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Amber Heard and Johnny Depp on the High Court for the sixth day of the defamation process


Johnny Depp said Amber Heard was "as full as a Christmas goose" and blew up her "constant insults" after claiming that his wife smashed his hand with a vodka bottle and "cut my finger off". heard a dish today.

The Pirates of the Caribbean stars sent his doctor a series of texts in which he struck Heard after his finger was severed in Australia in March 2015, and accused her of marrying him for being "so desperate for success and." Fame ”.

He told Dr. David Kipper that Heard had said he was a "sad old man" and "was" and blew her up "terribly and deliberately hurtful tirades and her damn shocking treatment of the man she should love".

The actor's defamation process was also heard today by the property manager at his home in the Bahamas, who said Heard had told Depp in a row in December 2015 that his "career was over," he would die a lonely man, and "fat" him call.

On another day of bombing evidence outside the Royal Courts of Justice in London, further claims were made today:

  • Depp claimed that Heard stuck a cigarette in Australia's face a month after she married in 2015.
  • The actor was "in emotional distress and panic" after his finger was cut off, according to his bodyguard.
  • Heard took off her wedding ring and tossed it in another row with Depp in 2015, but it was found later.
  • Heard's stylist said she hadn't suffered any visible injuries the day after the actress claimed Depp was violent towards her.
  • Depp's chief of security Jerry Judge previously warned that the actor was "not good" and "we have to help him".

In the texts to Dr. Kipper wrote Depp: "I just can't live like this … It's as full as a Christmas goose. I'm done. NO MORE…!!! The constant insults, the humiliating, degrading, heartbreaking spit that is only freed from a malicious, evil and vengeful C ** t !!!!! But, you know what… ??

& # 39; Far more hurtful than their toxic and degrading, endless & # 39; Educational & # 39; chatter … ??? Are her heinous and deliberately hurtful tirades and her damn shocking treatment of the man she should love, above all …

& # 39; Here's the real deal, buddy … your obsession with yourself … ?? Is much more important … She is SO F *** IN & # 39; AMBITIOUS !!! She is so desperate for success and fame … I guess that's why I was acquired, buddy … !! Even though she hammered me with what a sad old man, I was …

& # 39; Cowan (Dr. Connell Cowan, another doctor) did me the cruellest favor … I'm so sad … I cut my middle finger … What should I do? Except of course going to the hospital … I'm so embarrassed to jump into anything with her … & # 39;

Amber Heard pictured in front of the high court today

Johnny Depp (left) and Amber Heard (right) arrive separately at the Royal Courts of Justice in London this morning

Amber Heard is leaving the Ham Yard Hotel in London today

Amber Heard is leaving the Ham Yard Hotel in London today

Heard is leaving the Ham Yard Hotel in Soho, London this morning before the High Court trial continues

Tara Roberts, Depp's estate manager on his island in the Bahamas, was also asked to testify against The Sun newspaper in the event of a defamation.

Sasha Wass QC suggested for the Sun owner's News Group Newspapers that Ms. Roberts was "totally dependent on Mr. Depp for a living," to which she replied, "No … I have other sources of income."

& # 39; I'm done. No more! & # 39 ;: Texts by Johnny Depp to a private doctor

Texts that Johnny Depp sent to his private doctor Dr. David Kipper sent after claiming Amber Heard cut off part of his finger in Australia in March 2015:

& # 39;F *** ed, man … Had another … I just can't live like this … It's as full as a Christmas goose. I'm done. NO MORE…!!!

& # 39; The constant insults, the humiliating, degrading, heartbreaking spit that is only freed by a malicious, evil and vengeful C ** t !!!!! But, you know what… ?? Far more hurtful than their poisonous and humiliating, endless "educational" chatter … ???

"Are her hideous and deliberately hurtful tirades and her damn shocking treatment of the man she should love, above all … Here's the real deal, buddy … your obsession with yourself … ?? Is much more important …

& # 39; She is so damned in & # 39; AMBITIOUS !!! She is so desperate for success and fame … I guess that's why I was acquired, buddy … !! Even though she hammered me with what a sad old man, I was …

& # 39; Cowan did me the cruellest favor … I'm so sad … I cut my middle finger … What should I do? Except of course going to the hospital … I'm so embarrassed to jump into anything with her … & # 39;

The lawyer asked for a passage in her testimony in which Ms. Roberts said, "I have never seen Johnny, an unusually friendly man, being violent or aggressive towards Amber or anyone else."

Depp paces up and down in a room, swears and kicks a closet

Ms. Wass then played a video of Depp, previously played in court, in which the actor paces up and down in a room, curses, and kicks a cabinet.

The lawyer asked Ms. Roberts, "Would you agree that it shows a different side of its character than the one you mentioned in your testimony?" Ms. Roberts replied: "No".

When asked by Ms. Wass about a detox trip to Depp's private island in the Bahamas in August 2014, Ms. Roberts confirmed that she and the actor's doctor, Dr. Dump truck, and the nurse Debbie Lloyd had spoken to.

She told the court that none of them had a discussion with her about the actor's medical affairs.

Ms. Wass then read part of the actor's medical records from September 2014, which said that Depp "was sitting in the kitchen with scratchy and bloody ankles" and had hit a whiteboard into the kitchen after a fight.

The lawyer said, "It appears that Dr. Kipper saw a different aspect of Mr. Depp than you did, would you agree?" Ms. Roberts replied, "Yes."

Ms. Wass then asked Ms. Roberts about the ex-couple's stay in the Bahamas for Christmas 2015, and the estate manager confirmed that she did not know that the relationship between Depp and Heard was very difficult at the time.

"Most violent" was heard in their relationship, says Depp's estate administrator

The lawyer said, "As for you, you suggested that Ms. Heard was the most violent, right?" Ms. Roberts replied, "Right."

She then described how she saw Depp with a cut on the bridge of her nose that she said was not bleeding, and confirmed that the actor had never suggested photographing him.

Ms. Wass then said to Ms. Roberts that Heard had the remains of a bruise or mark on her right cheek, to which Roberts replied, "It was not visible to me."

Depp's former bodyguard Malcolm Connolly

Depp's former bodyguard Malcolm Connolly arrives in court today

Depp's former bodyguard Malcolm Connolly (pictured today), who has worked for Depp and his family for about 16 years, said the actor was "in emotional distress and panic" after his finger was severed in Australia

The estate manager confirmed that the fight between the couple had taken place on December 29, and she was then shown a photo of Heard's period with bruises on her face.

"You're fat and you're going to die a lonely man": Amber Heard yelled at Johnny Depp after confronting him in his Bahamas property manager's office – where she asked for help finding her wedding ring after she took it off and threw it had way

Amber Heard told Johnny Depp that his "career is over" and that he will "die a lonely man" in a blazing row, according to the property manager at Depp's home in the Bahamas.

Tara Roberts said she heard her hear "insult" the star, give it names like "fat" and say "nobody will hire you" and "you are washed up".

Ms. Roberts said the incident happened on December 29, 2015, when Depp drove into her office on her own, saying that he only had to "get away from Amber" before the actress showed up.

She said Heard asked Depp to return to their home, but he started his car and she yelled at him while standing in front of it.

Ms. Roberts said Heard "did not appear to have let him get away by blocking his way," and she called Depp's sister Christi Dembrowski because "she was unsure how far this would go."

Ms. Roberts wrote in her court statement: While I couldn't hear what caused the fight, Amber repeatedly insulted him with increasing ferocity.

“She insulted him, gave him his name, and in the midst of this rush I heard her say specifically,“ Your career is over. "" Nobody will hire you. "" You are washed up. "" Fat. "You will die as a lonely man" and also shout things that were incomprehensible.

Depp responded to the abuse by telling Heard to "go away" and "just leave me alone," but according to Ms. Roberts, "Heard's anger continued to escalate."

She continued, “I saw Amber attack Johnny, scratch him, pull him, and drag aggressively. He kept standing and shouting at her to stop and leave him alone.

& # 39; If he stepped back to leave, their attack would begin again. Throughout this incident, I have never seen Johnny hit or push Amber back, nor have he physically responded to the attacks.

She would calm down and hug and apologize. Then he would say he has to go and it would start all over again.

Finally I stepped between them. She continued to reach for him, but maybe my presence stopped it. & # 39;

Ms. Roberts added that Heard had "removed and thrown her wedding ring and asked for help finding it when they left that afternoon."

The ring was found and returned to her.

However, she said again that she had not seen these bruises when she saw the couple after the argument.

During an exchange with Depp's lawyer David Sherborne, Ms. Roberts confirmed that she had never seen the video clip before it was played in court and that she did not see that the actor in this clip was violent against Heard.

She also said that she had never seen Mr. Depp being violent or aggressive towards Ms. Heard on the island and that he had never beaten her.

Mr. Sherborne then said that Ms. Roberts stated in her testimony that Ms. Heard was not wearing makeup on the island, which the estate manager described as "correct".

The lawyer asked, "Have you ever seen that she had bruises on the island?" Ms. Roberts replied, "No."

Then he asked if Ms. Roberts had seen if Ms. Heard had bruises on her face at that time, to which she replied, "If she had, I would have seen it."

Mr. Sherborne said that Ms. Wass suggested that Ms. Roberts depend on Depp for a living, and told the court that her additional income came from a family business in the Bahamas that included a law firm and a dealership .

The lawyer said: "Ms. Wass suggests that you do not tell the truth because you are afraid of losing a job you love, living, you need your home on the island.

"Are you lying because you are worried about these things, Ms. Roberts?" The estate manager replied: "No, I'm not lying. I'm not lying. & # 39;

Calls on Depp's accountant to provide more evidence about the actor's accounts when alleging that Heard is a "gold digger."

Just before lunch, the court heard legal disputes over whether Depp's accountant Edward White, who testified via video link from the US on Monday, could be asked to provide more information on Depp's accounts during his marriage to Heard.

Ms. Wass QC said that "one of the criticisms of Ms. Heard … is that she is a gold digger". Ms. Wass said it was suspected that this was the "motivation" for her "elaborate joke" to somehow outsmart Mr. Depp.

She added, "The position is that Ms. Heard reached an agreement of $ 7 million (£ 5.5 million) when the divorce occurred on August 15, 2016."

Ms. Wass continued if it was true that Heard "was entitled to half of the income that Mr. Depp had earned during her marriage … and the comparison was significantly less than what we are entitled to, what we say is the position, it significantly emasculates the applicant's case. "

She told the court that Depp's income between February 2015 and May 2016 was "quite substantial" and that the information NGN requested from Mr. White would result in "strikes in the heart of the applicant's case".

Depp's lawyer David Sherborne said that "Mr. Depp did not suggest that it had anything to do with being a gold digger."

However, Ms. Wass referred to Depp's testimony, in which he said that he eventually believed that Ms. Heard "had an agenda, namely to marry me to advance her own career and / or to benefit financially".

She also referred to a text that Depp had sent shortly after the couple separated, which Heard referred to as "trench, low (and) dozen" and added, "Trench is high on the list."

Ms. Wass said she had "asked Mr. White to confirm what he could do for the year in question, the year of marriage."

Heard arrives at the Royal Courts of Justice with a face covering this morning as the lawsuits continue

Heard arrives at the Royal Courts of Justice with a face covering this morning as the lawsuits continue

Amber Heard on trial today

Johnny Depp arrives at the High Court today

Heard (left) arrives at the High Court today to continue her ex-husband Depp's defamation case (right, today)

Mr. Justice Nicol said, "I am not inclined to ask Mr. White to provide us with more information about the income Mr. Depp has earned through marriage and their relationship."

However, the judge added, "Mr. White should be asked to provide any information that he can give about the agreement reached with Ms. Heard under the divorce agreement."

The stylist claims that Amber Heard suffered "no visible" injuries the day after Depp's alleged attack

Samantha McMillen (left) and Heard (right) at an event in Los Angeles on December 10, 2015

Samantha McMillen (left) and Heard (right) at an event in Los Angeles on December 10, 2015

A Hollywood stylist has told the High Court that Amber Heard suffered "no visible" injuries the day after the actress claimed that Johnny Depp had violently violated her during a heated series.

Samantha McMillen said she spent "much of the afternoon and early evening" with Ms. Heard, 34, on December 16, 2015, when the star was preparing to appear in James Corden's "The Late Late Show" and she could "see clearly" that Ms. Heard had no marks, cuts or bruises.

