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Winona Ryder will take a stand on Johnny Depp's defamation process


Amber Heard traveled with a "large number of boxes of wine", drank two bottles a night regularly, and started most disputes with Johnny Depp, the actor's former estate administrator told a court today.

Ben King also released a photo of the slaughter that was left on a property in Australia in March 2015 after the couple are said to have had a fight that resulted in Depp's fingers being partially severed.

Mr. King found the severed finger as he cleared up the mess after the fight in which Depp says Heard cut it off by throwing a bottle of vodka at him, while Heard claims Depp cut it off when he got a phone shattered when he attacked her.

Mr. King's picture shows an undamaged phone, with the adjutant insisting, "I didn't see any broken phones," although Heard claimed he hit it against a wall and cut his fingertip as he attacked it.

The estate manager also said that the couple's ranks "could start from very banal beginnings" and that they would be "like school children", and claimed that Heard was "the antagonist" with Depp "interested in going out or away from arguments" .

Mr. King, who served as Depp's estate administrator in Australia, London and Vancouver, Canada for three periods between 2014 and 2016, testified before the High Court this morning while Depp's sensational defamation process continues.

He also said that Heard apparently triggered most of the fights he heard and said, “Once in London I remember Ms. Heard complaining that Mr. Depp had taken his hand off hers. The argument then continued and escalated seriously. I saw Ms. Heard as an antagonist. Mr. Depp seemed interested in going out of arguments. & # 39;

The court was also told of notes left after house disputes during the stormy relationship in London in which Mr. Depp wrote, "Let's not do this again, I love you."

Later today, Depp's ex-fiancé Winona Ryder will video-link from Los Angeles to the London court to support the actor's sensational defamation lawsuit over an article calling him a "thug."

Depp is suing the editor of Sun News News Newspapers (NGN) and its editor-in-chief Dan Wootton for an April 2018 article that claims he was violent against ex-wife Amber Heard during their relationship.

It arrives in the middle of another day of bomb evidence outside the Royal Courts of Justice, with claims like:

  • Depp claimed that Heard "bought him for fame" but "hammered" him because he was "a sad old man" in explosive lyrics;
  • 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".

Today, Sasha Wass QC, representative of NGN, asked Mr. King about his second testimony, which was submitted on Monday and said Heard "drank two bottles of wine a night and took medication".

The slaughter on a property in Australia after Depp and Heard reportedly had a fight in 2015, which was released today as part of Ben King's evidence. The picture shows an undamaged phone, with Mr. King insisting that "I didn't see any broken phones," although Heard claimed he hit it against a wall and cut his fingertip while he attacked it

Johnny Depp today

Amber Heard today

Johnny Depp (left, High Court this morning) is suing The Sun publisher for an April 2018 article that claims he was during her tumultuous relationship with ex-wife Amber Heard (right, still in court today) been violent.

Heard (center front) arrives this morning with her friend Bianca Butti (back left, wearing a mask), her lawyer Jennifer Robinson (in a red dress) and her sister Whitney Heard (front right) at the High Court in London.

Heard (center front) arrives this morning with her friend Bianca Butti (back left, wearing a mask), her lawyer Jennifer Robinson (in a red dress) and her sister Whitney Heard (front right) at the High Court in London.

Ms. Wass turned to the cleanup after the 2015 incident in Australia, in which Mr. Depp had pulled a severed finger.

The real estate manager says he found Depp's fingertip when he cleaned up the next row in Australia

The lawyer asked if it was Mr. King's job to find the actor's missing fingertip, to which he replied, "It was mentioned that it could be anywhere, and when I cleared it up, I found it."

Ms. Wass then referred to a picture of part of the house where the couple were in Australia after the incident.

She said there was a phone in the photo and asked if there were other photos of a "wall phone" that Mr. Depp had admitted to have torn off the wall.

Mr. King said, "I don't remember a phone being torn off the wall or having to replace a wall phone."

Ms. Wass asked Mr. King if there was “urine on the floor” in the house in Australia, to which he said that this was not the case.

Urine claims in the apartment are disputed as the lawyer talks about paint and graffiti on the walls

The lawyer said there was "a lot of paint" and graffiti on the walls. She said: "Billy Bob Thornton, Amber Easy". She asked, "With all the blood and color, say you're sure there was no urine."

Mr. King replied: "Certainly." Ms. Wass asked: "How can you be so sure?" Mr. King said he later returned to the house to oversee a professional cleaning team and they "did not mention anything".

Amber Heard today

Amber Heard today

Amber Heard arrives at the Royal Courts of Justice in London this morning for the trial to proceed

Depp (pictured before the High Court today) is suing The Sun editor, News Group Newspapers, and its editor-in-chief

In his testimony, he said, "I saw no signs of urine and I didn't smell it like I would have if someone in the house urinated."

14-time 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".

March 2, 8, 2013

Heard Claims Depp was furious that she had hung a painting of her ex-partner Tasya Van Ree on her bed in her LA home, then tried to set the painting on fire and hit her so hard that blood came from her lip on the wall & # 39 ;.

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 boyfriend touched Heard in an "extremely sexual way" and 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, pushed a chair on her, slapped her, and kicked her in the back before passing out on the toilet .

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 .

August 5, 17, 2014

The couple went to the Bahamas, Depp says, to "cure his addiction to pain relievers," although Heard claims he tried trying other medications.

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 not provided information about 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 says Heard was in "persistent and extreme anger" after a dispute over an agreement after the wedding. 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?"

However, Depp says, "Ms. Heard invented the alleged violence," and incorrectly claims that "blonde hair on the floor is her hair."

He also claims that "the only violence committed on that date was by Ms. Heard" that is said to have "violently attacked" him.

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".

Ms. Wass then asked if Mr. King would find the tip of Depp's finger after he was cut off what he said, near the bar area. Depp claims that his ex-wife Heard threw a vodka bottle at him and cut off the top of his middle finger.

Ms. Wass asked: "Have you heard about the vodka bottle on the worktop in the media?" Mr. King said: "Right."

Ms. Wass suggested: "Since the fingertip was found near the bar area, it must have been lost near the bar area." She added that it looked like Mr. Depp had "moved a lot".

Mr. King said: "It looked to me as if he had left this area to go to another area, yes." Ms. Wass said that Mr. King was "not qualified … to say where the injury took place or how the injury took place, you are not a pathologist".

Mr. King said: "I am not a pathologist … I know what I saw when I arrived at the house."

The estate manager saw cuts on Heard's arms and suggested that she put the sleeve down.

Mr. King was asked for his evidence that when he and Heard returned to LA from Australia after the finger incident, he noticed "some cuts on one of her (Mrs. Heards) arms".

Ms. Wass asked if they were "fresh", whereupon Mr. King said: "You were enough to say:" Maybe you should put your sleeve down. "

The lawyer added, "You advised her to roll her sleeves down because someone could take a picture of her injuries … and Ms. Heard was fully aware of the fact that photographers could take pictures of her from time to time?" Mr. King said that was correct.

Ms. Wass then asked for his evidence that Ms. Heard asked him on the flight, "Have you ever been so angry with someone that you just lost him?" and that he replied that he didn't have.

The lawyer said, "When it was said, nothing was said about who she was talking about?" Mr. King said: "You asked me a question."

Ms. Wass asked: "And you didn't ask what she was referred to, did you?" Mr. King replied: "I don't remember asking." He added, "I know she said it and I know my answer."

Aide found it "strange" that "a large number of boxes of wine were brought into the house".

In the early morning, Ms. Wass asked Mr. King: "When you were first interviewed for this job, you were told that Depp was a direct hit because he was a drunk." Mr. King said that was correct.

Ms. Wass then said, "When you arrived at the house where Depp and Heard lived in London, there were a relatively large number of boxes of wine that were brought into the house, and you found it strange."

The lawyer also said, "You came to the conclusion that Ms. Heard drank two bottles of wine a night." Mr. King replied: "Not every night … it was a regular event, but not every night."

Ms. Wass said: "Because you counted the bottles of wine." Mr. King said he "had a mental record just in case I need to refill".

Ms. Wass said to Mr. King: “For you, Mr. Depp was sober at the time. Did you know if he was drug free at the time? & # 39; Mr. King said, "I don't know."

Ms. Wass asked, "Is that something he would have done in front of you anyway?"

Mr. King replied: “I didn't know if he was drug free. It was none of my business. & # 39; Ms. Wass then read an SMS sent by Depp in 2014, in which he wrote: “I will gracefully slide into a massage of my broken neck and back.

& # 39; I'll show up a monster in an hour. Shall we swallow an E or maybe MDMA at about 8 p.m. and go to dinner … in a small Peruvian place? & # 39; The lawyer said, "Your evidence is that you saw no sign of Mr. Depp taking drugs."

The property manager says Depp "sometimes seemed to smoke cannabis in the house"

Mr. King initially agreed, but after further questions from Ms. Wass admitted that Depp "sometimes seemed to smoke cannabis in the house". He said it was "maybe every day," but added, "It didn't concern me."

Ms. Wass asked how he knew that only Heard was drinking the wine, to which Mr. King said he would only see a glass in the morning. Mr. King added: "I'm pretty sure Mr. Depp wasn't drinking when I was in the house."

Ms. Wass then referred to notes that would be left around the house after disputes in London in which Mr. Depp wrote: "Let's not do this again, I love you."

Ms. Wass suggested that the notes were "peace notes," to which the former estate manager said he did not know the details.

The lawyer asked, "Did you know the content of these arguments? How on earth can you say that (Ms. Heard was an aggressor)? & # 39; "That's how I see it."

"Because you came here to support Mr. Depp against Ms. Heard"? Ms. Wass asked. Mr. King said, "I support Mr. Depp's claim, yes."

The court was again played a video clip, in which Depp paces up and down in a room and beats closet doors, which was secretly filmed by Heard.

48-year-old actress Ryder of Stranger Things, who had a relationship with Depp (57) in the 1990s, will provide evidence of the actor's case this afternoon through a video link from Los Angeles. The court had previously heard that Depp had a "Winona Forever" tattoo when the couple was an item that he later changed to "Wino Forever".

At a preliminary hearing, part of Ryder’s testimony was exposed to say, “I cannot address Ms. Heard's allegations. He was never violent towards me. He never, never abused me. & # 39;

The actress will testify this afternoon after the court heard about Depp's former and current property managers, Mr. King and Kevin Murphy, in the morning. Even today, the court is said to hear about actress and lawyer from the #MeToo movement Katherine Kendall, who claims that she was "misquoted" in The Sun's article.

In court documents, Depp's lawyers said Kendall would explain how upset she was that the article was presented as if she "advocated" a comparison between the actor and the shameful film mogul Harvey Weinstein.

In a complaint to the sun, Kendall wrote: "I never wanted to be in an article that referred to Johnny Depp as a" thug ". I told you that I didn't know this was true at all! I have heard SEVERAL times that she actually abused him.

"He's never been a convicted" thug. "It seems that the whole article was about defaming him. I kept saying over and over that I didn't know he had harmed her.

"Even a picture just makes it" shine ". I'm telling you that you misquoted me and deliberately took things I said out of context, since I now know that your goal was to get Johnny Depp defame.

“I told you I heard Amber Heard hit him, so you know I don't tolerate violence. You have wrongly tried to use the #MeToo movement for your purposes by using me this way. & # 39;

The court will also hear from Kate James, Heard's former personal assistant, who is expected to testify about Heard's red wine consumption and her impression of Depp.

Heard is also expected to ask her to help prepare a letter to the U.S. Homeland Security Agency in 2014 that incorrectly claimed that one of Heard's employees was just a friend, which meant that she would not violate any regulations.

The trial judge, Mr. Justice Nicol, said in a preliminary ruling that he would decide during the trial whether Ms. James' evidence of what was referred to in court as an "episode with Australian dogs" could be part of Depp's case .

In 2016, Heard and Depp recorded a notorious video apologizing for illegally bringing their Yorkshire terriers Pistol and Boo to Australia.

Yesterday one of Depp's security officials told the court that the actor lied that he had lost the top of his middle finger "just to protect" his ex-wife Heard.

Malcolm Connolly, who has worked for Depp and his family for around 16 years, said the Hollywood star was "in emotional distress and panic" after being cut off in an incident in Australia in March 2015.

Mr. Connolly gave evidence before the Royal Courts of Justice in London yesterday and when he and another guard arrived at the property, Depp said to him, “She cut my finger off. She smashed my hand with a bottle of vodka. & # 39;

The episode in Australia is one of 14 violent behavior allegations that 34-year-old Heard has raised against Depp that The Sun relies on to defend the claim that he is a "thug".

Heard claims Depp lost the tip of his finger when he slammed a phone against a wall, but the actor says his ex-wife threw a vodka bottle on him that smashed and severed his finger.

Amber Heard leaves the Ham Yard Hotel in London's Soho with her lawyer Jennifer Robinson (in a red dress) this morning.

Amber Heard leaves the Ham Yard Hotel in Soho, London this morning

Amber Heard leaves the Ham Yard Hotel in London's Soho with her lawyer Jennifer Robinson (in a red dress) this morning.

Johnny Depp is hospitalized with a severed finger after the incident in Australia in March 2015

Johnny Depp is hospitalized with a severed finger after the incident in Australia in March 2015

Johnny Depp's severed finger after the March 2015 incident in Australia that was released in a lawsuit

Johnny Depp's severed finger after the March 2015 incident in Australia that was released in a lawsuit

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".

Johnny Depp vs. The Sun: Key Issues in the Defamation Process

Hollywood star Johnny Depp's defamation lawsuit against The Sun begins its second week on Monday. These are the key questions that the trial judge, Mr. Justice Nicol, has to answer.

– Whether the April 2018 tabloid article Dan Wootton defamed Depp. Under the Defamation Act 2013, a statement is not defamatory, unless its publication seriously harms the applicant's reputation.

– Sun's editor, News Group Newspapers (NGN), defends the claim and relies on a defense of the truth. It is up to the publisher to prove that the claims made in the article are “essentially true”.

– The meaning of the article, defined as what it would mean to the "reasonable reader", must be determined by the judge. However, NGN lawyers say that the differences between the rival meanings claimed by each side are "insignificant" and the outcome of the case will therefore have no meaning.

