Amber Heard was seen walking hand in hand with her friend Bianca Butti through London last night after another blockbuster day in the Johnny Depp trial.
The 34-year-old American actress was pictured with the 38-year-old cameraman sightseeing downtown after being accused to the High Court of pretending to have faked injuries from her ex-husband.
Heard, wearing jeans, high-heeled Chelsea boots, and a black blazer, had her arm around Butti as they leisurely strolled past sights such as the Houses of Parliament, St. James's Park, and the London Eye.
Butti, wearing a black trench coat, dark pants, and white shirt, smiled when Heard stopped for a kiss before going home.
It came after another roller coaster day in the High Court that Heard was accused of faking injuries that she claimed were caused by a backhand from Depp.
Heard will continue to testify today after making explosive claims that the Pirates of the Caribbean pushed Kate Moss down a flight of stairs.
Hollywood legend Depp sued the sun for defamation after calling him a "thug" in 2018, accusing him of repeatedly attacking the actress during their relationship.
The 34-year-old American actress is pictured with the 38-year-old cameraman who is sightseeing in the city center after being charged with pretending injuries to the High Court
The couple's tour of London took place after another roller coaster day in the High Court that Heard was accused of faking injuries allegedly caused by Depp's backhand
Left: Bianca Butti, wearing a black trench coat, dark pants, and white shirt, smiles when Amber Heard stops for a kiss before they go home. Right: Heard, wearing jeans, high-heeled Chelsea boots and a black blazer, had her arm around Butti as they leisurely went for a busy walk
Heard and Butti speak to a woman when a man takes a photo last night in front of a ramen store in central London
The two take a leisurely stroll around Parliament Square in Westminster while Butti stops to take a photo of the statue of Sir Winston Churchill
Heard with a pink headscarf around her neck and Butti, wearing a black mask, holding hands as they walk past shops in central London last night
The two of them talked to a man wearing braces and a flat hat yesterday evening during their sightseeing tour of the city center
Heard and Butti are holding hands as they walk past masked pedestrians in part of central London last night after Johnny Depp's blockbuster libel case against the sun was last heard
The couple are joking and laughing as they walk past the Houses of Parliament in Westminster last night on their tour of the capital
Heard and Butti look towards the London Eye as they walk across Westminster Bridge to London City Hall and Guy & # 39; s and St Thomas & # 39; Hospital last night
Americans check their phones while standing next to a red phone box in Parliament Square while cyclists stop at a red light
The couple looked cozy when they hugged, kissed, and stopped to take photos of landmarks in central London last night during their tour of Westminster (pictured)
The two are talking hand in hand as they walk past the statue in Parliament Square to two-time Prime Minister Viscount Palmerston last night
Heard throws her arm around Butti as they walk across a bridge in central London last night before another big day in Depp's high court libel goes against the Sun newspaper
Wandering audio data played in the High Court yesterday revealed that Depp and Heard were both pleading innocence after an incident in which they kicked a door in the head of the 57-year-old.
Yesterday, the court played a record of a conversation between Depp and Heard after "opening a bathroom door over her toes" before "deliberately" banging the door against his head.
Depp's lawyer Eleanor Laws QC accused his ex-wife of "never wanting to admit or admit" to "being violent with the Pirates of the Caribbean," even in the face of her own confession.
Heard claimed that she "only acted in self-defense" and insisted that it was "her job" to apologize to Depp while she feared that Depp would become "angry, angry" and "even more violent" with her.
Ms. Laws referred to a tape that was played in court on Monday in which Heard "admitted to beating Mr. Depp, but said that you had not beaten or had not beaten him and that you had also admitted to an argument kick off".
The lawyer played another recording of a conversation between Heard and Depp in which Depp can say, "I tried to close the (bathroom) door, I think it scraped your toes off."
He also tells Heard that the door hit me in the head.
Then Heard says, "I didn't kick a door or push a door to hit you … it wasn't my intention."
When Depp asked, "You didn't want to hit me in the head with the door, but you wanted to punch me in the jaw?" Heard replies, "I wanted to hit you … I remember I meant to hit you. & # 39;
Ms. Laws said, "You have actually admitted violence there and are not saying it for self-defense."
Heard said she "tried to apologize, I kept trying to assure him that I did not intend to hurt him," adding, "Better than with him about the details of the fight and what he found to be injuries, quarreling and complaints … my job was just to apologize, let's move on to the bigger point. & # 39;
She added: "It would have made him angrier and angrier and he would have been even more violent with me."
Ms. Laws said, "You do not want to accept or admit in any trial that you have ever used violence against Mr. Depp, even in the face of your own confession … You do not want to admit the truth of what is that you are violent, do you? & # 39;
Heard replied, "I was only acting for self-defense, I was not violent."
Depp's lawyer accused his ex-wife of "never wanting to admit or admit" to "being violent with him," even in the face of her own confession. Heard claimed that she "only acted in self-defense" and insisted that it was "her job" to apologize to Depp while she feared that Depp would become "angry, angry" and "even more violent" with her
Rambling audio, played in the High Court, revealed Johnny Depp and Amber Heard, who both pleaded innocence after an incident in which they kicked a door in the head of the 57-year-old. Yesterday, the court played a record of a conversation between Depp and Heard after "opening a bathroom door over her toes" before "deliberately" banging the door against his head
Depp's lawyers say Heard deliberately cut himself before claiming he attacked her during the three-day hostage situation in the hotel room – as they show her photo from the patio door, which she could have passed at any time
Heard was accused of deliberately cutting himself before claiming that Depp attacked her during a three-day "hostage situation" because the pictures shown in court "showed that she could have walked through patio doors at any time."
