Amber Heard, Johnny Depps pal, is a sociopathic show pony attempting to destroy him

Amber Heard, Johnny Depps pal, is a sociopathic show pony attempting to destroy him ...

Amber Heard, one of Johnny Depp''s closest friends, is a sociopathic show pony who is adamant on destroying the star.

Gina Deuters, the wife of Depps'' long-time business partner and assistant, had a front row seat for Heard''s actors, alleging that he is the real victim in their ongoing legal battle.

Deuters told Page Six in her only interview since she was forced to leave from the witness stand. She believes Heard thrives on drama.

One thing Amber said at the wedding was that she asked, "Do you and Stephen ever fight?" I replied, We sometimes have an argument, and she was kind of unnerving. [I thought], Do you like it? Deuters, who has known Depp for over 20 years.

I believe there is a component of Amber that [believes] fighting is passion. It signifies theres sparks and fireworks [in the relationship], and [Amber] is someone who is always used to getting what she wants. She is quite entitled and I think she made significant demands in their divorce.

Deuters alleged that when [Amber] was denied these orders, I felt she was pretty confident that she will not receive what I wanted, so I am going to destroy you.

Deuters told us that her husband first called Heard a sociopathic show pony after he became unwittingly the mediator in Depp and Heards marriage in its final difficulties.

My husband called her a sociopathic show pony, and he regrets it quite. Stephen, at the end, was literally the mediator no one else intended to deal with Amber, and Stephen would be the only person she could chat with.

Depp, 58, is currently in court and suing Heard, 36, over a 2018 Washington Post op-eds she wrote, in which she described herself as a victim of sexual violence. While the actress didn''t mention Depp by name in the piece, the Pirates of the Caribbean star believes it ruined his reputation and career.

Deuters took the stand in Depps'' defense recently, but didn''t get the chance to give her full evidence to the jury in Virginia, despite a record.

After she was told to leave the court on April 14 after her journalist pal Eve Barlow intervened, Deuters admitted to the judge that she had seen video of the trial online.

Deuters described Depps time with Heard as less of a relationship and more of a Amber invasion in Page Six.

She said she began moving her friends into his properties quickly. It was quite shocking how she eventually isolated him from his family and friends and it definitely felt like wed had lost him.

Deuters told us that she initially discovered Heard to be cold, but was unconcerned about her behaviour.

I would say that when they got together, she was quite a Stepford wife. She would bake cookies and take his shoes off after work. It was all quite odd, she said.

It was strange that Amber was acting quite subservient, like a nice little housewife-type role. [But] that was all in the beginning that would change quite quickly.

Deuters and her husband arranged both weddings at Depp''s late mother Betty Sues home in Los Angeles, then arranged a ceremony on his private island in the Bahamas in 2015.

Deuters claim that [Amber was] absolutely controlling the whole getting married process was rushed. It just happened all very quickly, until honestly the Johnnys family was not informed and some of them couldnt get down there in time.

Deuters described the Bahamas event as a "takeover."

It was the Amber Heard birthday rather than their wedding. I remember her father doing a speech around the island, saying something like, look, honey, and everything you need to be aware of. It was my feeling that they were more excited about all their wealth and friendships?

When you see a friend or a loved one move forward into a relationship that you personally do not believe is beneficial to them, it is difficult because you cant exactly stop it, according to Deuters.

He was quite distressing throughout the years when he became aware of his marriage breakdown. He also suffered significant damage.

Deuters claimed to Page Six that she has never witnessed Depp perform aggressively towards a woman, stating, "I have been with him when he was drinking, doing drugs, and smoking weed," and his deanor hasn''t been painful at all. Ive never seen him lose his temper.

She was praised as a great friend and continued to appear. By all means, their relationship was conflicting, but I just know that Johnny wouldn''t hit a woman.

I can sleep at night knowing I am assisting my friend. I absolutely believe he has been victim of domestic abuse and he deserves justice.

Heard sobbed as she described everything from Depps'' alleged threats to her to cavity searches and various sexual assault encounters.

Heard is expected to stand again on Monday for cross-examination. A spokesperson for the actress has declined to comment.

According to Deuters, Depp has no regrets about the trial.

Yes, it''s like reopening old wounds. But the determination to clear his name is ultimately for his children, as painful and painful as it is. He is here [in the United Kingdom] at the moment, we saw him, and he has already seen a weight lifting from his shoulders.

She said, "Now I see why he wanted the cameras," so that the public can hear him and others express their opinions directly. He has finally felt his voice has been heard, and that''s important to him.

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