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Johnny Depp Reveals He Felt ‘Blinding Hurt’ After Reading Amber Heard’s Op-ed


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Johnny
Depp
who
is
currently
suing
Amber
Heard,
while
on
stand
recalled
reading
her
op-ed
published
in
The
Washington
Post
in
December
2018.
The

Pirates
of
the
Caribbean

star
said
that
he
felt
“blinding
hurt” and
like
he
had
been
hit
in
the
back
of
his
head.

Johnny Depp amber heard

Fans Demand Justice For Johnny Depp After Amber Heard Admits To 'Hitting' Him In Voice ClipFans
Demand
Justice
For
Johnny
Depp
After
Amber
Heard
Admits
To
‘Hitting’
Him
In
Voice
Clip

For
the
unversed,
in
2018
Amber
published
an
op-ed
in
the
paper
claiming
she
is
a
victim
of
domestic
violence.
She
wrote,
“like
many
women,
I
had
been
harassed
and
sexually
assaulted
by
the
time
I
was
of
college
age.
But
I
kept
quiet

I
did
not
expect
filing
complaints
to
bring
justice.
And
I
didn’t
see
myself
as
a
victim.”

During
the
ongoing
trial,
Depp
was
asked
how
he
felt
after
reading
Heard’s
op-ed
in
The
Washington
Post.
According
to
The
Independent,
Johnny
said,
“It
was
like
somebody
had
hit
me
in
the
back
of
the
head
with
a
2×4.”

Depp
is
now
suing
the
Aquaman
star
for
defaming
his
name
in
the
paper
and
costing
him
film
projects
like
Pirates
of
the
Caribbean
and
Wizarding
World
movies.
The
actor’s
lawyers
have
claimed
the
op-ed
bears
a
“clear
implication
that
Mr.
Depp
is
a
domestic
abuser,” which
they
claim
is
“categorically
and
demonstrably
false.”
In
compensation,
Depp
is
seeking
“not
less
than
USD
50
million”
in
damages
from
Heard.

Meanwhile,
fellow
celebrities
are
also
opening
up
about
the
couple
due
to
the
highly
televised
trial.
After
Alec
Baldwin’s
daughter
Ireland
opened
up
in
Johnny’s
support,
Howard
Stern
has
branded
Depp
a
“huge
narcissist”.

howard stern

Ireland Baldwin Defends Johnny Depp Amid Trial, Calls Amber Heard A 'Terrible Person' In Instagram PostIreland
Baldwin
Defends
Johnny
Depp
Amid
Trial,
Calls
Amber
Heard
A
‘Terrible
Person’
In
Instagram
Post

Stern
on
Monday
(April
25)
during
his
SiriusXM
radio
show,
discussed
the
ongoing
trial
and
called
the
actor
out
for
overacting.
He
said,
“The
reason
he
wanted
that
on

he
wanted
it
televised
[because]
that’s
what
narcissists
do.
They
think
they
can
talk
their
way
out
of
anything.
I
think
Johnny
Depp
is
a
huge
narcissist
and
what
I
mean
by
that
is

he
figured,
‘I’ll
put
this
on
TV
and
because
I’m
so
persuasive
and
because
I’m
so
smart,
I’m
such
a
wonderful
guy.'”

Stern
claimed
that
Johnny
is
acting
during
the
trial
and
writing
the
narrative
as
he
goes,
and
added,
“I’ll
play
you
some
clips
from
the
Johnny
Depp
trial.
If
he
isn’t
acting

I
mean,
he’s
so
overacting
because
he’s
writing
his
own
material
as
he
goes
along.
You
know,
I
gotta
tell
you,
he’s
wrong.
He
shouldn’t
be
putting
this
on
TV
in
any
shape.”

The
trial
began
on
April
11,
2022,
and
is
expected
to
last
a
couple
of
weeks
as
the
cross-examination
continues.
The
actor
took
to
stand
for
more
than
three
days,
and
other
celebrities
expected
to
give
their
testimonies
are
Elon
Musk
and
Paul
Bettany.

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