Amber Heard Says Johnny Depp Sexually Assaulted Her With "Bottle"
Amber Heard testified that her ex-husband Johnny Depp sexually assaulted her and threatened to "carve up" her face with a broken bottle during a heated argument one month after their 2015 marriage.
The 36-year-old "Aquaman" actress recounted multiple instances of alleged physical and sexual abuse during her second day on the witness stand in the defamation case filed against her by the "Pirates of the Caribbean" star.
She recounted in harrowing detail an incident that occurred in March 2015 in Australia, where Depp was filming the fifth installment of the "Pirates" series.
She said she confronted Depp about his drinking and he dared her to try to take a bottle from him.
"I get ahold of it," she said. "I slammed it down on the ground right in between us.
"That really set him off. It was like a light bulb switch went off."
She said Depp threw another bottle at her but "it missed thankfully." "Also cans, like soda cans, beer or soda cans, and they're coming at me one after the other."
"At some point he had a broken bottle up against my face, neck area, by my jawline and he told me he'd carve up my face," she said, adding that Depp was screaming at her that she had "ruined his life."
Breaking down in sobs, Heard said that Depp ripped off her nightgown and sexually assaulted her with a bottle.
"Johnny had the bottle inside of me and was shoving it inside of me over and over again," she said, while repeatedly threatening to kill her.
Heard said she managed to escape and when she came down from her bedroom the next morning she found that Depp had used blood from his finger, food and paint to write
"incoherent" messages throughout the house -- on mirrors, walls, lampshades and other surfaces.