Former companion of Johnny Depp in the 1990s, supermodel Kate Moss could appear on Wednesday in the trial between the actor and Amber Heard.
Supermodel Kate Moss, partner of Johnny Depp in the 1990s, could appear on Wednesday in the high-profile lawsuit brought by the actor, who accuses his ex-wife Amber Heard of defamation, US media said on Monday citing sources close to them. of the comedian.
The 48-year-old Briton is due to testify by videoconference from California, a clarified the daily “New York Post”. Kate Moss, who was in a relationship with the star of the saga “Pirates of the Caribbean” between 1994 and 1997, was called to testify by the lawyers of Johnny Depp.
During her May 5 deposition, Amber Heard described a heated argument with her husband in March 2015 and raised a rumor that Johnny Depp pushed the ex-model down a flight of stairs at the time. “I immediately thought of Kate Moss on the stairs, and I gave her a shot,” she said.
The actor’s lawyers hope that Kate Moss rejects this rumor and discredits the entire testimony of the 36-year-old actress. Johnny Depp accuses Amber Heard of having ruined her reputation and her career by having claimed in a column published in 2018 by the “Washington Post” that she had suffered domestic violence two years earlier, when they were married, without however mention his name.
He claims to have never raised his hand on a woman and assures that the violence emanated from his wife, claiming 50 million in damages. The “Aquaman” actress has counterattacked and is asking for the double, claiming that the violence began as early as 2012, a year after the start of their relationship.
A specialist surgeon, Richard Moore, denied on Monday the allegations of Johnny Depp, who claims to have had a fingertip torn off in Australia in 2015 by a shard of glass from a bottle of vodka thrown by his wife during a dispute. There was no shard of glass on the affected finger or on the hand, he said.
Another doctor, psychologist David Spiegel, portrayed the comedian’s “narcissistic” personality, exacerbated by a dangerous overconsumption of a cocktail of drugs associated with alcohol. He referred to the actor’s supposed “jealousy, sudden change of mood, difficulty keeping calm and, to some degree, acceptance of violence”. Alcohol and cocaine “significantly increase the risk of domestic violence,” said the practitioner.
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