Amber Heard’s Testimony Is Referred As ‘Performance Of Her Life’ By Johnny Depp

Amber Heard’s testimony is being dismantled by Johnny Depp’s team, who claim it is nothing more than performance art.

Johnny’s spokesman tells TMZ that Amber has been “preparing to give the performance of her life in this trial,” which they predicted during opening statements. They now claim that their forecast was dead on.

Amber Heard's Testimony Is Referred As 'Performance Of Her Life' By Johnny Depp

They claim that her abuse stories have evolved over time, adding “new and convenient details.” They claim, on the other hand, that Johnny’s “recollections have remained exactly the same throughout the 6 painful years since her first allegations were made.”

They also believe that the upcoming cross-examination by Johnny’s team, which will focus on potential contradictions in her accounts, will be telling. Amber finished her second day of testimony yesterday, telling the jury that he called her a “nagging bitch” and a “c***.”

Amber further claimed that during one of Johnny’s alleged violent episodes, he once penetrated her with a glass bottle.

She also said he threatened to kill her on several occasions, including over Christmas on his Bahamas island. He allegedly threatened to kill her if she ever embarrassed him in front of his children again.




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