With America glued to the defamation trial, everybody (practically) has an opinion about Amber Heard and her mental state. Seriously, they are coming from everywhere, even wrestlers and their growing podcasts.
Rene DuPree, once a member of WWE’s roster many moons ago, was asked about the situation on his cast Cafe De Rene during a fan Q&A session and he had an interesting commentary on Heard and where her mind is at.
Starting with her defecation in Johnny Depp’s bed, he questioned her mentality and DuPree remarked it reminded him of his dog. “I had a little poodle and when he gets mad at me, like I won’t give him a treat or something, you know what he does? He’ll poop on my side of the bed,” he said.
Or, he recalled, the dog would “sh-t in my shoes” when it gets mad. Heard has that mentality – “the mentality of a dog, like a spoiled little brat,” DuPree surmised.
He then wondered about an alleged threesome Heard had with Elon Musk and Suicide Squad’s Cara Delevigne while she was still married to Depp, which DuPree’s co-host, James, addressed as a rumor.
In the latter’s view, Heard is a psychopath who lied about abuse accusations. Those were not backed up by any of Depp’s exes, from Winona Ryder to Kate Moss, on the witness stand or in interviews.
James brought up another rumor, one about Heard’s child. The father is a secret but the speculation is it is Elon Musk and the child was conceived during a time when Musk and Heard were intimate or through a sperm bank.
As the rumor goes, Musk didn’t want the child but, if his offspring, “then this child is made for life,” observed the co-host, James.
DuPree agreed, “That’s a [expletive] psycho right there.” He went further, saying it’s all about the money in the case of the child and the paternity.
James elaborated on that point with the information Heard held onto the $7 million from her divorce settlement after promising to donate half to the ACLU and the other half to a children’s hospital. 13 months later, she failed to pony up the dough.
With a shake of his head and a sigh, Dupree finishes up his thoughts. “The Devil wears Prada,” he said.
James closed by stating Heard has made it harder for real victims to step forward and used #MeToo to her benefit, although Depp’s victory is one for men who have a much higher burden of proof in abuse cases, especially in divorce court.
Rene DuPree was a rising star in WWE’s Ruthless Aggression Era of the 2000s, holding multiple tag team titles and having feuds with the likes of John Cena by the time he was 20 years old.
But, fearing the WWE schedule and lifestyle would lead him down the road of substance abuse, he left the company before realizing his full potential.
These days, outside his podcast, DuPree wrestles for Japanese promotion NOAH and confesses he hardly ever watches WWE or AEW.