Johnny Depp and Amber Heard’s $100 million lawsuit doesn't fail to shock the internet and the latest trail has once again taken a new turn. Depp’s security guard has testified against Heard having admitted to leaving poop in her and Johnny Depp’s shared bed.
Depp’s security guard - Jenkins is the latest person to testify in the court as he was a member of Depp’s security team called Jenkins, who claimed Heard took responsibility for leaving a stinky surprise in her and the Pirates of the Caribbean star's shared bed.
On April 28, Jenkins took to the stand to recall the night of April 21, 2016. It had been the night before Heard's 30th birthday and a party was being held at the couple's Los Angeles residence.
However, as per Jenkins's statement, Depp was running late - something which the actor testified to himself, explaining earlier in the trial he was on the phone having an emergency discussion about his finances with his business manager.
According to Depp, Heard chided him and hit him after the dinner. The actor subsequently left and went to his Hollywood Hills house, reported UNLAID.
Although, the following day, human faeces was discovered over the couple’s shared bed. Meanwhile, the housekeeper made the discovery. When he took to the stand earlier in the trial, Depp stated: "My initial response to that was, I laughed.
"It was so outside, it was so bizarre and so grotesque that I could only laugh."
To note, Jenkins had a conversation with Heard before he was set to accompany her, her sister and a friend to Coachella.
In a shocking turn of events, Heard allegedly admitted to having a fight with Depp, where she threw Depp's personal belongings from the balcony. The member of security also addressed 'the defecation' Heard had 'left in the boss's bed'.
She reportedly said it was 'a horrible practical joke gone wrong'.
While the Aquaman actress tried to blame the incident on her two dogs, however, Depp contested that he 'lived with those dogs' and 'picked up their funk' and knew it 'was not the dogs'.
Particularly because the two dogs are teacup Yorkies weighing only four pounds each.
In retrospect, Depp filed the defamation lawsuit over an op-ed piece Heard wrote for The Washington Post in 2018. The actress insinuated she was a victim of domestic abuse within the pair's marriage.
Heard has since filed a countersuit of $100 million against Depp, claiming a 'smear campaign' was started against her by her ex-husband.
The trial first began on 11 April.
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