Johnny Depp and his lawyers are now tremendously to counterattack against the ex-wife Amber Heards allegations against the Hollywood star, that he has been violent towards her during their marriage.
Johnny Depp has on Tuesday during a trial in London denied the allegations and has, in contrast, through his lawyers stated that it was Amber Heard, who were violent against him through their 15-month-long marriage.
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Why have the lawyers on Tuesday in court showcased some images of Johnny Depp's wounded finger. The 57-year-old Hollywood star claims himself that he lost the finger as Amber Heard in 2015 in Australia, during a quarrel threw a vodka bottle at him.
It writes multiple media, including the Mirror, Newsweek, The Sun and the Daily Mail.
Close-up of Depp's bloody finger. Photo: Private
The bloody images previously it was on Tuesday shown above in connection with the first day on a ca. three weeks long trial, where the 57-year-old Johnny Depp has sued the british newspaper the Sun, as well as the publisher News Group Newspapers (NGN) for an article to have called him 'hustrumishandler'.
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Johnny Depp's testimony about the incident was on Tuesday, explained in court.
- Amber injured my finger, as she threw two bottles of vodka for me. It was the second bottle that injured my finger Sunday 8. march. Amber claims that it happened on the second day in a sort of hostage situation. Amber also claims that I through these three days exposed her to something that looks like torture and other forms of ill-treatment. The sick allegations are completely untrue, explained Johnny Depp.
Johnny Depp is seen here with Amber Heard in 2011, when they had just met each other. Photo: AP
Depp also added that Amber Heard during the mentioned weekend in Australia not got any damage, while he got several injuries, including a wounded finger. He also claims that Amber at a time skoddede a cigarette on his cheek.
The serious damage I had made, I realized how I for a long time had been subjected to ill-treatment. I could not understand that we had come so far out. I thought about what more she could find to make against me, told Johnny Depp.
Lawyers for the british newspaper the Sun, as well as the publisher News Group Newspapers (NGN) described in contrast, Johnny Depp as a 'hustrumishandler', who have repeatedly attacked his former wife when he was drunk or high and skewed by drugs.
the Case continues in the next approx. three weeks.
Hollywood star arriving here earlier in the day to the court in London. Photo: Ritzau Scanpix.