– Depp's case is that the article meant that, after overwhelming evidence, he was guilty of serious domestic violence against his wife at the time, causing significant injuries, and causing her to fear for her life, for which he was forced to do no less pay as £ 5 million to compensate them and which resulted in him being subjected to an ongoing injunction; and for this reason it is not suitable to work in the film industry. "He vigorously denies the allegations, claiming that he" never beat or committed physical violence against Ms. Heard. "

– The meaning that NGN seeks to prove is that the Claimant hit his wife Amber Heard, causing serious injuries and occasional fear for her life. They rely on 14 different allegations of violence and more generally claim that Depp was "controlled and verbal and physically abusive" to Ms. Heard, especially when he was under the influence of alcohol and / or drugs throughout their relationship. NGN's lawyers say that an important issue for the judge will be what substances Depp used during the relationship. They claim that he has often lost control of himself, in part because of his heavy drug and alcohol use, and that his memory has been affected by his heavy drug use.

– If Depp wins his case, the judge must decide what compensation to pay for the damage to his reputation and for "hardship, injury, and humiliation." There is a defamation limit for common defamation of £ 300,000 to £ 325,000. However, if he succeeds in this, Depp can also claim increased damages. The actor also asked for a definitive injunction against NGN, who according to his legal team "kept the article on their website and kept their allegation to the bitter end".

He also said that Heard was "absolutely hysterical" and called to Depp: "Will you just leave it that way, you cowardly coward?"

Sasha Wass QC, representative of NGN, said Mr. Depp had "found various possible explanations to give other people how his finger was damaged".

Mr. Connolly said that these statements were "only for the protection of Amber" and added: "The usual victim pattern is to protect the perpetrator for some reason."

The former prison official also claimed that "Ms. Heard hit or beat Mr. Depp" was not a "one-time event" and said it was "in Australia and Los Angeles".

Depp's lawyer David Sherborne asked Mr. Connolly: "Have you ever seen Mr. Depp physically assault or hit Ms. Heard at any time?"

Mr. Connolly said, "No – and I would not tolerate a man beating a woman. I wouldn't tolerate who he was. & # 39; 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. & # 39;

The court also heard evidence from Tara Roberts, Depp's estate administrator on his island in the Bahamas, who said in her testimony: "I have never seen Johnny, an unusually friendly man, being violent or aggressive towards Amber or anyone else."

Ms. Roberts said "it was Ms. Heard who was the most violent" and described how she saw Depp with a "red, swelling cut" on the bridge of her nose after Heard appeared to have dropped a can of paint thinner on his face.

She also claimed Heard insulted Depp, called him "washed off" and "fat", and was aggressive towards the actor during a Christmas visit to the Bahamas in 2015.

Samantha McMillen, Depp's stylist since 2002, who also worked for Heard during the couple's relationship, indicated that she hadn't seen any visible injuries the day after Depp's alleged attack on Heard in December 2015.

She said Heard said to her after recording James Corden's The Late Late Show on December 16, 2015, "Can you believe I just did this show with two black eyes?"

Ms. McMillen said in her testimony: "Ms. Heard had no black eyes and was visibly unharmed all day and at that moment."

The stylist indicated that he had seen Ms. Heard in a “chance encounter” on May 24, 2016, three days after the star, the Pirates of the Caribbean, allegedly threw his ex-wife's own cell phone at her and struck her in the eye .

On this occasion, she said: “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. & # 39;

The court finally heard evidence from Hilda Vargas, Depp's Los Angeles housekeeper for more than 30 years, who was asked about the "defecation incident" when she found feces in Depp and Heard's bed after the actress's 30th birthday party on April 21, 2016 .

Ms. Heard claims that one of her two little Yorkshire terriers, Pistol and Boo, was responsible, but Depp said he was "convinced" that it was Heard "or one of her cohorts" who settled in bed.

Ms. Vargas said that she was "horrified and disgusted" to find "a large pile of feces" in bed – and that "it was clear to me" that it was "human size" because of the size.

Johnny Depp and Winona Ryder in September 1990 in Los Angeles. Ryder will testify via video link this afternoon

Johnny Depp and Winona Ryder in September 1990 in Los Angeles. Ryder will testify via video link this afternoon

The 57-year-old Depp and the 34-year-old Heard met on the set of the comedy "The Rum Diary" from 2011 and got married in February 2015 in Los Angeles. They can be seen at the premiere of the film in November 2011 in London

The 57-year-old Depp and the 34-year-old Heard met on the set of the comedy & # 39; The Rum Diary & # 39; from 2011 and married in February 2015 in Los Angeles. They can be seen at the premiere of the film in November 2011 in London

In 2016, Heard and Depp recorded a video apologizing for illegally bringing their Yorkshire terriers Pistol and Boo to Australia

In her testimony, Ms. Vargas said: “I knew that the droppings could not come from Depps or Heards' two small dogs. "I've cleaned up these dogs many times and their feces are much smaller."

Ms. Vargas provided evidence through a Spanish interpreter from the United States, saying that she was "angry" and thought that this showed a "lack of respect". She took photos of the faeces and sent them to Depp's estate administrator Kevin Murphy.

Ms. Vargas said she saw Heard on May 24, 2016, and saw no "bruises, stains, injuries" on her face.

The star of the Pirates of the Caribbean sued NGN and Mr. Wootton for posting an article on April 27, 2018 with the headline: "Gone Potty: How Can JK Rowling Be Really Happy in Casting Wife Johnny Depp's" Fantastic Beasts " "be?? & # 39;

His lawyers say the article meant that there was "overwhelming evidence." Depp attacked Heard several times, leaving her "in fear for her life".

Heard claims that during the incident in Australia, she was subjected to a "three-day hostage situation" in which Depp drank too much and took pills.

NGN defends the article as true, saying that Depp "controlled and verbally and physically abused Ms. Heard, especially when he was under the influence of alcohol and / or drugs."

DAY 6: Amber Heard claims Johnny Depp has 'two black eyes' before she posed with James Corden for selfies on the Late, Late Show – but a make-up artist who styled her on the set says she hasn't seen a single injury

Amber Heard claimed that Johnny Depp gave her "two black eyes" with James Corden the day before her appearance on the Late, Late Show – but the stylist who had made up her makeup told a court yesterday that she " have no visible "injuries.

Samantha McMillen said she spent "much of the afternoon and early evening" with Heard on December 16, 2015, as she was preparing to appear on James Corden's show – and "could see clearly" that Heard had no marks, cuts or had bruises.

Depp is said to have been violent against Heard in a dispute in her penthouse in Los Angeles the day before, which he denies. The Hollywood star is suing The Sun for an April 2018 article calling him the "thug."

Ms. McMillen said that on December 16, she saw Heard "in good light, up close, and without makeup" and "clearly saw that Ms. Heard had no visible traces, bruises, cuts, or injuries" on any part of her body .

In a testimony released to the High Court in London yesterday, Ms. McMillen claimed that Heard said to her after the actress appeared on the US program, "Can you believe I did this show with only two black eyes? ? "

The stylist, who has been with Depp since 2002 and was Stylist during the couple's relationship, said, "Ms. Heard had no black eyes and was visibly unharmed all day and at that moment."

