In a new recording, Amber Heard can be heard admitting to slamming a door onto Johnny Depp’s head. Currently, Heard and Johnny are battling in a law court relating to Depp’s disparagement claim in which he implicated Amber of lying about domestic abuse and tainting his reputation and profession.
The 33- year-old starlet, through Page 6, declares in the tape that she when “clocked” Johnny in the jaw. Heard says sorry to him in the recording, describing that she kept in mind striking him in “response to the door thing.”
“And I’m really sorry about hitting you with the door or hitting your head,” Depp can be heard stating in the recording. Apparently, Johnny’s attorneys first played the recording back in August 2016 throughout her videotaped deposition amidst their divorce procedures.
Throughout the deposition, and after listening to the audio recording, Heard supposedly stated aloud in front of the court that she never ever implied to knock a door onto his head; however, she did strike him. Heard stated in the court deposition that she was attempting to get away due to the fact that Johnny was assaulting her.
Additionally, Amber declared throughout the trial that the tape was misrepresenting what had really taken place. According to the Never Pull back starlet, she was attempting to keep Johnny out of the space, and he was attempting to break in.
Followers of the case understand that this isn’t the only tape exposed because Johnny’s disparagement match versus her started. He sued her for $50 million over the viewpoint piece she composed in the editorial area of The Washington Post.
In the essay, Heard explained herself as a survivor of domestic abuse, and while she never ever stated his name straight, it was extensively presumed to be Johnny she was describing. Depp has actually consistently rejected this claim, arguing that it was Heard who was the violent one.
When the scandal first broke amidst their separation, public viewpoint seemed, for the many parts, on Heard’ side