A new video emerged the day before Amber Heard was due to be deposed in her ongoing legal battle with estranged husband, Johnny Depp, of an alleged altercation between the two.
In the video that TMZ first published Friday, Depp appears to be in a fit of rage over an unknown incident that occurred earlier in the day. He storms through the kitchen slamming cabinets, breaking objects and yelling expletives, all while interrogating Heard.
“Nothing happened this morning, you know that?” she tells him. “I just woke up and you were so sweet and nice – we were not even fighting this morning. All I said was sorry.”
He then approaches Heard, who reportedly filmed the video that sources in Depp’s camp reportedly claim is “heavily edited,” to pour himself a large glass of wine.
“You want to see crazy? I’ll give you crazy,” he says. “Here’s me – all your crazy.”
The feed is abruptly interrupted moments later when he apparently discovers that he is being filmed and appears to wrestle the phone away from Heard. The last sound we hear is the phone being slammed on the ground.
Sources in Depp’s camp say that the footage was an attempt to legitimize Heard’s accusations that the “Pirates of the Caribbean” actor abused her throughout their 15 months of marriage, according to TMZ.
However, Heard denied Saturday that she was the one to release the video on Saturday, the gossip site later reported, after arriving in Los Angeles for the deposition.
Watch the video below:
We have reached out to Amber Heard’s and Johnny Depp’s representatives and will update the post accordingly.
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