Former Joe Rogan Experience podcast guest Ethan Suplee recently weighed in on the ongoing Johnny Depp-Amber Heard saga. The Hollywood actor claimed his entire family has teamed up in favor of Depp, his ‘Blow’ co-star.
Suplee said in a recent interview with The Schmo:
“I have four daughters and we are unanimously team Depp in my house.”
Watch Ethan Suplee’s interview with The Schmo below:
Johnny Depp sued his ex-wife in a $50 million defamation lawsuit over an op-ed she wrote in The Washington Post in 2018. Heard had spoken about surviving domestic violence without mentioning Depp. The ‘Justice League’ star has now counter-sued Depp for $100 million.
The ongoing public trial has entertained viewers without fail due to the sheer bizarreness of its nature. In a remarkable sequence, Depp accused Heard of leaving feces on his bed as a “prank” as the end of their relationship neared.
While Heard has denied the charges, Depp supporter Suplee believes even babies know better than to leave feces on the bed. The “American History X” star further told The Schmo:
“It’s forbidden. Even with babies, it’s forbidden. They know better. You don’t sit on the bed.”
When Ethan Suplee discussed his body image issues with Joe Rogan
Ethan Suplee has grossly lost and gained 1000 pounds in his lifetime. The MMA enthusiast reportedly weighed 200 pounds at the age of 10 when his parents put him on a diet.
Since then, Suplee has gone from one diet to another without ever seeing the desired results. However, the ‘Remember the Titans’ star has transformed her body incredibly in the recent past after switching to strength training and healthy eating.
Either way, Suplee hasn’t had a break from her long-term body image issues yet. Revealing intimate details about his state of mind, the actor told Joe Rogan the famous JRE Podcast:
“It’s incredibly satisfying, but look. The reality is that I have a mental illness and I don’t look at myself and say, ‘God, I look good. I only see negative things every day and I try to convince myself of that.”
To improve his state of mind, Suplee focuses on particular parts of his body that enhance his achievements the most. The 45-year-old further told the UFC color commentator:
“In general, these are my traps. I can watch my traps because [they’re] lean – there’s not a bunch of loose skin hanging there. They are not all healed by surgeries. I look at my traps and I’m like, “Okay, that looks good.” And based on that, I can start to feel good about myself.”
Watch Suplee’s interview with Rogan below: