Amber Heard releases ‘diary’ with details of alleged abuse by Johnny Depp


Actress Amber Heard, 36, continues to seek evidence to prove her innocence, even after losing the defamation lawsuit against her ex-husband, actor Johnny Depp, 58. The trial ended on June 1 and the artist was compensated in R$ 40 million.

Heard participated in an interview on Dateline and showed medical documents that “represented years of real-time explanations of what was going on,” she said. The documents have reports since 2011, when the two met. The actress and Depp made it official in 2012, and, after getting married in 2015, they divorced in 2016.

“There is a journal of years of notes going back to 2011, from the beginning of my relationship, taken by my doctor, to whom I was reporting the abuse,” the actress explained. In the excerpts presented to the program, there are notes that, in 2012, according to the doctor, Depp “beat her, threw her against a wall and threatened to kill her”.

The actress even aired an episode where the actor allegedly “ripped the actress’s pajamas, threw her on the bed”. Excerpts from the interview were reproduced by the EW website. The documents were not used as evidence in the trial as they were considered “just hearsay” by the jury.

Recently, the actor and his band, The Hollywood Vampires, announced the 2023 European tour dates. The actor (and guitarist) will perform alongside Joe Perry, Alice Cooper and Tommy Henriksen. “The Hollywood Vampires are back! We’re going to Germany and Luxembourg in 2023,” reads the statement, posted on Instagram stories.

Tickets go on sale on Sunday (27). Recently, days after the victory against Heard, Depp revealed that he would release an album with guitarist Jeff Beck. The two will perform at the Montreux Jazz Festival on the 15th of July, the same day that they release their new album together, called “18”.

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