LONDON, KOMPAS.com — On Tuesday, Amber Heard denied allegations that she fabricated injuries to prove that her ex-husband Johnny Depp had been violent toward her.
Amber Heard took to the witness box for the second straight day providing evidence in Johnny Depp’s libel trial against a British tabloid.
The tabloid accused Johnny Depp of domestic violence.
On the first day of testimony at Britain’s High Court in London, Amber Heard claimed that Depp had abused her physically and verbally during their marriage.
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She also accused the Hollywood star of bingeing on alcohol and drugs hence causing her to fear for her personal safety during their relationship.
Depp’s lawyer, Eleanor Laws, presented a series of video clips from an elevator at the former couple’s Los Angeles apartment building to show that Heard fabricated her injuries following an incident on May 21, 2016.
Amber Heard has alleged that Depp, 57, threw a phone at her “like he was a baseball pitcher” that evening, hitting her on the right cheek and eye.
Heard, 34, denied allegations that she was making things up.
“Of course I had an injury,” she said.