The New York Post reported on text messages between Johnny Depp and Marilyn Manson that were supposed to be used as evidence during the trial. Besides, they give us an insight into why Johnny Depp and Marilyn Manson were so adamant.
If you think youve seen Johnny Depp and Amber Heard's discord, fret not. There's seemingly no end in sight when it comes to more revelations, disagreements, and lawsuits. And recently, the New York Post reported on even more information and disclosures about what went on behind the scenes in this relationship and how off the rails it was at its height of its absurdity.
Amber Heards' defense plan to include text messages from Johnny Depp and Marilyn Manson as evidence during the trial was initially unveiled over the weekend, revealing what both parties are attempting to conceal. The conversations between Depp and Manson (real name Brian Warner) talk about their current difficulties in their relationship (this is trying to put it normally) and how Manson might have needed Depp's assistance.
Marilyn Manson replies to this message, saying, "I've been reading a lot of literature on that and sociopathic behavior!" It's my brother!! My ex-ct is a goddamn TEXTBOOK!!!
Amber Heard and Johnny Depp have a long-running relationship, and they exchange emails regularly. Im fucking stressing. I need asylum somewhere because I believe the cops might be coming my way. In this case, the police were called to their house after an argument.
Although the Amber Heards team was keen to include them in the trial for a variety of reasons, they do not paint a flatting picture of Johnny Depp. Also, it would have been a good opportunity to talk about that Marilyn Manson has faced numerous civil lawsuits from women for abuse during their marriage. Following allegations by ex-fiance Evan Rachel Wood, Manson had been cleared for evidence.
Imunsure whether these now-unsealed messages between Johnny Depp and Marilyn Manson will have any lasting effect or remain in the public eye. Amber Heard had applied to have the original judgment thrown out of court in order to go back to trial, but that gambit was unsuccessful.