Squatters set up home in luxury pad eyed by Johnny Depp
London: Squatters have invaded the 7.5-million pound luxury home that was once sought by Johnny Depp and footballer John Terry. Police were called to Golden Hill after the intruders set up home, a leading daily has reported.
But officers left without making arrests after the group of seven pinned up a “legal warning” stating their right to stay. The 10-bedroom house, which has attracted interest from both Depp, 48, and Chelsea star Terry, 31, is being built near Romsey, Hants. It has 17 bathrooms, a swimming pool and cinema.
“The police came but said there was nothing they could do because it was a civil matter,” one of the squatters, Ian Randall, 38, said.