The 34-year-old actress has claimed Depp exposed her to ecstasy and whiskey rage in Australia at the couple's luxury home, which was rented in March 2015 while turning the Pirates of the Caribbean.
She claimed that the Hollywood legend hit her head against the fridge and threatened to crush her neck when he choked and spat on her face before tearing her nightgown.
Depp's lawyer Eleanor Laws QC questioned Heard's allegations and suggested that the scars that Depp had inflicted on pictures of the High Court in London were "far more similar" than self-injuring scars.
Ms. Laws informed the court that Heard had a cell phone that she could have used to call someone when she "barricaded" herself in the bedroom and could have escaped through sliding glass doors leading to a terrace.
She described the actress's description of the alleged incident as "three-day hostage situation" as "complete mischaracterization" during Depp's defamation process when the 57-year-old actor sued The Sun after calling him a "thug" allegations that he heard Heard during her Relationship has attacked.
Heard denied that she had ever hurt herself and insisted that "Johnny is a self-conjurer" when she admitted that she "could have called someone" to pick her up from the "pretty isolated" house.
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
Ms. Laws informed the court that Heard had a cell phone that she could have used to call someone when she "barricaded" herself in the bedroom and could have escaped through sliding glass doors leading to a terrace
Depp's lawyer described the actress's description of the alleged incident as a "three-day hostage situation" as "total mischaracterization" during Depp's defamation process when the 57-year-old actor (to the right of the High Court in London) sued The Sun afterward called him a "thug." "on charges of attacking Heard during their relationship. Heard (left, April 2015 in New York) denied that she had ever hurt herself and insisted that "Johnny is a self-conjurer" since she admitted "could have called" to get her out of the "pretty." to pick up the isolated house
Heard insists she hasn't left human excrement in Depp's bed
Heard denied that she was responsible for leaving human excrement on the bed she shared with Depp in her penthouse in April 2016.
Depp claims he chose to divorce Heard after being informed about the excrement left on her bed. In her statement before the court, she revealed that the incident is referred to as "Poogate" by her and her friends.
Ms. Laws said to Heard, "You left human excrement on the bed?"
Heard replied, "This is absolutely disgusting."
Ms. Laws then asked if any of her friends had left it, and Heard replied: No, of course not. I can't imagine that. & # 39;
Hilda Vargas, Depp's housekeeper, told the court last week how she discovered the excrement when she cleaned up after the birthday party, and then took pictures of it. These were sent to a member of the actor's security team, who then accused him.
Heard claimed that the excrement belonged to Depp's dog Boo, who had a problem with her gut after eating cannabis, which Depp owned when she was a puppy.
Heard admitted that Vargas had cleaned up the dog when he left excrement in the house, but when it happened in the bedroom, she did.
Heard added: “She (Vargas) cleaned up after them occasionally, but until Boo's accident in the bedroom, if that happened, sometimes with Johnny, I cleaned it up because I would never leave that to the housekeeper to clean up. & # 39;
When asked about Vargas’s testimony, Heard replied, “I don’t know why it’s wrong, but I can’t imagine why an adult would ever do that. I don't find it funny or can be described as a prank.
"I can't imagine anyone with such a sense of humor except Johnny."
Regarding the discovery of the excrement, Heard added: “However, I was not there, but went to Coachella. That was my bed, Johnny and I had separated, it was just my bed and my bed. & # 39;
Heard sobbed in court when she told details of her trip to Australia to visit Depp. She claimed that she became a "three-day hostage situation" when he subjected her to physical and emotional abuse.
After telling details of three days they spent alone in a mansion in March 2015 while Depp was out in the country filming Pirates of the Caribbean, Heard shouted, "I was sexually assaulted, strangled, beaten … Johnny almost killed me. "
Heard described an incident that occurred on the second day of their stay when he allegedly attacked them in the kitchen of the mansion where they were staying.
Heard claimed that Depp, who had consumed alcohol and cocaine, grabbed her by the neck once and shouted at him, "I can't breathe."
She told the court, "I was bare and my feet were bare. I tried to push him away from the countertops so that the pressure on my neck eased and I could breathe. I slipped everywhere, slipped on the glass and slipped on the worktop. & # 39;
Heard told the court that her arms, feet and hands were injured.
Then she was shown photos of the scars that she claimed were caused by Depp's attack on her.
Ms. Laws said, "What we seem to be seeing are two scars." Disagreed and said there was more.
Ms. Laws said these were not scars when Heard "bent" to get away from Depp, suggesting that they were too straight.
& # 39; I disagree. I know it's you, ”Heard said.
Ms. Laws said: "These are not scars that arise when you wriggle around and try to escape Mr. Depp."
She added: “These are scars of self-harm, done directly by you and certainly not by Mr. Depp.
