Amber Heard’s sister told her employer that the “Aquaman” actress “did it now” and cut Johnny Depp’s finger with a bottle, according to testimony that came to light after Unlock more than 6000 pages of court documents during the Weekend.
Newly disclosed legal filings illustrate efforts by Depp and Heard’s attorneys to obtain certain claims and exhibits submitted or excluded from ejaculation trial in Fairfax, Virginia.
The “Pirates of the Caribbean” star testified in April that during an argument between a married couple in Australia in 2015, He heard he threw a bottle of vodka at himThat smashed and cut off the tip of his finger.
Heard denied causing Depp’s injury, claiming that he cut his own finger in a drunken rage – possibly when he smashed a wall-mounted phone to “small bits” – and then proceeded to sexually assault her with a bottle of vodka.
The cache of unsealed documents includes a copy of the testimony of Jennifer Hoyle, Heard’s former boss, Whitney Henriquez, describing the moment Henriquez received a letter from Heard about the horrific accident in Australia.
“I just yelled, I’ve done it now. I cut off his damn finger, made that huge statement. I pushed my chair back. I was like, ‘What?” Howell told Depp’s attorney Camille Vasquez.
Then she said, she cut off his finger. Cut off his finger. And then I walked out the door and she was like, ‘I have to call someone.’ Howell added.
When Vasquez asked Howell if Henriquez had identified who “she” and “he” were in her statement, Howell replied, “It was Amber and Johnny, and apparently she threw a bottle and cut off his finger, which he (Henriquez) reported when she came back from any Someone I spoke to outside.”
During the trial, Depp admitted to the court that he lied to a doctor about the circumstances of his horrific injury to his finger.
“I said I broke it in those big accordion doors,” the actor said from the podium. “I didn’t want to get (heard) into trouble. I tried to keep things as quick and easy as possible for everyone. I didn’t want to put her name in the mix.”
A jury awarded Depp, 59, $10.35 million over allegations he was defamed by a 2018 op-ed in the Washington Post, in which Heard made allegations of domestic violence.
Heard, 36, received $2 million over her allegations that Depp’s ex-lawyer made false and harmful comments about her to the media.
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Additional reporting by Ben Kesselin
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