Amber Heard’s fear gesture when facing Johnny Depp

VIRGINIA, UNITED STATES.- A video of the scary gesture he made Amber Heard seeing himself face to face with Johnny Depp has gone viral on social networks.

The ex-husbands star in a controversial trial in which they have revealed intimate details of your marriagein which, according to the protagonist of Aquaman, her husband abused her on several occasions and physically abused her.

Heard’s reaction came after one of his sessions in front of the judge ended. In the images it is seen that Depp walks near the stage where Heard was and she, seeing him from the front, backs away and her gesture is one of terror.

Depp, seeing how his ex-wife reacted, shrugged his shoulders, laughed and turned to let her out, escorted by another security agent.

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To avoid the closeness between the two, one of the members of the security prevents the actor from Pirates of the Caribbeanwhile another gets in the way so that neither has contact.


Depp, 58, filed a lawsuit against Heard over an op-ed she wrote for the newspaper Washington Post in December 2018, in which the actress described herself as a “public figure representing domestic abuse.”

Heard, who had a leading role in the film “Aquaman”, She did not name Depp in the op-ed, but the actor has sued her for implying he was an abuser and is seeking $50 million in damages.

Heard countersued, asking for $100 million and claiming she suffered “unbridled physical violence and abuse” at his hands.

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During four days of pre-trial testimony, Depp denied physically abusing Heard and claimed that she was the one who was frequently violent.

While the actress gave details about Depp’s continued drug and alcohol use and his recurring efforts to get sober during their relationship.

He said a bodyguard once had to carry an unconscious Depp in his arms “like a baby” to his rented London house.