Heard contested the claim and said, "I never hurt myself. Johnny is the self-summoner, I am not a self-summoner. & # 39;
Ms. Laws also denied Heard's claim that she was held hostage by Depp and explained that she had a cell phone and could have left the villa at any time.
She asked Heard: "You could have contacted anyone at any time."
Heard admitted: & # 39; Yes. I could have called someone to pick me up. & # 39;
Ms. Laws continued: "It is a total misnomer to call yourself a hostage."
Heard said, "Absolutely not."
Heard told the court she thought the incident in Australia was "bad enough that he (Depp) would actually get clean and sober, and this was the last time".
Heard said, "I was hoping he would be better. This time I had so much hope that it was finally over. & # 39;
She added that she thought "the monster" had been "put away forever and that would make our lives better".
The lawyer said to Heard, "There is absolutely no way to go back to a place where you felt vulnerable."
The actress replied, "It wasn't the place where I felt vulnerable, but the monster and the keys that enabled him to be unleashed."
Ms. Laws then said, "You would never have gone back there if he had done this to you as he never attacked you in any of the ways you described."
Heard said, "Of course I would go back to him if he became clean and sober … he promised that this was over forever, that this was over and the last, worst, was done."
Heard smiled as she arrived hand in hand with her friend Bianca Butti for her second day at the high court witness stand
Ms. Heard then waved to waiting fans and photographers at the entrance to the Royal Courts of Justice in the capital
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).
Ms. Heard raised the alleged attempt against Kate Moss during the evidence taking – Depp's team of lawyers asked why she had never mentioned him before
Depp & # 39; pushed Kate Moss down the stairs & # 39;: Heard's new claim when she admits her husband & # 39; for the first time & # 39; hit back to keep him from pushing her little sister down the stairs during the fight
Heard made the sensational claim that Depp pushed British supermodel Kate Moss down the stairs in the 1990s.
Heard made the new high court allegation, claiming that she hit him during an March 2015 incident because she feared he might do the same to her sister Whitney.
Ms. Laws QC asked her if she was violent while fighting Depp. Heard said, "He pushed Kate Moss down the stairs, I heard that from two people, and it was fresh in my head.
I responded in defense of my sister. I had been Johnny's punching bag for years, but I never hit him for years. It was the first time in all these years that I struck him back. & # 39;
Ms. Laws accused Heard of "adding" the incident to Kate Moss during her taking of evidence because she had never mentioned it before.
Ms. Laws added: “You added the detail about Kate Moss. It is not included in any document. You didn't mention anything about Kate Moss in your head. You only invent this as you continue. It is the first time that you mentioned it. & # 39;
Dem Gericht wurde dann im August 2016 ein Auszug aus Heards Hinterlegung vorgespielt, in dem sie über den Vorfall im März 2015 spricht. Gesetze wiederholten ihre Behauptung, dass Kate Moss nicht erwähnt wird.
Heard antwortete: "Ich hatte nicht die Freiheit, Zeit, Raum oder Energie, um jeden Vorfall aufzulisten, der in diesem Verfahren aufgeführt ist."
Heard posiert verletzungsfrei mit Keith Richards, kurz nachdem sie behauptete, Depp habe sie "mit der Rückhand" bespritzt – Blut spritzte an die Wand und ließ sie mit einem geschwollenen Gesicht und einer gespaltenen Lippe zurück -, als der Anwalt sie beschuldigte, "ein Netz von Lügen zu weben".
Heard wurde beschuldigt, ihre Geschichte über die "Rückhand" von Depp in einem sogenannten "Disco-Blutbad" geändert zu haben, nachdem sie ein Bild des Hollywood-Paares mit dem Rolling Stones-Gitarristen Keith Richards gesehen hatte, auf dem sie keine sichtbaren Verletzungen im Gesicht hat.
Heard hatte in ihrer dem High Court vorgelegten Erklärung behauptet, Depp habe sie im März 2013 angegriffen, nachdem er eifersüchtig auf ein Gemälde geworden war, das ihre Ex-Partnerin Tasya van Ree in ihrem Schlafzimmer aufgestellt hatte. Sie behauptet, ihr Ex-Mann habe versucht, das Gemälde in Brand zu setzen und sie so hart getroffen, dass Blut von ihrer Lippe an der Wand landete.
Depp sagt jedoch, er habe Heard lediglich gebeten, das Gemälde "aus Höflichkeit" aus dem Schlafzimmer zu entfernen, und sie habe eine "extreme Reaktion". Er sagt auch, dass ein Text, den er später verschickte und den Abend als "Disco-Blutbad" beschrieb, Heard beschwichtigen sollte und keine Entschuldigung für angebliche Gewalt.
Heard wurde ein Bild von ihr mit Depp, Richards und ihrer Schwester Whitney gezeigt, das sie untersuchen sollte, weil sie keine geschnittenen Lippen oder Blutergüsse hat.
