Johnny Depp and his ex-wife Amber Heard, once one of the most loved couples of Hollywood, are now hitting the headlines for entirely different reasons. While the couple divorced in 2017, two years ago, in April 2018, Johnny Depp filed a lawsuit against a British Publication for undermining his image after an article that called him a ‘wife-beater’, and that he beat up his ex-wife Amber Heard. Johnny Depp has constantly denied abusing Amber. While the court case is ongoing, in the latest development, Amber Heard has claimed she heard Johnny Depp once shoved Kate Moss down the stairs.
According to Daily Mail, Amber Heard made the claim that Johnny Depp pushed his then-girlfriend Kate Moss down the stairs back in the 1990s. She claimed that she punched Johnny Depp in March 2015 in defence of her sister fearing he might do the same with her sister Whitney. When the Pirates Of The Caribbean star’s lawyer Eleanor Laws QC, asked her about being violent towards Depp, she said, “He pushed Kate Moss down the stairs, I heard this from two people, and this was fresh in my mind.”
She continued, “I reacted in defence of my sister. I had for years been Johnny’s punch bag but for years I never hit him. It was the first time after all these years that I struck him back.”
Johnny Depp’s lawyer pointed out that Amber Heard ‘added’ the detail about Kate Moss, and that it wasn’t contained in any document. Replying about there being no mention of Kate Moss before, Amber Heard was quoted saying by Daily Mail, “I have not had the liberty of time, space or energy to list every incident that’s listed in these proceedings.” A few days ago, it was reported by Associated Press that Amber Heard’s ex-assistant Kate James claimed that the actress used her sexual assault story and twisted it for her own use. Read more about it here.
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