Johnny Depp maintains that Amber Herd fabricated her claims.
Although Johnny Depp seems to have moved on romantically from his ex-wife Amber Heard with an attractive Russian model, the ordeal surrounding his nasty divorce to Heard has yet to end. The latter stemmed from domestic allegations which were brought forth by Heard, who claimed Depp had abused her throughout the entirety of their marriage. Moreover, the plot thickened as the actress revealed further details, adding that Depp had an abusive alter ego he called "The Monster." As such, photos of her bruises were since shared online and shocked everyone, bringing their marriage at the center of public discourse. And now, the drama continues.
According to Page Six, Johnny Depp continues to maintain that Amber Heard is lying. Precisely, the famed actor suggests that his ex-wife faked the bruises on her face by using paint and so in order to fabricate the domestic violence claims against him. Furthermore, Depp alleges he was the true victim of abuse in their tumultuous marriage. The information was retrieved from court documents where Johnny Depp spoke on Herd's allegations.
Herein, Depp calls Heard's allegations "categorically and demonstrably false." Moreover, in the new court papers, the Pirates of the Caribbean actor shares: "I will continue to deny them for the rest of my life. I never abused Ms. Heard or any other woman." As for his status as the true victim, he states: "Throughout our relationship, Ms. Heard also committed domestic violence against me. She hit, punched, and kicked me. She also repeatedly and frequently threw objects into my body and head, including heavy bottles, soda cans, burning candles, television remote controls, and paint thinner cans, which severely injured me."