Heard wurde beschuldigt, das Datum des mutmaßlichen Angriffs von Depp geändert zu haben, bei dem ihr Blut an die Wand gespritzt wurde, da dieses Bild von ihr mit ihrem Ehemann Keith Richards und ihrer Schwester Whitney im März 2013 keine Verletzungen auf ihrem Gesicht zeigte
Eine verlassen aussehende Amber Heard skizzierte, als sie für einen zweiten Tag im Verleumdungsprozess ihres Ex-Mannes gegen The Sun aussagte
Dem High Court wurden zuvor Bilder von Johnny Depps mit Getränken und Drogen gefüllten Lebensstil gezeigt, darunter ein Bild von Amber Heard, das ein Pint Whisky, vier Zeilen Kokain, eine Keith Richards-CD und seine Totenkopf-Pillendose zeigt.
Heard 'suchte keine einstweilige Verfügung gegen Depp, nachdem er behauptet hatte, er habe ihr Handy auf sie geworfen, weil sie versuchte, ihn zu beschützen'
Heard sagte, sie habe nicht sofort eine einstweilige Verfügung gegen Depp beantragt, nachdem sie behauptet hatte, er habe ihr Handy auf sie geworfen, weil sie versucht habe, ihn zu beschützen.
Die Aquaman-Schauspielerin bestand darauf, dass sie sowohl ihren Ehemann auf der A-Liste als auch die Privatsphäre des Paares schützen wollte, und fügte hinzu: "Ich habe das schon seit Jahren getan."
Heard behauptet, ihr damaliger Ehemann sei am 21. Mai 2016 in ihrer Wohnung in Los Angeles angekommen, angeblich "betrunken und high", als sie mit Freunden dort war.
Sie behauptet, er sei "sehr wütend" gewesen, habe ihr Handy auf sie geworfen und ihr ins Auge geschlagen, bevor er "alles, was er konnte" mit einem Magnum Champagner zerschmettert habe.
Depps Anwältin Frau Laws wies vor Gericht darauf hin, dass Heard in einer US-Hinterlegung sagte, sie habe nach dem mutmaßlichen Vorfall „keinen Kontakt“ mit Depp gehabt.
Aber Frau Laws las eine Reihe von Texten vor, die Heard am 24. Mai an Depp geschickt hatte, in denen die Schauspielerin ihn bat, sie anzurufen und sagte, es sei "wichtig" und ein "Notfall".
Der Anwalt sagte, aus den Texten gehe hervor, dass sie vor dem Versand ein Gespräch geführt hätten, das Frau Heard als "am Telefon" bezeichnete.
In einem Brief vom 24. Mai von Heards Anwälten an Depps Anwaltsteam zum Zeitpunkt ihres Scheidungsantrags wurde festgestellt, dass die Schauspielerin drei Tage zuvor von ihrem Ehemann „gewaltsam angegriffen und bedroht“ worden war und dass es zwei weitere Vorfälle in der EU gegeben hatte letzten sechs Monaten.
Ms Laws put it to Heard that, if she was telling the truth, she would have told her lawyers about more than three incidents, to which the actress said: 'There were many incidents.'
She said her lawyer had told her she only needed 'a couple' of incidents in order to get the restraining order.
The letter went on: 'Although Amber is afraid of Johnny, she strongly insists that we do everything possible to keep this personal matter out of the media spotlight.'
It said Heard wanted to 'work quickly towards a private and amicable resolution of all matters'.
Asked again about the texts sent in the days after the May 21 incident, Heard said she was trying to get in touch with Depp about keeping their divorce 'under wraps' for as long as possible.
She said: 'I thought it could stay under wraps for a few days and those few days were a precious few days in the hardest time of my life, and presumably difficult for Johnny as well, and I would have done anything to have those few days of privacy.'
Heard was also asked about a text sent on May 25 that year in which Heard said to Depp that she had only included the 'domestic violence stuff' because she called her lawyer when the police were at her home.
Part of the text message read: '(And only included the domestic violence/ restraining order stuff because I called the lawyer when the cops were here and I didn't know what do to or why that happened and was scared).'
It was signed off: 'I'm sorry if I've hurt you.
'I have nothing but love for you.'
Heard told the court May 21 had been a 'traumatic evening' but Ms Laws put it to her that there was nothing when the police arrived to justify a restraining order.
Heard said she had failed to co-operate with the police because she wanted to protect Depp and her privacy, adding: 'I had been doing this for years.'
It was put to her again by Ms Laws that there was nothing in the apartment to warrant a restraining order.
Heard said: 'I firmly disagree, I didn't file the restraining order at the time, I failed to co-operate, because I was trying to protect Johnny, I was trying to protect our privacy and I didn't know what to do with the statement that could compromise everything I had been trying to hide for four years prior.'
Ms Laws QC alleged that after the picture was submitted as evidence, to underline Depp's claim that he did not attack her as she alleged prior to filming a Keith Richards documentary, Heard changed her account as it showed her without any injury to her face.
Ms Laws said: 'You have woven a web of lies that you have had to shift and change according to when evidence has emerged about this Keith Richards documentary.'
The barrister said: 'And do you agree that there is absolutely no injury on your face in this photo?', adding: 'Does this photo show you before or after you were hit by Mr Depp?'. Heard replied: 'Which time? There were a lot of incidents in March.'
Heard then told the court the incident involving the painting took place on March 22 2013, not March 8 2013 as she originally said.
Ms Laws said: 'You have woven a web of lies that you have had to shift and change according to when evidence has emerged about this Keith Richards documentary.'
Ms Laws QC said: 'There has been a change, hasn't there? Not just in relation to the date?'
