Amber Heard’s Friend Says Johnny Depp Told Him About ‘Rage Activities’ With Winona Ryder and Kate Moss

Johnny Depp admitted to Amber Heard’s friend that there had been so-called “rage activities” in his past relationships with Winona Ryder, Kate Moss and Vanessa Paradis, according to shocking testimony in the ex-spouses’ libel trial.

In pre-recorded testimony presented in court on Tuesday, Ms Heard’s friend iO Tillett Wright told the court that Mr Depp confided in her that he “experienced major bouts of jealousy” in relationships that also fueled his problems with the alcohol.

“He experienced major bouts of jealousy in relationships which had also led to heavy drinking and angry activities,” Mr. Wright testified.

“He told me that happened with Winona. She told me that happened with Kate. I’m sorry with Winona Ryder and Kate Moss.

“He told me that happened with Vanessa Paradis.”

Last week, Ms Heard testified that she had “instantly” thought “of Kate Moss and the stairs” when she recounted a fight with Mr Depp involving her sister Whitney.

During Depp’s libel trial in the UK against Sun -which he lost-, Heard claimed that Depp pushed model Kate Moss down a staircase while they were dating in the 1990s.

During Tuesday’s testimony, Mr. Wright explained that he first befriended Ms. Heard, who then introduced him to Mr. Depp.

He also became close to Depp until 2015 when he said he stopped being friends with the actor.

While they were friends, she recalled having conversations with him about Ms. Heard, Mr. Depp’s drug and alcohol use, and the “monster” he would become when he wasn’t sober.

He recalled a conversation in which Depp allegedly said that Heard had no talent and “all she has is her looks.”

“When her breasts start sagging and wrinkling, no one is going to care,” he recalled Depp saying about his wife.

He also said that Depp spoke to him about his substance abuse problems on several occasions, saying that “it bothered him that he had to be sober.”

“He didn’t particularly enjoy being sober, but people around him were very, very worried,” he said.

Mr. Wright testified that he never saw Mr. Depp physically abuse Ms. Heard.

However, he said that she had confided in him that her husband had abused her and heard about one of the alleged violent incidents over the phone.

He recalled his account of the violent incident on May 21, 2016, when police were called to the couple’s Los Angeles penthouse after Depp allegedly threw a cell phone that hit Heard in the face.

Wright said he was on the phone with Heard when Depp picked up the phone and asked if he had defecated on his side of the bed.

He testified that he laughed and couldn’t believe it.

At that point, she said she heard a bang and Ms. Heard started screaming.

He heard Mr. Depp’s voice saying, “Do you think I hit you?”

Mr. Wright, who was in New York at the time, testified that he hung up the phone to call a neighbor to come help Ms. Heard before calling 911.

Wright also recalled a conversation she had with Depp at the couple’s 2015 Bahamas wedding, where she claimed the actor told her he could “punch her in the face” once they were married.

Mr. Wright testified that he was walking from the ceremony to the wedding reception with Mr. Depp congratulating him on their nuptials.

As they headed to the party, she said the actor told her no one could “do anything” if she hit Ms. Heard now that they were husband and wife.

“I was walking with Johnny and congratulating him because they made it and they did it,” he said.

“And he said, ‘We’re already married. I can punch her in the face of her and nobody can do anything about it.’”

The statement was made in court after Ms Heard’s testimony came to an end following an intense two-day cross-examination by Mr Depp’s legal team.

Depp sues his ex-wife for defamation over a 2018 op-ed she wrote washington post where she described herself as “a public figure representing domestic abuse.”

The pirates of the Caribbean The actor is not named in the article, which is titled “I have spoken out against sexual violence and faced the wrath of our culture. That has to change.”

However, Depp claims that it falsely implies that he is a domestic abuser, something he adamantly denies, and has left him struggling to land roles in Hollywood. He is suing for $50 million.

Ms Heard is countersuing for $100 million, accusing Mr Depp of orchestrating a “smear campaign” against her and describing his lawsuit as a continuation of “abuse and harassment”.

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