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Johnny Depp is a true victim, reveals the Amber Heard ‘Hitting’ audio

Arhama AltafWeb Editor

02nd Feb, 2020. 11:42 am
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The battle between exes Johnny Depp and Amber Heard has been going on much longer than their marriage.

New information just released in audio shared by Johnny Depp’s side from a 2015 taped two-hour therapy session.

Among other things, Amber Heard allegedly can be heard admitting she hit Depp, then her husband.

There’s more to the conversation, but the contents of the tape have led Depp’s fans to see him as the true victim they called for #JusticeForJohnnyDepp.

The now divorced pair are in the middle of a defamation lawsuit filed by Johnny Depp against Amber Heard.

As part of that suit, they have both provided photos of bruises and other evidence of abuse alleged by the other.

In this case, the audio shared, if it’s what it seems to be, shows Heard admitting she hit Depp and previously threw pots and pans.

When she said he hit back, he admitted he pushed her.

Listening to the conversation, it sounds like they both acknowledged taking actions in anger at different times.

It also heard Amber calling Johnny Depp a hypocrite and both agreeing they need to stop the physical violence before they turned into a crime scene and kill each other.

But since Johnny Depp’s $50 million defamation case tied to Amber Heard’s op-ed piece about being a domestic abuse survivor .

For which he claimed directly led to him being fired from Pirates of the Caribbean.

This particular conversation centered around a fight Heard allegedly started, her admissions of violence were viewed by Depp’s fans as vindication.

Amber Heard and Johnny Depp, during the conversation, tried to find a place of agreement to stop being physical and find peace in the relationship.

They both married in February 2015 and she filed for divorce in May 2016, obtaining a temporary restraining order against him.

Amber alleged Depp for verbally and physically abusive during the relationship, often while under the influence of drugs or alcohol.

She testified about the alleged abuse during a divorce deposition.

Since then, there have been continued back-and-forth allegations.

Amber Heard’s December 2018 op-ed never named Johnny Depp, but was inferred to be about him to a point he found defamatory.

Her supporters didn’t want him in the Fantastic Beasts movies and his supporters tried to get her fired as Mera in Aquaman.

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