Johnny Depp's testimony has come to an end, alleging that he was the victim of domestic assault; a $50 million Defamation trial is expected to hear from Amber Heard in the next few weeks, according to the latest update

Johnny Depp's testimony has come to an end, alleging that he was the victim of domestic assault; a $ ...

The second UPDATE: 12:25 PM has concluded his testimony in his $50 million defamation trial against him today with a statement that he is not her, but domestic violence.

When asked if "I am a victim of domestic violence," the actor said "Yes" in his final question.

Following his long-held belief that he was not the Aquaman actress, the Pirates of the Caribbean actor, and his lawyers, as part of this strategy to reclaim his legacy on Monday. The narrative that influenced this case, and the marriage's 2017 end

Depp emphasized that he had been instrumental in his 2015 recovery from opioids, and that he now depicted his ex-wife as a potential trigger to a relapse.

Judge Penny Azcarate and the rest of the Fairfax County Courthouse of his predictions if Heard did not leave their LA residence and check into a bungalow at the Beverly Hills Hotel for several days. Heard did in fact visit the hotel as requested.

"That's not me, that's not who I have ever been," Depp said in one of his brief remarks, citing the long-distanced assertions that he had been physically abused to Heard. From a strategic perspective, Team Depp wants to leave the jury with after the roller coaster of his testimony over the last week.

To resolve the problem, Depp had to be reprimanded by Judge Azcarate for attempting to add his own courtroom commentary on the defense team.

Depp admitting to admitting to admitting to admitting to an end to their often turbulent time together in a manner. In fact, most of this final portion of the actor's multi-day testimony was the legal equivalent of a Etch A Sketch in relation to the distinctly unflattering image presented by Heard's defense team.

Depp's lawyers played a recording of the couple arguing over Depp's desire to walk out on Heard, which she described as a "pain in the ass," "harpy" and "bitch." Depp was also heard saying that Heard had a "borderline personality disorder" as the actress tells him she loves him.

"I was done...I stated clearly, I do not want to be with you," Depp said later in the recording, which included him asking Heard if she wanted to hit him in the ear "again." When Heard had reportedly struck the actor, no details were given.

When asked about his lawyer Jessica Meyers how he felt during the couple's marriage's dying days, Depp said he was "being nailed in one stop and not being able to do anything except react to her screaming like a Banshee and then telling me to calm down." Filled with Heard crying and telling Depp that he is "so f*cking mean," further recordings into the couple's most intimate moments played for the court a duo that in their softer or

"I was broken, really at the end, couldn't take it anymore," Depp said of the relationship's ending. In a recorded hearing for the court, the couple were heard arguing about why their marriage went wrong and her abuse claims. "We need to deal with that," Depp said as the allegations were later revealed. "You forced me to by going on the offense." Heard can be heard replying emotionally.

Heard will stand up for the trial, as well as Depp. We hear that she has denied receiving $100 million in the summer of 2020, and that she will testify in the next week or so.

Ben King, who served as house manager for Depp and Heard in the United Kingdom in 2014 and in Australia in 2015, has begun discussing his arguments.

Later today, another witness is expected to take the stand remotely via a video link.

UPDATE: 10:24 AM: While Johnny Depp wasn't being threatening in his text, it was simply putting "abstract humor" in his defense, he continued testifying as part of his $50 million defamation lawsuit against Amber Heard.

Depp, who wears sunglasses for the third week of trial, had extensive ath spot at the start of the third week of trial to reframe what he wrote.

Depp, referring to his now infamous texts to Avengers alum and employees that are often "irreverent, and abstract humor" based in part on Monty Python routines, followed the careful lead of his attorney Jessica Meyers that his correspondence was a method of a dealing a "difficult or unpleasant situation," and we would, you know, do our best to deal with it with humor rather than just a constant complaint or whining or anything of that nature.

"It's important to know that none of it was ever intended to be true," Depp said of the 2013 texts that included drowning and killing Heard, having sex with her dead body, among others. "And the language that's used, which I, yes, I am ashamed that that must be spread on the world like peanut butter," he added in the clearly drafted language he has used over and over since those texts became public in his 2020 unsuccessful libel trial.

