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Amber Heard ‘hit me’, accuses ex-husband Johnny Depp


Hollywood actor Johnny Depp on Wednesday accused Amber Heard of violence she allegedly inflicted on him during their marriage which he portrayed as toxic, during his second day of testimony in a US court where he blames his ex- wife for defaming him.

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“Mme Heard, in her frustration and in her rage, she was hitting,” said the movie star.

“It could start with a slap, a push. She threw a TV remote at my head, a glass of wine in my face,” said Johnny Depp, 58, saying the actress had “a need for conflict, a need for violence.”

The former couple accuses each other of defamation during this trial, very followed and broadcast on television, which is held near Washington, following a tribune which she published in the washington post in 2018.

In this text, Amber Heard, now 35, did not name Johnny Depp, whom she married in 2015. But she mentioned the domestic violence charges she had brought against her husband in 2016.


Amber Heard ‘hit me’, accuses ex-husband Johnny Depp

Gray suit on a black shirt, the grave face, the star of the films “Pirates of the Caribbean” on Wednesday widely described, in a slow tone, the verbal insults and alleged toxic attitudes of his ex-wife, during their two years of union .

“I could almost never go see my children, spend time with them, because she had to have me with her all the time for her own needs”, lamented Johnny Depp who added that Amber Heard regularly called him ” bad father.

Faced with these alleged attacks, the actor claims to have “never gone to violence”.

Questioned by one of his lawyers, he felt that he remained in this relationship like his father who was abused by his wife.

During his first day of testimony on Tuesday, Johnny Depp testified at length to the physical and psychological violence that his mother allegedly inflicted on him during his childhood.

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