Johnny Depp Daughter Films Sad Assault Scene?


Rumors of scandal seem to be intensifying following this year’s evil Grammy’s – and they all seem to be centered around all things smut, coincidentally. Today, The Weeknd, Lily-Rose Depp, daughter of Johnny Depp, have responded to “the idol” series and their claims of “torture porn”.

As per the New York Post, The Weeknd’s co-created HBO series “The Idol” is reportedly a darker and more “disturbing” version of “Euphoria,” as that series’ creator, Sam Levinson, has joined the project as director and is allegedly ramping up violence and sex.

In a Rolling Stone story published Wednesday, many of the 13 anonymous sources claiming to be close to the project described the director’s scripts as including disturbing sexual and physically violent scenes between The Weeknd, 33, whose real name is Abel Tesfaye, and Lily-Rose Depp, who is only 23.

“It was like any rape fantasy that any toxic man would have in the show — and then the woman comes back for more because it makes her music better,” one anonymous source told the publication.

The series follows Depp’s character, a pop star named Jocelyn, who meets a nightclub owner, Tedros (The Weeknd), who secretly happens to run a cult similar to NXIVM and Scientology.

In one example, Levinson allegedly proposed a scene in which Jocelyn was reportedly expected to successfully place and carry an egg in her vagina. If she dropped it, Tedros would reportedly refuse to “rape” her, which the character begged him to do for the sake of her career.

“It was like, ‘What is this? What am I reading here?’ ” a source told Rolling Stone. “It was like sexual torture porn.” 

But in a statement to The Post, Depp called Levinson “the best director I have ever worked with” for “so many reasons.”

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