The 57-year-old Depp is said to have been violent to Ms. Heard in a dispute on December 15 at her penthouse in Los Angeles, which he denies.

The Hollywood star is suing The Sun editor, News Group Newspapers, and editor-in-chief Dan Wootton for an April 2018 article calling him a "thug."

In a testimony, Ms. McMillen said that she saw Ms. Heard the next day “out of good light and up close, without makeup,” and added, “I could clearly see that Ms. Heard had no visible marks, bruises, and cuts or injuries to your face or any other part of your body. & # 39;

Ms. McMillen claimed that Ms. Heard said to her after her appearance on the program, "Can you believe I just did this show with two black eyes?"

The stylist said, "Ms. Heard had no black eyes and was visibly unharmed all day and at that moment."

In her written statement, Ms. McMillen also claimed that five months later, on May 24, 2016, she "worked closely with Ms. Heard" at Mr. Depp's home in West Hollywood.

This was shortly after another episode in which Ms. Heard claims that the star of the Pirates of the Caribbean threw a cell phone at her, hit her in the eye, and smashed items with a bottle of wine.

Mr. Depp denies the allegations.

Ms. McMillen's statement said: “I went into the house in the afternoon and met Ms. Heard. Ms. Heard was not wearing makeup.

There were no visible marks, bruises, cuts, or injuries on her face or any other part of her body. I saw her in daylight in Mr. Depp's house by the kitchen door.

She hugged me and cried. After hugging me, she started an intensive conversation in Spanish with Mr. Depp's housekeeper Hilda Vargas. & # 39;

Ms. McMillen also said that three days after she met Ms. Heard on May 27, she saw in the media that "Ms. Heard had gone to court with noticeable facial injuries."

She claimed that she knew that on May 24, 2016, when I was with her, she (Ms. Heard) did not have these traces on her face.

Depp was "in emotional distress" after his finger was severed in Australia and allegedly had a cigarette on his face

Earlier in the day, Depp's former bodyguard claimed in court that Depp said Heard cut my finger after he smashed his hand with a vodka bottle and stuck a cigarette in the face during a blazing row.

Malcolm Connolly, who has worked for Depp and his family for around 16 years, said the actor was "in emotional distress and panic" after his finger was severed in Australia.

The incident is one of 14 violent behavior allegations Heard has raised against her former husband that is at the heart of his defamation lawsuit against The Sun newspaper, which is being tried in the London High Court.

Mr. Connolly said in a testimony when he and another security guard arrived at the property, Depp said to him, "Look at my finger. She cut my finger off. She smashed my hand with a bottle of vodka. & # 39;

After the incident in Australia, Mr. Connolly said the actor also told him that Heard had lit a cigarette on his face and had seen a sign. It took place just a month after Heard and Depp's wedding in Las Vegas in February 2015.

The security official said Heard's account of the incident was "no match" to his memory, and when he got to the house, the actress "had no marks on her face or arms".

He said he arrived at the property around 1:30 p.m. after receiving an urgent call from Mr. Depp's now deceased chief of the security team, Jerry Judge, who said, "Malcolm, get in the car, pull the boss out of the Situation out. "

Mr. Connolly said, "I could hear the turmoil inside. I opened the unlocked door and saw Johnny in the foyer of the house. He and Amber screamed at each other.

“She was wearing some kind of green silk night thing, you could call it panties. I yelled at Johnny, "Come with me, you come with me."

Then I took his arm and tried to get it out, but it came loose. I said words again with the effect of "Johnny, come with me". It wasn't easy, but I took him outside.

"I had the car door open and when we were outside, Johnny said words to me with the effect" Look at my finger. She cut my finger off. She smashed my hand with a bottle of vodka. I saw his finger and it was a mess. & # 39;

Mr. Connolly's statement continued: "Amber appeared at the door and then came screaming and crying to the car and shouted words like" Will you just leave it like that, you fucking coward? "

Then she said: I love you, I love you. Are you going to end this way? & # 39 ;. It didn't make much sense – for a second she asked Johnny not to leave the house, and then she yelled at him for running away.

& # 39; She was absolutely hysterical. I was afraid that she might start throwing objects at Johnny or at myself as I had seen her before.

For example, I had seen her turn a fork in Johnny's general direction; another time I remember she threw a lighter on him, another time a can of Coke. I knew we had to get out of there as soon as possible. & # 39;

Depp's bodyguard claims that Heard "had no marks on the face or arms".

Mr. Connolly said he could see Heard's face "very clearly" and added: "She had no marks on her face or arms. She did not look in physical need.

& # 39; I was much more concerned about Johnny. He was obviously in emotional distress and panic. However, he was not so drunk or crazy about it and easily stood alone and had a conversation. & # 39;

The security guard said the team knew that the real cause of Depp's injury would create "extremely bad publicity," and that Mr. Richter suggested in the hospital that the actor hurt his finger while cutting onions.

Mr. Connolly said: "I found it fairly obvious that this is not true given the seriousness of the injury and suggested that he put it in a car door. However, we went with the onion cover story. The specialist didn't believe us for a second. & # 39;

He said Depp had not returned to the house in the next few days and had instead lived with him in Mr. Connolly's apartment.

In desperate reaction, Depp's security team said they urgently needed to go to his home.

Sasha Wass QC, representative of The Suns Publishing News Group Newspapers, asked Mr. Connolly about the incident in Australia.

She said Mr. Connolly had heard from Jerry Judge, Depp's security chief at the time, that "they urgently needed to go to Mr. Depp's house." Mr. Connolly said when he arrived at the house, "there was an argument".

Ms. Wass asked whether Mr Connolly "could understand what Mr Depp said in the course of this argument".

He replied, "No, because I was outside … I could hear a riot, but I couldn't understand the actual words." Ms. Wass asked: "Was there a time when you came into the house?" Mr. Connolly replied: "Yes."

