Amber Heard says Depp denied prenup and said his only way out of marriage is death
WARNING: This article contains allegations of physical and sexual violence that some readers may find distressing.
Amber Heard gave her second day of testimony on Thursday at the trial in a defamation lawsuit brought against her by ex-husband Johnny Depp.
Heard is being sued by Depp for $50 million for suggesting he abused her in a 2018 Washington Post editorial. Although she did not name him, he claims her allegations affected his ability to work.
The trial is on hiatus for a week, with both sides issuing statements of confidence about the progress of the case.
On Thursday, Heard spoke extensively about his troubled relationship with Depp and detailed alleged physical altercations. The court heard a harrowing account of an alleged sexual assault on Heard during a brutal and bloody brawl in Australia in 2015.
Heard had previously described an “unusual and remarkable” first encounter with Depp and a blossoming relationship when she fell in love “upside down”. However, her testimony took a darker turn as she remembered the first time he assaulted her, his jealousy and his drug and alcohol use.
Heard seems to falter when she almost walks into Depp
Courtroom footage shows Amber Heard visibly cringing as she realizes she and Johnny Depp are walking straight towards each other.
The awkward moment came on Thursday when Heard left the bank. Security guards quickly redirected the two actors away from each other.
Nathan PlaceMay 8, 2022 3:00 pm
What the Depp v Heard Trial Says About #MeToo
Movements like #MeToo have highlighted the pervasive nature of the sexual harassment, violence and abusive relationships that women and girls experience.
#MeToo should herald a new era with greater understanding of the dynamics of abusive relationships, the mistreatment of survivors of sexual violence, and the sociocultural context that supports perpetrators and allows them to hide in plain sight. – Katie Edwards he writes.
But then came Depp v Heard 2.0 – and everything that went before seems to count for nothing – She adds.
Read her full feature here:
Lamiat SabinMay 8, 2022 2:08 pm
Depp and Heard issue duel statements about trial
Johnny Depp and Amber Heard have issued dueling statements about the trial so far, each expressing confidence that their side is winning.
“While Heard’s stories continued to develop new and convenient details, Depp’s memories have remained exactly the same over the painful six years since his first allegations were made,” Depp’s spokesperson added, according to the statement. . People magazine. “Its truth – the truth – is the same no matter what setting it is presented in.”
A spokesperson for Ms. Heard, however, said The Independent that “as evidenced by the newly released statement, Depp’s defamation claim is falling apart so quickly that his attorney is transforming from prosecutor to stalker.”
Nathan PlaceMay 8, 2022 4:00 am
Johnny Depp vs Amber Heard: The Most Explosive Moments So Far
In the first two weeks of depositions, the jury heard a number of witnesses, including the couple’s former marriage counselor, his friends and Depp himself.
Testimony painted a captivating and disturbing portrait of the actors’ doomed marriage, exposing violent fights, drug use and cruel words. Here are some of the most dramatic moments so far:
Johnny Depp vs Amber Heard: Most Explosive Judgment Moments So Far
In the first two weeks of depositions, the jury heard a number of witnesses, including the couple’s former marriage counselor, his friends and Depp himself. Testimony painted a captivating and disturbing portrait of the actors’ doomed marriage, exposing violent fights, drug use and cruel words to each other. Here are some of the most dramatic moments so far.
Nathan PlaceMay 8, 2022 3:00 am
Who is Amber Heard?
While Amber Heard’s tumultuous relationship with Johnny Depp has made headlines, the 36-year-old actress is an actress, activist and model in her own right.
Here’s a detailed breakdown of who Amber Heard is, including her childhood, film and television career, and everything in between:
Nathan PlaceMay 8, 2022 02:00
Heard says he filmed Depp ‘howling like an animal’ on a plane
Amber Heard told the court she recorded Johnny Depp “howling like an animal” while allegedly intoxicated on a private flight from Boston to Los Angeles because he couldn’t remember how bad it was afterwards.
An alleged violent incident on the flight occurred in May 2014, after Heard flew from New York to Boston to meet Depp on the flight to Los Angeles.
“I knew in every cell of my body something was wrong,” she said of Depp’s arrival on the plane. “He comes up to me and doesn’t say a word to me, but he just goes and sits in a different seat across from me.”
Nathan PlaceMay 8, 2022 1:00 am
Amber Heard Says Hearing Depp’s Testimony Was ‘Horrible’
After Johnny Depp and other witnesses on his side finished their testimony, Amber Heard called her experience of listening to them “horrible” and the “most difficult thing” she’s ever had to do.
Nathan PlaceMay 8, 2022 00:00
Photos show Johnny Depp ‘passed out after drug binge’, says Heard
The jury in Amber Heard’s defamation trial saw footage of Johnny Depp allegedly passed out after using drugs, while his ex-wife continued her testimony on Thursday.
Heard said he would “look for clues” about Depp’s alcohol and drug use.
“He would pass out, get sick and lose control of himself. And people would find it and fix it… I would take pictures to document it,” she said.
Nathan PlaceMay 7, 2022 23:00
Psychologist says she didn’t diagnose Heard with personality disorder
Psychologist Dawn Hughes testified that she did not diagnose Amber Heard with a personality disorder.
“I did not create a personality disorder in Ms. Heard,” Hughes said when she testified on Tuesday.
Hughes also claimed that Depp committed various acts of sexual and physical violence against Heard over the course of their tumultuous marriage, which ended in divorce in 2016.
Psychologist testifies that she did not diagnose Amber Heard with personality disorder
Psychologist Dawn Hughes testified that she did not diagnose Amber Heard with a personality disorder. “I didn’t give Ms. Heard a personality disorder,” said Dr. Hughes testifying on Tuesday. She was the first witness to testify on behalf of the Hollywood star after Johnny Depp’s lawyers dropped the case earlier in the day. Dr. Hughes also alleged that Depp committed various acts of sexual and physical violence against Ms. Heard throughout their tumultuous marriage, which ended in divorce in 2016. Click here to sign up for our newsletters.
Nathan PlaceMay 7, 2022 10:00 pm
What Heard and Depp Said About Their Infamous Finger Cutting Fight
The two actors’ differing accounts of the incident were a key point of the trial. Mrs. Heard said she wasn’t awake when the injury happened; Depp claimed her finger was torn off when Heard threw a bottle of vodka at him.
Nathan PlaceMay 7, 2022 21:00