Johnny Depp is suing for funds mismanagement but his ex-managers, saying that his $2 million-a-month lifestyle is to blame. This extravagance seems to be ruining not only fiances but health. The once "sexiest man alive" is showing near obesity weight gain. What happened to all his talk of fitness and weight loss? Where has Jack Sparrow gone and who is this obese actor who appears in "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them"?

Johnny Depp shocking weight gain

You didn't recognize Depp as the dark wizard Gellert Grindelwald in "Fantastic Beasts"? Neither did most viewers, and not just because of his blonde jarhead haircut and pasty skin.

At early showings, the audience speculated over who played the pale under-lord Grindelwald. Actually, that pasty face isn't all makeup. Recent photos show Johnny Depp looking blotched, obese and puffy. And in the Harry Potter movie he didn't have to wear a fat suit, either. The Mad Hatter actor seems to have put on some 80-100 pounds.

Johnny Depp and the wrath of Gilbert Grape

How did the Gilbert Grape star fall to obesity from "sexiest man alive"? Could it be too much fruit on the vine and not enough green tea? Depp's excess spending includes $30,000 a month for wine. An annual wine bill of $30K would be steep. Surely he doesn't drink all that himself, but he does love his deadly zins. In a recent Graham Norton interview, the POTC star was clutching his wine glass like a lifeline, staggering and slurring drunkenly.

Depp bragged big weight loss a few years ago (before he even needed it) using the weight loss supplement green tea. Maybe it's time to put down the stemware and hoist that tea infuser again?

Obesity, lifestyle diseases stalk Johnny Depp

Bankruptcy, weight gain and alcoholism aren't the only worries on the "Sweeney Todd" actor's horizon if he keeps up this lifestyle.

Type 2 diabetes lurks in every obese body. It's not a question of if, but when one contracts the disease, say gastric bypass surgeons on "My 600-lb Life" and "The Doctors." If the celebrity doesn't already have hypertension, high cholesterol, heart failure, sleep apnea, cirrhosis of the liver, hepatitis, and COPD (to name a few), those are waiting in the wings, too.