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Amber Heard comes to take a stand on the Johnny Depp case


Amber Heard denied today that he had severed Johnny Depp's fingertip or stubbed out a cigarette on his face during a violent argument in Australia claiming the Hollywood star had thrown up to 30 liquor bottles on her while he was her for three days Hostage held a villa.

The actress, who accused the 57-year-old Pirates of the Caribbean star of physical abuse at least 14 times, was interviewed on her third day at the High Court witness stand in London in March 2015 for an incident under Down Under.

Depp says his fingertip was severed during an argument when Heard, 34, threw a large vodka bottle that hit his hand, but Ms. Heard struck back today and said, "I was only throwing things to escape Johnny when he was beat me up. " .

When describing the series, she said that she had taken a bottle of Depp, from whom he drank, and knocked it on the floor, which triggered an angry response from him. Ms. Heard said the majority of the bottles had been thrown down before giving a long response saying that Mr. Depp had thrown "about 30 bottles" at her "like grenades".

She said he threw all the bottles within reach of a bar and said, "He picked them up and started using them like grenades or bombs … throwing them at me one by one."

Depp's lawyer Eleanor Laws said Heard's report that the actor severed his finger by hitting a phone against a wall and then attacking her was a lie. "No it is not," she replied. "I don't think he wanted to cut the finger off, but yes, he continued to attack me."

Laws also accused Heard of having put a cigarette on Depp's cheek. "No, Johnny did it right in front of me. He did something like that a lot, ”she said. It came after Ms. Heard claimed that Johnny Depp and his lawyers had run a four-year campaign to "harass" and "abuse" Amber Heard, and to ruin her career after they split up.

Mr. Depp has been accused of being angry while drinking and drugging, and since the separation from Ms. Heard, she has claimed that he has run a harassment campaign

Amber Heard enters the high court with her friend Bianca Butti as she prepares to testify for the last time in the bomb smear trial. Mr. Depp (pictured today) has been accused of being angry with drinking and drugs, and since the separation from Ms. Heard, she has claimed that he has run a harassment campaign

The slaughter in a property in Australia after Depp and Heard reportedly had a fight in 2015 that was released a week ago as part of Ben King's evidence

The slaughter in a property in Australia after Depp and Heard reportedly had a fight in 2015 that was released a week ago as part of Ben King's evidence

Depp is at the High Court booth for the third time today and was questioned about the incident after alleging that the injury was sustained when Heard threw a vodka bottle at him during the fight in Australia. Mr. Depp also has a cigarette burn on his right cheek, but his ex-wife denies that it was her

Depp is at the High Court booth for the third time today and was questioned about the incident after alleging that the injury was sustained when Heard threw a vodka bottle at him during the fight in Australia. Mr. Depp also has a cigarette burn on his right cheek, but his ex-wife denies that it was her

Johnny Depp posted a photo of his severed finger (pictured) after Amber Heard allegedly threw a vodka bottle at him to substantiate claims that the actress had attacked him throughout her marriage

Depp insisted that Heard had launched the only attack on the trip when she hurled a vodka bottle at him, causing the notorious injury that cut off his fingertip

The third day of Amber Heard's cross-examination by Johnny Depp's lawyers began on Wednesday with Eleanor Laws QC's question about the alleged incident in Australia in March 2015, which Ms. Heard described as a "three-day hostage situation".

Ms. Laws told the actress that she "angered herself, yelled at him" and threw a glass bottle and added, "Because you would occasionally anger yourself."

Ms. Heard said, "No, I got angry sometimes, but not angry, which would cause me to throw something at him."

Mr. Justice Nicol explained her answer by repeating that she sometimes got angry, and Ms. Heard continued, "But not to the extent that I would aggressively throw anything at him."

Ms. Laws said, "I will suggest that you throw a bottle on his head and it smashes the mirror behind you."

Ms. Heard said most of the bottles had been thrown down

Ms. Heard told the court, "I want to make it clear that I broke a bottle, but it was very early that evening, it was the second evening, if I remember correctly, and it was before Johnny started that throw bottles at me.

