An embarrassing video. For several days, Johnny Depp has been opposed to his ex-wife Amber Heard in a legal battle that took place in court in Fairfax, Virginia. Accused of domestic violence by his former companion, the American actor has always claimed his innocence and in turn denounced the behavior of the young woman. And this Tuesday, April 26, the star of Pirates of the Caribbean brought a new element that could undermine the defense of Amber Heard.

Johnny Depp has indeed unveiled a surprising video dating from 2016, through which the actor accuses his ex-wife of infidelity with Elon Musk. In the images, we can see the 36-year-old actress in an elevator, on the arm of the boss of Tesla. Simply dressed in a white blanket, she does not hesitate to snuggle up in the arms of the billionaire. According to Johnny Depp, the affair between Amber Heard and Elon Musk would have started in 2015. But this assertion was quickly denied by the lawyers of the new owner of Twitter, as revealed by our colleagues from The new platform. “Elon and Amber didn’t start seeing each other until May 2016, and even then their meetings were rare. Their relationship didn’t become romantic until some time later,” a spokesperson said. Elon Musk.

An embarrassing audio recording for Johnny Depp

But Amber Heard did not want to let it go. After Johnny Depp’s cross-examination, his lawyers released an embarrassing audio file for the actor, because it could underline the violent character of Lily-Rose Depp’s father. “You took it all, you want my blood, take it,” Johnny Depp said, knife in hand after learning of his wife’s divorce petition, as reported by the Daily Mail, this Monday, April 25. “Please don’t cut your skin. Don’t do it,” Amber Heard then begged him. Once the recording aired, Jognny Depp tried to justify himself: “I was quite confused to have been called to her house at that time since all the news was about the fact that I had supposedly done all these horrible things .”

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Lara T.
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