Johnny Depp’s Horrific Text Messages About Amber Heard Revealed In Court

By James Brizuela | 4 weeks ago

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The defamation trial between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard is well underway, and past opening statements, witnesses have been brought in. Those witnesses include Depp’s sister and childhood friend Isaac Baruch, who claim that Heard has fabricated all the abuse allegations she has stated against the actor. However, the newest updates come in the form of text messages that were exchanged between Depp and Baruch. During the cross-examination aspect of Baruch’s testimony, the defense read aloud text messages. They were horrific in nature and Depp sent referred to Heard’s “rotting corpse.” You can see Baruch’s testimony below:

Isaac Baruch continually speaks about Amber Heard maliciously lying, but he also wants both Johnny Depp and Heard to heal. He also speaks about how Depp’s family has been wrecked and how many people were affected while he breaks down in emotional fervor. However, the text messages between Baruch and Depp were then read. One of which stated that Depp hoped, “[Heard’s] rotting corpse is decomposing in the f—–g trunk of a Honda Civic.” While this text is certainly something that can be construed as a deeply angered and emotional response, it is not going to look good in court, especially considering the man is accused of domestic violence. Baruch also corroborated the text message and confirmed that it was written. Another of Depp’s messages read, “That c— ruined such a f—–g cool life we had for a while.” While most of the testimony that has taken place has been in favor of the actor, his text messages might also ruin all the progress made.

Johnny Depp is suing Amber Heard for defamation of character in the sum of $50 million. This amount is in response to the fact that the actor was fired from Fantastic Beasts and Disney dropped the eventual Pirates of the Caribbean reboot franchise. However, Heard is also countersuing Depp for the sum of $100 million. Before the trial began, the actress took to her Instagram to speak about the “love” that she still has for the man and hopes that they can both move on with their lives when the trial is concluded. That same sentiment was shared by Baruch. There is no telling if both will be able to move on after losing such substantial money to the other. More witnesses are said to appear in court as well. This includes actors like James Franco, Paul Bettany, and even Elon Musk. They might be going in favor of Depp, but his text messages will still be some damaging evidence.

The Johnny Depp and Amber Heard defamation trial will last up to six weeks, and a break for the presiding judge will happen during the second week of May. This could mean that a verdict will not be established until mid-May. This extended period will likely see more figures and friends of both parties coming in to tell their side of the story. Whatever happens, more personal details are likely to come out about both Depp and Heard that may tarnish their reputations regardless of the outcome.