Winona Ryder Reveals She Wasn't Taking Care of Herself After Breaking Up With Johnny Depp

Winona Ryder Reveals secrets
Winona Ryder Reveals secrets

Winona Ryder mentioned that she never talked about her feelings after ending her romance with the Pirates of the Caribbean actor. Winona Ryder was arrested in 2001 in Beverly Hills for shoplifting. According to her testimony, Ryder described the event as a turning point in her life.

Winona Ryder said she had a hard time after breaking up with Johnny Depp . In new revelations about her, the Stranger Things actress said she was in "pain" forgetting Depp in 1993.

During the '90s, Johnny Depp and Winona Ryder dated for four engaged years and broke up without getting married.

The actress spoke about the situation for the first time

"I remember Michelle (Pfieffer ) saying, 'This is going to happen.' But I couldn't hear it," Ryder said in a steamy interview.

Winona Ryder mentioned that she never talked about her feelings after ending her romance with the Pirates of the Caribbean actor.

Winona Ryder had to consult a Therapist

"I've never talked about it. There's a part of me that's very private. I have a place in my heart for those days. But for someone younger who grew up on social media, it's hard to describe." Ryder said.

Winona Ryder alluded to The House of the Spirits , a movie she was a part of, to compare how she treated herself.

"I was looking at these fake bruises and cuts on my face [from the shoot], and I had a hard time seeing myself as this little girl," Ryder said during the interview.

"Would you be treating this girl like you were treating yourself?" "I remember looking at myself and saying, 'This is what I'm doing to myself on the inside.' Because she just wasn't looking out for me."

Wynona Ryder's problems

Winona Ryder was arrested in 2001 in Beverly Hills for shoplifting. According to her testimony, Ryder described the event as a turning point in her life.

"I remember coming back to Los Angeles and it was a tough time. And I didn't know if that part of my life was over," Ryder said .

"It wasn't like the crime of the century, but it gave me the time that I really needed, where I went back to San Francisco and went back to doing things that I just had other interests in, frankly."

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