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Johnny Depp-Amber Heard Trial: Unsealed Court Documents Reveal Bombshell Allegations

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Johnny Depp and Amber Heard’s contentious divorce trial took a shocking turn this week, as unsealed court documents revealed a host of bombshell allegations against the actor.

Heard, who filed for divorce from Depp in 2016 after just 15 months of marriage, has accused her ex-husband of physical and emotional abuse throughout their relationship. In a sworn declaration filed in Los Angeles Superior Court, Heard alleges that Depp threw her cellphone at her during a fight in 2014, hitting her in the face; choked her and smeared blood on her face during a fight in 2015; and threw a wine bottle at her during another argument in 2016, narrowly missing her head.

Depp has denied all of Heard’s allegations of abuse.

Johnny Depp’s Attorneys Wanted to Submit Amber Heard’s Nudes Into Evidence

Johnny Depp‘s attorneys were hoping to submit Amber Heard‘s nude photos as part of their evidence in the defamation case against the actress.

The move was reportedly part of an effort to prove that Heard had “falsely accused Mr. Depp of domestic violence in an attempt to generate positive publicity for herself and advance her career,” according to court documents.

However, the judge in the case ruled that the photos were “immaterial and impertinent” and would not be allowed as evidence.

Amber Heard Accused of Working as an “Escort” Before Meeting Johnny Depp

The accusation comes from a new book, titled “Johnny Depp: A Night in the Life,” which details the actor’s tumultuous relationship with Heard.

According to the book, Heard was working as an “escort” when she met Depp and continued to do so throughout their relationship.

The book claims that Heard would often bring other men home when Depp was away and that she would charge them for sex.

Heard has not commented on the accusations.

Marilyn Manson recently reached out to Johnny Depp via text message to discuss the possibility of an “Amber 2.0” situation, according to a report from Page Six.

The original “Amber” situation refers to the time when Depp’s ex-wife Amber Heard accused him of domestic violence, which led to the actor losing his role in the “Pirates of the Caribbean” franchise.

In the text message, Manson allegedly told Depp that he was “thinking about you” and that he “heard about Amber 2.0.” He also reportedly offered to help Depp in any way he can.

Depp has not responded to Manson’s text message as of yet.

Johnny Depp’s Lawyers Wanted to Exclude His Texts With Marilyn Manson in Trial Against Amber Heard

According to The Blast, the lawyers argued that the texts were “hearsay” and “not relevant” to the case.

The texts reportedly date back to 2015, when Depp and Heard were still married.

In one of the texts, Depp allegedly told Manson that he was “thinking about having [Heard] killed.”

Manson reportedly replied, “Let’s call Joe Pesci. I’ll kill her for you.”

Pesci is a former Hollywood actor who is known for his roles in violent films like Goodfellas and Casino.

Amber Heard’s Attorneys Claimed Johnny Depp Suffered From Erectile Dysfunction

Amber Heard’s attorneys have claimed that Johnny Depp suffered from erectile dysfunction, according to court documents.

The claim was made in a filing on Monday in response to Depp’s $50 million defamation lawsuit against his ex-wife.

In the filing, Heard’s attorneys said that Depp’s “erectile dysfunction and/or performance issues” were “well-documented” and that they had “direct bearing” on his “physical, emotional, and mental state of mind during the relevant time period.”

Depp’s attorneys have not yet responded to the claims.

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