Amber Heard testified today in her intense court battle with Johnny Depp. Depp is suing Amber for $50 million after a Washington Post op-ed piece that accused him of abuse. Johnny claims he lost several high-profile parts in major movies due to the accusations, which he claims are false.
During her testimony, Amber recalled her first meeting with Johnny Depp. The two were linking up to discuss “The Rum Diary” in the late 2000s. Heard thought it was an audition, but it was so much more.
Amber Heard testified that her initial meeting with Johnny Depp was unusual and remarkable. The two talked about obscure old books and several other shared interests. Amber knew that despite a huge age gap, Depp was different from other men she’d met.
“We talked about books and music, poetry. We like a lot of the same stuff. Obscure writers and interesting books and pieces of poetry I haven’t heard anyone else know or reference or like.
I knew who he was. I wasn’t a fan of his work. I wasn’t familiar with him, but I knew who he was. I knew he was one of the most famous people in the world. It was weird because he’s twice my age and this famous actor and here we are getting along about old books and the blues. I thought it was unusual and remarkable. I left there feeling like ‘wow.'”
The honeymoon phase of their relationship didn’t last long. The tumultuous years the pair spent together have been publicly revealed as chaos. Amber Heard and Johnny Depp’s ongoing trial will continue, but Amber is already tired of reliving past trauma.
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