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Amber Heard Could Potentially Be Incarcerated For 3 Years If Found Guilty In Johnny Depp Case

Amber and Johnny are back at it again, the new. Their divorce wasn’t like any average couple. Many stories from both sides were presented in court and media. From cheating allegations to domestic violence, their marriage has seen everything. Earlier Heard accused Depp of being violent and abusive. To his reply, Depp presented a tape that turned the tables and revealed that Heard was the one to assault in the marriage.

Three Years Of Prisonment For The Aquaman Actress?

According to sources the Aquaman actress, Amber Heard can face up to 3 years of jail, if found misplacing or faking any evidence against Depp. For instance, she earlier mentioned how Depp gave her two black eyes after an intense fight between them. More first, Heard claimed that the incident took place before the night she appeared on ‘The Tonight Show With James Corden’ in 2015. But it looks like the luck and truth are not her friends. Later her statement, Heard’s stylist Samantha McMillen revealed that she was with whole actress night, but she didn’t found any bruises.

Johnny Depp To Show Footage That Proves He Didn't Abuse Amber Heard“Throughout December 16, 2015, I could see clearly that Amber Heard did not have any visible marks, bruises, cuts, or injuries to her face or any other part of her body,” McMillen revealed. According to Wallin & Klarich Law Firm, the California Penal Code Section 141 PC, it is illegal to alter, modify, plant or conceal any physical matter to manipulate the crime. With this law, Heard can be sentenced to jail for three years if found guilty.

Depp And Heard’s History, A Brief Timeline

Depp and Heard first met on the sets of ‘The Rum Diary’ in 2009 and began dating in 2012. They later got married in 2015 and soon filed for divorce.

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The former couple blamed each other for abuse, domestic violence, and even cheating. Their cases are still not clear in the court and right now are put on hold due to Coronavirus.

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