Defamation trial: Johnny Depp faces violent messages from Amber Heard – Showbiz

In a defamation trial of Johnny Depp’s ex-wife, Amber Heard, this Thursday, the actor’s lawyers presented text messages containing violent content that the actor exchanged with family members, although they provided no context.

“I don’t want to see that filthy Amber anymore,” Depp wrote to a friend in April 2015, two months after they were married.

His ex-wife’s lawyers began their interrogation by reading a series of messages that the actor exchanged over the years with various contacts, without giving details of who he had spoken to and the date of the text messages.

Ben Rottenborn, an attorney for Amber Heard, this Thursday

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Ben Rottenborn, an attorney for Amber Heard, this Thursday

“Burning Amber,” read Ben Rottenborn, a spokesman for Amber Heard.

“I said, ‘I’m going to fuck your burnt body afterwards to make sure it’s dead,'” he added.

“That’s what I said I would do after burning and drowning him,” the lawyer said as he conveyed a message the actor sent in 2013 to one of his friends.

Depp remained outright on his third day of filing as he read through his sunglasses various documents presented as evidence at the Fairfax County Courthouse in Virginia.

Throughout his testimony, the actor’s alcohol and drug abuse was also widely described by Heard’s lawyers, who also kept an immediate face in court.

Amber Heard will speak with her attorneys this Thursday

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Amber Heard will speak with her attorneys this Thursday

The ex-spouses accuse each other of defamation during this trial, which was partly broadcast by news channels and is rooted in an editorial written by Heard in 2018.

In this text, published by The Washington Post, the actress, now 35, does not mention Johnny Depp by name, but refers to allegations of domestic violence she made against her husband in 2016.

On Wednesday, the star of the adventure saga Pirates of the Caribbean told the court that the release and the charges cost him “everything” when he was “ready.”

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