While the fan admitted to the outlet that Depp may not actually see the animals, who are adorably named Dolce and Inti, because he enters and exits the courthouse through a gated black entrance every day, she said it was worth a shot anyway.
Emotional support alpacas are actually a big part of Diaz's life.
According to The Washington Post, Diaz started a business during the pandemic that brings alpacas to kids in an effort to raise their spirits. Naturally, she was hoping she could do the same for the Pirates of the Caribbean actor.
"I'm obsessed with the truth so today is my first opportunity that I've been able to speak about this case in full for the first time," the actor said, visibly nervous. "I felt a responsibility of clearing the record."
"I felt it my responsibility to stand up not only for myself in that instance but stand up for my children," he added, citing that they were of high school age at the time of the allegations.
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