The case of Johnny Depp vs Amber Heard is currently the main focus in Hollywood. Way back in December 2018, Amber Heard wrote an op-ed about her being abused. Since then, Johnny Depp has been treated differently in Hollywood. No one wanted to hear his side of the story or work with him. He was fired or replaced from several projects since no Production house wanted to risk being associated with him!
Johnny Depp Vs Amber Heard
The Pirates of the Caribbean actor has accused his ex-wife of ruining his career and sued her for the same. He alleged that her claims were false and it was her who used to beat him. On Wednesday, Depp, “It could begin with a slap, it could begin with a shove, it could begin with throwing a TV remote at my head…There was no need for it. Too many lines were crossed; you couldn’t see the lines anymore.”
Depp Opens Up About Why He Didn’t Leave Heard!
The actor was asked by his lawyer why didn’t he leave Heard when she abused him physically. Here’s what he had to say:
“Why did I stay? I suppose because my father stayed [in his abusive marriage]. … And I didn’t want to fail. I wanted to try to make it work. I thought maybe I could help her. I thought maybe I could bring her around. Because the Amber Heard that I knew for the first year, year and a half was not this, suddenly this opponent. It wasn’t my girl, she had become my opponent.”
He even had given opened up further about the relationship his parents had, “And when Betty Sue, my mother, would go off on a tangent toward my father — and of course, in front of the kids, it [didn’t] matter to her — he, amazingly, remained very stoic and never, as she was rationing him with horrible things, he stood there and just looked at her while she delivered the pain, and he swallowed it. He took it.”
Depp’s Statement On Amber’s Allegations
Johnny Depp testified on Wednesday stating, “Never did I myself reach the point of striking Ms. Heard in any way, nor have I ever struck any woman in my life.”
Johnny Depp vs Amber Heard defamation trial is being held in Virginia Court