Ms. McMillen, who also styled Brie Larson and Ryan Gosling, added: "I later learned that Ms. Heard had accused Mr. Depp of using legal records and the media to abuse her last night, December 15, 2015 to have."

When Ms. McMillen left Heard's company on December 16, she claimed she had overheard her statement to her friend Raquel Pennington, who came to the show with her, "Make sure you put these pictures on my computer."

But the stylist added that she "didn't know what photos she was referring to". Heard's legal team later issued photos with facial injuries at the time of the alleged attack, but they are not dated.

In another alleged incident the following year in May 2016, Ms. McMillen also claimed that Heard had no facial injuries, despite the actress claiming that Depp had attacked her three days earlier.

Amber Heard claimed that Johnny Depp physically abused her one day before attending the Late, Late Show with James Corden on December 16, 2015 (above) - and said after her appearance that "she was doing this show with only two black eyes." have".

Amber Heard claimed that Johnny Depp physically abused her one day before attending the Late, Late Show with James Corden on December 16, 2015 (above) – and said after her appearance that "she was doing this show with only two black eyes." have".

Heard is pictured as he appears on December 16, 2015 in The Late, Late Show, a U.S. chat program

Heard is pictured as he appears on December 16, 2015 in The Late, Late Show, a U.S. chat program

Poses with guests Luke Bracey and Wanda Skyes on the Late, Late Show with James Corden on December 16, 2015

Poses with guests Luke Bracey and Wanda Skyes on the Late, Late Show with James Corden on December 16, 2015

Heard is featured in a promotional photo for the Late, Late Show on December 16, 2015, which was issued as part of a lawsuit

Heard is featured in a promotional photo for the Late, Late Show on December 16, 2015, which was issued as part of a lawsuit

Ms. McMillen said she saw a tearful hearing at Depp's house in West Hollywood on May 24, 2016, but could not see any "marks, bruises, cuts, or injuries" on any part of her body.

Three days later, Ms. McMillen read in the media that Heard had gone to court with "noticeable facial injuries" and claimed that Depp had inflicted it on her.

However, the stylist said Depp left Los Angeles on May 22, and therefore "could not cause the evidence that Ms. Heard appeared in court on May 27, 2016."

Ms. McMillen was asked to testify via video link in Depp's defamation lawsuit against The Sun newspaper about an April 2018 article from the United States calling him a "thug."

Sasha Wass, for The Sun Publishing News Group Newspapers (NGN), said Ms. McMillen was asked to testify on two dates – December 16, 2015 and May 24, 2016 – when she saw Ms. Heard.

The lawyer showed Ms. McMillen a series of photos from around December 16, 2015, to show Ms. Heard with spots and bruises on her face.

After Ms. McMillen showed a photo taken on December 15 that appears to have Heard's face suddenly on her face, she said, "I don't remember how she looked that day."

Photos show bruises over Heard's bridge of nose and under her eyes after Depp allegedly hit her in 2015 with a head butt

Crushes over Heard's bridge of nose and under her eyes

At the time of the alleged attack on December 15, 2015, Heards' team of lawyers issued photos of facial injuries showing bruises over the bridge of the nose and under the eyes after Depp allegedly hit her head. Depp is said to have been shown these pictures in court last week when he testified

Photos after the December 2015 incident show bruises on Heard's face after Depp allegedly hit her with a head butt

Bruising on Heard's face after Depp allegedly hit her head

Photos after the alleged December 2015 incident show bruises on Heard's face after Depp claimed to have hit her with a head butt. These two images above were also released by Heard's team of lawyers

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

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

Ms. Wass asked: "Would you agree that this shows that there are bruises under both eyes?" Ms. McMillen replied, "It's not a clear picture, but it looks like it's dark around her eyes."

Johnny Depp's housekeeper was "disgusted" and found feces in bed that the actor shared with Amber Heard

Johnny Depp's housekeeper said she was "horrified and disgusted" when she found "a huge pile of feces" in bed that the actor shared with ex-wife Amber Heard.

In a testimony submitted to the High Court in the Hollywood actor's defamation lawsuit against The Sun newspaper, Hilda Vargas claimed that it was "clear" that the excrement was human and said that she knew that it was not one of them two small dogs of the couple.

The court previously heard that the day after Ms. Heard's 30th birthday celebration in April 2016, feces were found in the couple's penthouse bed in Los Angeles in the Eastern Columbia building.

The 34-year-old Heard claims that one of the two little Yorkshire terriers Pistol and Boo is responsible.

A picture from the testimony of Hilda Vargas, housekeeper of Depp at his properties in LA, which contains a picture of feces on his and Heards marriage bed from April 2016

A picture from the testimony of Hilda Vargas, housekeeper of Depp at his properties in LA, which contains a picture of feces on his and Heards marriage bed from April 2016

The 57-year-old Depp told the court that it was "a mystery" that had settled in bed and added that he was "convinced" that Ms. Heard or one of her cohorts was involved in the so-called "bowel movement".

In her written statement, Ms. Vargas, who has worked for Mr. Depp for more than 30 years, said that she arrived at the apartment on April 22, 2016 at around 3 p.m. and was just finished washing up and vacuuming when she heard another cleaning lady call out and she joined her in the master bedroom.

"She pointed to the bed and told me she couldn't believe what she found," said Mrs. Vargas.

I pulled back the top sheet on the bed and saw a large pile of feces. I was horrified and disgusted. I knew that this was human feces. I knew that the droppings could not come from Mr. Depps or Mrs. Heards' two small dogs.

"I've cleaned up these dogs many times and their feces are much smaller. Also, I never knew that these dogs droppings in bed. & # 39;

Ms. Vargas said in her statement that she took pictures of the feces in bed before washing and changing the sheets.

She later told Mr. Depp's estate administrator Kevin Murphy what she found because she was "so angry".

Ms. Vargas said she was working at Depp's West Hollywood house on May 24, 2016 when Heard arrived with her friend Raquel Pennington.

The housekeeper claimed that Heard called her and told her that the photos she took of the feces in bed "destroyed her marriage."

Ms. Vargas said: "I was very nervous and apologized, even though I did not think that her marriage problems were my fault or that I had done something wrong.

I also told Ms. Heard that the feces were there and there was nothing I could do. Ms. Heard argued with me and said there was no fecal matter in bed.

I said again that the feces were there, that they were big and smelled horrible. Ms. Heard continued to disagree with me, but I wanted to end the conversation as soon as possible. & # 39;

In her statement, Ms. Vargas also said that she "often" heard Ms. Heard "yell at Mr. Depp and others".

She said: “I think she is in a bad mood and I didn't want her to scream at me.

"On the contrary, in the over 30 years that I have worked for Mr. Depp, I have never seen Mr. Depp in contact with someone or yell at him."

A spokeswoman for Ms. Heard made a statement regarding Depp's allegation that she or one of her friends was responsible for defecating in the couple's bed, saying, “This allegation is completely false and was only designed to humiliate Ms. Heard.

“As the evidence in court showed, Mr. Depp has spoken for years about such a prank that corresponds to his lavatory and abusive sense of humor.

"Mr. Depp's team is trying to make the headlines at the expense of truth and distract from the serious, central question of the case: domestic violence."

Ms. Wass said, "Your evidence is that you did not see any of these injuries in the afternoon or on the night of December 16, when you were with Ms. Heard." Ms. McMillen said, "That's right."

Ms. Wass continued: “Ms. Heard informed a number of people about these injuries on the 15th and 16th. How close would you be to Ms. Heard? Ms. McMillen replied, "We had a good working relationship."

When asked if Heard would trust her, Ms. McMillen said, "I wouldn't say no. I would not be on your speed dial. & # 39;

Ms. Wass referred to a Heard message in December 2015 that read, "Johnny did a number with me tonight." The lawyer asked, "Did Ms. Heard ever tell you that Johnny made a number for her?"

Ms. McMillen said, "She never told me anything about it."

Ms. Wass then asked, “Do you think your loyalty is more to Mr. Depp than to Mrs. Heard? You have a longstanding relationship with Mr. Depp … he's a big figure in Hollywood.

"If there were a conflict of loyalty between Mr. Depp, your loyalty to Mr. Depp on the one hand, and your loyalty to Ms. Heard … who would take precedence?"

Ms. McMillen said, “I was closely connected to her at the time. I don't know what you assume, but I wouldn't get engaged to anyone. I'm obviously loyal because he's nice and loyal back, but for no other reason than this. & # 39;

Ms. Wass asked why Ms. Heard would allege domestic violence against Mr. Depp "unless it was true".

Ms. McMillen replied, "I don't know the answer to that."

Ms. McMillen told the court that Ms. Heard said to her after she started the James Corden show on December 16, 2015, "Can you believe I just did this show with two black eyes?"

The witness was asked: "As far as you could see, did Ms. Heard have two black eyes?"

Ms. McMillen replied, “I've never noticed anything like this when I saw her. I never noticed that she has two black eyes. & # 39;

Ms. Wass asked: "If you didn't see black eyes, didn't you ask what on earth she was talking about?"

Ms. McMillen said, "I didn't do it. We went at the end of the show and went our separate ways. We said goodbye.

"I was confused and I think I said something like" I don't know what to say ".

"I didn't see the black eyes, but I also don't want any kind of – I just wanted to go home."

Ms. McMillen was then asked for an email that Ms. Heard had sent to her publicist Jodi Gottlieb in the early morning hours of December 16 and said, "I am really hurt or I might have one or two blue eyes tomorrow." I may not be fit for tomorrow, but I won't know how bad the bruise is until the morning. & # 39;

Ms. Wass asked if there was "any reason" why Ms. Heard would send this email, "unless she actually had what she thought were two black eyes." Ms. McMillen replied, "I can't imagine why she would do that."

Ms. Wass asked, "After saying to you," Can you believe that I only did this show with two black eyes? "Didn't you think of offering her some support or making some kind of request instead of just going quickly?" Mrs. McMillen said, "I hugged her."

Ms. Wass suggested that Ms. Heard's make-up artist Melanie Inglessis said she would "give Ms. Heard a really bright red lipstick to try to cover the mark on her lip." Ms. McMillen said, "I don't remember that conversation."

Ms. Wass asked, "Do you remember Ms. Inglessi's Ms. Heard putting on extra make-up that night to cover the injuries?" Ms. McMillen replied, "I didn't notice that it was heavier than usual."

Ms. Wass asked Ms. McMillen if, after apparently seeing photos of Heard with markings, she still claims that there was nothing on her face on the 24th. Ms. McMillen replied, "When I saw her on May 24, 2016, I noticed nothing but her beautiful skin."

Ms. Wass suggested: "You are less open with the court … and you came to this court to help Johnny Depp, who is a person who is very important to your career." Ms. McMillen said, "I'm telling the truth."

Mr. Depp's lawyer, David Sherborne, referred Ms. McMillen to what she said in her testimony when she saw Ms. Heard on December 16, 2015, and asked, “If you had seen what Ms. Heard's face looked like in the photos that were shown to you, would you have given the evidence that you gave? & # 39; Ms. McMillen replied, "No, I would not."

Mr. Sherborne referred to a visit by her nurse Erin Boerum to Ms. Heard, who later remarked: “The client also states that her head is injured and that she has lost tufts of hair during the argument. The nurse (Ms. Boerum) looked briefly at Ms. Heard's scalp, but was unable to see the hematoma (bruising) described by the client. & # 39;

He asked Ms. McMillen, "Can you imagine a reason why Sister Boerum, who says she didn't see these bruises, would lie if she didn't see these bruises?" She replied, "I can't imagine why she would do that."

Mr. Sherborne then asked when Ms. McMillen saw Ms. Heard in Mr. Depp's house in LA on May 24, 2016. Ms. McMillen said that she "happened to meet her" and was at the house before Ms. Heard's arrival.

Mr. Sherborne said: “You are in Mr. Depp's house in West Hollywood and Ms. Heard shows up. She doesn't know you will be there … and you say when she showed up and didn't know you were going to be there, she wasn't wearing makeup. & # 39; Ms. McMillen said, "That's right."

Amber Heard leaves Los Angeles Supreme Court on May 27, 2016 with visible facial injuries

Amber Heard leaves Los Angeles Supreme Court on May 27, 2016 with visible facial injuries

Heard leaves the Los Angeles court on May 27, 2016 with an obvious bruise on his cheek

Heard leaves the Los Angeles court on May 27, 2016 with an obvious bruise on his cheek

Heard alleged before the LA court on May 27, 2016, that Depp had injured her

Heard alleged before the LA court on May 27, 2016, that Depp had injured her

Mr. Sherborne asked, "And without makeup, did you say that she had her usual beautiful skin?" Ms. McMillen said, "That's right."

Mr. Sherborne asked, "Did she (Mrs. Heard) tell you that Mr. Depp beat her up?" Ms. McMillen replied, "She said nothing of the sort."

Ms. McMillen was asked by Mr. Sherborne how Ms. Heard's face appears in a photo taken just before filming the James Corden show.

The stylist said Ms. Heard's skin looked "beautiful" and added, "This is how I remember how she looked when her makeup was done."

Mr. Sherborne said, “You were asked (by Ms. Wass) whether you had a conflict between your loyalty to Mr. Depp or your loyalty to Ms. Heard that would win. But can I ask you another question?

"Where was there a conflict between your loyalty to Mr. Depp and the need to lie to this court that would win?" Ms. McMillen replied, "I would not perjury for any reason, for anyone – friends or family, or anyone."

Also yesterday, the court heard Depp say Heard was "as full as a Christmas goose" and beat up her "constant insults" after claiming his wife smashed his hand with a vodka bottle and "cut my shit" fingers away & # 39 ;.

Ms. McMillen in New York on September 24, 2015

Ms. McMillen in West Hollywood on April 2, 2017

Ms. McMillen in New York on September 24, 2015 (left) and Hollywood on April 2, 2017 (right)

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 also heard from the property manager at his home in the Bahamas yesterday, 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.

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;

A model of the text messages Depp sent to his private doctor Dr. after the 2015 incident in Australia. David Kipper has sent

A model of the text messages Depp sent to his private doctor Dr. after the 2015 incident in Australia. David Kipper has sent

A model of the text messages Depp sent to his private doctor Dr. after the 2015 incident in Australia. David Kipper has sent

Johnny Depp pictured in front of the High Court yesterday

Amber Heard pictured in front of the high court yesterday

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

Amber Heard leaves the Ham Yard Hotel in London yesterday

Amber Heard leaves the Ham Yard Hotel in London yesterday

Heard leaves the Ham Yard Hotel in Soho, London yesterday, before the High Court trial continues

Tara Roberts, Depp's estate administrator on his island in the Bahamas, was also asked yesterday 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."

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."

"You're fat and you're going to die a lonely man": Amber Heard yelled at Johnny Depp after confronting him in his Bahamian 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.

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 closet.

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."

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.

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

Während eines Austauschs mit Depps Rechtsanwalt David Sherborne bestätigte Frau Roberts, dass sie den Videoclip noch nie gesehen hatte, bevor er vor Gericht abgespielt wurde, und dass sie nicht sah, dass der Schauspieler in diesem Clip gegen Heard gewalttätig war.

Sie sagte auch, dass sie nie gesehen habe, dass Herr Depp gewalttätig oder aggressiv gegenüber Frau Heard auf der Insel sei, und dass er sie nie geschlagen habe.

Herr Sherborne sagte dann, dass Frau Roberts in ihrer Zeugenaussage erklärte, dass Frau Heard auf der Insel kein Make-up trug, was der Gutsverwalter als „richtig“ bezeichnete.

Der Anwalt fragte: "Haben Sie jemals gesehen, dass sie auf der Insel blaue Flecken hatte?" Darauf antwortete Frau Roberts: "Nein."

Dann fragte er, ob Frau Roberts gesehen hätte, ob Frau Heard zu diesem Zeitpunkt Blutergüsse im Gesicht hatte, worauf sie antwortete: "Wenn sie es getan hätte, hätte ich es gesehen."

Herr Sherborne sagte, es sei von Frau Wass vorgeschlagen worden, dass Frau Roberts für ihren Lebensunterhalt von Depp abhängig sei, und sie teilte dem Gericht mit, dass ihr zusätzliches Einkommen aus einem Familienunternehmen auf den Bahamas stamme, zu dem eine Anwaltskanzlei und ein Autohaus gehören.

Der Anwalt sagte: „Frau Wass schlägt Ihnen vor, dass Sie nicht die Wahrheit sagen, weil Sie Angst haben, einen Job zu verlieren, den Sie lieben, Lebensunterhalt, Sie brauchen Ihr Zuhause auf der Insel.

Depps ehemaliger Leibwächter Malcolm Connolly

Depps ehemaliger Leibwächter Malcolm Connolly kommt gestern vor Gericht an

Depps ehemaliger Leibwächter Malcolm Connolly (Bild gestern), der seit etwa 16 Jahren für Depp und seine Familie arbeitet, sagte, der Schauspieler sei "in emotionaler Bedrängnis und Panik", nachdem sein Finger in Australien abgetrennt worden sei

"Lügen Sie, weil Sie sich Sorgen um diese Dinge machen, Frau Roberts?" Der Gutsverwalter antwortete: „Nein, ich lüge nicht. Ich lüge nicht.'

'Ich bin fertig. No more! ': Texte von Johnny Depp an einen Privatarzt

Texte, die Johnny Depp an seinen Privatarzt Dr. David Kipper geschickt hat, nachdem er behauptet hatte, Amber Heard habe sich im März 2015 in Australien einen Teil seines Fingers abgeschnitten:

& # 39;F *** ed, 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, die erniedrigende, herabwürdigende, herzzerreißendste Spucke, die nur von einem böswilligen, bösen und rachsüchtigen C ** t befreit wird !!!!! Aber weißt du was… ?? Weitaus verletzender als ihr giftiges und erniedrigendes, endloses "lehrreiches" Geschwätz … ???

»Sind ihre abscheulichen und absichtlich verletzenden Tiraden und ihre verdammt schockierende Behandlung des Mannes, den sie lieben sollte, vor allem … Hier ist der wahre Deal, Kumpel … Ihre Besessenheit mit sich selbst … ?? Ist viel wichtiger …

'Sie ist so verdammt in' AMBITIOUS !!! Sie ist so verzweifelt nach Erfolg und Ruhm … Wahrscheinlich wurde ich deshalb erworben, Kumpel … !! Obwohl sie mich mit was für einem traurigen alten Mann gehämmert hat, war ich …

'Cowan hat mir den grausamsten Gefallen getan … Ich bin so traurig … Ich habe mir den Mittelfinger abgeschnitten … Was soll ich tun? Außer natürlich ins Krankenhaus zu gehen … Es ist mir so peinlich, mit ihr in irgendetwas zu springen … '

Fordert Depps Buchhalter auf, mehr Beweise über die Konten des Schauspielers zu liefern, wenn behauptet wird, Heard sei ein "Goldgräber".

Kurz vor dem Mittagessen hörte das Gericht rechtliche Auseinandersetzungen darüber, ob Depps Buchhalter Edward White, der am Montag per Videolink aus den USA aussagte, gebeten werden könnte, während seiner Ehe mit Heard weitere Informationen über Depps Konten zu liefern.

Frau Wass QC sagte, dass "eine der Kritikpunkte an Frau Heard … ist, dass sie eine Goldgräberin ist". Frau Wass sagte, es sei vermutet worden, dass dies die "Motivation" für ihren "ausgeklügelten Scherz" sei, um Mr. Depp irgendwie auszutricksen.

Sie fügte hinzu: "Die Position ist, dass Frau Heard eine Einigung von 7 Millionen US-Dollar (5,5 Millionen Pfund) erhalten hat, als die Scheidung am 15. August 2016 zustande kam."

Frau Wass fuhr fort, wenn es wahr sei, dass Heard "Anspruch auf die Hälfte des Einkommens habe, das Herr Depp im Laufe ihrer Ehe erwirtschaftet habe … und der Vergleich erheblich geringer sei als das, was ihr zustehe, was wir sagen, ist die Position, es entmannt den Fall des Antragstellers erheblich. “

Sie sagte dem Gericht, dass Depps Einkommen zwischen Februar 2015 und Mai 2016 "ziemlich beträchtlich" sei und dass die Informationen, die NGN von Herrn White forderte, "Streiks im Herzen des Falles des Antragstellers" geben würden.

Depps Anwalt David Sherborne sagte, dass "es von Herrn Depp nicht vorgeschlagen wurde, dass es irgendetwas damit zu tun hat, ein Goldgräber zu sein".

Frau Wass bezog sich jedoch auf Depps Zeugenaussage, in der er sagte, dass er schließlich glaubte, dass Frau Heard "eine Agenda habe, nämlich mich zu heiraten, um ihre eigene Karriere voranzutreiben und / oder finanziell zu profitieren".

Sie bezog sich auch auf einen Text, den Depp kurz nach der Trennung des Paares geschickt hatte und der Heard als "Goldgraben, niedriges (und) Dutzend" bezeichnete, und fügte hinzu: "Goldgraben steht ganz oben auf der Liste."

Frau Wass sagte, sie habe "Herrn White gebeten, die Konten für das betreffende Jahr, das Jahr der Ehe, zu bestätigen, was er tun kann".

Heard kommt heute Morgen mit einer Gesichtsbedeckung bei den Royal Courts of Justice an, während die Gerichtsverfahren fortgesetzt werden

Heard kommt heute Morgen mit einer Gesichtsbedeckung bei den Royal Courts of Justice an, während die Gerichtsverfahren fortgesetzt werden

Amber Heard gestern vor Gericht

Johnny Depp kommt gestern am High Court an

Heard (links) kommt gestern vor dem High Court an, damit der Verleumdungsfall ihres Ex-Mannes Depp (rechts, ebenfalls gestern) fortgesetzt wird

Herr Justice Nicol sagte: "Ich bin nicht geneigt, Herrn White zu bitten, uns weitere Informationen über das Einkommen zu geben, das Herr Depp im Laufe der Ehe verdient hat, und über ihre Beziehung."

Der Richter fügte hinzu: "Herr White sollte gebeten werden, alle Informationen zu geben, die er über die Einigung geben kann, die mit Frau Heard im Rahmen der Scheidungsvereinbarung erzielt wurde."

Depp war "in emotionaler Bedrängnis", nachdem sein Finger in Australien abgetrennt worden war und angeblich eine Zigarette im Gesicht hatte

Zuvor hatte Depps ehemaliger Leibwächter gestern vor Gericht behauptet, Depp habe gesagt, Heard habe mir "den Finger abgeschnitten", nachdem er seine Hand mit einer Wodkaflasche zertrümmert und sich während einer lodernden Reihe eine Zigarette ins Gesicht gestoßen hatte.

Malcolm Connolly, der seit etwa 16 Jahren für Depp und seine Familie arbeitet, sagte, der Schauspieler sei "in emotionaler Bedrängnis und Panik", nachdem sein Finger in Australien abgetrennt worden sei.

Der Vorfall ist einer von 14 Vorwürfen wegen gewalttätigen Verhaltens, die Heard gegen ihren ehemaligen Ehemann erhoben hat und die im Mittelpunkt seiner Verleumdungsklage gegen die Zeitung The Sun stehen, die vor dem High Court in London verhandelt wird.

Herr Connolly sagte in einer Zeugenaussage, als er und ein anderer Wachmann auf dem Grundstück ankamen, sagte Depp zu ihm: »Sehen Sie sich meinen Finger an. Sie hat mir den Finger abgeschnitten. She smashed my hand with a bottle of vodka. & # 39;

Nach dem Vorfall in Australien sagte Herr Connolly, der Schauspieler habe ihm auch gesagt, Heard habe ihm eine Zigarette ins Gesicht gesteckt, und er habe ein Mal gesehen. It took place just one month after Heard and Depp had married in Las Vegas in February 2015.

The security officer said Heard's account of the incident bore 'no resemblance' to his recollection and that when he arrived at the house, the actress 'did not have any marks on her face or arms'.

He said he got to the property at about 1.30pm after receiving an urgent call from the head of Mr Depp's security team Jerry Judge, now deceased, who told him: 'Malcolm, get in the car, extract the boss from the situation.'

Mr Connolly said: 'I could hear the ruckus inside. I opened the door, which wasn't locked, and saw Johnny in the foyer area of the house. He and Amber were screaming at each other.

'She was wearing a sort of green silk night thing, you might call it a slip. I shouted at Johnny words to the effect of 'Come with me, you are coming with me'.

'I then took his arm trying to move him out, but he broke away. I said again words to the effect of 'Johnny, come with me'. It wasn't easy but I did get him outside.

'I had the car door open and when we were outside Johnny said to me words to the effect of 'Look at my finger. She's cut my f***ing finger off. She's smashed my hand with a vodka bottle'. I saw his finger and it was a mess.'

Mr Connolly's statement continued: 'Amber appeared at the door and then came close to the car, screaming and crying, calling out words along the lines of 'Are you just going to leave it like this, you f***ing coward?'

'Then she was saying 'I love you, I love you. Is this how you are going to end this?'. She was not making a lot of sense – one second she was begging Johnny not to leave the house and then she was screaming at him for running away.

'She was absolutely hysterical. I was worried that she might start throwing objects at Johnny, or at myself, as I had seen her throw objects before.

'For example, I had seen her lob a fork in Johnny's general direction once; another time I recall she threw a lighter at him, another time a can of coke. I knew that we needed to get out of there as soon as possible.'

Depp's bodyguard claims Heard 'did not have any marks on her face or arms'

Mr Connolly said he could see Heard's face 'very clearly', adding: 'She did not have any marks on her face or arms. She didn't look in any physical distress.

'I was much more concerned about Johnny. He was obviously in emotional distress and panicking. He wasn't that drunk or out of it though and was easily standing on his own and having a conversation.'

The security guard said the team knew the true cause of Depp's injury would 'create extremely bad publicity' and that Mr Judge suggested they should say at hospital that the actor had injured his finger while slicing onions.

Mr Connolly said: 'I thought it was fairly obvious that this was not true given the severity of the injury and suggested we say he jammed it into a car door. However we went with the onion cover story. The specialist didn't believe us for one second.'

He said Depp did not go back to the house over the next few days and stayed at Mr Connolly's apartment with him instead.

Frantic response saw Depp's security team say they 'have got to get over to his house urgently'

Sasha Wass QC, representing The Sun's publisher News Group Newspapers, asked Mr Connolly about the incident in Australia.

She said Mr Connolly was told by Jerry Judge, then Depp's head of security, that they 'have got to get over to Mr Depp's house urgently'. Mr Connolly said that when he arrived at the house 'there was an argument ongoing'.

Ms Wass asked if Mr Connolly could 'understand what Mr Depp was saying during the course of that argument'.

He replied: 'No, because I was outside… I could hear a ruckus, but I couldn't understand the actual words being said.' Ms Wass asked: 'Was there a time when you did get inside the house?' Mr Connolly replied: 'Yes.'

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

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

Depp has claimed that allegations of domestic violence made by Heard (pictured yesterday) 'mirrored' her abuse towards him

Amber Heard is pictured yesterday

Depp has claimed that allegations of domestic violence made by Heard (pictured yesterday) 'mirrored' her abuse towards him=

Ms Wass asked 'what sort of state' Depp was in, to which Mr Connolly said the actor was 'distraught'. She then asked if Depp was 'coherent' or if he 'appeared as if he had been drinking'.

Johnny Depp's security guard recalls actor's 'distress' after his finger was severed

One of Johnny Depp's security team has told the High Court the actor was 'in emotional distress and panicking' after his finger was severed during an incident in Australia.

The episode, in March 2015, is one of 14 allegations of violent behaviour Amber Heard has made against her former husband which are at the centre of his libel claim against The Sun newspaper.

Malcolm Connolly, who has worked for Mr Depp and his family for about 16 years, said in a witness statement that when he and another security guard arrived at the property, the Hollywood star told him: 'Look at my finger.

'She's cut my f***ing finger off. Sie hat meine Hand mit einer Wodkaflasche zerschlagen. & # 39;

Mr Connolly said the actor also told him Ms Heard had put a cigarette out on his face, and he saw a mark.

