Amber Heard and Johnny Depp have been having a real mud fight in court for weeks. Now an expert questioned the pictures that were supposed to prove that Johnny Amber had become violent.
Amber Heard and Johnny Depp have been fighting a bitter mud fight in court for six weeks. The court verdict is imminent. The situation worsened again for both parties on Wednesday (May 25). For example, Kate Moss presented Amber’s claim that Johnny had once pushed the model down the stairs as a lie. But another test result now seems to weigh heavily on Amber. She is said to have edited the bruise images afterwards. But even Johnny Depp does not get off scot-free from this day of negotiations.
These photos, which show Amber with bruises, should actually prove in court that Johnny Depp used physical violence against her. But the evidence is now fatal to the actress herself. Bryan Neumeister made an explosive statement. The expert in digital forensics testified under oath that the images had been run through an editing program again. “The size and color were changed,” confirmed Neumeister, referring to the hematoma.
It is said that this was not the only case of digital processing. Another video showing Johnny Depp rampaging in the kitchen is also said to have been trimmed slightly to make it more dramatic. In the longer version, which was sent to an employee of the celebrity portal “TMZ”, Amber is said to have giggled about the freak at the beginning and end of the video.
But Amber’s ex Johnny, who is accused of verbal and psychological violence, also has to cash in. The reason is an SMS that the actor sent to the acting agents Chistiano Carino and Chris Dembrowski in August 2016, in which the 58-year-old literally mistook the tone. “She’s begging for global humiliation and she’s going to get it,” the message said. He called Amber a “money-digging, low-grade, superfluous, wimpy, overused and sloppy fish market” and threatened to rob her of her last breath in hopes of getting rid of her.
The actress reportedly fought back tears as Amber’s attorney, Ben Rottenborn, publicly read the news in court. Johnny’s lawyers then explained that Amber’s serious allegations in particular had forced the “Pirates of the Caribbean” actor to this emotional outburst.
Hardly anyone expected that. His own lawyers call Johnny Depp back to the witness stand. The process of the year has thus reached another high point on the home straight.
It’s not just the fans who are divided into “Team Johnny” and “Team Amber” in the defamation process – former colleagues of the “Pirates of the Caribbean” star also choose a side. While some don’t give the actor a good hair, other colleagues continue to support the 58-year-old.
The trial between Amber Heard and Johnny Depp is in its final round. On the 20th day of the trial, psychiatrist David Spiegel charged the actor. In addition, Kate Moss is scheduled to testify on Wednesday and Depp must return to the witness stand. The overview.