Johnny Depp Struggles To Walk In Sad Photo


Popular Hollywood star Johnny Depp was recently spotted walking with the help of a crutch as he stepped out of his hotel in Glasgow, Scotland, on Friday evening. The Edward Scissorhands actor, 60, donned a typically quirky look with a grey shirt, a khaki jacket and denim.

He sported a beige beret hat and hid behind a pair of aviator black shades as he made his way out of One Devonshire Gardens hotel.

The star also donned his trademark slew of jewelleries, including plenty of metallic necklaces, rings and bracelets. The Sleepy Hollow sensation appeared to be in need of some aid to walk as he relied on a crutch, after suffering from a painful ankle injury earlier in May.

Johnny was in Glasgow as he took to the stage of OVO Hydro with his band Hollywood Vampires earlier on Wednesday.

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It was noted earlier in May that the star postponed the American leg of his band’s upcoming tour due to a painful, lower-body injury. After tweaking his ankle while promoting his film, Jeanne Du Barry, at the Cannes Film Festival, earlier this month, a source revealed to TMZ that the actor ‘stressed it further while trying to power through’ at tribute show for his late friend Jeff Beck.

An insider divulged to the publication that the father-of-two’s ‘ankle is fractured and his medical team has instructed him not to fly for the foreseeable future.’

Johnny and his bandmates, Alice Cooper and Joe Perry, confirmed the news shortly after, announcing that they would have to reschedule their first three U.S tour dates on their Instagram account.

‘We are sad to share that the Hollywood Vampires will be rescheduling our three US tour dates this coming week,’ the band revealed in their post.

They continued: ‘Johnny has sustained a painful injury to his ankle following his recent appearances and has been advised by his doctor not to travel.’

The Dark Shadows actor is currently on tour with his band, formed of Alice Cooper’s Vince Furnier and Tommy Henriksen, and Aerosmith’s Joe Perry.