The surprising statement of Amber Heard’s sister: she invited Depp to hit the actress

In the midst of one of the most mediatic trials of recent times, Whitney Henriquez acknowledged that on some occasion pressured her sister, actress Amber Heard, and fellow actor Johnny Depp to stay together, despite believing that he was abusing her.

In this sense, one of Depp’s lawyers, Rebecca Lecaroz, presented a text message sent by Henriquez in 2015, in which she hinted to the celebrities that their relationship could still be saved by October 2015.

“I love you both so much and I would stay out of it if I thought this shit was past the point of no return,” Henriquez wrote.

By then, Henriquez had sent the text message, despite having testified about his suspicion that Depp was abusing his sister in previous months. There he added that only once did he see Depp hitting his sister.

Nevertheless, what most called attention to this testimony was Henríquez’s alleged invitation for Depp, the actor from Pirates of the CaribbeanHe hit his sister.

Whitney Henriquez said she served as ‘marriage counselor’ between her sister Amber Heard and Johnny Depp during their turbulent relationship and that He regrets having joked through a text message, in 2013, with which he invited Depp that he should hit his sister.

Henriquez’s was the third testimony of the day after the disposition videos of the couple’s former friends, Joshua Drew and Raquel ‘Rocky’ Pennington.

Lawyers for Johnny Depp end questioning of Amber Heard

Lawyers for Johnny Depp concluded Tuesday the questioning of their client’s ex-wife, actress Amber Heard, who sought to portray her as the aggressor in the volatile relationship between the two artists.

Under questioning, Heard, 36, denied accusations of being the instigator of the violence in the couple, in a marriage that lasted from 2015 to 2017.

“I never assaulted Mr. Depp or anyone I was romantically related to,” Heard told the jury on the 17th day of Depp’s case in which he accused his ex-wife of defamation.

The star of the ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ franchise accuses his ex-wife of ruining his reputation and his career for an article published in the Washington Post in 2018 in which she described herself as a “public figure representing domestic abuse.”

Heard, protagonist of Aquamandid not mention Depp in the article, but he sued her for suggesting that he engaged in domestic abuse behavior, for which the actor expects 50 million dollars in reparation.

The actress countersued him, accusing him of “unbridled physical violence and abuse,” asking for $100 million.

Depp, for four days on the witness stand, denies hitting Heard and claims that she was the one who frequently initiated the violence.

“Is your testimony, under oath, that you never assaulted Mr. Depp, as the first aggressor?”She was questioned by Camille Vasquez, another of Depp’s lawyers.

“I tried to defend myself when I could,” Heard insisted. “But it was after several years of not having defended myself.”

There were many times when I used my own body to defend myself, and that included swinging where I could. If that meant being able to escape, absolutely,” Heard said.

In an audio recording heard by the jury, Heard admitted to getting into a physical fight with Depp on one occasion, but insisted she did not hit him.

“Are you okay. I didn’t hurt you,” she says on the recording. “You are like a baby.”

*With information from AFP.

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The surprising statement of Amber Heard’s sister: she invited Depp to hit the actress

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