While we are quarantining at home, it looks like Johnny Depp and Amber Heard are not chilling at home. Their divorce stories seem to be never-ending. Here’s another update from the on-going case.
Johnny Depp is not only in a legal battle with Amber Heard. But on the sides, he is also in a legal battle with a British newspaper called The Sun. Two years back, the newspaper published an article and called Depp, “Wife Beater.”
The Latest Update From Johnny Depp And Amber Heard’s Case
As per the reports, the High Court has taken a step forward in Johnny Depp’s case. Mr. Justice Nicol decided to include Amber Heard’s former personal assistant Kate James’ statements. Along with Kate James, David Killackey, Johnny Depp and Amber Heard’s mechanic also gave his testimony in Court.
However, the judge dismissed David’s testimony and called it “irrelevant.” Mr. Justice Nicol, in his statement, said that “I refuse to the claimant [Depp] permission to call Mr. Killackey. I permit [Depp] to call Ms. James to give evidence [to a limited] extent …”
Kate James’ Testimony Will Be Taken Into Consideration For The Amber-Depp Divorce Case
As per the sources, Kate James, in her testimony, said that throughout the time when she was working with Amber Heard, she never really saw any messy fights. She never saw any physical violence or anything leading to any physical violence, either.
The Court revealed that Kate James’s statement would also be taken into consideration to judge the credibility of Amber Heard’s dealing with the US Department of Homeland Security.
Earlier this month, Johnny Depp’s former partners Vanessa Paradis and Winona Ryder gave their statements to the Court against Amber Heard’s accusation of domestic violence. They both said that he was never violent with them. Vanessa even called him “kind, attentive, generous and non-violent and father.”