Johnny Depp's shocking texts about ex-wife Amber Heard read aloud in court; say he'll 'burn' and 'drown' her

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Pirates of the Caribbean star Johnny Depp had delivered surprising texts right back in November 2013 to Avengers: Endgame actor Paul Bettany about their ex-wife and Aquaman celebrity Amber Heard. The messages, which stated he wished to “burn” and “drown” her and then “f*** her dead corpse”, had been read out during the High Court in London. This has arrived throughout the few’s appropriate fight where Amber accused Depp to be abusive towards her in their relationship. 

During the initial hearing that were held on Wednesday, February 27, over 70,000 text messages were “accidentally” disclosed by Depp’s previous appropriate group into the judge. The distressful texts included gross information on Depp’s nature. In their messages, he published, “Let’s drown her before we burn her!!! I will f*** her burnt corpse afterwards to make sure she is dead.”

In other emails that Depp delivered to Bettany in May 2014, browse, “I’m gonna properly stop the booze thing darling … Drank all night before I picked Amber up to fly to LA, this past Sunday,” depending on a Daily Mail report. 

Another text read, “Ugly, mate… No food for days… Powders… Half a bottle of whiskey, a thousand red bull and vodkas, pills, two bottles of champers on plane and what do you get…???” 

Adam Wolanski, who had been representing the set of reporters when you look at the judge, claimed that the value associated with emails promises the star was not intoxicated from the trip where Amber stated he slapped and banged her and put their shoe at her before passing call at the toilet. 

During the program, Depp’s attorney said, “Nowhere, we repeat, nowhere, will there be just one cigarette smoking firearm, text, or mail, no document—unlike Ms. Heard’s very own taped confession we looked over before; there’s no document where Mr. Depp states ‘I hit Ms. Heard’ not to mention ‘I hit her on many events.'”

The legal fight between Depp and Heard is the fact that previous is suing the latter for $50 million in Nothern Virginia, claiming he ended up being defamed in articles she wrote about him when you look at the Washington Post. In this article, Amber needed much better help for domestic assault sufferers like by herself but didn’t title Depp when you look at the piece.  

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