“We were arguing over whether he would drink the schnapps. When I confronted him with this, he offered me the bottle … he said: "Here, take it".

"He said," Oh yes, you want it? Here, take it, "and by then the drinking had already been … he had given it up for a while and it was on the list," If this happens, I'll go. "It wasn't a fly.

& # 39; And he gestured to offer it to me and I reached for it and he pulled it back.

& # 39; He teased me to take it and would withdraw it if I reached (for) it.

"Then he did it again and I have in my head all the time that he said I saved his life and I honestly thought I could short-circuit (a series about drinking).

So I reached for it a second time and hit it on the floor between Johnny and me.

"I'm sorry I did that."

Ms. Heard described the alleged bottle attack as follows: “He started picking them up one by one and throwing them like grenades.

& # 39; One by one, in my direction, and I felt glass break behind me, I retreated more to the bar and he didn't stop.

I was too scared to look behind me. He threw all the bottles that were within reach, except for one that was a solemn bottle of magnum-sized wine. «

Ms. Heard said she remembered that this was the only bottle that was not smashed by 30 or so.

The actress then said: "He (Mr. Depp) kept telling me that my job was to make him clean and sober … if he was clean and sober, he told me I had saved his life."

In response to Ms. Laws, who contested her version of the events, she said, "Absolutely not, Ms. Laws, I was there, I saw it.

"I would be shocked if Johnny remembered it, but I was there."

Ms. Laws told Ms. Heard that Mr. Depp's finger was not severed because his hand struck the wall, which the actress disagreed with.

The lawyer then said, "It was this injury that you threw a bottle in his direction, smashed it, and cut your fingertip with glass, didn't you?" Ms. Heard replied, "No."

Ms. Laws referred to a photo showing a stain on Mr. Depp's face and accused Ms. Heard of having put a cigarette on his cheek, which the actress contested, and added, "Johnny did that."

Ms. Laws said, "You did it, didn't you?" Ms. Heard replied, "No, Johnny did it right in front of me, he often did things like that."

Ms. Laws said: "In your opinion, Mr. Depp cut his finger all by himself … and then continued to attack you."

Ms. Heard said, "Yes, he did. I don't think he wanted to cut the finger off, but yes, he continued the attack. & # 39;

Ms. Laws said, "This was a bad incident in which you were extremely violent." Ms. Heard replied, "Absolutely not."

Eleanor Laws QC then said, "And then we have these tapes … when security arrived, yelled at Mr. Depp not to go and then called him a damn coward at another moment because he was gone."

Ms. Heard said, "I didn't hear it in the audio files."

Pressed further, she added: "No to these two allegations, absolutely not. I was in another room and cried. & # 39;

There was an exchange between Ms. Laws and Ms. Heard about whether she had heard the audio file and she confirmed that she had heard only part of it, but said that this was the relevant part.

She told the court: “At the beginning of the volume you can hear how it ended. It ended up Johnny screaming incoherently and I crying in the bathroom. & # 39;

Ms. Laws then asked the actress about her with the phrase "Were you so angry that you lost it?"

Amber Heard said, "I have termed losing your coolness a" loss. "I specifically refused to refer to Ben King."

She added, "I said if I had used that phrase or something like that I would have asked about Johnny's behavior, not my own."

Ms. Laws brought forward Ms. Heard that it was a phrase that she had used about herself and played part of an audio recording in court that was largely inaudible in the courtroom where the media are following the negotiations.

The lawyer then asked, "Is it true that sometimes you get so angry that you lose it?"

Ms. Heard replied, "Sometimes I get so angry that I lose my coolness."

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 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

During their visits to Australia in 2015, the couple lived in the mansion of former MotoGp champion Mick Doohan

During their visits to Australia in 2015, the couple lived in the mansion of former MotoGp champion Mick Doohan

Ms. Heard, who started her third day of evidence this morning, claims the 57-year-old megastar actor and his allies tried to embarrass me and the people around me, including potential witnesses, before his extraordinary libel process in London bring and harass.

