Johnny Depp and Amber Heard are facing off in court for $100 million for defamation. A text message from the actor was read at the trial where he talks about the corpse of his ex-wife.
The former spouses Johnny Depp and Amber Heardare currently facing off in a lawsuit $100 million for defamation. Moreover, in the trial of April 12, 2022, Amber Heard’s lawyers had referred to Johnny Depp as “freak”. Note that Johnny Depp and Amber Heard accuse each other of defamation. It all started in 2018 when the Pirates of the Caribbean actor sued his ex-wife for defamation after she claimed thatshe was a victim of domestic violence without naming him in the washington post. The actor had claimed 50 million dollars in damages.
Of course, the Aquaman actress counterattacked by also filing a complaint for defamation. Except thatshe claimed $100 million in damages. The trial between the two spouses in the court of Fairfax, Washington, will surely be held over several weeks. Note also that the lawyers of Amber Heard claimed that the actor had verbally, psychologically, physically and sexually assaulted their client, according to The Internet user.
“I hope Amber’s body decomposes in the trunk of a Honda Civic”
A text message from Johnny Depp sent to his best friend Isaac Baruch was read during the trial, according to the DailyMail. It’s during cross-examination of this artist that Amber Heard’s lawyer, Elaine Bredehoft, asked him about texts exchanged between the two men in October 2016. “Do you remember that Mr. Depp once told you that he hoped, in basic terms, that Amber’s rotting corpse breaks down in the fucking trunk of a Honda Civic?”, Elaine Bredehoft asked.
“Yeah, I see it here, so obviously yeah, it was said. It was written,” replied Isaac Baruch. The lawyer then asked: “Do you remember that Mr. Depp called Amber Heard a “c**t” and said it was his fault? The actor’s friend to respond: “It’s written there, I see it”. “This bitch ruined life so cool that we had for a while”, then read Isaac Baruch, referring to a passage exchanged with Johnny Depp. The trial is still ongoing…
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