Ex-couple Johnny Depp and Amber Heard's separation is among one of the most controversial divorces in the history of Hollywood. Well, it happened in the year 2018 but continues to hit the headlines even today, and for all the wrong reasons. Recently, the former couple attended a libel trial after Johnny sued a leading publication for openly labeling him a 'wife-beater'. During the hearing, Johnny didn't only rubbish all the claims of being violent to Amber Heard but also hurled several accusations on her. As per a report in Variety, Johnny wrote messages on a mirror with all the blood oozed from his severed finger, an injury allegedly given by Amber.
The report states how the actor "used the blood from the severed tip of his finger to paint messages on a mirror." It was revealed on Thursday (July 9) amid his ongoing libel trial against The Sun in London, United Kingdom. A source said to the portal, "Giving evidence at London’s Royal Courts of Justice, Depp said he could see 'bone sticking out' after Heard allegedly threw a bottle at him, cutting off the tip of his finger. Heard denies injuring his finger." The incident allegedly took place at a rented apartment in Australia, where Johnny was shooting for Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales in 2015.
Johnny stated how he was unhappy during that phase due to his work on the film and alleged the Australia house to be 'wrecked' during their stay. The actor also recalled all the damage done to the floors and sofas, adding that there was "quite a lot of blood" and that he was partially responsible for the damage, while Amber caused the most of it. “We are a crime scene waiting to happen," he had reportedly said to the actress.
Johnny Depp, too, was accused of repeated violent attacks against Amber, which he rubbished. The report concludes how Depp is to produce more evidence.
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