Heard said that there was an incident on March 8 2013 'that we've called 'disco bloodbath'', when Depp 'accused me of having an affair with my best friend who was a man' and another incident on March 22.
Ms Laws said Heard had in her first witness statement given a 'very detailed description of an argument that goes on overnight, it's over the painting and during the argument Depp attempts to set fire to the painting'.
She added that 'the other aspect is a very serious assault upon you with him hitting you in the face with the back of his hand and drawing blood, some of which ended up on the wall'.
Ms Laws asked how the blood ended up on the wall, to which Heard replied: 'I didn't watch the blood itself.'
Ms Laws asked Heard to explain how it happened.
Heard said: 'Johnny, back in those days, hadn't gotten to the point of choking me.'
Ms Laws intervened to ask her to explain how her blood 'spattered on the wall'.
Ms Heard continued: 'So, back then, it was just slaps or backhands and when he backhanded me it was still so early, it was a shock, fairly traumatic at the time.
'In retrospect, I feel different but at the time that's all I happened to notice. I felt his rings hit my mouth, my teeth.'
Sasha Wass QC, for NGN, claimed that she had changed the date of the incident after the picture of Heard with Richards, Depp and Whitney was submitted as evidence by the actor's legal team.
In the picture, Heard is seen without any injuries to her face, which undermines her claim that she was punched so hard in the face by Depp that her blood was splattered on the wall.
Ms Wass claimed: 'You have changed the date in order to explain away the clear face in the photo.'
Ms Laws QC put it to Heard that her sister made the 'same mistake' as her in her witness statement by saying Heard had a swollen face 'and a real injury on your face' on they day they went to the Keith Richards set.
Ms Laws accused Heard of attempting to construct an incident along with her sister based on 'silly' text messages about Depp changing Tasya van Ree's name to 'Tasya van Pee' on one of her paintings.
Ms Laws said: 'In fact, you've tripped yourself up over it, haven't you?'
Heard replied: 'No, this is a totally different painting.'
Ms Laws said Heard was 'lying as you go along… dealing with the fact that what you and your sister was saying about this incident is total lies'.
Heard denied that was the case and said Depp had 'defaced multiple paintings'.
Heard was also shown a picture of her with Ian McLagan, former keyboardist with the Faces and a close friend of Richards who was also in Los Angeles while Depp was filming his documentary.
Ms Laws told her that it was taken on 23 March 2013, a day after Depp's alleged attack on her.
Referring to the picture Ms Laws alleged: 'The photo does not show you with any injuries. It shows you with a clear face.'
Heard then waved to waiting fans and photographers at the entrance to the Royal Courts of Justice in the capital as she faced her ex Depp in court again
'Cocaine-crazed Johnny Depp threatened to break the wrist of Amber Heard's female friend because they were 'flirting' – before trashing a caravan and ripping off his wife's dress in frantic search for drugs'
Depp trashed a caravan, threw glasses at Heard and ripped open the front of her dress searching for narcotics after threatening to break her friend's wrist for touching her on a cocaine-fuelled bender, his ex-wife claimed.
The couple stayed at a trailer park in Hicksville, New York, in June 2013, when Heard claims her megastar ex-husband exploded around the campfire when he believed another woman 'flirted' with her – calling Amber a 'lesbian camp counsellor'.
In an explosive witness statement, published as she started her second day of evidence at the High Court in London, Heard said: 'He grabbed her by the wrist and threatened her by talking about the pressure that would be needed to break it if she didn't admit that she was trying to flirt with me.
Johnny and I went back to our trailer cabin where he continued to fight. At that point, the amount of cocaine he was taking affected his ability to make sense, and he went into a manic state.
Heard the row then spilled into their trailer, which he allegedly 'trashed in a rage'.
Sie sagte: »Er hat Leuchten zerbrochen und die Milchglasfront eines Schranks zerbrochen, und ich glaube, er hat eine Brille auf mich geworfen. He accused me of being the moral police' and 'lesbian camp counsellor' and of hiding his drugs. I had a pretty dress on that I'd dyed pink – and loved and wore all the time: he ripped one of the straps and then ripped it off me at the front, claiming to be searching for the drugs'.
Amber Heard outlined how she testified before the High Court in London yesterday, while being watched by her ex-husband Johnny Depp, whom she accused of threatening to kill
The Aquaman actress, 34, claims she feared Depp was 'going to kill' her on several occasions – and says he would later blame his actions on 'the monster', the megastar's alleged 'alter ego' she says she was 'terrified of'.
Heard has accused Depp of verbal and physical abuse throughout their relationship, including screaming, swearing, punching, slapping, kicking, headbutting and choking her, as well as 'extremely controlling and intimidating behaviour'.
Depp, however, says he was 'not violent towards Heard – it was she who was violent to him', and claims his ex-wife was 'building a dossier' of false allegations as an 'insurance policy for later'.
On Monday, Heard denied she had 'thrown everything possible at Depp', telling the High Court: 'I haven't even scratched the surface.'
Yesterday it also emerged Depp made up childish names for Hollywood stars he accused Heard of cheating with – including Leonardo 'Pumpkin-head' DiCaprio, the High Court heard yesterday.