Pirates of the Caribbean star Depp is pictured in front of the Royal Courts of Justice in London this morning

Pirates of the Caribbean star Depp is pictured in front of the Royal Courts of Justice in London this morning

Depp has claimed that Heard's allegations of domestic violence (pictured today) "reflected" her abuse of him

Amber Heard is pictured today

Depp has claimed that Heard 's allegations of domestic violence (shown today) "reflected" her abuse of him

Ms. Wass asked what kind of state Depp was in, and Mr. Connolly said the actor was "upset". She then asked if Depp was "coherent" or if he "looked like he was drinking".

Johnny Depp's security guard remembers the actor's "need" after his finger was severed

One of Johnny Depp's security teams told the High Court that the actor was "in emotional distress and panic" after his finger was cut in an incident in Australia.

The March 2015 episode is one of 14 allegations of violent behavior Amber Heard has made against her former husband that is at the heart of his defamation lawsuit against The Sun newspaper.

Malcolm Connolly, who has worked for Mr. Depp and his family for around 16 years, said in a testimony when he and another security guard arrived at the property, the Hollywood star said: "Look at my finger.

“She cut my finger off. She smashed my hand with a bottle of vodka. & # 39;

Mr. Connolly said the actor also told him Ms. Heard had put a cigarette in his face and he saw once.

The security guard said Ms. Heard's report of the incident was "no match" to his memory, and when he got to the house, the actress "had no marks on her face or arms".

He said he arrived at the property around 1:30 p.m. after receiving an urgent call from Mr. Depp's now deceased chief of the security team, Jerry Judge, who said, "Malcolm, get in the car, pull the boss out of the Situation out. "

Mr. Connolly said, "I could hear the turmoil inside. I opened the unlocked door and saw Johnny in the foyer of the house.

& # 39; He and Amber screamed at each other. She was wearing some kind of green silk night thing, you could call it panties.

"I screamed Johnny words with the effect" Come with me, you come with me ".

Then I took his arm and tried to get it out, but it came loose. I said words again with the effect of "Johnny, come with me". It wasn't easy, but I took him outside.

"I had the car door open and when we were outside, Johnny said words to me with the effect" Look at my finger. She cut my finger off. She smashed my hand with a bottle of vodka. I saw his finger and it was a mess. & # 39;

Mr. Connolly's statement continued: "Amber appeared at the door and then came screaming and crying to the car and shouted words like" Will you just leave it like that, you fucking coward? "

Then she said: I love you, I love you. Are you going to end this way? & # 39 ;.

"It didn't make much sense – for a second she asked Johnny not to leave the house, and then she yelled at him for running away.

& # 39; She was absolutely hysterical. I was afraid that she might start throwing objects at Johnny or at myself as I had seen her before.

For example, I had seen her turn a fork in Johnny's general direction; another time I remember she threw a lighter on him, another time a can of Coke.

"I knew we had to get out of there as soon as possible."

Mr. Connolly said he could see Ms. Heard's face "very clearly" and added: "She had no marks on her face or arms. She did not look in physical need.

& # 39; I was much more concerned about Johnny. He was obviously in emotional distress and panic. However, he was not so drunk or crazy about it and easily stood alone and had a conversation. & # 39;

The security guard said the team knew that the real cause of Mr. Depp's injury would be "extremely poor publicity," and that Mr. Richter suggested in the hospital that the actor hurt his finger while cutting onions.

Mr. Connolly said: "I found it fairly obvious that this is not true given the seriousness of the injury and suggested that he put it in a car door.

“However, we chose the onion cover story. The specialist didn't believe us for a second. & # 39;

He said that Mr. Depp had not returned to the house in the next few days and had instead lived with him in Mr. Connolly's apartment.

Mr. Connolly said: "It is difficult to say with Johnny because it takes a certain amount of alcohol." He added: "He didn't seem so drunk to me."

Mr. Connolly said that after he arrived at the house in Australia in March 2015, Depp "had a conversation with me, like a cube".

Frau Wass fragte, ob Depp rational zu sein schien, worauf der persönliche Sicherheitsbeamte sagte: "Ich weiß nichts über rational, weil er unter Schock stand."

Der Anwalt fragte dann, ob Depp anscheinend Drogen genommen habe und ob Herr Connolly "mit seiner Drogenkonsumgewohnheit vertraut" sei. Herr Connolly sagte: "Ich bin nie in diese Art von Verhalten eingeweiht … ich habe es nie gesehen."

Der Leibwächter bestreitet Behauptungen, dass Depp "mit Blut, Farbe und Schmutz bedeckt und zerzaust" war.

Frau Wass schlug vor: „Er war absolut schmutzig, nicht wahr? Unordentlich … voller Blut, Farbe und Schmutz und er war zerzaust und sah nicht so aus, als hätte er sich gewaschen. Er war richtig dreckig? & # 39; Herr Connolly sagte, dass dies nicht der Fall sei.

Frau Wass schlug Herrn Connolly vor, dass seine Beweise in seiner Zeugenaussage – dass Herr Depp ihm sagte: „Sie hat mir den Finger abgeschnitten. Sie hat meine Hand mit einer Wodkaflasche zerschlagen '- stimmte nicht. Herr Connolly antwortete: "Ich kann nur sagen, dass ich dort war, ich habe es gesehen."

Frau Wass sagte, Depp habe "verschiedene mögliche Erklärungen gefunden, um anderen Menschen zu geben, wie sein Finger beschädigt wurde". Herr Connolly sagte, dass diese Erklärungen "nur zum Schutz von Amber" seien.

Er fügte hinzu, dass die Geschichte, dass Depp den Finger in den 'Akkordeontüren' im Haus gefangen hatte, 'meine Geschichte' war.

Frau Wass fragte: "Sie haben diese Lüge erfunden, oder?" Herr Connolly sagte: "Ja."

Frau Wass brachte Herrn Connolly dann zu einem Text, den Depp an seinen Privatarzt David Kipper sandte, kurz nachdem er die Fingerspitze verloren hatte, die lautete: „F *****, Mann. Hatte noch einen. Ich kann einfach nicht so leben. Sie ist so voll wie eine Weihnachtsgans !!!

