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Entertainment

Web Desk
May 18, 2020

Amber Heard accused of calling Johnny Depp ‘fat’ and ‘washed-up’, as per new details

Entertainment

Web Desk
Mon, May 18, 2020

Amber Heard is accused of calling Johnny Depp several demeaning things

Johnny Depp and Amber Heard’s feud doesn’t seem to be nearing a settlement anytime soon as new details emerge about the former couple after every few days.

As per the latest update on the two, the Aquaman actor has been accused of body-shaming her ex-husband and calling him several other demeaning things.

The new declaration has come from one of Depp’s estate managers, Tara Roberts who recalled an incident as part of the actor’s libel case.

“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,” Roberts said as per the documents.

She further said that while she had minimum contact with Heard while the couple was together, Depp had told her in 2015 that he “needed to get away from Amber.”

Last week, two of Depp’s former partners came forth defending him in his libel suit against British newspaper The Sun.

According to reports, actors Vanessa Paradis and Winona Ryder have dismissed claims that he was violent or abusive.

The Pirates of the Caribbean star, who is suing the tabloid paper's publisher, News Group Newspapers, over an April 2018 article which referred to the 56-year-old Depp as a “wife-beater”.

The newspaper published an article in which Depp's ex-wife Amber Heard accused him of domestic violence.

Heard filed for divorce after requesting a domestic violence restraining order.

During a court hearing conducted remotely due to the coronavirus pandemic, counsels for Johnny Depp said that statements from Ryder and Paradis should be included as evidence in the actor's case against the publisher.