A Summary of the Court Case Between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard
A Summary of the Court Case Between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard
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A Summary of the Court Case Between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard

Johnny Depp wants us to believe that he's not abusive, which is why he is currently undergoing a libel suit against News Group Newspapers, the parent company of The Sun. The tabloid magazine called the actor a wife beater, thanks to accusations made by his ex-wife, Amber Heard.

The dramatic court case unfolding between Amber and Johnnyhas unleashed a plethora of personal details from their wild, tumultuous, and allegedly abusive relationship.

Both Amber and Johnny claim that they both are victims of abuse. One incident declares Amber as the abuser while another story highlights the Pirates of the Caribbean actor as the abuser, so who's telling the truth?

For example, Johnny says that Amber chucked a vodka bottle at him, which sliced his finger so hard that it ended up crushing his bones. But his now ex-wife claims this story isn't true.

The vodka-throwing episode propelled Johnny to undergo a little breakdown—he ended up writing on walls and mirrors with his bloody finger. However, the 57-year-old actor admits to doing this.

He also splurged on £24,000 worth of wine each month, until Elton John intervened and helped him overcome this horrible, unhealthy habit. But his strange habits don't end here. The actor also allegedly held Amber's dog out of the window of a car.

But that's not one of the more surprising allegations thus far. According to Depp, Heard participated in a three-way with billionaire Tesla CEO Elon Musk and model Cara Delevingne.

And don't expect the bizarre facts about Johnny's personal life to stop. Future court cases will have his ex's, Winona Ryder and Vanessa Paradis weighing in on the situation.

In the thick of the stories shared, Johnny continued to deny that he had ever hit Amber. And he continues to deny Amber's 14 allegations against him. Check out our video for more accusations placed by both parties.

By Kim Scott

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