Golden Heard’s sister affirms Johnny Depp over and again hit ‘Aquaman’ entertainer’s face

Hollywood entertainer Amber Heard’s sister, on Wednesday, let a jury know that back in March 2015 Johnny Depp had over and again hit Amber Heard in the face during a contention at the couple’s penthouse.

As indicated by Variety, Heard, who is the respondent in a criticism claim brought by Depp, her sister, Whitney Henriquez, was called to the stand to prove the ‘Aquaman’ entertainer’s charges that Depp more than once attacked her throughout their four-year relationship. She depicted a battle where vulgarities were being shouted at one another Depp and Heard. She said that he ran higher up toward a mezzanine and hit Henriquez toward the back and afterward Heard smacked him, saying “Don’t hit my f** sister,” the power source revealed. His safety officer then ran up the steps.

Henriquez said, “Johnny had proactively gotten Amber by the hair with one hand and was whacking her over and again in the face with the other, as I was remaining there.”

According to Variety, Henriquez recently affirmed about this battle, referred to in the Depp-Heard case as ‘the flight of stairs occurrence’, during the 2020 slander preliminary in the UK including the couple. All things considered, the adjudicator found that Depp attacked Heard on that event, as well as on various others.

The power source reports that Depp likewise affirmed about the occurrence in the Virginia preliminary on 20 April. In his record, he took a “roundhouse punch” from Heard. Legal hearers were shown an image of his swollen face.
Depp didn’t specify striking Heard or her sister. The safety officer gave declaration that for the most part agreed with Depp’s variant of occasions.

Heard is guarding herself against Depp’s USD 50 million defamation claim. Depp’s group blamed Heard for annihilating his profession with dishonest indictments of physical and rape. Depp gave his own record of their relationship throughout four days in April, and the result of the preliminary will to a great extent rely upon which of the two the jury sees as more reliable.