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Johnny Depp Denies Amber Heard’s Sexual Assault Allegation

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Content material warning: This story discusses sexual assault and abuse.

Johnny Depp is denying the sexual assault allegations his ex-wife Amber Heard‘s lawyer made towards him on the primary day of his $50 million defamation trial.

The previous couple is squaring off within the Fairfax County Courthouse in Virginia after Depp sued Heard over a 2018 op-ed she wrote for the Washington Publish about surviving home violence.  Whereas the 35-year-old by no means talked about Depp by identify within the article—entitled “Amber Heard: I spoke up against sexual violence—and faced our culture’s wrath. That has to change“—her lawyer Ben Rottenborn now claims it was Depp who was the alleged abuser.

“Tragically, it is true,” Rottenborn advised the courtroom in Virginia in April 11 throughout his opening arguments. “Amber did undergo sexual violence by the hands of Depp.”

He additionally stated the actress suffered domestic abuse by Depp that “took many varieties,” together with bodily, emotional, verbal and psychological abuse.

“You’ll hear in essentially the most graphic and horrifying phrases in regards to the violence that she suffered,” Rottenborn stated about Heard’s upcoming testimony. “You may hear that straight from her. She’s going to get on the stand and she’s going to inform you that. It occurred.”

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