The security officer said Ms Heard's account of the incident bore 'no resemblance' to his recollection and that when he arrived at the house, the actress 'did not have any marks on her face or arms'.

He said he got to the property at about 1.30pm after receiving an urgent call from the head of Mr Depp's security team Jerry Judge, now deceased, who told him: 'Malcolm, get in the car, extract the boss from the situation.'

Mr Connolly said: 'I could hear the ruckus inside. I opened the door, which wasn't locked, and saw Johnny in the foyer area of the house.

'He and Amber were screaming at each other. She was wearing a sort of green silk night thing, you might call it a slip.

'I shouted at Johnny words to the effect of 'Come with me, you are coming with me'.

'I then took his arm trying to move him out, but he broke away. I said again words to the effect of 'Johnny, come with me'. It wasn't easy but I did get him outside.

'I had the car door open and when we were outside Johnny said to me words to the effect of 'Look at my finger. She's cut my f***ing finger off. She's smashed my hand with a vodka bottle'. I saw his finger and it was a mess.'

Mr Connolly's statement continued: 'Amber appeared at the door and then came close to the car, screaming and crying, calling out words along the lines of 'Are you just going to leave it like this, you f***ing coward?'

'Then she was saying 'I love you, I love you. Is this how you are going to end this?'.

'She was not making a lot of sense – one second she was begging Johnny not to leave the house and then she was screaming at him for running away.

'She was absolutely hysterical. I was worried that she might start throwing objects at Johnny, or at myself, as I had seen her throw objects before.

'For example, I had seen her lob a fork in Johnny's general direction once; another time I recall she threw a lighter at him, another time a can of coke.

'I knew that we needed to get out of there as soon as possible.'

Mr Connolly said he could see Ms Heard's face 'very clearly', adding: 'She did not have any marks on her face or arms. She didn't look in any physical distress.

'I was much more concerned about Johnny. He was obviously in emotional distress and panicking. He wasn't that drunk or out of it though and was easily standing on his own and having a conversation.'

The security guard said the team knew the true cause of Mr Depp's injury would 'create extremely bad publicity' and that Mr Judge suggested they should say at hospital that the actor had injured his finger while slicing onions.

Mr Connolly said: 'I thought it was fairly obvious that this was not true given the severity of the injury and suggested we say he jammed it into a car door.

'However we went with the onion cover story. The specialist didn't believe us for one second.'

He said Mr Depp did not go back to the house over the next few days and stayed at Mr Connolly's apartment with him instead.

Mr Connolly said: 'It's hard to tell with Johnny because it takes some amount of volume of alcohol.' He added: 'He didn't appear that drunk to me.'

Mr Connolly said that after he arrived at the house in Australia in March 2015, Depp was 'having a conversation with me, straight as a die'.

Ms Wass asked if Depp appeared to be rational, to which the personal security guard said: 'I don't know about rational because he was in shock.'

The barrister then asked if Depp appeared to have taken drugs, and whether Mr Connolly was 'familiar with what he was like when he took drugs'. Mr Connolly said: 'I'm never privy to that sort of behaviour… I have never seen it.'

Bodyguard denies claims that Depp was 'covered in blood and paint and dirt and he was dishevelled'

Ms Wass suggested: 'He was absolutely filthy, wasn't he? Untidy… covered in blood and paint and dirt and he was dishevelled and didn't appear as if he had washed. He was properly filthy?' Mr Connolly said that was not the case.

Ms Wass suggested to Mr Connolly that his evidence in his witness statement – that Mr Depp told him, 'she's cut my f****** finger off. She's smashed my hand with a vodka bottle' – was not true. Mr Connolly replied: 'I can only say I was there, I witnessed it.'

Ms Wass said Depp had 'come up with a variety of potential explanations to give to other people about how his finger was damaged'. Mr Connolly said that those explanations were 'only to protect Amber'.

He added that the story that Depp had trapped the finger in the 'accordion doors' in the house was 'my story'.

Ms Wass asked: 'You cooked up that lie, did you?' Mr Connolly said: 'Yes.'

Ms Wass then took Mr Connolly to a text sent by Depp to his private doctor, David Kipper, shortly after he lost the tip of his finger which read: 'F*****, man. Had another one. I just cannot live like this. She is as full of s**t as a Christmas goose!!!

'I'm done. NO MORE!!! The constant insults, the demeaning, belittling, most heartbreaking spew that is only released from a malicious, evil and vindictive c***!!!!!'

The message added: 'I cut the top of my middle finger off… What should I do!?? Except, of course, go to a hospital…'

Ms Wass asked: 'Would you agree it appears that Mr Depp was accepting that he cut the top of his finger off in that text?'

Mr Connolly said: 'Yes, it's how it's worded.'

Depp asked his assistant for 'more whitey stuff'

Ms Wass then read out a text sent by Depp to his assistant Nathan Holmes, just five minutes later, which read: 'Need more whitey stuff ASAP, brotherman. And the E business.'

Mr Connolly said the reference to 'whitey stuff' was 'probably cocaine' and that 'E business' was a reference to ecstasy.

Ms Wass then suggested that the house was 'completely wrecked', but Mr Connolly said: 'I never saw the house completely wrecked. I only got as far as the front foyer.'

The barrister asked: 'You couldn't see paint that had been graffitied all over the house? You couldn't see damage?' Mr Connolly said: 'No.'

He also said he did not see any broken windows at the property. Ms Wass then said: 'As far as you were concerned, Ms Heard was uninjured.' Mr Connolly replied: 'That's correct, yes.'

Ms Wass asked: 'What opportunity did you have to look at Ms Heard to say that?' Mr Connolly said that when he was 'trying to get Johnny in the car, Amber came to the front door screaming and shouting'.

Ms Wass asked if he was 'absolutely sure' he did not see any scratches on Heard's arms, to which Mr Connolly said he was.

She also asked if Mr Connolly saw a 'bruise on her (Heard's) face', to which he said he had not.

Ms Wass asked Mr Connolly about an audio recording, part of which was played to the court, which was made during the incident in Australia in March 2015.

The court heard a male voice, which Mr Connolly said he recognised as Depp's voice, shouting unintelligibly, and the security guard said the actor was 'in shock' at that point.

Ms Wass said the recording was made over five hours and included various conversations, with Depp, his doctor and Mr Judge, all heard on the full audio.

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'.

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 would not tolerate a man beating a woman. I wouldn't tolerate who he was. & # 39; 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'.

Yesterday's evidence comes 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 on Monday 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).

On Monday, 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 on Monday 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.

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'.

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

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

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 the fight with Heard, which resulted in his finger being severed. He admitted that some of it was done with his blood and some with paint

Depp also admitted to doing graffiti on a bathroom mirror after the fight with Heard, which resulted in his finger being severed. He admitted that some of it was done with his blood and some with paint

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

Depp's island in the Bahamas is pictured. Depp's trial heard yesterday from the property manager at his Bahamas home, who said Heard had told Depp during a row in December 2015 that his 'career is over', he would die a lonely man' and called him 'fat'

Depp's island in the Bahamas is pictured. Depp's trial heard yesterday from the property manager at his Bahamas home, who said Heard had told Depp during a row in December 2015 that his 'career is over', he would die a lonely man' and called him 'fat'

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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