'Ich bin fertig. NICHT MEHR!!! Die ständigen Beleidigungen, der erniedrigende, herabwürdigende, herzzerreißendste Spucke, der nur von einem böswilligen, bösen und rachsüchtigen C *** befreit wird !!!!! & # 39;

Die Nachricht fügte hinzu: 'Ich habe die Oberseite meines Mittelfingers abgeschnitten … Was soll ich tun! ?? Außer natürlich ins Krankenhaus zu gehen … '

Frau Wass fragte: "Würden Sie zustimmen, dass Herr Depp anscheinend akzeptiert hat, dass er sich in diesem Text die Fingerspitze abgeschnitten hat?"

Herr Connolly sagte: "Ja, so ist es formuliert."

Depp bat seinen Assistenten um "mehr weiße Sachen".

Frau Wass las dann fünf Minuten später einen Text vor, den Depp an seinen Assistenten Nathan Holmes geschickt hatte und der lautete: »Brauchen Sie so schnell wie möglich mehr weißes Zeug, Bruder. Und das E-Geschäft. & # 39;

Herr Connolly sagte, der Hinweis auf "weißes Zeug" sei "wahrscheinlich Kokain" und "E-Business" sei ein Hinweis auf Ekstase.

Frau Wass schlug dann vor, das Haus sei „völlig zerstört“, aber Herr Connolly sagte: „Ich habe das Haus nie komplett zerstört gesehen. Ich bin nur bis zum vorderen Foyer gekommen. & # 39;

Der Anwalt fragte: »Sie konnten keine Farbe sehen, die im ganzen Haus graffitiert war? Sie konnten keinen Schaden sehen? & # 39; Herr Connolly sagte: "Nein."

Er sagte auch, er habe keine zerbrochenen Fenster auf dem Grundstück gesehen. Frau Wass sagte dann: "Für Sie war Frau Heard unverletzt." Herr Connolly antwortete: "Das ist richtig, ja."

Frau Wass fragte: "Welche Gelegenheit hatten Sie, Frau Heard anzusehen, um das zu sagen?" Herr Connolly sagte, als er "versuchte, Johnny ins Auto zu bringen, kam Amber schreiend und schreiend zur Haustür".

Frau Wass fragte, ob er "absolut sicher" sei, dass er keine Kratzer auf Heards Armen gesehen habe, zu denen Herr Connolly sagte, dass er es sei.

Sie fragte auch, ob Herr Connolly einen "blauen Fleck auf ihrem (Gehörten) Gesicht" gesehen habe, zu dem er sagte, er habe es nicht getan.

Frau Wass fragte Herrn Connolly nach einer Audioaufnahme, von der ein Teil vor Gericht abgespielt wurde und die während des Vorfalls in Australien im März 2015 aufgenommen wurde.

Das Gericht hörte eine männliche Stimme, die Herr Connolly als Depps Stimme erkannte und unverständlich schrie, und der Wachmann sagte, der Schauspieler sei zu diesem Zeitpunkt „unter Schock“.

Frau Wass sagte, dass die Aufnahme über fünf Stunden gemacht wurde und verschiedene Gespräche mit Depp, seinem Arzt und Herrn Richter beinhaltete, die alle im vollen Ton zu hören waren.

Ein Modell der Textnachrichten, die Depp nach dem Vorfall in Australien im Jahr 2015 an seinen Privatarzt Dr. David Kipper gesendet hat

A mock-up of the text messages sent by Depp to his private doctor Dr David Kipper after the Australia incident in 2015

A mock-up of the text messages sent by Depp to his private doctor Dr David Kipper after the Australia incident in 2015

Johnny Depp being taken to hospital with a severed finger, following the incident in Australia in March 2015

Johnny Depp being taken to hospital with a severed finger, following the incident in Australia in March 2015

Johnny Depp's severed finger, following the incident in Australia in March 2015, which was released in court proceedings

Johnny Depp's severed finger, following the incident in Australia in March 2015, which was released in court proceedings

Mr Connolly told the court: 'It appeared to me at the time that Amber was completely unharmed.' Ms Wass asked if it was possible, given the circumstances of the situation, that he must have missed something, to which Mr Connolly responded 'no'.

The 14 times Johnny Depp is accused of attacking Amber Heard

1. Early 2013

Heard said Depp was completely sober until early 2013, when he was said to have hit her for the first time when they were in Los Angeles.

She claims that Depp later cried and apologized, telling her that sometimes he turns into "the monster" when he snaps.

Depp "explicitly denied" hitting Heard, saying that in early 2013, he "limited himself to drinking wine and consuming marijuana after being sober from about December 2011 to August 2012".

2. 8. März 2013

Gehörte Behauptungen Depp war wütend, dass sie ein Gemälde ihrer Ex-Partnerin Tasya Van Ree an ihrem Bett in ihrem Haus in LA aufgehängt hatte, dann versuchte sie, das Gemälde in Brand zu setzen und sie so hart zu schlagen, dass Blut von ihrer Lippe auf das Mauer'.

However, Depp says he only asked Heard to remove the painting "out of courtesy" from the bedroom, and she had an "extreme reaction."

He also says that a text he later sent that described the evening as a "disco carnage" should "appease Ms. Heard" and not an excuse for alleged violence.

June 3, 2013

Heard and Depp were in Hicksville, USA, with a group of people, including Heard's sister Whitney and Depp's assistant Nathan Holmes.

According to Heard, Depp who "took drugs" became "angry" and "jealous" when one of her friends touched her. Then he threw glasses on her, tore off her dress, and damaged the cabin in which they lived.

Depp says he drank and took magic mushrooms, as did Heard and her friends who also took MDMA.

He claims Heard's friend touched Heard in an 'extremely sexual manner' and he spoke to her to ask her to stop.

May 4, 24, 2014

The couple took a private plan from Boston to LA: According to Heard, Depp, who had been drinking a lot, threw objects on her during the flight, slid a chair on her, slapped her, and kicked her in the back before going to the bathroom.

Depp says Heard "started talking to him" when he sketched in a notebook and then tried to "pat her on the floor playfully," whereupon Heard took "great insult" and "continued to verbally abuse him" .

5. August 17, 2014

Das Paar ging auf die Bahamas, sagt Depp, um "seine Abhängigkeit von Schmerzmitteln zu heilen", obwohl Heard behauptet, er habe versucht, auch andere Medikamente aufzugeben.

According to Heard, Depp had "multiple manic episodes" and his private doctor had to be scanned to help. She claims he hit, kicked, and grabbed his hair during an attack.

