'AMBER WILL PERISH': Johnny Depp fans elated after news that Kate Moss will testify at trial

Kate Moss is expected to testify that Johnny Depp was never abusive to her when the two dated


                            'AMBER WILL PERISH': Johnny Depp fans elated after news that Kate Moss will testify at trial
Moss (L) will testify in Johnny Depp v Amber Heard trial on May 25 (Photo by Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for The Met Museum/Vogue, Jason Merritt/Getty Images for Art of Elysium)
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Kate Moss will testify in court on Wednesday, May 25, at the Johnny Depp-Amber Heard trial. Sources reportedly said that the 48-year-old British supermodel, who had dated Depp, will testify how Depp once lifted her up and carried her after she slipped down the stairs. Moss will be the first of Depp's exes to testify.

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New York Post reported that a source familiar with the case said that Moss will recount an incident when she “was walking down some stairs in Jamaica. She was wearing flip flops and she slipped on the last two stairs. Johnny caught her and tended to her.” Moss became involved in the case after Heard testified that she punched Depp in the face during a fight in March 2015, out of fear that he was going to push her sister Whitney Henriquez down a staircase.

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Heard told the jury that Henriquez was near a staircase “in the line of fire … trying to get Johnny to stop,” which reminded her of a rumored incident between Moss and Depp, involving a staircase. “[Whitney’s] back was to the staircase, and Johnny swings at her,” Heard testified. “I don’t hesitate, I don’t wait — I just, in my head, instantly think of Kate Moss and stairs.” “And I swung at him,” she added. 

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The source said that Moss' testimony about her personal staircase experience with Depp will likely not help Heard. “Johnny pick up Kate and carried her — this was hardly Amber’s scary interpretation of events,” the source said. “Kate has nothing to gain in giving testimony, but she feels strongly about defending her friend." Moss is also expected to testify that Depp was never abusve to her. The two, who dated from 1994 to 1997, remain friends even after splitting.

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Kate Moss is set to testify in court on Wednesday, May 25, at the Johnny Depp-Amber Heard trial (Photo by Tim P. Whitby/Getty Images)

Johnny Depp fans seem elated at the confirmation that Moss will be testifying. "Kate Moss testifying for Johnny Depp is the power move I needed on a Monday afternoon AMBER WILL PERISH ON THE SPOT," one user wrote. "Ladies and Gentlemen Kate Moss will testify on behalf of Johnny Depp. It's a great day to be a Johnny Depp fan," wrote another. One said, "Kate Moss coming to push AH’s case down the stairs".

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"Kate Moss testifying for Johnny Depp is huge. Amber's defence for hitting Johnny was because she said he threw Kate down the stairs and Amber thought he'd do it to her sister. When this blows up in her face remember she brought it on herself," one user commented, while another said, "The immense respect I have for Kate Moss right now... She's a very private person and she has had her own share of dirt thrown at her by the media. The fact that she's willing to stand up for Johnny Depp, all with a live cross examination waiting for her is some queen behaviour." "Omg omg omg Kate Moss will testify and she is one of the most private women ever. If she is willing to break her silence in the name of justice that says a lot about how she feels about Johnny Depp. I honestly feel like crying right now….," one user wrote.

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