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Johnny Depp: Violent Messages About His Former Amber Heard Come To Light

Johnny Depp: Violent Messages About His Former Amber Heard Come To Light
Johnny Depp: Violent Messages About His Former Amber Heard Come To Light

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The legal battle between Johnny Depp and his ex-wife Amber Heard continues to give something to talk about and now text messages full of violence and strong threats sent by the actor were released.

During his court appearance in a lawsuit Depp filed against The Sun newspaper for defamation, the messages the protagonist of Pirates of the Caribbean sent to his partner Paul Bettany about Heard were revealed, including threats to assassinate her.

Look at them, Johnny Depp, Amber Heard
Look at them, Johnny Depp, Amber Heard

According to the Daily Mail, Depp sent a message to Bettany in November 2013 inviting him to drown her, adding that he would later have sex with the corpse "to make sure she was dead." He also sent others referring to his drinking problem and uncontrolled anger.

“It's true that I'm too screwed up in the head to spray my anger against the person I love… for a small reason, I'm also too old to be that guy. But the pills are fine!”, According to the newspaper.

The controversy continues after the ex-assistant of the 33-year-old actress, Kate James, testified against her former boss, claiming that she was violent, abusive and liked to insult her subordinates. Whereas, on the contrary, she had the impression that Depp was calm, shy, kind and decent with her.

Johnny Depp
Johnny Depp

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“Amber hated me for talking to Johnny, even if it was just a polite talk, she would give me the evil eye if I was talking to him. She was very controlling and paranoid about someone else being in her space and also because of being watched for her safety, "The Blast newspaper revealed.

Depp had sued The Sun and its executive editor, Dan Wootton, for "defamation" after the outlet reported that the actor exercised physical and psychological violence against his former partner.

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