In a new testimony released today, the 34-year-old actress said she was "striving to continue this process" and claimed that her ex-husband's campaign had an impact on my professional, personal and well-being. It was extremely annoying.

She said: “Johnny is so much more powerful in every way than I am: physically, financially and professionally. By leaving him, I have escaped physical abuse, but over the past four years, he has used his power and resources to harass and abuse him through the various lawsuits he has dragged me into and the advertising campaign that his team has continued alongside these procedures. & # 39; .

She added: “I have been exposed to a campaign of targeted online social media abuse and online petitions requesting that I be removed from any future sequel to Aquaman and from my connection with L & # 39; Oreal. It was also focused on what is most important to me: my humanitarian work, including my partnerships with the United Nations (UN) and non-governmental organizations like the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and many others, and the important work that these organizations do & # 39 ;.

Today, Ms. Heard is expected to provide her final evidence with her ex-husband Johnny Depp as the greatest English defamation process of the 21st century comes to a head.

Ms. Heard, who smiled and waved when she entered the royal courts with Bianca Butti, has been on the witness stand for the past three days, claiming that she fears 57-year-old Mr. Depp will "kill" her on several occasions .

Amber said the megastar would blame his "alter ego," called "the monster," for the alleged violence while intoxicated with alcohol and drugs.

On another extraordinary day yesterday before the Royal Courts of Justice, Ms. Heard claimed that Mr. Depp once pushed supermodel Kate Moss down the stairs during their relationship in the 1990s. The actress said that's why she hit the actor for fear that he would do the same to her younger sister Whitney.

Amber also denied that she had an affair with Elon Musk, James Franco or "anyone else" while she was with Johnny Depp, whom she claimed to be "jealous" and accused her of having at least eight co-stars and afterwards also sleeping with Leonardo DiCaprio, an audition that gave DiCaprio the nickname "Pumpkin Head".

However, the actress was accused of changing her story about Depp's "backhand" in a so-called "disco carnage" after seeing a picture of the couple with Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards that Ms. Heard had no visible ones on Has injury to her face.

They also paused for a selfie on Westminster Bridge that crosses the Thames in front of the Houses of Parliament

Amber Heard and her friend Bianca Butti went sightseeing through central London yesterday after their appearance in court

The couple had an "evil row" on top of the stairs in March 2015 when the then 26-year-old Whitney tried to intervene, the court heard.

Miss Heard, 34, accused of hitting the Star of the Pirates of the Caribbean with her closed fist, replied, “I hit Johnny that day in defense of my sister.

'He was about to push her down the stairs, and the moment before I remembered information I heard that he had pushed a former girlfriend – I think it was Kate Moss – down the stairs. I had heard this rumor from two people and it was fresh in my head. And I reacted at lightning speed to defend them.

"I've been Johnny's punching bag for years – it was the first time I hit him back."

Eleanor Laws QC for Depp accused Miss Heard of "only replicating this while you were involved," and said she added Miss Moss – with whom Depp dated in the 1990s – to her evidence. Miss Heard admitted that she had never mentioned it in statements or previous statements about the incident.

Miss Heard said, “He was about to push my sister down the stairs. My little sister. She has never hurt anyone in her life.

"I would have done anything to prevent her from being pushed down stairs."

Miss Laws said, "You invent this as you go on, and throw in details, new details that you literally thought of to make your account more credible."

Miss Heard replied, "Of course not."

Miss Laws said, "You don't want to admit the truth, which means you are violent, do you?"

Miss Heard said, "For self-defense only."

There was no response from Miss Moss & # 39; spokeswoman yesterday to comment requests.

Ms. Heard outlined the statement during Mr. Depp's defamation proceedings against The Sun after she was branded as a "thug."

Ms. Heard outlined the statement during Mr. Depp's defamation proceedings against The Sun after she was branded as a "thug."

Amber Heard made the sensational claim that Johnny Depp pushed British supermodel Kate Moss down the stairs in the 1990s (pictured together in New York in 1994).

