Amber Heard expressed love for Johnny Depp and desire to reunite in last text message to actor, reveal court documents
In the court documents, the 'Crimes of Grindelwald' star also spoke of a 'domestic violence' incident that happened a decade ago involving Heard and her then-wife Tasya Van Ree
Actor Johnny Depp recently revealed the last text message he received from ex-wife Amber Heard in which she expressed her love and spoke about reuniting with him before their acrimonious divorce battle began. Depp also claims to have spoken with a number of Heard's former partners about her alleged history of abuse, according to court papers filed in Fairfax County, Virginia.
In the text message that Herd allegedly sent Depp, she wrote: "Do this or undue [sic] this as we see fit. You and I have the control. And love each other." She signed off the text writing: "I thought you filed [for divorce]. You said you were going to and said goodbye. I'm sorry if I've hurt you.· I have nothing but love for you," according to documents obtained by the Daily Mail.
Depp, however, said that Heard's sentiments did not last for long.
"When I did not accede to her demand for money, Ms. Heard publicly accused me of domestic violence, seeking and receiving a temporary restraining order against me when appearing in Los Angeles Superior Court on Friday, May 27, 2016 with a first-ever-seen prominent bruise and cut on her face that she claimed resulted from being hit in the face by a cell phone thrown by me and further facial battering from 'some appendage' of mine on the evening of May 21, 2016," Depp wrote in the declaration. "Again, this domestic violence allegation was untrue, and Ms. Heard’s purported injury was staged."
In the court documents, the 'Crimes of Grindelwald' star also spoke of an incident that happened a decade ago involving Heard and her then-wife Tasya Van Ree.
"Ms. Heard was arrested in Seattle-Tacoma International Airport in 2009 after police officers observed her committing domestic violence against her then-wife Tasya Van Ree," wrote Depp.
"Ms. Heard’s wife asked the police to arrest Ms. Heard. The King County prosecutor declined to charge Ms. Heard only because neither she nor her victim were residents of King County, Washington, but not before Ms. Heard spent a night in jail and appeared before a judge in court."
Depp further alleged, "Ms. Heard lied about this domestic violence incident under oath, saying it was a trumped-up charge and it was dropped immediately for being such.'"
He also noted that his ex falsely claimed the arresting officer was "homophobic," when in fact she "was a female, self-described lesbian activist who has publicly disputed Ms. Heard’s claims about the circumstances of her arrest."
In the court documents, the actor also spoke about how he had talked to others who were involved with Heard in the past.
"Several women who have been in a relationship with Ms. Heard have come forward to share their personal experiences of brutal violence and other abuse at the hands of Ms. Heard," Depp revealed. "My advisors have and continue to interview these victims, who remain deeply fearful of Ms. Heard, and to collect evidence from these victims."
The declaration also detailed just why he believes Heard acted this way, blaming pills. "While mixing prescription amphetamines and non-prescription drugs with alcohol, Ms. Heard committed innumerable acts of domestic violence against me, often in the presence of third-party witnesses, which in some instances caused me serious bodily injury," Depp stated. "Multiple of these commissions of violence against me she has even admitted to under oath."
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