While things have been hot and cold between both Heard and Depp, the pair’s relationship is still making headlines. According to Johnny Depp’s Estate Manager, actress Amber Heard threw a paint can at the actor’s face. Johnny has since disputed any allegations made by his former wife Amber Heard.
Amber Heard (33) also denies burning Johnny Depp (56) with cigarette during an altercation in March of 2015. Documents and a photo provided by Depp and his team, show the actor laying on a gurney with a bandaged finger. His team also claims that his face was burned as well, with a similar cigarette type burn. Both Depp and Heard’s legal battle, has been going on for years now.
They married back in February 2015. Things just didn’t work out between them. After only 15 months of marriage together, Amber Heard filed for divorce in May of 2016. Before this, she filed for domestic violence against Depp and a restraining order. Both of these were later granted to her.
Testimony was given by Johnny Depp’s island home employee, saying that Amber Heard chucked a paint can at his face and told him he is “washed up,” “fat,” and would “die a lonely man.”
According to court documents obtained by The Blast, Tara Roberts, worked for Johnny Depp as his Estate Manager at his Bahamas home since 2008. She has since filed a $50 million dollar deposition suit against Amber Heard.
Roberts claims back on December 29, 2015, she witnessed an argument between the then-couple that caused her to become alarmed. Although she “could not hear what caused the fight,” Roberts claimed:
“Amber repeatedly berated him with increasing ferocity. She was insulting him, calling him names, and in the middle of this onslaught I heard her say specifically ‘your career is over,’ ‘no one is going to hire you,’ ‘you’re washed up,’ ‘fat,’ ‘you will die a lonely man,’ and also screaming things that were incomprehensible.”
Johnny Depp responded to the confrontation by saying, “go away” and “just leave me alone.”
Amber explained during an E! News interview, “During the entirety of our relationship, Johnny has been verbally and physically abusive to me. I endured excessive emotional, verbal and physical abuse from Johnny, which has included angry hostile, humiliating and threatening assaults to me whenever I questioned his authority or disagreed with him.”
Perhaps these two will reach some kind of financial and verbal agreement between one another some day. Certainly all the press, has been good and bad for their careers.