Amber Heard made the sensational claim that Johnny Depp pushed British supermodel Kate Moss down the stairs in the 1990s (pictured together in New York in 1994).

Amber Heard accuses Johnny Depp of a four-year harassment campaign after the breakup

Amber Heard claimed today that Johnny Depp and his lawyers had run a four-year campaign to harass and abuse their career, and ruin them after they split up.

Ms. Heard, who started her third day of evidence this morning, claims the 57-year-old megastar actor and his allies tried to embarrass me and the people around me, including potential witnesses, before his extraordinary libel process in London bring and harass.

In a new testimony released today, the 34-year-old actress said she was "striving to continue this process" and claimed that her ex-husband's campaign had an impact on my professional, personal and well-being. It was extremely annoying.

She said: “Johnny is so much more powerful in every way than I am: physically, financially and professionally. By leaving him, I have escaped physical abuse, but over the past four years, he has used his power and resources to harass and abuse him through the various lawsuits he has dragged me into and the advertising campaign that his team has continued alongside these procedures. & # 39; .

She added: “I have been exposed to a campaign of targeted online social media abuse and online petitions requesting that I be removed from any future sequel to Aquaman and from my connection with L & # 39; Oreal. It was also focused on what is most important to me: my humanitarian work, including my partnerships with the United Nations (UN) and non-governmental organizations like the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and many others, and the important work that these organizations do & # 39 ;.

Self-harm

Today, Johnny Depp's lawyer Eleanor Laws QC questioned Amber Heard's statement about the incident, suggesting that scars that Depp inflicted on the photos shown in court are "much more similar" than self-injuring scars

Today, Johnny Depp's lawyer Eleanor Laws QC questioned Amber Heard's statement about the incident, suggesting that scars that Depp inflicted on the photos shown in court are "much more similar" than self-injuring scars

Johnny Depp's attorney, Eleanor Laws QC, questioned Amber Heard's testimony about the incident and suggested that scars that she allegedly caused by Depp that were shown in photos shown in court were "far more similar" than self-injuring scar

Scars on Amber Heard's arm were more the result of self-harm than a brutal attack by Johnny Depp, his QC suggested.

Miss Heard said that during a terrible ordeal in Australia in March 2015 – which she termed the "three-day hostage situation" – they were inflicted on a house they rented while Depp was shooting one of the Pirates Of The Caribbean films.

She said yesterday: "I was, among other things, strangled, attacked, beaten, sexually assaulted, strangled."

She claimed that Depp drank whiskey and ecstasy tablets before beating and choking them, smashing bottles, and throwing them around on a glass-littered kitchen lid when he severed his finger drunk before "I love you" with his stained blood on a mirror.

She said to the court in a voice crackling with emotion: "I tried to push him away from me. I said, "Johnny, it's me, you're really hurting me, please stop" – it's like he can't hear me.

She added: "He pulled me around my neck and pushed me against the bar, I was against the bar, naked, leaning back, my back against the marble.

"He pressed so hard on my neck that I couldn't breathe. I tried to tell him that I couldn't breathe. I remember thinking he was going to kill me right now. The floor was wet and I slipped. & # 39;

She said she couldn't get a purchase on the floor or countertop "from all the broken bottles".

Miss Heard said she still had scars on her arm. A photo taken at the Tribeca Music Festival in New York on April 18, a month later, was shared on Twitter, and the court also saw other photos.

Eleanor Laws QC for Depp asked her: "These are not scars that arise when you squirm and try to get away from Mr. Depp – jagged, uneven – they are in a straight line, aren't they?"

Mr. Justice Nicol intervened and asked, "It is believed that these are not scars that were created when the Australian was attacked – do you agree?" Miss Heard didn't.

Miss Laws said, "These scars are much more like self-injuring scars that were caused directly and by you, and certainly not in a fight with Mr. Depp."

But Miss Heard replied, "I've had these scars on my arm since this evening and I've never hurt myself."

And she added, "Johnny is a self-conjurer, I am not a self-conjurer."

