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Johnny Depp Says Alcohol Helps Him Cope

Johnny Depp says that he doesn't have a "physical need" for alcohol, but in an interview with Rolling Stone magazine he also admitted,

[Alcohol is] more my medication, my self-medication over the years just to calm the circus. Once the circus kicks in, ...

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