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Johnny’s Mother Betty Sue Palmer dies at 81

Posted in Johnny Depp, movies, music by Anna Maria Polidori on May 26, 2016

After a long illness Ms Palmer dies last Friday, May 20th


Very loved and respected by her son Johnny Depp, Betty Sue Palmer, after a long illness started in 2012 dies, May 20th.

In 2012 she was brought at the ICU of Cedars-Sinai Medical Center of Los Angeles for a stroke. A big Calvary started for Johnny Depp’s mother.

Although various difficulties experienced because of this illness Ms. Palmer  did all her best for accomplishing her beloved son Johnny Depp and Johnny Depp tried to stay close to her as much as possible.

In 2013 with at that time his girlfriend Amber Heard the two spent the last of the year to a restaurant of Los Angeles for celebrating the arrival of the New Year  with Johnny’s mom.
Someone at Ago Restaurant said: “It was obvious Johnny was at dinner with his two favorite ladies and he seemed very, very happy.”

Johnny married Amber Heard two times and the first one in a private ceremony in his Los Angeles’ house because his mom couldn’t attend the wedding ceremony at the Bahamas. Johnny has always had special attentions for his mom.

Johnny has always brought her mom at special events Betty Sue Palmer and Johnny Depp and he was  very proud of her.

Ms Palmer lived a life of sacrifices in fact when little and Johnny told this numerous times.

He reported to People: “My mother was raised in a shack, in the wilds of Appalachia, where the toilet was an outhouse.”

Ms Palmer loved to be the granny of Johnny and Vanessa’s children Lily-Rose and Jack.

“They’re told 75 times a day that they’re loved. One thing I know is they feel loved and secure and happy and needed and necessary and a part of something” Johnny said.

The love of a mom is never-ending and so once Johnny tattooed his mom’s name on his left arm and bought for her in 1995 for $1 million a 43-acre Kentucky farm.

Johnny is a Kentuckian, a so-called “hillbilly” and once during Black Mass press conference at the Toronto Film Festival he remarked what he had to do  in case he would have met some bullies when he was a kid.

“Mom said me this: next time anybody puts their hands on you, pick up a brick and lay them out.”

To Johnny and his family many condolences.


Anna Maria Polidori


Sources: People, ET



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