KEITH RICHARDS PHOTO

The actress was accused of changing her story about Depp's "backhand" in a so-called "disco carnage" after seeing a picture of the couple with Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards on whom Miss Heard had no visible injuries has her face.

The photo was taken on March 23, 2013. Miss Heard originally claimed that Depp hit her on March 21, but she later changed it to March 8.

She said Depp had become jealous of a painting her ex-partner Tasya van Ree had put up in her bedroom and that he had tried drugs to set it on fire during a killing spree and hit her so hard that the wall had been splattered with blood from her lip.

Miss Laws suggested that Miss Heard changed her account after seeing the photo of her, her sister Whitney, and Depp with Richards, and said, “They changed the date to explain the clear face in the photo.

"You have woven a web of lies that you had to postpone and change depending on when evidence came up."

Miss Heard replied, "I disagree."

PLASTER CAST

The actress has also been accused of "completely lying" about her claims that Depp grabbed her hair with one hand and hit her with the other in March 2015.

It was impossible, said Miss Laws, since the actor's right hand was wrapped in bandages – Depp had chosen a dinosaur design for kids for fun – after severing his finger in a previous row in Australia. Miss Heard told the court she wasn't lying and said, “He grabbed my hair with this hand and hit me with the hard plastic. It was particularly uncomfortable. & # 39;

Miss Laws said the actress had not previously mentioned the plaster cast and suggested that it would have been "a key feature of the attack" that Miss Heard would have wanted to record had it been true.

& # 39; blackmail & # 39;

Miss Heard was accused of trying to blackmail and extort the star when they divorced. Her list of claims included three LA penthouses and a black Range Rover.

A letter from her lawyers called for Depps "immediate cooperation" to get the divorce quickly and without ads. She also peppered the star with text messages saying "Please call me, it's important", "Please!" and "emergency!" heard the court.

Miss Laws said, "It's blackmail, isn't it?" The actress said, "No." Miss Heard filed for divorce on May 26, 2016, five days after the alleged phone call incident, and received an injunction the following day, saying that she was "petrified" that her husband would return to the apartment would.

Miss Laws suggested that this was "not true". The actress replied, "I was petrified by the monster that could become Johnny."

Out with friends

Miss Heard had apparently also enjoyed herself in the days after the May 21 telephone hurling incident, in which she claimed that her husband was "drunk and high" and had "everything he could" in the apartment with one Magnum bottle smashing champagne.

Three days later, CCTV footage of the elevator in her home showed her going out with her sister Whitney and boyfriend Rocky Pennington and coming back with wine at 11pm.

Miss Heard was accused of faking her injuries with the help of her friends, which was part of a "joke," according to Depp's team of lawyers.

Bug on the bed

Amber Heard has rejected allegations that she settled in Johnny Depp's bed when bomb photos of fecal matter were first published in the middle of her bitter line of judgments

Amber Heard has rejected allegations that she settled in Johnny Depp's bed when bomb photos of fecal matter were first published in the middle of her bitter line of judgments

In the latest twist on what Miss Heard and her friends called "Poogate", the actress vehemently denied that she was responsible for leaving "disgusting" human excrement on the bed she had with Depp in on her 30th birthday shared their penthouse in Los Angeles. Sie beschuldigte ihren Hund Boo, der sich unwohl fühlte, nachdem er etwas von dem Drogenvorrat des Stars gefressen hatte, wie das Gericht hörte.

Depp sagt, er habe sich entschlossen, sich von seiner Frau scheiden zu lassen, nachdem er über den Kot informiert worden war.

Miss Laws fragte Miss Heard: "Sie haben menschliche Exkremente auf dem Bett liegen lassen?" Miss Heard antwortete: "Das ist absolut widerlich."

Auf die Frage, ob einer ihrer Freunde es verlassen habe, antwortete sie: „Nein, natürlich nicht. Das ist für mich unvorstellbar. & # 39;

Sie behauptete, Boo, Depps Yorkshire-Terrier, habe ein Problem mit ihrem Darm gehabt, seit sie als Welpe Cannabis gegessen habe, das Depp gehörte.

Der Fall geht weiter.

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