Amber Heard appeared in court on 30th may to file a divorce claiming that Johnny Depp Physically assaulted her and she’s been the victim of repeated domestic violence.
According to Page Six’s exclusive report,tension grew between the couple in April 2015 with bisexual Heard’s close friendship with the Brooklyn-based Wright ( a photographer and bisexual-rights activist ).
Heard said in legal papers that she was on the phone with iO Tillett Wright on Saturday, May 21, when “ he wounded up his arm like a baseball pitcher” and flung her iPhone at her right eye. She further claimed “He then forcibly pulled back my hair as I attempted to stand on the sofa,” . “Johnny continued screaming at me, pulling my hair, striking me and violently grabbing my face.”
While on phone with Wright, Amber asked her to call 911. When the cops came to the residence, Johnny had already fled, so they took a report.
According to a report in TMZ “cops told Amber they would find Johnny and arrest him if she gave a statement about the alleged violence, but she refused. Officers told her if she changed her mind she could call them.”
Amber’s journey to the court
Heard claimed that after he allegedly hit her he offered her money to stay quiet. But instead she filed for a divorce on Monday morning.
Amber Heard showed up in court with a bruise on her face to file for a divorce citing ‘irreconcilable differences’.
Her accusations :-
- “During the entirety of our relationship, Johnny has been verbally and physically abusive to me”
- “Johnny has a long-held and widely-acknowledged public and private history of drug and alcohol abuse”
- “He has a short fuse and is often paranoid and his temper is exceptionally scary for me as it has proven many times to be physically dangerous and/or life threatening to me.”
- Depp must now stay 100 yards away from her.
- Heard gets to live in the couple’s LA home.
- She lost her bid to keep the couple’s Range Rover and to bar Depp from her Yorkshire terrier, Pistol.
- The judge also denied Heard’s request that Depp be ordered to attend anger-management classes and pay her $50,000 a month for legal fees.