In another instance, the actor said that he felt awesome texts to an employee were "gobbledygook" and written "in jest, to get a rise out of him, to get a reaction out of him." Depp continued by declaring that "pain" was often the primary intention behind his use of abusive terms and violent language.

After days of anxiety by Depp under the question of Ben Rottenborn's methodical defense lawyer, today's interview on the stand offered a potential resurgence in the eyes of the jury.

Despite a seemingly overwhelming defense evidence, a much less conservative Depp today seemed incapable of recalling the details of his initial testimony last week. He once again reacted positively to his alcohol intake. 'My drinking was not to excessive,' he said. 'My drinking was not to excessive,' he said in a clear statement.

As Depp's testimony went on, the Aquaman star has been seen on every day. She faces any charges in court at a later date, but the courtroom will be closed at another time.

Bettany had been identified as a witness in pre-trial filings, as have and James Franco. However, we suspect the actor will not be performing remotely. Depp's attempt to sue Rupert Murdoch's The Sun tabloid for adolating the Pirates actor has led Bettany to say it was "embarrassing" to see the texts made public then.

Bettany was on the preliminary witness list that Depp's side submitted to the court back. It is suffice to say that trials are often in flux and witness lists can be further wishlists that were constructed in stone.

Depp was unable to get her March 2019-filed case based on her late 2018 Washington Post op-ed on domestic violence dismissed, but Heard paid $100 million for it in the summer of 2020.

The court is on its regular lunch break and will resume later today. It runs Monday to Thursday from 10 AM to 5 PM ET usually, but Judge Azcarate said earlier that she expects to go to 5:30 PM ET today because of a "late start."

A lengthy cross examination of Johnny Depp in his $50 million defamation trial against Amber Heard ended on Monday morning, with the actress's attorney again focusing on a series of abusive words in texts as well as audio of their arguments.

Attorney Benjamin Rottenborn proposed a series of unflattering statements about Depp before December, 2018, when Heard published a Washington Post apology, in which she described herself as a "public figure representing domestic violence." Rottenborn was attempting to demonstrate that the actor's reputation was damaged well before the Washington Post piece ran.

Rottenborn searched the articles and read their headlines, with Depp being dragged, late to the set, and a box office failure. Depp, on the witness stand, attempted to contradict his own opinion of them, claiming them "hit pieces" in some instances.

The Trouble With Johnny Depp: Multimillion Dollar Lawsuits, A Haze of Booze, Hash, and a Lifestyle He Can't Afford, according to Rottenborn. Inside The Trials of Johnny Depp, the actor said, "You should read the article." That drew some laughs in the courtroom.

In the wake of Depp's repeated objections, Rottenborn attempted to explain what Heard's team has discussed: that the Washington Post op ed, which does not include Depp, reveals no of the allegations of domestic abuse. Depp didn't try to get the restraining order lifted in 2016 nor did he try to clear his name in a divorce trial.

"There were no charges pressed against me," Depp said.

After the Post op ed, he said, because "it was the only time I was able to speak and use my own voice."

Depp's fourth day on the stand in the trial in Fairfax, VA, was here.

A lot of Rottenborn's cross-examination has focused on bringing the jury a slew of texts, audio, and video as they have tried to depict Depp's drug and alcohol habit, and, in some instances, violence in relation to Heard.

On Monday, Rottenborn played eight different audio clips. In one, Heard instructs him, "Go put your cigarette out on someone else." Depp, in court, said Heard had a dislike of "grossly exaggerated" remarks. In another clip, Depp is heard saying one of their arguments as a "bloodbath." Other clips were unintelligible.

Depp sent a text from August, 2016 to his agent, in which he said, "I can only hope that Karma kicks in and takes the gift of breath from her." Rottenborn, Throughout, shows that Heard was dealing with Depp's substance abuse, including a text message she had with him, in which she wrote, "The coke you have done today, and all of the booze you have drank today, has it helped us."

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