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Johnny Depp claims Amber Heard 'painted on bruises', caused 'serious bodily injury'

Mid-Day Wednesday, 22 May 2019
Johnny Depp has submitted a statement in support of his defamation lawsuit against his ex-wife Amber Heard. According to E! News, Depp has alleged Heard having "painted on bruises" and she caused him "serious bodily injury". He further stated that Heard did this while she was under the influence of a mix of "prescription...
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Johnny Depp Accuses Amber Heard of Painting Bruises on Her Face In a new court filing, Depp claims that he was the true victim of abuse in their marriage. Johnny Depp, via court documents Johnny Depp, via court documents Depp filed a $50 million defamation lawsuit last year, after Heard wrote an...

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