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Wednesday 23 July 2014

Johnny Depp 'buys villa for Paradis'

Johnny Depp

Johnny Depp has reportedly splashed out $4.4million on a "beautiful" Hollywood home for Vanessa Paradis.

The couple confirmed they had separated after 14 years together earlier this year, after being dogged by rumours about their failing relationship.

According to the New York Daily News, Johnny has gifted his former partner an impressive Mediterranean-style home off Mulholland Drive through a trust. The sprawling 5,800-square foot abode features five bedrooms, a pool and a hot tub, according to real estate listings site Zillow.com.

"You can be on the Strip [in Los Angeles] or at the studios in ten minutes," Partners Trust agent Christopher Westley - who was not involved in the sale - explained.

"The views of the city are beautiful but it's not in your face."

Johnny and Vanessa have never compromised on their luxury living accommodation. The former couple previously lived in a suburban Parisian home, a 45-acre private island in the Bahamas and an opulent villa in the South of France.

The pair - who never married - have two children together; daughter Lily-Rose, 13, and nine-year-old son Jack.

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