Sometime back, Depp was in the news for filing a lawsuit against a British Publication for undermining his image. The Publication had filed a story calling Johnny Depp a 'wife-beater' and mentioned that he beat up his then-wife Amber Heard. Now, Amber Heard diary makes a big revelation about an incident that happened in 2015. The American Actress had narrated the incident where she had mentioned about their ugly fight. In her diary, Heard wrote that Depp hit her several times she even found his shirt wrapped around her neck.
Daily Mail has quoted an entry on July 27, 2015, from her diary, “After three hours of sleep and the terrible fight we got in last night, we are both walking zombies today. We finally fell asleep with one another smashed together in desperate childlike anger, fear and love. Our fight was terrible. J at one point found himself with his shirt wrapped around my neck. He hit me several times. I don't even know how I wound up with this huge, rather annoying knot around the back of my head. F*** I hate that. You'll die a lonely man.”
Earlier, The Pirates of the Caribbean actor had rubbished Amber's claims of assaulting her. In a statement, Depp had said, “These sick claims are totally untrue,” continuing that her allegations hurt his career and had “been a constant issue in my casting.”
Not only that, but Depp was also accused of deliberately not revealing the text messages. However, in his defence, his lawyers had told mirror.co.uk, “The defendants claim, wrongly, that Mr Depp has withheld this document because it is ‘profoundly damaging to his case’; their implied accusation being that he withheld it deliberately. This is untrue. First, the claimant has already provided this document in the US libel proceedings.” (ALSO READ: Johnny Depp RUBBISHES Ex-Wife Amber Heard's 'Sick Claims' At Libel Trial; Says Her Allegations Had 'Hurt His Career')
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