New Evidence Suggests Johnny Depp Was Victim Of Domestic Abuse, Not Ex-wife
New evidence has surfaced that shows that actor Johnny Depp was abused by his ex-wife Amber Heard and not the other way around.
The latest evidence came to the fore after Depp sued Heard for $50 million for defamation. It was also proved during the case that Heard, in fact, admitted to the abuse while being under oath.
In 2016, after the couple separated, Heard filed for divorce and accused the Pirates of the Caribbean actor of physically abusing her. However, now Depp has filed a lawsuit against her, alleging that she punched him in the face and chopped off his finger.
The actor has also released pictures, which shows him with a huge black bruise on his face and a photo of his finger half chopped off.
Depp also submitted 87 surveillance camera videos to the court, 17 depositions of witnesses (which includes police officers), and the images.
The lawsuit alleges Heard of throwing a bottle of vodka at Depp, which resulted in an injury to his hand requiring surgery, punching Depp as he was in bed, kicking him on numerous occasions, and even staging her own attacks.
Support Pour In:
As soon as the news started making rounds, people have extended their support to the actor.
A social media user also urged that trial on social media should be stopped.
“Like many people, I believed the stories about #JohnnyDepp being an abuser. And clearly I was wrong to. This just reinforces the fact that ‘trial by social media’ is wrong, that we need to hear all the facts before we jump to conclusions…”
Like many people, I believed the stories about #JohnnyDepp being an abuser. And clearly I was wrong to. This just reinforces the fact that “trial by social media” is wrong, that we need to hear all the facts before we jump to conclusions…
— Richey Hackett (@lopsidedmammal) March 13, 2019
Another person shared that he is also a survivor, adding that he knows how it feels to stay silent while the other side spread lies about you.
Today i woke up happier. Not because it's my case, not because it's #JohnnyDepp, but because i am a survivor, i know how it feels to stay silent while the other side spread lies about you.
Today i feel Twitter is WOKE!
I am a survivor and #istandwithjohnnydepp, proudly!#Mentoo
— Maya #IBelieveHim (@mayak215) March 13, 2019