Heard says Depp threw bottles 'like grenades' at her

Heard says Depp threw bottles 'like grenades' at her

The Pirates of the Caribbean actor and the Aquaman actress were separately spotted arriving at the Royal Courts of Justice today in London for Johnny's ongoing libel against The Sun newspaper for calling him a "wife-beater".

Amber Heard's sister has alleged Johnny Depp used a tampon applicator to snort cocaine.

"Heard also denied she had an" illicit relationship" with anybody during her period with Depp, especially with Tesla CEO Elon Musk or celebrity James Franco.

Mr Depp, who gave evidence last week, denies all of Ms Heard's allegations of violence and abuse and says she assaulted him.

The Sun's defense relies on 14 allegations made by Heard of violence by Depp between 2013 and 2016, in settings as varied as a rented house in Australia, his private island in the Bahamas and a private jet.

Ms Heard claims the violent attack in Australia was so terrifying that she had barricaded herself in her bedroom. When he was like that he was generous, amusing and I loved him and did not want to lose him. We had had a wonderful year together where he was sober and clean and that is how I got to know him.=.

"He started picking [bottles] up one by one and throwing them like grenades".

She said he threw all the bottles that were within reach, bar one "celebratory magnum-sized bottle of wine".

Ms Heard then told the court: "I was so in love with Johnny at that time".

Mr Depp has previously claimed his ex-wife threw a vodka bottle at him which severed the tip of his finger while the couple were in Australia in March 2015.

Depp's lawyer then said: "This is just nonsense, isn't it?"

Ms Heard explained that when Mr Depp was sober he was "generous [and] loving, he is a remarkable man when he is like that". The actor, who sued The Sun for labelling him as a "wife beater", was accused of being violent towards Amber.

Sasha Wass, the lawyer representing NGN, read out a series of text messages that Heard had sent to her mother, including one from March 2013 that said: "He's nuts, mum".

The nurse recalled Amber injuries as "actively bleeding on her lip".

"Of course not", Heard responded.

The actress told the High Court she suffered two black eyes, a broken nose, a broken lip and bruising after the alleged attack in LA in 2015.

"I used concealer to hide some of the bruises, plus foundation - a full face of makeup".

The attorney said that the aftermath was due to Heard stubbing out a cigarette in his head.

"I am telling the truth", Henriquez said.

The actress told her make up artist pal Melanie Inglessis she felt Depp had "tried to kill her" during the row.

The makeup artist confirmed that she attended the London court hearing involuntarily via video link from Los Angeles.

Heard also claimed she was left with "really bad" injuries on her scalp after Depp allegedly ripped her hair out.

Kate Moss emerged on Wednesday for a shopping trip, days after she was named in her ex Johnny Depp's libel court case in London.

"I will never forget this incident", she added.

The couple met on the set of the 2011 film "The Rum Diary" and their relationship veered from "intensely affectionate, warm and charming" to "very intense and dark".

This week's evidence centred around the days before Heard filed for divorce.

According to Heard, the mess was the work of one of their two Yorkshire terriers, Pistol and Boo, when the latter consumed Depp's cannabis and experienced severe bowel issues as a result of chowing down on the weed.

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