A recent release from police body cam footage from 2016 shows that when Amber Heard called the police about a huge fight she had with her ex-husband, Johnny Depp, where she claimed their apartment was trashed and he threw a phone at her.
The footage shows that no such actions took place.
The police were called to the scene where recently released footage shows the apartment is nearly spotless with no sign of assault or struggle.
With the recent footage and statements from the LAPD footage it shows that Amber Heard has not only lied about the incident under oath but also leads to more evidence to the belief that she fabricated her bruises on her face with makeup.
Amber Heard’s friend, Rocky Pennington, a supposed “eyewitness” to the alleged assault claimed “They have a big kitchen island in the middle of the kitchen and on there, there’s candles and like fruit and, you know, glass, like jars and vases and things like that. And he just was hitting everything with the wine bottle, just smashing it all off. So there was fruit on the floor and baskets and, you know, glass bottles and flowers”.
Much of what was described by both Heard and her friend Rocky, which they both said in sworn statements, was absent in the body cam footage shown. The fruit baskets, the smashed wine bottle, the stains on the floors and walls, were all absent.
With this recent footage being released publicly the “JusticeForJohnny” Hashtag was once again trending on Twitter.
In the court of public opinion at least, Heard is seen as guilty by many, and this new evidence may help Johnny in his future legal battles.
Heard seems to be on her way out of Hollywood with her role in Aquaman 2 now uncertain and no new projects for her being announced.
Perhaps her time as a star has faded and will be now eclipsed as being an abuser?
[Source: Daily Mail UK]
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