He allegedly suspected that his wife had Eddie Redmayne, James Franco, Kevin Costner, Liam Hemsworth, Billy-Bob Thornton, Channing & # 39; Kartoffelkopf & # 39; Tatum, Jim 'Turd' Sturgess and actress Kelli Garner had slept.
Depp was mobbed by fans outside court with one handing him a bouquet of flowers
Heard said: 'He demanded to know about any romantic scene and complained about how people can watch me 'get ****ed on camera'.
"I had to justify why I made a film, and it was much worse when there was a kiss or a sex scene. He would mock me about it – especially if he was drunk or high – and have derogatory nicknames for each of my male co-stars that he considered a sexual threat. & # 39;
Depp also suspected that his wife had cheated with Tesla billionaire Elon Musk within weeks of their 2015 wedding. Yesterday she described his "paranoia" and said that he had often accused her of having an affair with a "sexy person who was younger than him".
She said, "If I were to wear a low-cut dress, he would say things like," My girl won't dress like a whore. " Mit der Zeit habe ich aufgehört, aufschlussreiche Kleider für Events auf dem roten Teppich zu tragen. ' On day ten of Depp's defamation case against The Sun, Heard launched a wide-ranging riposte to his claims:
Heard claimed she had suffered hell at the hands of Depp 'punching, slapping, kicking, headbutting and choking me'.
She claimed that the actor had hurled objects, pulled her hair and pushed her, and verbally insulted, intimidated and undermined her.
Some of their statements were so extreme that they had to be included in confidential schedules that included allegations of sexual violence that were not released.
But in vivid detail, she explained how "some incidents were so serious that I feared he would kill me."
Heard told the court: 'He would often hold me by the neck up against the wall, without hitting me, but he would talk about what he would do to me if I left him, such as, 'I will cut up your face so no one will want you ever again,' and about how he knew people who could 'break a leg, real cheap'. He told me repeatedly that 'if you ever **** this up or leave me, I will make sure you live to regret it every single day'.'
She described a "three-day hostage situation" in Australia in the couple's luxury home, which was rented in March 2015, while Depp turned the fifth curse of the Caribbean. Depp's alleged ecstasy and whiskey rage culminated in devastating the house and writing bloody messages with a severed finger.
Heard said: 'It's the worst thing I have ever been through. I was trapped and isolated from a violent person suffering from manic depression, bipolar disorder and a pattern of repeated, drug-induced psychosis and violence, and from drug and alcohol intoxication lasting several days.
He grabbed my neck and hit my head against the fridge. He said he could crush my neck and told me how easy it would be. He continued to attack me – he hit me, pushed me, choked me and spat on my face.
"He grabbed the front of my dress and ripped it open, so I was naked at some point."
The next morning, she claimed to have found "raw meat" in her torn nightgown, adding, "It was really messed up."
Another time, she said he hit her in the head.
The day after, Heard was a guest on James Corden's Late Late Show. The court was shown photos of her, and she said: 'I am wearing a large amount of make-up, which was put on specifically to cover the marks Johnny had left on my face.
Amber Heard comes to testify before the High Court for another day in the Johnny Depp libel trial against The Sun.
Depp is accused of raging on cocaine during a 2013 row with Ms Heard who claims he threw glasses at her and ripped open her dress
"Ich musste den dunkelroten Lippenstift tragen, den ich für die Show trage, weil es die einzige Farbe war, die die Schwellung und Blutung von meiner Lippe verbergen konnte."
Heard added to the court: 'Throughout the relationship, others noticed I had cuts and bruises. I have apologized. People asked me, "Does he hit you?" I would distract it … to protect myself from the humiliation I felt when someone knew I would allow myself to do it. I became an expert in covering up the bruises and injuries.
“It's awfully embarrassing to walk around with bruises on your face. You are constantly asked how you did it. It's honestly humiliating. & # 39; Depp denied ever beating a woman.
Johnny Depp's US attorney Adam Waldman arrived at court 24 hours after a tweet he sent was raised to the judge
Amber: I had no affair with Elon Musk, James Franco or & # 39; anyone else & # 39 ;.
Amber Heard, pictured with Tesla billionaire Elon Musk with her lipstick on her cheek, denied they had an affair while she was married to Johnny Depp
Heard denied that she had an affair with Elon Musk or 'anybody else' while she was with Depp.
Heard and Musk, pictured in Sydney, Australia, were just good friends, the actress said
Eleanor Laws QC, Depp's lawyer told the court that she was raising the matter of Heard's 'illicit' relationships to challenge her claims that he was 'illogically jealous.'
Heard replied: 'We (Musk and Heard) had just become friends. All jealousy can be deemed as illogical.'
Ms. Laws read a series of texts between Heard and Elon Musk that were sent between them just hours after an argument with Depp on May 21, 2016.
In one, Musk offers to arrange security for Heard and in another he writes: 'Sorry for being an idiot. The radio silence hurt a lot. It only matters because I so like you.'
When asked by Ms Laws if she had been in a relationship with anybody else while she was with Depp, Heard replied: 'I was not in a relationship with Elon Musk during my relationship with Johnny.'
Then Heard was asked for the testimony of Alejandro Romero, a concierge at the Eastern Columbia Building where she lived with Depp. He testified last week that Musk visited her regularly for several years while Depp was away.
