Johnny Depp's Daughter Lily Rose Escaped The Paris Terror Attacks

'I've never seen more panic in my life than on the streets on my way home.'

Johnny Depp’s daughter Lily-Rose Depp escaped the terror attacks in Paris on November 13 after leaving a house party early in the French capital.

The 16-year-old daughter of the Hollywood actor and French singer/actress Vanessa Paradis was in Paris when a number of bloody shootings erupted across the city.

She later posted a selfie on Instagram and declared in a caption that she was "home safe" after leaving a friend's party before the attacks took place. Her friends, however, had locked themselves indoors.

"This was right before I left the house tonight to go to a party where all my friends are still locked inside waiting for this to be over," she wrote.

"I'm so lucky to have left when I did and to be home safe but I've never seen more panic in my life than on the streets on my way home. This kind of cruelty is heartbreaking. Sending love and prayers to everyone anywhere near this danger. Stay inside#prayforparis (sic)."

Lily-Rose then posted another photo after a number of followers criticized her for sharing a selfie along with her post about the horrific events in Paris.

Alongside a photo of the Eiffel Tower, she wrote, "People were complaining that my last photo discussing the Paris attacks was a selfie. If what you're worried about is what photo I post to talk about the Paris attacks and not the attacks themselves then you are very small minded. That was the last photo I took before the attacks happened.

"It is a terrifying and emotional night for everyone here in Paris, please only express good vibes and love. That is what we need right now."

More than 120 people were killed when terrorists targeted a number of locations across the French capital, opening fire in restaurants and bars, and detonating bombs outside the Stade de France, where an international soccer match between France and Germany was taking place.

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Gunmen also took more than 100 concert-goers hostage at an Eagles of Death Metal gig at the Bataclan in Paris. Officials have since confirmed more than 100 died in the siege, but reports suggest the band members escaped unharmed. 

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