Amber Heard wasn’t too completely satisfied about being categorized as having character dysfunction throughout her ex-husband Johnny Depp‘s defamation trial. Psychologist Shannon Curry, employed by Depp’s legal professionals, mentioned that after inspecting Heard’s psychological well being data and evaluating the actress for 12 hours over two days in Dec. 2021, she concluded Heard suffers from borderline character dysfunction and histrionic character dysfunction.
Upon listening to this analysis, Heard appeared noticeably irritated, rolling her eyes whereas in courtroom.
“She obtained scores that had been according to these diagnoses,” Curry mentioned throughout the listening to. “I current science no matter what that science could also be,” she added, responding to Heard’s lawyer, Elaine Bredehoft, who tried to discredit the testimony resulting from Curry being employed on Depp’s behalf.
Curry, nonetheless, continued in her testimony by noting a number of the main traits of BPD that Heard exhibited, together with “lots of interior anger and hostility,” an inclination to be “self-righteous” and “fluctuating moods.”
“They’ll react violently, they will react bodily,” she mentioned. “Oftentimes they are going to be abusive to their companions.”
Curry, who famous her expertise with US fight veterans, mentioned that it was her opinion Heard didn’t endure from post-traumatic stress dysfunction (PTSD) and had “grossly exaggerated her signs in a take a look at she was given.
Depp’s defamation trial towards his ex-wife continues, and each actors appear to be pulling out all the stops of their battle towards one another. Whereas being cross examined on Monday April 25, defense’s lawyer J. Benjamin Rottenborn performed an audio snippet of a dialogue between Depp, 58, and Heard, 36, the place he instructed his ex-wife that he wished to “stroll away” or else they might have a “bloodbath” of an argument.
The part of the dialog played in court started with the Pirates of the Caribbean actor apparently telling Amber that he wanted some area. “Strolling away is important—is important, particularly between you and I. It’s of utmost significance, as a result of the following transfer, if I don’t stroll away—or simply exit for a short while—it’s simply going to be a massacre,” he mentioned. “It’s simply not price it.”
Amber responded that she additionally didn’t desire a massacre, fairly than him to depart. “I’m not making an attempt to say, ‘Hey, by the best way, nobody of their proper thoughts goes to decide on a massacre over strolling away.’ Clearly, in case you’re given the choice between the 2—,” she mentioned, earlier than Johnny interrupted to ask a query. “Then, why has it been chosen so many instances?” he mentioned.