Heard said: 'He was wrong. I was not even communication with Elon until 2016.'
The court was then shown CCTV footage from May 22, 2016, a day after her fight with Depp, where he allegedly smashed her penthouse and threw a phone at her, causing bruises on her face.
You can hear a man climbing into an elevator and turning his head away from the camera.
Heard admitted that the man in the elevator with her was actor James Franco, with whom Depp was also allegedly having an affair while she was married to him.
She admitted that he came to visit after 11 p.m. and that she had a bruise on her face caused by Depp.
When accused by Laws of deliberately trying to hide her face from the camera, Heard insisted: 'We were talking. He (Franco) was saying to me 'Oh my God what happened to you?'
She added: 'When I let him in, he saw my face and said 'what the f**k.'
Handout photo from May 2016 of text messages between Heard and 'rocketman' Elon Musk, which were referred to as an exhibit during Depp's libel case against the publishers of The Sun and its executive editor at the High Court
James Franco 'asked Heard 'what the f*** happened to your face' during 'secret' liaison in lift after Depp threw phone at her in drug-fuelled rage' – as new pictures reveal her 'bruises'
This photo was shown in Amber Heard's court before May 2016 with an apparently injured cheek that was identified as an exhibit at the hearing of Johnny Depp's defamation case against The Sun editors
Amber's cheek looks red in the photo – Depp denies that he hurled a phone in her face and claims instead that she made it up
Another photo shown to court shows a mark below her eye in an alleged attack Ms Heard claims was her ex-husband's final act or violence towards her
James Franco paid a late-night visit to Heard's California apartment hours after she claims Depp hurled a phone in her face after winding up his arm 'like a baseball pitcher' after he claimed she fouled in their bed as a dirty prank, it was revealed.
The megastar is accused of hurling the mobile into Amber's face 'as hard as he could' after a row in their Los Angeles penthouse as their marriage imploded in May 2016 – as the High Court was shown CCTV of actor Franco in a lift with Amber 24 hours later.
Heard described the alleged attack as her ex-husband's 'final act of violence', which she claimed happened after descending into a drug-fuelled rage.
But she was accused of "faking" her injuries with the help of her friends Rocky Pennington and Joshua Drew. Depps Freunde behaupten, dies sei Teil eines Plans gewesen, den Stern bei ihrer Scheidung zu "erpressen" und zu "erpressen".
The court was then shown CCTV footage from May 22 2016, the day after her fight with Depp in which he is alleged to have smashed up their penthouse and thrown a phone at her, leaving her with bruising to her face.
Heard can be seen getting into a lift with a man and turning her head away from the camera – and she admitted it was actor James Franco, who Depp alleged, she was also having an affair with while married to him.
She admitted that he came to visit after 11 p.m. and that she had a bruise on her face caused by Depp. When accused by Eleanor Laws QC, representing Johnny Depp, of deliberately trying to hide her face from the camera, Heard insisted: 'We were talking. He (Franco) was saying to me 'Oh my God what happened to you?' She added: 'When I let him in, he saw my face and said 'what the f**k.'
Heard denies beating up Depp and claims he described criticism and 'verbal insults' as 'punches, jabs or right hooks'
Heard denied Depp's claims she was violent while they were married – saying the star considered any verbal insults to be like being punched.
The actor claims that his ex-wife enjoyed hitting him and was violent towards him throughout their marriage before it collapsed in 2016.
Heard claims this was a fabrication. She said in her second witness statement published: 'Johnny has said I was continually verbally and physically assaulting him during our relationship – he paints a picture that I was somehow the instigator and the abusive partner.
'That's not true. It is true that I had to use my body and limbs to protect myself from Johnny's violence and abuse. He also often referred to verbal insults, or even just perceived criticism, as 'punches' or 'hits'. As someone who surrounded himself with people and created a life which meant he never had to face criticism or critical feedback of any kind, Johnny would often refer to even perceived criticism as 'blows', 'jabs' or 'right hooks'.
"I felt like a wild horse in a cage."
Depp told the court how his wife had mocked him as "fat" and "washed up" and told him that his career was over. Yesterday she claimed that he branded her "fat ass" and said to her: "Nobody will hire you if your T ** s and your ass sag." She said, "I don't think he really respects women. He likes those who confirm his ego sexy. He doesn't like powerful women and he saw me as one of them. I remember how I described it to a friend back then as a wild horse in a cage. it was like trying to break me. & # 39;
THREE-WAY MARRIAGE WITH & # 39; THE MONSTER & # 39;
Heard said: 'I've always had a relationship with two people. Einer war mit Johnny und ich liebte Johnny und ich wurde nicht von ihm bedroht. I was afraid of & # 39; The Monster & # 39 ;. The monster was the third in this regard.
"He would attribute all of his actions to (this) self-made third party instead of himself."
Heard claimed Depp was 'very good at manipulating people', and after his violent episodes, would often come back with a 'sobriety coin' from an alcoholics' support group claiming 'this time it was the end of his drinking'.
But she said she couldn't confront him about his alcohol and drug abuse because it was "very triggering for him," and added, "He would get angry and call me" the moral police "."
