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Actress Lola Glaudini claims Johnny Depp 'railed at' her on the set of “Blow”:“ ”'Who the f--- do you think you are?'

"The only thing going through my head was, ‘Don’t cry, don’t cry, don’t cry.’"

Actress Lola Glaudini has accused Johnny Depp of verbally abusing her on the set of the 2001 film Blow, something reps for the actor deny.

An interview with Glaudini on the Powerful Truth Angels podcast from earlier this year has resurfaced in which she describes the altercation with Depp, where she claims he berated her for laughing during one of his takes.

Glaudini was a background player and she said she was instructed by director Ted Demme to "burst out laughing" when Depp delivered a particular line.

<p>Vivien Killilea/Getty; Mike Marsland/WireImage</p> Lola Glaudini, Johnny Depp

Vivien Killilea/Getty; Mike Marsland/WireImage

Lola Glaudini, Johnny Depp

When she heard her cue, Glaudini proceeded to laugh, as she she had done in previous takes, but this particular time set off the Pirates of the Caribbean star. After the director yelled cut, Glaudini claimed Depp walked over to her, stuck a finger in her face, and said: "Who the f--- do you think you are? Who the f--- do you think you are? Shut the f--- up. I’m out here, and I’m trying to f---ing say my lines and you’re f---ing pulling focus. You f---ing idiot. Oh, now, oh now it’s not so funny? Now you can shut up? Now you can f---ing shut the f--- up? The quiet that you are right now, that’s how you f---ing stay.’”

“First day, on the set, I’ve never met him,” she added. “This was my first studio movie, I’ve just done indies until then. And I have the star who I have idolized, who I am so excited to work with, reamed me in my face. The only thing going through my head was, ‘Don’t cry, don’t cry, don’t cry.’”

When contacted for comment, reps for Depp told EW, “Johnny always prioritizes good working relationships with cast and crew and this recounting differs greatly from the recollection of other members on set at the time.”

They also pointed to the recollection of a crew member on Blow, Sam Sarkar, as quoted in a piece by Variety.

“I worked on that movie in the sound department," Sarkar said. "As a sound person, you’re constantly listening to what is going on on set, listening for noises, listening for chatter. In fact, specifically, I would listen to Johnny’s audio to check for interference, both during rehearsals and during the take. I never heard anything like that — and that would have been a remarkable event.”

Glaudini went on to say that Depp issued "a non-apology apology," but on advice from her father, she acted as if nothing happened. When the film wrapped, however, she alleges she was treated "like a pariah. No one wanted to talk to me, because I am the bitch who he railed at.”

Reps for Glaudini did not immediately respond to request for EW's comment.

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