Johnny Depp and Amber Heard’s trial continues in Virginia and we’re getting a lot of tea. We are now a week into the whole thing, and it has made headlines every single day. Depp appears to be regretting the language he used against his ex-wife in the past.
We noted earlier that the jury in the ongoing trial heard text messages that Depp had sent to his friend in which he berated Heard. One of the texts read that Depp wished Amber Heard’s corpse rotted in a car’s trunk. Now he was asked to read those texts aloud in court.
On Thursday, Depp was questioned by Heard’s lawyer about the said texts. In response, the 58-year-old actor said he was not proud of any of the language in those texts.
“I’ll just say that I’m not proud of any of the language that I used in these anger,” said Depp
Depp’s original text read, “Hopefully that c*nt’s rotting corpse is decomposing in the f—–g trunk of a Honda Civic!!.” “I will f— her burnt corpse afterwards to make sure she is dead.” The actor testified that he is embarrassed by the use of such words and noted “dark humor” has been a habit of his to express himself.
When Heard came out with the allegations against Depp, his Hollywood image was ruined, and as a consequence, the industry was hesitant to offer him any roles. We will see what becomes of the ongoing case as the time passes and eagerly await the conclusion.
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