“His burnt corpse”: violent messages from Johnny Depp read by Amber Heard’s lawyers – archyde

The unpacking continues between Johnny Depp and his ex-wife Amber Heard. This Thursday, the latter’s lawyers presented text messages with very violent content, without detailing the context, that the Hollywood star had sent to relatives, as part of the defamation lawsuit he is bringing against his ex-wife. “I never want to lay eyes on that dirty whore Amber again,” Johnny Depp wrote to one of his friends in April 2015, two months after their marriage. the actor by reading to the court quantity of messages that he exchanged, over the years, with several contacts, transmitting no details other than the interlocutors and the date of the SMS. “You said I’ll fuck her burnt corpse afterwards, to make sure she’s dead.” This is what you said you would do after you burned her and drowned her,” read Ben Rottenborn, the attorney representing Amber Heard. actor, dating from March 2015, when he was filming the fifth episode of the “Pirates of the Caribbean” film series, was also mentioned. “I cut my middle finger,” wrote Johnny Depp to his doctor in a message read in court by Ben Rottenborn, lawyer for Amber Heard. According to Depp, his ex’s accusations cost him “everything” The star had however claimed the day before that his injury had been inflicted on him by Amber Heard, during one of their many arguments. “She walked over to me and grabbed the bottle of vodka. She backed up and threw it at me,” Johnny Depp narrated, mimicking the scene. He explained that he then used his blood and then paint to write on the walls and objects of the villa where the couple was staying. Dark suit on black shirt, Johnny Depp appeared still looking serious, reading with his tinted glasses the various documents presented as evidence to the court. Over the questions, his abuse of alcohol and drugs have also been widely detailed by the lawyers of Amber Heard who, present in the room, kept an impassive face. The actor admitted having consumed these substances, but denied any excess. The two former spouses accuse each other of defamation during this trial, very followed and partly broadcast on the news channels, which is held near Washington , following a column written by the actress in 2018. In this text published by the Washington Post, Amber Heard, now 35, did not name Johnny Depp, whom she married in 2015, but she was discussing domestic abuse charges she made against her husband in 2016. On Wednesday, the star of the ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ film series told the court that the post and allegations cost her “everything”, placing him in the state of a “finished” man.