New Audio Reveals Amber Heard ‘Hit’ Johnny Depp (Photo Credit: Twitter)
New Delhi :
Amid the ongoing Johnny Depp and Amber Heard tussle of allegations, a new audio has emerged wherein Amber can be heard revealing that she ‘hit’ Depp. In the two-hour audio recording from 2015 published by Daily Mail, Depp can be heard telling that the domestic abuse allegations against him are ‘not true’. In the audio shared, Heard can be heard admitting she hit Depp and previously threw pots and pans with Depp admitting he pushed her.
The audio recording recorded when they were still married, hears Heard admitting, ""I did not start screaming until you had f— said all the s—," Heard told Depp. "You poke an animal enough, it is eventually, it doesn't matter how friendly it is, it's not cool."
"That's not true," Johnny Depp replied. "It's the same for me, it's the same for me."
Heard then said she "stayed cool for so long" while he "kicked and kicked and kicked."
"I need the same things but when you start flipping out, and I can't get a word in, and it's manic and angry, what the f— Amber?" Depp said.
"I get angry," Heard replied. "I'm human. This is the kind of situation when one gets angry."
"Just try. Let's both try," Depp said. "If there's anger, if there's something really, really poking us in the a— let's try not to f— fight. Try to address it without jumping down each other's throats because all that's gonna do is build a mountain of f—, uh, resentment, some species of f— hatred."
Heard then told Depp she feels like he takes he for granted, which he disagreed with.
"It's not true," the actor said. "It's not true. I'm not the one who throws pots and whatever the f— else at me."
"That's different," Heard insisted. "One does not negate the other. That's irrelevant. That's a complete non sequitur. Just because I've thrown pots and pans does not mean you cannot come and knock on my door."
Depp asked if he should just let her throw stuff at him, but she insisted he was "putting words in my mouth."
"The only time I ever threw anything at you was when you f— threw the cans at me in Australia," Depp responded, referencing an alleged 2015 incident in Australia when Depp's finger was severed after Heard threw cans at him.
Throughout the tape, Heard and Depp can be heard hurling allegations of physical abuse against each other.
"I can't promise that it will all be perfect," the Aquaman actress said. "I can't promise you I won't get physical again. God I f— sometimes I get so mad I lose it. I can f— promise you I will do everything to change. I promise you. I'm not going to throw around divorce I not say divorce unless I really mean it."
Heard and Depp, who were married in a private ceremony in 2015 finalised their divorce in 2017, but their legal issues continue with both the stars brining up new allegations and lawsuit against the other.