Depp denies Paradis split

Depp denies Paradis split

Johnny Depp has denied splitting from long-time girlfriend Vanessa Paradis.

The 48-year-old 'Dark Shadows' actor responded to recent reports that the couple of 14 years had split.

Apparently the pair have been living separate lives for months, but he shot down rumours they had parted ways on the red carpet for the premiere of his new film in London.

He told The Sun: "The rumours are not true. They are absolutely not true."

A source said about the Oscar winner and his model girlfriend: "People around him are worried about how Johnny is doing because he and Vanessa seem so fractured right now. Their relationship is heading toward the end."

Johnny continued: "No matter what I say about this, people believe the opposite. I can't say enough about it not being over."

The two have a home in France together but have not been seen together in months.

The 39-year-old mother of Johnny's two children Lily-Rose Melody and John Christopher recently walked the red carpet of her premiere for 'Café de Flore' in Paris alone.

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