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Johnny Depp’s bandmate Alice Cooper says '99 percent' of reports about actor 'was just bull’

FOXNews.com Wednesday, 13 March 2019
Johnny Depp’s bandmate Alice Cooper came to the actor’s defense and said majority of the headlines concerning Depp’s physical appearance and health were “just bull.”
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