all these social workers," People reported. Love reportedly said that Depp "sent limousines" to her daughter's school to transport her and her friends to the Pirates of the Caribbean movies.
She also commented on Heard's involvement in the lawsuit, implying that Heard was interfering with the #MeToo movement for her own gain.
"I was the most hated woman in America, and I have a lot of empathy for how that must feel for Amber," she said in the since-deleted video, according to The Cut. "But if you're using a movement for personal gain and inhabiting queer, feminist, intersectional spaces and abusing that moment, then I hope justice is served — whatever it is."
In Saturday's follow-up post, Love said she "certainly [doesn't] always do the right thing" and said she was "wrong."
"The only major takeaway from what has been posted is that I expressed that we should all stop 'having fun with shadow women,'" she wrote.
"If I hurt anyone, please accept my redemption," Love said.
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