Depp claims Heard prevented a nurse from treating him while he was withdrawing.

December 6, 17, 2014

According to Heard, Depp was "violent" against her in LA and later wrote that he was a "wild savage" and a "madman". Depp denies any allegation of violence and says NGN has 'failed to provide any particulars of the alleged violence'.

January 7, 25, 2015

While the couple were in Tokyo, Japan, Heard claims Depp had pushed and hit and grabbed her hair before standing over her and screaming while she was lying on the floor – which Mr. Depp denies.

8. Around 3 to 5 March 2015

Depp is said to have repeatedly attacked Heard after a dispute over his alleged use of MDMA during a three-day trip to Australia. She says he stayed up all night, took pills and drank, and attacked her again the next morning.

The following night, Depp shoved her into a ping pong table, tore off her nightgown, and attacked her before hitting a phone against a wall and severing the top of his middle finger.

She also claims that he wrote messages from his finger all over the house in a mixture of color and blood, which Depp admits while "in shock" and "urinated all over the house to write messages". what he denies.

Depp sagt, Heard sei nach einem Streit über eine Vereinbarung nach der Hochzeit in "anhaltender und extremer Wut" gewesen. He says he "broke my sobriety" with a glass of vodka before Heard threw a bottle at him, parted his fingertip, and stuck a cigarette on his cheek.

March 9, 2015

According to Heard, Depp got "angry" when they were in LA with her sister and started destroying things in the house before he "hit her hard and repeatedly". She also claims that he tried to push her sister down the stairs before meeting Heard again.

However, Depp says Heard "scolded" him when he tried to walk, throwing a can of Red Bull at him and slapping him in the face before finally leaving.

August 10, 2015

While on the East and Oriental Express in Southeast Asia, Heard claims that Depp "quarreled" with her, hit her and pressed her neck against a wall, "which made her fear for her life" – which Depp denies.

November 11th, 26th, 2015

In LA, Depp Heard's shirt is said to have torn and "thrown across the room", also thrown a wine glass and a "heavy glass carafe" on her and pushed her over a chair, causing her head to hit a wall. Depp says they were in LA for Thanksgiving, but denies any allegations of abuse.

December 12, 15, 2015

Heard claims that Depp threw a carafe at her LA penthouse, then hit her and pulled her through the apartment by the hair, allegedly pulling "big tufts of hair" from Heard's scalp.

She says he then followed her upstairs and knocked her to the ground while he shouted "You think you're a damn tough guy" before he hit her head.

Heard says when she told Depp that she wanted to leave, he grabbed her and shouted, "I'll kill you – I'll kill you, can you hear me?"

Depp, though, says 'Ms Heard fabricated the alleged violence', falsely claiming that 'blonde hair on the floor was her hair'.

Er behauptet auch, dass "die einzige Gewalt, die an diesem Datum begangen wurde, von Frau Heard war", die ihn angeblich "gewaltsam angegriffen" hat.

Apr 13l 21, 2016

According to Heard, Depp was late for their birthday party at their LA home, "drunk and drugged," and they had an argument after the guests left.

She claims that he threw a bottle of champagne on her and pushed her to the ground several times before leaving a note that said "Happy F ****** Birthday".

Depp says that after meeting his new manager and accountants, he was about two hours late for the party and did not take any drugs, but was "shocked by what he learned about his business affairs at the meeting."

He claims Heard "drank a lot" and attacked him while reading in bed and slapped him in the face four times before he grabbed her arms to stop her.

Depp says Heard or one of her friends "vomited in the bed of Mr. Depp and Ms. Heard the next day" and that Heard later told building manager Kevin Murphy that it was "just a harmless prank" – which he indicated that he "then decided" to divorce Ms. Heard & # 39 ;.

May 14, 21, 2016

Depp arrived at her LA apartment, supposedly "drunk and high" while Heard was there with friends.

According to Heard, Depp got "very angry" and threw her cell phone at her and slapped her face before "smashing everything he could" with a magnum of champagne.

He says he went into the apartment with two security guards to pick up his belongings after Heard and her sister "tried" repeatedly to contact him.

Depp claims that his two security guards entered the room when they heard Heard scream and saw her "yell repeatedly" stop beating me, Johnny, "while he was 20 feet away in the kitchen.

He also says that two police officers who visited the apartment after the incident "did not see any injuries or bruises or swellings".

She said: 'And you are trying to be fair to both parties – it's not a question of you simply coming here to support your boss?' Mr Connolly replied: 'Not at all, no.'

Security team told how Depp was 'not well' and needed help

Ms Wass said that, during part of the recorded conversation, Mr Judge could be heard to say: 'He is not well, we need to help him out in every way we possibly can.'

Mr Connolly confirmed he agreed with Mr Judge's remark that the actor was not well.

Ms Wass said Mr Judge could also be heard to say: 'He basically completely cut the top of his finger off on a broken bottle and we found the piece and we had to put it on ice.'

Mr Connolly said he didn't remember that and his recollection was Depp telling him that Heard had cut his finger off with a broken bottle.

Ms Wass then asked Mr Connolly about a train trip in South East Asia, which was Depp and Heard's honeymoon in July 2015.

She read out a diary note written by Heard which said: 'We finally fell asleep with one another smashed together in desperate, childlike anger, fear and love.'

Heard recounted 'terrible' fight in a diary note

The note continued: 'Our fight was terrible. Johnny… at one point found himself with his shirt wrapped around my neck. Amazing to think about (the) precision, co-ordination that required considering the close circumstances…

'I don't even know how I wound up with this huge, rather annoying knot on the back of my head. F***, I hate that.' The note concluded: 'Where are my lines, do I have any left?'

Ms Wass asked where Mr Connolly was on the train, and he said he was 'about three or four doors down' from the couple.

The barrister asked: 'So, if a fight had taken place at 3.30 in the morning, do you think you would necessarily have known about it?'

Mr Connolly replied: 'I would never have known about it.'

David Sherborne, representing Depp, then asked Mr Connolly: 'Did you ever see any injuries to Ms Heard on the trip on the South East Asia train?'

The security guard said, 'no, never', before confirming that Ms Heard had not told him she had received any injuries, nor that Mr Depp had hit her.

