Johnny Depp leaves his London hotel after three nights performing with Jeff Beck

Johnny Depp has walked out of his London hotel after playing three nights with guitarist Jeff Beck in the UK, as some fans complained they “didn’t come to see” the actor perform.

Depp was photographed leaving the 100 Queen’s Gate Hotel London, where suites cost up to £2,390 a night, on Wednesday as they loaded their bags into a van.

A person was seen handing Depp two pirate hats outside the hotel, prompting the actor to grin.

Depp joined Beck at the Royal Albert Hall in west London on Monday and Tuesday nights after surprising fans with an appearance at Sheffield City Hall on Sunday.

There are rumors that Depp will continue Beck’s UK tour, which includes concerts in Gateshead, Manchester, York and Glasgow, but those reports have yet to be confirmed.

Depp’s appearance is presented as the A jury in Virginia is deliberating for the third day on the actor’s and his ex-wife Heard’s defamation claims.

It comes as Depp was seen leaving a hotel in London on Wednesday morning, and a person was seen handing him what appeared to be a pirate hat.

It comes as Depp was seen leaving a hotel in London on Wednesday morning, and a person was seen handing him what appeared to be a pirate hat.

It comes as Depp was seen leaving a hotel in London on Wednesday morning, and a person was seen handing him what appeared to be a pirate hat.

Depp was photographed leaving the 100 Queen's Gate Hotel London, where suites cost up to £2,390 a night, on Wednesday.  It is unclear if Depp will be staying there during his visit to London.

Depp was photographed leaving the 100 Queen's Gate Hotel London, where suites cost up to £2,390 a night, on Wednesday.  It is unclear if Depp will be staying there during his visit to London.

Depp was photographed leaving the 100 Queen’s Gate Hotel London, where suites cost up to £2,390 a night, on Wednesday. It is unclear if Depp will be staying there during his visit to London.

Fans of Jeff Beck have spoken of their disappointment that he performed alongside Johnny Depp at London's Royal Albert Hall, with some complaining that

Fans of Jeff Beck have spoken of their disappointment that he performed alongside Johnny Depp at London’s Royal Albert Hall, with some complaining that he “took so much” from the guitarist they had paid for.

Meanwhile, some of Beck’s fans have spoken of their disappointment that he acted alongside him. depth at the Royal Albert Hall in Londoncomplaining that he “took so much” from the guitarist that they had paid for.

Some fans were left unhappy that the 58-year-old actor had spent much of the concert performing, with one saying they “didn’t come here to see Depp.”

Music critic Neil McCormick wrote in the Telegraph: ‘[Depp] He may not be the greatest vocalist, but he knows how to deliver a song,” adding that “Depp’s presence added pizzazz and created a space for Beck to shine more.”

Austin Delord, a Beck fan, said: “Too much Johnny Depp, we didn’t come here to see it.” A little publicity stunt, he didn’t add much to the party, but he took a lot away from Beck.

Francesca Cox, 23, said: ‘It was great, unexpected. He preferred what was before.

Others were frustrated that Depp was enjoying performing in the UK while Heard was “hiding from death threats” in the US.

Dr. Charlotte Proudman, a British lawyer, tweeted: ‘[Depp’s] on tour, greeting their fans. [Heard’s] hiding from death threats. She seems to be doing pretty well, don’t you think?

Another Twitter user tweeted: “What a narcissistic act by Depp and what an insensitive move by Beck in reference to the abuse survivors in his audience.”

“It’s really bad to put a guy involved in a domestic abuse trial onstage while the jury is still out and say, ‘Hey! Here’s a guy accused of spousal abuse!”

Some fans were left unhappy that the 58-year-old actor had spent much of the concert performing, with one saying that

Some fans were left unhappy that the 58-year-old actor had spent much of the concert performing, with one saying they “didn’t come here to see Depp.”

Others were frustrated that Depp enjoyed performing in the UK while Heard

Others were frustrated that Depp was enjoying performing in the UK while Heard was “hiding from death threats” in the US.

While there was some criticism of Depp’s performance, many were excited about his surprise appearance.

The actor waved and blew kisses to the crowd as they gave him a standing ovation and cheered his name after the set on Monday night.

One fan, Angela Flannery, 38, from Southend-on-Sea, a town in south-east England, said of Depp’s appearance on stage: “I was quite shocked.” I have always been a great admirer of his.

My other half took me to this concert just to see Jeff Beck, I had no idea Johnny would play.

“It was brilliant, such a fantastic night overall… a special mention to the drummer, she was absolutely amazing (and) Johnny Depp tore it apart.

‘I will die happy (that) I have been in the same room as him now.’

Leading man: Depp (right) at London's Royal Albert Hall, alongside Jeff Beck on Tuesday night.

Leading man: Depp (right) at London’s Royal Albert Hall, alongside Jeff Beck on Tuesday night.

Center stage: Depp performed covers of John Lennon, Marvin Gaye and Jimi Hendrix at the venue on Tuesday night.

Center stage: Depp performed covers of John Lennon, Marvin Gaye and Jimi Hendrix at the venue on Tuesday night.

Make way: Kate Moss was alone as she left London's Royal Albert Hall on Tuesday night, shortly after meeting ex-boyfriend Johnny Depp backstage after his cameo appearance with rock legend Jeff Beck

Support: The supermodel was on hand when Depp performed in front of a sold-out crowd, just days after testifying for the Hollywood star during his libel trial against his ex-wife Amber Heard

Make way: Kate Moss was alone as she left London’s Royal Albert Hall on Tuesday night, shortly after meeting ex-boyfriend Johnny Depp backstage after his cameo appearance with rock legend Jeff Beck

After his Tuesday night performance with Beck, Depp was joined by his ex-girlfriend and British model Kate Moss backstage.

Moss was joined inside by former TV personality Sharon Osborne, 69, who arrived for an after party at the end of the concert.

Depp’s appearance is presented as the A jury in Virginia is deliberating for the third day on the actor’s and his ex-wife Heard’s defamation claims.

The seven-person civilian jury resumed deliberations Wednesday morning after deliberating for about nine hours over two days.

Depp is suing his ex-wife for $50 million, accusing her of slandering him with a 2018 op-ed she wrote describing herself as “a public figure representing domestic abuse.” Heard filed a $100 million countersuit against the “Pirates of the Caribbean” star after his attorney called his allegations a hoax. Each accuses the other of destroying his career.

Testimony during the six-week trial has included lurid details of their brief and volatile marriage. Heard testified that Depp physically or sexually assaulted her more than a dozen times. Depp said that he never hit Heard, that she made up the abuse allegations and that she was the one who physically attacked him multiple times.

Jurors must decide both claims based on whether or not the statements were made with “actual malice,” meaning they knew what they were saying was false or acted with a reckless disregard for the truth.

During closing arguments, both sides told the jury that a verdict in their favor would bring their clients back to life.

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