several geluidtapes, shared by The Daily Mail on Friday, show Amber Heard with her then-husband, Johnny Depp is also smitten. Spokespersons a
several geluidtapes, shared by The Daily Mail on Friday, show Amber Heard with her then-husband, Johnny Depp is also smitten. Spokespersons for the actors have come to recognize the authenticity of fragments, which would be made during any therapy, when their marriage is in rough waters.
In the recordings, you can hear how, Depp says, at that time the wife had to push, but that he or she was abused.
You’re in my face, you hit me, said Depp. “I hit you, didn’t I,” Heard says, responding to the accusations made by Depp. “I told you not to hit them in the face. I just hit you and I hit you.” Later in the conversation, Heard confirmed that there was a physical fight against Depp.
The voices of the two actors were compared to a British newspaper, answer that. “Amber is really more of a conversation between her and Johnny,” says the Depps’ attorney, Adam Waldman. “These tapes are part of the evidence of her story that she was abused, it’s wrong.”
‘Depp had passages that way,’
The spokesperson, Heard, claims the opposite, that Depp, the recording was leaked, but you know some passages were left out. “In the longer version of the clips, you can hear Mrs Heard repeatedly trying to comfort Mr Depp and make him aware of what is really going on in their relationship.
33-year-old Heard and 55-year-old Depp met on the set of “The Rum Diary” in 2011. The two got married in 2015, but broke up the very next year. Heard started shortly after a lawsuit in which she and her ex accused her of assault but could not find evidence, and the two settled.
Now, two years later, the actress says in an article in The Washington Post, she is a victim of domestic violence. They call him by Depps name, but the actor still went on trial in which Heard is mostly accused of blasphemy, and also claims he was beaten, which Heard denies. The actress, on the other hand, also complains to her ex about slander and insult. The case is not over yet.
Updated date: February 1, 2020, 4:00 p.m