Johnny Depp feared ‘bloodbath’ during Amber Heard argument, court hears in audio during libel trial

The Metro says Johnny Depp feared a ‘bloodbath’ with ex-wife Amber Heard if they didn’t separate, the court heard in audio of an argument between the formerly married couple.
Johnny Depp feared ‘bloodbath’ during Amber Heard argument, court hears in audio during libel trial

Johnny Depp feared ‘bloodbath’ during Amber Heard argument, court hears in audio during libel trial

The Metro says Johnny Depp feared a ‘bloodbath’ with ex-wife Amber Heard if they didn’t separate, the court heard in audio of an argument between the formerly married couple. 

The explosive trial between the two continued in Virginia on Monday, with Pirates of the Caribbean actor Depp suing Heard for libel over a 2018 article the Rum Diaries actress published in The Washington Post that discussed her experience with domestic abuse. 

Depp, 58, was not named in the article but his lawyers argue that the article falsely implies Heard was physically and sexually abused by him when they were married. The actor is seeking $50million (£39m) in damages, while Heard, 36, is counter-suing him. 

https://metro.co.uk/2022/04/25/johnny-depp-feared-bloodbath-during-amber-heard-row-court-hears-16533130/

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