Leading Hollywood actor Johnny Depp has once again denied allegations of violence against his ex-wife, 34-year-old actress Amber Heard, saying that the allegations were made against her as part of a plot and married. Johnny Depp appeared in the London High Court on July 7, where he has filed a lawsuit against the leading British newspaper The Sun for publishing a false article. Johnny Depp had documented a claim in a London court in April 2018 against the British paper The Sun for composing a bogus article. In its article, The Sun called Johnny Depp a "spouse victimizer" and expounded on how Johnny Depp tormented his significant other the most noticeably terrible.
While Johnny Depp was depicted as a man who mishandled his significant other, his ex-wife Amber Heard was additionally depicted as an abused lady. Following the paper's distribution of the article, Johnny Depp recorded a claim against the paper in a British court, claiming 200,000 euros in harms, and a few hearings have been held. Johnny Depp also submitted a written statement to the court. During the hearing of the same case, two actresses who had been in a romantic relationship with Johnny Depp had submitted a statement in his favour on May 13 last month.
In addition, the principal secretary of his ex-wife, Amber Heard, submitted a statement in favour of Johnny Depp on May 16. After the women submitted statements in favour of Johnny Depp, the British newspaper had asked the court on June 26 to dismiss the case of the actor, as the actor has not yet submitted the evidence that he used drugs and to violence or not against women. However, the court rejected the British newspaper's request on July 3 this month and the three-week trial of Johnny Depp's case began on July 7.
According to the news agency Reuters, the lawyers of the newspaper including Johnny Depp and Amber Heard also participated at the beginning of the trial and during the hearing Johnny Depp recorded his statement. While recording the statement, Johnny Depp once again denied all the allegations against him and clarified that he never tortured his ex-wife Amber Heard. He clarified that Amber Heard was lying about the violence, he had never tortured any other woman.
In court, Johnny Depp admitted that he uses a variety of drugs, including alcohol, and that he has had the habit since he was 11 years old, and that his addiction has nothing to do with violence against women. According to Johnny Depp, he never gets angry after taking drugs, nor does he raise the question of torturing anyone while intoxicated. During the hearing, the newspaper's lawyers also cross-examined Johnny Depp and called the newspaper's article a lie. According to the Associated Press (AP), a British newspaper article claimed that Johnny Depp tortured Amber Heard at least 14 times in different countries and occasions from 2013 to 2016.
However, in his statement, Johnny Depp denied all the allegations and said that he and his ex-wife had tortured him in the same countries and occasions mentioned. According to the BBC, the actor claimed during the hearing that Amber Heard came into his life under the agenda and he increased his career and wealth by marrying her. According to the actor, Amber Heard had a good attitude in the early days of the marriage, but later she changed and ruined the actor's life. According to the AP, during the hearing, the court was informed that in the early days of her marriage to Johnny Depp, Amber Heard had established an illicit relationship with Elon Musk, the owner of Tesla, a private car and scientific equipment manufacturer.
The court was also told that Amber Heard had formed a relationship with Elon Musk and another co-star, James Franco, shortly after her marriage. Johnny Depp and Amber Heard also wore fashionable face masks during the court hearing, and Amber Heard's statement was not recorded at the hearing. The trial will last for at least three weeks, with the possibility of an extension being extended.
In addition to the case, Johnny Depp has filed a 50 million lawsuit in a U.S. court against his ex-wife, Amber Heard, for making false allegations of violence. Amber Heard filed for divorce in 2016, accusing Johnny Depp of violence, and they divorced in 2017. Johnny Depp, and Amber Heard, were married in 2011 and married in February 2015.