The process between Johnny Depp and the "News Group Newspapers" (NGN), to which the British "The Sun" belongs, is on its last legs. Depp sued the "Sun" for describing him as a "woman thug". Now the ex-wife of the actor, Amber Heard, has spoken out.
Amber Heard testifies and reiterates allegations against Johnny Depp
In a 39-page testimony from which the Daily Mail quotes, affirmed Heard their allegations against the Hollywood star. According to her, Depp had threatened her several times with death. In order to justify his violent attacks, he had invented a new personality, which he is said to have called "the monster". The allegations are nasty: the 57-year-old hit her, strangled her, and allegedly said that her only way out of marriage was death. Heard also claims Depp threw a cell phone in her face. During a dispute in Tokyo, he knelt on the back of her neck and slapped her in the back.
The actress also testified that the "Pirates of the Caribbean" star threatened to have her raped by other men. His violent episodes are particularly due to his heavy drug use.
Winona Ryder and Vanessa Paradis testified
Johnny Depp himself denies his exwoman towards being violent. For the actor, two of his ex-partners testified last week, Winona Ryder and Vanessa Paradis, the mother of his two children.
"It is nothing compared to the real Johnny I have known, and from my personal experience of many years I can say that he was never violent or offensive to me," Paradis said in her statement. It was similar Ryder: "I understand that it is very important that I speak from my own experience, since I was obviously not there during his marriage to Amber, but from my experience, which was so different, I was absolutely shocked, confused and dismayed when I heard the charges against him, "she said.