"I threw pans"
After hearing an audio recording, Mr Justice Nicol asked Heard: 'Was it the case you sometimes threw pots and pans at Mr Depp?' She replied, "Just to escape him." Depp said he huddled in bathrooms to escape his wife.
Heard denied being the instigator of their arguments, insisting she was 'never violent' towards Depp and did not have a problem with her temper. She said none of the other witnesses saw her arguments "behind closed doors". She added, “I sometimes used physical force to defend myself when I was attacked, overwhelmed, or felt threatened. I sometimes threw objects at Johnny. & # 39;
She said an incident on December 15, 2015, when she claimed that Depp hit her head and pulled her hair out of her head, "really scared her that he might accidentally kill me."
The court heard part of a two-hour row recorded between the couple with Mss Heard calling him a 'big f***ing baby' and admitted starting a 'physical fight' with him. You can hear them say, "I didn't hit you, I didn't decorate you, I hit you – but you're fine."
MUSHROOMS AND WINE
Heard's medical history was recorded by Depp's private nurse as: 'Client admits to anxiety, eating disorder, ADHD, bipolar disorder, dependence issues.' The actress described this as "very wrong". Sister Erin Boerum added: "AH reports on the history of drug abuse." Heard described the nurse's notes as 'a mistake', insisting: 'I am not a habitual drug user.'
She admitted to enjoying ecstasy and "mushrooms", including both together at her 30th birthday celebrations in April 2016 at the Coachella Music Festival in California with a friend of a top-class actor when Depp wasn't there.
Heard admitted she did like wine but denied guzzling two bottles of red wine in an hour as her ex-husband claimed.
She claimed that Depp's doctor prescribed a cocktail of medication "that was constantly updated and changed to keep me calm or relaxed."
"DATE LIKE A KING"
Depp and Heard met on the 2011 film The Rum Diary. She said: "He was committed and intellectual and dark and funny. He knew so much about life. When we were together it was magic. When Johnny wanted to be loving to you, he was very loving, warm and charming. It was like going out with a king, with his reputation and way of life. & # 39;
Heard told the court about her 'lonely' 2015 wedding night claiming 'possessive' Depp kept vanishing to take drugs.
She said they argued on the night over his substance use. "Er hatte abgenommen und würde während der Hochzeit für lange Zeit im Badezimmer verschwinden", sagte sie dem Gericht.
I tried to smile at it and entertain our guests. But I had never felt so lonely in my life. & # 39;
"DIDN'T SEE HIS FILMS"
Depp branded his ex a gold digger and accused her of building a 'dossier' against him as part of her 'hoax' claims of domestic abuse. But she struck back: "My so-called" agenda "to marry him for financial benefit or to somehow advance my career – that's absurd. I stayed financially independent of him the whole time we were together. It is not true that I told him that I admired his films at the beginning of our relationship – I was always very clear to him that I hadn't seen his films. & # 39;
& # 39; DOG FROM WINDOW & # 39;
Die Schauspielerin erzählte von ihren Ängsten um ihren Miniatur-Yorkshire-Terrier Boo, als Depp sie angeblich aus dem Fenster eines fahrenden Autos hielt. Sie sagte: »Ich hatte Angst, dass er sie hätte fallen lassen können. Es war wie ein leiser Alarm, weil niemand wollte, dass er den Hund fallen ließ, aber niemand reagierte, um ihn nicht zu verärgern, was ihn dazu bringen könnte, etwas noch Verrückteres zu tun. & # 39;
Heard said somebody hacked into her iCloud account and stole naked photos. Sie sagte, es handele sich um "intime Fotos von mir nackt", die dann "mit allerlei erniedrigenden Schlagzeilen verändert und manipuliert" und "ohne meine Zustimmung für die Welt freigegeben" worden seien. Sie sagte dem Gericht: "Johnny hat mich dafür verantwortlich gemacht" und fügte hinzu: "Wie Sie sich vorstellen können, war es äußerst beunruhigend."
Sie behauptet, dass der bekennende Drogen- und Alkoholabhängige Depp "in einem Zustand bewaffneter Opfer lebt", indem er immer seine unruhige Kindheit beschuldigt und sich mit "Ja-Männern" umgibt. Sie sagte: „Er arbeitet ohne Rechenschaftspflicht. Er ist immer das Opfer. Niemand gibt ihm wirklich direktes oder ehrliches Feedback. It is very rare to see anyone – professionals, doctors, lawyers, film executives –say no to him. Ich habe es versucht, aber es ist nicht gut angekommen. & # 39;
Heard claimed Depp – who enjoyed cocaine, ecstasy and cannabis – 'passed out a few times in the bathroom and had a history of vomiting in his sleep'.
Als sie im August 2014 auf seine Privatinsel auf den Bahamas gingen, um sich zu entgiften, sagte sie: „Es war die Hölle. Johnny war zeitweise in einem Zustand absoluter Manie. In einem Moment würde er um Umarmungen bitten, im nächsten würde er mich anschreien. & # 39; Sie behauptete am 17. August: „Er hat mich getreten und geschubst, so dass ich auf den Boden gefallen bin, meine Haare gepackt und mich geschlagen habe. Er war so wütend, dass er eine Tür so hart zertrümmerte, dass sie splitterte. Depp hat dies bestritten.
Der Fall geht weiter.
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