In Johnny Depps'' defamation trial against Amber Heard, Kate Moss will appear. During Amber''s testimony, the model was mentioned, and the Johnnys team is expected to bring her in as a witness.
Amber recalled an alleged incident involving Kate and the Pirates of the Caribbeanactor while they were dating in the 90s. Upon arrival, Amber said she was in the line of fire trying to get Johnny to stop. She was back to the staircase, and Johnny swings at her. I''m never reluctant, but I just, in my head, instantize the encounter with Kate Moss and stairs.
When Amber mentioned Kate, Johnnys lawyer Benjamin Chew was caught in the air. Ambers offered her the opportunity to come up with the testimony she wanted, but she will be brought up via video, according to The New York Post.
Kate and Johnny were a well-known power couple from 1994 to 1997. They were well known for their public controversies and remorse for snatching his room at the Mark Hotel in New York City. Johnny was fined $9,767, which included $2,000 in damages alone, as well as the price for his entire rental. According to People, the actors and the model were reportedly seen shouting at each other in the street.
In Johnnys'' trial against The Sun, Amber previously described the stairs incident. I remembered what I had heard [that] he pushed a former girlfriend down the stairs. However, an insider told the New York Post that Kate was walking down some stairs in Jamaica. She was wearing flip-flops and she climbed on the last two stairs. Johnny caught her and tended to her. Kate is reportedly expected to address this situation during her testimony.
The defamation trial against Amber Heard began on April 11, 2022. He was suing Amber for $50 million after she wrote an op-ed in The Washington Post in 2018, which claimed that he was lost his acting duties due to speculating it to be about him. It is not known when Kate will be brought in for her testimony. The trial will take place before Memorial Day weekend.
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