Piers Morgan is seriously calling Johnny Depp and Amber Heard 'dreadful narcissists' 2 months ago

Piers Morgan is seriously calling Johnny Depp and Amber Heard 'dreadful narcissists'

Piers doesn't care so much he wrote 800 words on the topic

Piers Morgan has offered his two cents on the current defamation hearing between ex-partners Johnny Depp and Amber Heard.

Advertisement

Following his libel defeat at the hands of The Sun last year, Johnny Depp, 58, is now suing Amber Heard, 36, for defamation over an opinion piece she wrote for the Washington Post. While the article did not name Depp directly, the insinuation was allegedly there within the article.

However former Good Morning Britain host Morgan, 57, has a few choice words for the feuding former couple.

In his column for the New York Post, Morgan wrote the number of "f*cks" he gives "could be written on the back of Mycoplasma genitalium, the planet’s smallest living organism and, appropriately, a parasitic bacterium that lives in our waste disposal organs."

Advertisement

While most people wouldn't write an entire article on something they claim not to care about, Morgan branded the trial a "repellent orgy of relentlessly revolting mudslinging." He also dubbed them "mutually dreadful", and they "should be avoided by future romantic suitors like a gazelle avoids a pride of ravenous lions."

Branding them "supreme narcissists", he continued: "The Mayo Clinic identifies narcissistic personality disorder as a mental condition in which people “have an inflated sense of their own importance, a deep need for excessive attention and admiration, troubled relationships, and a lack of empathy for others.

Advertisement

"Is there any better or more accurate way to describe Johnny Depp and Amber Heard?" he questioned.

Morgan has consequently been blasted on social media, where one person wrote: "Piers Morgan speaks out against Narcissism? Seriously?"

Advertisement

"Oh Piers Morgan did Johnny Depp turn you down for a movie like Meghan Markle turned you down for a date. Sod Off," another wrote.

"Weird considering someone could write that exact same thing to Piers," a third commented.

Related links: