Amber Heard Accuses Johnny Depp of Putting Cigarette Out on Her, Courtroom Audio
Amber accuses him of putting cigarette out on her …
In courtroom audio
4/25/2022 10: 56 AM PT
1: 21 PM PT — “I’m gonna die! Amber said, “You’re causing so much stress” during yet another heated argument with Johnny. While Depp was standing, Amber’s legal team recorded the face-off in court.
She begged him to stop fighting and have a “normal argument”. He agreed that they needed some time apart and asked for a driver to drive her back to their downtown Los Angeles home. Johnny stated that she wasn’t “in any condition to drive.” “
Depp also said, “This isn’t love.” This is not happiness. “
The audio was played Monday in court — day four of Depp’s testimony. Amber says, “Put your F–king cigarettes out onto someone else… you f have consequences. “
Although there is no visual evidence, Amber Heard’s lawyer pointed to the fact that Johnny didn’t deny she was burned with a pipe. He simply says, “Shut up fat*ss!”
Depp, during cross-examination, denied ever throwing a cigar at Heard or using him to put one out. Depp said that he thought that Ms. Heard”.
This is the latest accusation to be made in the ongoing trial. Amber’s lawyer played another audio clip in which Amber said: “After I beat the sh*t out you then a week later, you show up at mine doorstep. “
As you know, Depp is suing his ex-wife for $50 million, claiming she lied when she accused him of physically abusing her … Amber is countersuing for $100 mil for defamation, claiming he coordinated a smear campaign against her.
Last week, JD kicked off his testimony by saying he’d never hit Amber — despite her claims — and that he was there in court seeking the truth, no matter what.
It has been a complete court showdown… with both sides making explosive accusations against each other and it seems like it will continue.
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