Mr Sherborne then asked: 'If she had suffered injuries, would you or would you not have seen them?'

Mr Connolly replied: 'I would have seen them.'

Depp was 'in a lot of pain, a lot of distress and shock' after the finger incident

Mr Sherborne then asked about the incident in Australia in March 2015, and referred to the recording Mr Connolly had been played which the barrister said was taped by Heard. Mr Connolly said Depp was 'in a lot of pain, a lot of distress and shock'.

He said the first thing Depp said to him when he tried to remove him from the house was 'give me a f****** minute'. Mr Connolly said the actor then 'stood in the driveway holding his hand and he said 'she just cut my f****** finger off''.

Mr Sherborne said Mr Connolly was 'dealing with a difficult situation', and asked what experience he had of similar situations. Mr Connolly said: 'I'm an ex-prison officer for HMP Pentonville.'

He explained that he was 'trained in extraction, I'm trained in pacifying… spotting bruising patterns'. Mr Connolly added that he was trained 'by the establishment, by the Home Office'.

Mr Sherborne referred to the 'other explanations' for how Depp lost the top of his finger and asked Mr Connolly why they were devised.

Mr Connolly said they were 'to protect the production' Depp was involved in at the time, as well as Heard.

He added that he had 'seen it in prison' that 'the usual victim pattern is to protect the abuser for some reason, you know the psychological bullying… they fit the same criteria, they never come forward with the information'.

Mr Sherborne asked about the 'cigarette burn' on Depp's cheek after the incident, which Mr Connolly said he saw on the actor's face.

The barrister then turned to the transcript of the recording Heard apparently made, on which Mr Judge can be heard to say 'she hit him, she slapped him yesterday'.

Mr Sherborne asked: 'Ms Heard hitting or slapping Mr Depp, is that something you have heard before?' Mr Connolly replied: 'I've heard it before, yes.'

Mr Sherborne asked if it was a 'one-off', to which Mr Connolly said it had happened 'in Australia and in Los Angeles'.

He also asked Mr Connolly about a text message, which was sent on an unknown date, sent to him by Mr Depp which read: 'Please get me out of this room now, she struck me about 10 times. Can't take anymore.'

Mr Sherborne asked: 'In your experience, Mr Connolly, of dealing with Ms Heard and Mr Depp over a number of years, was this a one-off type of text or conversation with Mr Depp?' Mr Connolly said: 'No.'

Mr Sherborne asked Mr Connolly: 'Did you ever witness Mr Depp physically attack or hit Ms Heard at any time?'

Mr Connolly said: 'No – and I wouldn't tolerate any man striking a woman. No matter who he was, I just wouldn't tolerate that.' Mr Sherborne asked: 'Not even if it was your boss?'

Mr Connolly replied: 'Not even if he's my boss. I don't care if he's the Pope.' Mr Sherborne then asked: 'Not even if your livelihood depended on it?'

Mr Connolly said: 'I work for Johnny … only three days ago, I was offered a job in Peru. I don't depend on Johnny for my income.'

Mr Sherborne asked him about the suggestion that 'you had been pressured to lie and come on Johnny's side', and whether that was true. Mr Connolly said: 'Absolutely untrue.'

Mr Connolly's evidence came on day six of the trial of the actor's libel claim against The Sun newspaper over an April 2018 article which labelled him a 'wife beater'.

The court is also due to hear evidence today from Hilda Vargas, Depp's housekeeper at his Los Angeles properties, as his high-profile libel case over allegations of domestic violence by Heard continues.

Heard's assistant Savannah McMillan is also due to appear, one day after Depp finally finished giving evidence and claimed that allegations of domestic violence made by Heard, 34, 'mirrored' her abuse towards him.

On the final day of his evidence at the Royal Courts of Justice in London yesterday during his libel case against The Sun, Depp said: 'It seemed like everything she would accuse me of was something she had done to me.'

The actor also accused Heard of throwing a 'haymaker' punch at him during a row after her 30th birthday party, just hours after he had learned during a 'bad' business meeting that he had lost $650million (£514million).

Yesterday, the High Court also heard that Depp has a 'remarkable' ability to not get drunk despite drinking 'a lot of alcohol', that cocaine simply 'brought him to a normal level which normal people might operate at'.

Depp is suing The Sun's publisher News Group Newspapers (NGN) and its executive editor Dan Wootton over an article in April 2018 which labelled him a 'wife beater'.

His barrister David Sherborne referred yesterday to a 'secret recording' of the former couple in San Francisco in July 2016, after they had split and Heard had obtained a restraining order against the actor.

In the recording, Heard can be heard to say it was 'unbelievable to imagine' that she had either been 'in a secret fight club' or 'plotting to do this for three years … just saving it up for the right time' when she was not asking for any money, adding 'no-one is going to believe that'.

Depp described Heard's words as 'a reverse confession', adding: 'It seemed like everything she would accuse me of was something that she had done to me, so I started to see this kind of pattern, a mirroring, and when she said that, I was real taken aback, for sure.'

Mr Sherborne said Depp can also be heard to say 'you f****** haymakered me, man' in the recording – which is said to refer to an incident after Heard's 30th birthday party at the couple's LA penthouse on April 21 2016.

The actor is accused of throwing a bottle of champagne at Heard, grabbing her by the hair, and pushing her during a row, after he arrived home late for the party. Depp denies the allegations.

