It was Johnny DeppIt’s your turn to hold your spot on Tuesday (April 19) in defamation trial against his ex-wife, Amber Heard. During the first day of testimony, Johnny, 58, addressed derogatory text messages he had sent about Amber, 35, in which he referred to her as “c-t” and the terms other graphics. Johnny said: “I’m embarrassed about some of the references being made. “I was so embarrassed at that time [of] the heat of the moment, the heat of the pain I’m feeling, [I] went to dark places. If you are writing, there is no fixed place where you must stay. You can travel. and sometimes pain can come, must be handled with humor and sometimes very dark humour.”
“I grew up watching Monty Python, so it can tend to have dark humor,” continued Depp. “It can tend to be popular, words used for emphasis, and words used to express what you’re feeling at the time, and it’s like growing up. You learn from those mistakes, and you move forward, and that’s how you begin to understand your own native language. “
The text messages in question were read aloud in court on April 13. Johnny referred to Amber as “ct” when writing to a friend and once hoped that “her rotting corpse was decomposing.” in the trunk of a Honda Civic.” The friend, Isaac Baruch, wrote down the messages while being cross-examined, saying that Johnny “called me by text” (according to this article). New York Post).
That’s not all. “I’m not sure we should burn Amber. She is an interesting and good-looking friend. Of course, we can do the action course in English and do the drowning test. Think? You have a swimming pool,” said actor Paul Bettany tlove Johnny in 2013. Johnny wrote back, “Drop her before we burn her.”
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“My objective is the truth,” Johnny said when he first stood up in his testimony. He claims that “a lie is built on a lie,” and counters domestic allegations made by his ex-wife. Depp called the allegations “insidious” and that he was “doing the right thing” in pursuing this case against her. “There have been arguments and things of that nature, but anyway, I’ve never personally gotten to the point where Mrs. Heard has to intervene, just as I’ve never hit anyone in my life,” he said. . “I have a responsibility to not only state my name… I want to let my children know this terrible thing they have to read about their father, it’s true.”
Johnny’s testimony comes a week after his sister and personal manager, Christi Dembrowskisixty one, testified that she heard Amber berating Johnny after sharing the news that Dior wanted to do a campaign with him. Amber is said to have said, ““Dior, why would Dior want to do business with you? They talk about class and style, and you don’t have style,” Amber is said to have said, according to Christi. Johnny’s sister also testified that she would book an extra hotel room for Johnny and Amber when they were traveling if they got into a fight, and that he needed a room for himself.
When she recounted when she heard Johnny would propose to Amber, Christi said she was “scared” for her brother. “Really devastated. I actually tried to tell him to wait a little longer.”
When Amber’s attorneys cross-examined Christi, they asked about Johnny’s alleged drug use, given the messages she apparently sent to her brother asking him to “stop drinking.” , stop drinking coke” and “stop taking medicine”. Christi could not recall the text and did not confirm the nature of the request.
Christ’s testimony follows opening statements in which Amber’s lawyers allege Johnny sexually assaulted her during a trip to Australia. Detailing the image, Amber’s legal team accuses Johnny of throwing bottles at his then-wife, dragging her “on the floor over broken bottles and alcohol”, punching and kicking Amber before allegedly assaulting her with one of the bottles. Allegations leaving Amber in tears in the courtroom.
The first Johnny and Amber’s legal confrontation starting on April 11, with former lovers arriving at the Fairfax, Virginia courthouse to attend the jury selection. Both wore three-piece suits for the hearing, maintaining an air of professionalism as their legal teams chose the jurors who would rule the $50 million defamation lawsuit. Depp is suing his ex-wife over a December 2018 custom Amber wrote to Washington Post. In this passage, she claims she has become “a surrogate for domestic abuse” who feels “felt the full force of our culture’s outrage at women speak up”.
Although Amber didn’t name Johnny personally, Depp filed a defamation lawsuit against her. Depp’s attorneys accused Amber of fabricating claims to advance her career, prompting her to file a $100 million lawsuit alleging that Johnny was engaging in a campaign of “abuse and harassment.” per Page six. “Not content to let a jury decide this case, Mr. Depp and/or agents acting on his behalf orchestrated a false smear and defamation campaign,” Amber’s lawsuit alleges.