Editor’s note: Some testimonies include graphic language and descriptions of sexual and physical assault.
Actor Amber Heard returned to court Thursday in a civil hearing over a defamation suit filed by her ex-husband. Johnny Depp As one of the witnesses called by his lawyers.
Deb Hert sued $ 50 million for $ 50 million in Fairfax County Circuit Court in Virginia, writing in December 2018 in The Washington Post describing him as “a public figure representing domestic abuse.” Although his name was never mentioned in the article, his lawyers say he was slandered. Hert sued for $ 100 million, with Depp’s lawyer defaming his allegations of fraud as a hoax.
Thanks to reports from Depp and his lawyer Adam Waltman about her, she said she was “persecuted, humiliated and threatened every day.”
“Entering this courtroom and sitting in front of this world and having the worst parts of my life and even the things I lived in humiliated me. People want to kill me, they tell me that every day. People. I want to put my baby in the microwave, they tell me that.” He said.
He asserted that his confession had been obtained through torture, and that his confession had been obtained through torture.
Deb is Denied He occasionally attacked Heard, and claims he was abusive in the relationship. Have heard Testified about She claims to have experienced more than ten separate incidents of physical abuse at Depp’s hands.
Depp’s legal team adjourned its case the previous day after summoning its own witnesses, including Depp.
Dep Testified WednesdayHeard called the allegations “crazy.”
“It’s ridiculous, humiliating, ridiculous, painful, barbaric, unbelievably brutal, cruel and all lies,” Depp said when asked about his reaction to hearing Heard’s allegations during a previous trial.
He and Heard testified in detail before the trial.
On Wednesday, Depp’s ex-girlfriend, supermodel Kate Moss, denied that Depp was pushed or attacked during their relationship. When the two were dating in the 1990s, Deb was rumored to have pushed Moss down a flight of stairs and, in his testimony, made a reference to Moss.
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