Amber Heard claims Johnny Depp threatened to kill her

Amber Heard claims Johnny Depp threatened to kill her

In Depp's lawsuit, the actor claims Heard was the one who physically abused him.

"High-level female execs at the studio are extremely anxious about working with Depp and the message it sends to the public, especially after the recent sordid departure of CEO Kevin Tsujihara", the source said.

Depp became a "monster" and was "violent" when he drank or was under the influence of drugs, she alleged. "I anxious that Johnny was in a blacked-out state and unaware of the damage he was doing, and that he could actually kill me", Heard said.

We'll be sure to keep you updated on all news regarding the Johnny Depp/Amber Heard controversy, as well as the future of the Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts franchises, as soon as more information becomes available.

Heard said that after Depp sobered up, he often did not remember the things he had done, and would promise to change. Waldman said he and Depp have collected dozens of videos, photographs and eyewitness to back up assertions she was abusive toward Depp and others, including punching him and throwing a can of paint thinner at his head. He then "taunted me by yelling out the name 'James Franco, '" she said.

She has claimed that at their apartment here in December 2015, the former "Pirates of the Caribbean" star grabbed Heard by the hair and throat, slapped her in the face and screamed, "I'll f***ing kill you, you hear me?" Heard says Depp's assistant also messaged her to apologise. In the motion filed in Virginia, Amber Heard reiterates her allegations that the Fantastic Beasts movie star abused her during their relationship.

In a newly-released video of that deposition, she is seen crying and struggling to find words to describe the alleged beating.

The actress is then cut off by Depp's attorney from off camera, who claims to just want a "yes or no" answer to the question that was asked.

"I would've done what anybody who has a child or a sister would've done", she said. "And, I regret giving it life", he allegedly said.

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"Johnny turned his attention to Whitney, who was standing on the top of a flight of stairs, and moved on her. Based on our understanding of the circumstances, the filmmakers and I are not only comfortable sticking with our original casting, but genuinely happy to have Johnny playing a major character in the movies".

Heard's attorney did not immediately respond to PEOPLE's request for comment.

The last straw, Amber said, was in May 2016, when Depp threw a cell phone at Amber's face and she chose to quit the relationship and filed a restraining order. "Heard has chose to concoct new fake claims of abuse", Johnny's attorney Adam Waldman stated, via The Blast.

Depp has steadfastly denied abusing Heard, and claimed in his defamation suit that his ex-wife's claims were a "hoax", PEOPLE reports. "Heard demonstrated when she knowingly published the op-ed with the false implication that Mr. Depp violently abused her".

Adam detailed how the officers saw no signs of destruction, vandalism or even bruises on Amber's face, leading them to believe she altered the image to make it seem so. "Ms". They were part of an elaborate hoax to generate positive publicity for Ms.

"Ms. Heard dutifully but fraudulently produced pictures, with no metadata, to the Court purporting to show a "destroyed" penthouse so she could obtain her temporary restraining order", he added.

The actor filed a $50 million defamation lawsuit for claims that his ex-wife insinuated he was the abuser and called her allegations a hoax.

Is the USA media simply exhausted by the he-said-she-said comments in the latest vicious Hollywood break-up? She will not be silenced.

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