Amber Heard’s clumps of hair, the hole in her scalp and broken bed frame after a fight in which Johnny Depp said ‘I’ll f***king kill you’
- Heard’s lawyers submitted new evidence on Friday of her claims against Depp
- It is part of a lawsuit he filed against her claiming she defamed him with an article about domestic abuse
- She is trying to get the lawsuit dropped and has shared a mountain of previously unseen evidence against him
- It includes photos of their broken bed which he allegedly smashed days before Christmas 2015
- She says he dragged her by the hair, onto the bed, and beat her screaming: ‘I’ll f*****g kill you, you hear me?’
Photos submitted by Amber Heard in court documents asking that a judge dismiss the $50 million defamation suit filed against the actress by Johnny Depp show a clump of the actress’ hair that was allegedly torn out after fight with her ex-husband.
DailyMail.com has obtained that image along with one of the couple’s splintered bed frame that Heard claims Depp broke during a physical altercation just days before Christmas in 2015.
Heard claims that Depp dragged her by the hair and threw her on the marital bed, where he beat her and beat her and at one point declared: ‘I’ll f***ing kill you, you hear me?’
She does not remember how the fight ended.
Just one month prior Heard had been on the cover of Marie Claire where she responded to the rumors that the pair were having difficulty in their relationship by stating: ‘I try not to react to the horrible misrepresentation of our lives, but it is strange, and hard.’
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This is one of the clumps of hair left on the ground after Johnny Depp tore it from Amber Heard during a December 2015 fight, she claims in new legal filings
Heard was left with a hole in her scalp after being repeatedly punched in the back of the head, she said
Their marital bed splintered under the weight of Depp’s boot, she recalled in a nine page statement in the court documents
It was one of many incidents she described in harrowing detail in a statement in the court filings.
After the hair pulling, she said the next thing she remembered were her friends entering the apartment and finding her bruised.
They saw the hair on the floor and the broken bed.
Heard, still desperate to ‘protect’ Depp, covered it up, she said, and even taped an appearance on The Late Show the next day with James Corden.
She asked her friends to help her apply make-up strategically to cover the bruises on her face, the documents say.
Depp is suing Heard for defamation for writing an op-ed about being a survivor of abuse. She submitted all the evidence in an effort to dismiss his claim. They are shown in September 2015, around two months before the hair pulling incident
‘Johnny Depp physically and verbally abused Amber Heard.
‘Since their divorce, Mr. Depp has continued to publicly harass Ms. Heard, and attempted to gaslight the world by denying his abuse,’ said Heard’s lawyer Eric George in a statement on Thursday.
‘It is long past time for Mr. Depp’s despicable conduct to end. Today, we presented to the court irrefutable evidence of Mr. Depp’s abuse.’
He continued: ‘It is regrettable that it will take a judge to finally end the persistent harassment of Ms. Heard by Mr. Depp, but Ms. Heard will take whatever action is necessary to vindicate the truth.’
Heard is asking a judge to dismiss the $50 million defamation lawsuit filed by Depp in response to an op-ed she wrote for The Washington Post.
That piece ever once mentioned Depp by name but did reference Heard’s tumultuous split from the actor, with the actress writing: ‘I spoke up against sexual violence – and faced our culture’s wrath.’
Depp and his legal team claim that Heard caused further damage to his already declining career, which he accuses his ex-wife of derailing when she she first accused him of abuse in her 2016 divorce filing.
Heard filed those papers just 15 months after the couple were married, and five years after they first began dating on the set of The Rum Diaries.
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