Depp and Heard met on the set of 2011 film The Rum Diary. They are pictured at the London premiere in November that year

Depp and Heard met on the set of 2011 film The Rum Diary. They are pictured at the London premiere in November that year

Amber Heard photographed Johnny Depp with ice cream spilled on his legs during a private flight from Boston to Los Angeles in May 2014 before showing it to him the next day and saying: 'Look at what you've become', the court heard yesterday

Amber Heard photographed Johnny Depp with ice cream spilled on his legs during a private flight from Boston to Los Angeles in May 2014 before showing it to him the next day and saying: 'Look at what you've become', the court heard yesterday

Photographs show bruising across the bridge of Heard's nose and under her eyes after Depp allegedly headbutted her in 2015

Bruising across the bridge of Heard's nose and beneath her eyes

Photographs show bruising across the bridge of Heard's nose and under her eyes after Depp allegedly headbutted her in 2015

Photos after the incident in December 2015 show bruising to Heard's face after Depp allegedly headbutted her

Bruising to Heard's face after Depp allegedly headbutted her

Photos after the incident in December 2015 show bruising to Heard's face after Depp allegedly headbutted her

In a separate incident weeks later in March, Depp is alleged to have trashed a $3million penthouse in LA which Heard used as a colossal closet

In a separate incident weeks later in March, Depp is alleged to have trashed a $3million penthouse in LA which Heard used as a colossal closet

Depp is alleged to have trashed a penthouse in Los Angeles, California, which Heard used as a colossal closet

Depp also admitted to doing graffiti on a bathroom mirror after fighting Heard, which resulted in his finger being severed. He admitted that part of it was made with his blood and part with color

Depp also admitted to doing graffiti on a bathroom mirror after fighting Heard, which resulted in his finger being severed. He admitted that part of it was made with his blood and part with color

Depp admitted to leaving graffiti on a bathroom mirror after the fight with Heard, which resulted in his finger being severed

The actor said that, at a business meeting on the day of Heard's party, he was 'in the early stages' of finding out from a new business manager that 'the former business managers had (taken) quite a lot of my money'.

Johnny Depp v The Sun: Key issues in libel trial

Hollywood star Johnny Depp's libel claim against The Sun enters its second week on Monday. These are the key issues the trial judge, Mr Justice Nicol, has to determine.

– Whether the April 2018 article by the tabloid's executive editor Dan Wootton was defamatory of Depp. Under the Defamation Act 2013, a statement is not defamatory unless its publication causes 'serious harm to the reputation of the claimant'.

– The Sun's publisher, News Group Newspapers (NGN), is defending the claim and relying on a defence of truth. It is for the publisher to prove that the allegations made in the article are 'substantially true'.

– The meaning of the article, which is defined as what it would mean to the 'reasonable reader', will have to be determined by the judge. But NGN's lawyers say the differences between the rival meanings contended by each side are 'not significant' and the outcome of the case will therefore not turn on meaning.

– Depp's case is that the article bore the meaning that he was 'guilty, on overwhelming evidence, of serious domestic violence against his then wife, causing significant injury and leading to her fearing for her life, for which he was constrained to pay no less than £5 million to compensate her, and which resulted in him being subjected to a continuing court restraining order; and for that reason is not fit to work in the film industry'. He strenuously denies the allegations and claims he 'has never hit or committed any acts of physical violence against Ms Heard'.

– The meaning which NGN will seek to prove is true is that the Claimant beat his wife Amber Heard, causing her to suffer significant injury and on occasion leading her to fearing for her life. They rely on 14 separate allegations of violence and allege more generally that Depp was 'controlling and verbally and physically abusive' towards Ms Heard, particularly when he was under the influence of alcohol and or drugs, throughout their relationship. NGN's lawyers say an important issue for the judge to decide will be what substances Depp was using during the relationship. They contend that he frequently lost control of himself, partly because of his heavy drug and alcohol use, and also that his memory has been impaired by his heavy use of drugs.

– If Depp wins his case, the judge will have to decide what level of compensation he should receive for the harm to his reputation and for the 'distress, hurt and humiliation caused'. There is an upper limit on general damages for libel of £300,000 to £325,000. However, if he succeeds, Depp may also be entitled to aggravated damages. The actor is also asking for a final injunction against NGN, who his legal team say 'have retained the article on their website and maintained their allegation to the bitter end'.

Asked how much had been taken, Depp said: 'It was put to me this way, because I had no idea about money or amounts of money.

'Since Pirates (Of The Caribbean) 2 and 3, I had – and this is ludicrous to have to state, it's quite embarrassing – apparently I had made $650million and when I sacked them, for the right reasons, I had not only lost $650million, but I was $100million (£79 million) in the hole because they (the previous business managers) had not paid the government my taxes for 17 years.'

Depp was also shown a photograph, apparently taken by his ex-wife, which showed him in August 2014 with 'ice cream spilled all over my leg' shortly before he was due to go to the Bahamas for a detox.

The actor said the picture was taken at a time when he had been working 17-hour days and was 'very tired, falling asleep'.

The court also heard evidence from Depp's former personal assistant, Stephen Deuters, who alleged Heard 'was the abuser in the relationship'.

Mr Deuters, who is now European president of Depp's production company, Infinitum Nihil, said that during the period in which Depp is alleged to have been abusive towards Heard, he saw her 'on many occasions' and 'at no point' did she 'ever mention any physical abuse'.

He told that court that he was 'extremely surprised and outraged' when it became public that Heard had filed for a restraining order.

Mr Deuters described the couple's tempestuous relationship as 'not great', saying: 'I think they were two people that were in love with each other that shouldn't have been together.'

The front desk supervisor at Depp's LA penthouse building also gave evidence that she saw 'no visible injuries whatsoever to Heard's face' three days after Mr Depp allegedly hit his ex-wife in the face with her own mobile phone on May 21 2016.

Trinity Esparza said the first time she saw any marks on Heard's face that week was on May 27, the day the Aquaman actress appeared in court to obtain a restraining order against Depp, which 'disturbed' Ms Esparza.

Ms Esparza, who owns the company that provided concierge services at the Eastern Columbia building where Depp previously owned five apartments, said in her witness statement that she 'saw and interacted with Heard on May 23, May 24 and May 25 with a clear and unmarked face'.

Sasha Wass QC, representing NGN, said to Ms Esparza: 'Isn't it more accurate to say you saw her earlier in the week and you didn't notice it?' Ms Esparza replied: 'That is not accurate, I saw her very clearly.'

Ms Esparza also told the court that she saw 'a number of marks on Ms Heard's body' – including bruises on her neck, plasters on her arm and a mark below her left eye – on a day in June or July 2016, shortly after Tesla founder Elon Musk left the building at around 9am looking 'like he had just woken up with messy hair'.

Depp is suing NGN and Mr Wootton over the publication of an article on April 27 2018 with the headline: 'Gone Potty: How can JK Rowling be 'genuinely happy' casting wife beater Johnny Depp in the new Fantastic Beasts film?'

NGN is defending the article as true, and says Depp was 'controlling and verbally and physically abusive towards Heard, particularly when he was under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs'.

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