Amber Heard Accuses Johnny Depp Of ‘Putting Cigarette Out On Her’ In Courtroom Audio

Amber Heard Cigarette: The star has accused Johnny Depp of 'putting out a cigarette on her' in courtroom audio played.
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Amber Heard has accused Johnny Depp of ‘putting out a cigarette on her’ in courtroom audio played at the defamation trial. 

In recordings which were played on April 25, the Aquaman star implied the incident had happened when she said: “Go put your f***ing cigarettes out on someone else.”

Depp responded: “You f***ing have consequences for your actions! Shut up, fat a**.”

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When on the stand, the actor claimed that this allegation was ‘another grossly exaggerated moment’.

Depp went on to testify that he ‘did not put out a cigarette on her or throw a cigarette at her’.

However, he reportedly acknowledged that it was possible some cigarette ash could have been flicked in his ex-wife’s direction.

In another clip that was apparently played in the courtroom, Heard apparently claimed that Depp ‘beat the s*** out of me then a week later you show up at my doorstep’.

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Elsewhere in the trial, the Pirates of the Caribbean star made some accusations of his own.

At one point, he claimed that his ex-wife had ‘hit’ him.

In another recording played at court, she could be heard telling him: “You didn’t get punched, you got hit. I’m sorry I hit you like this, but I did not punch you.

“I did not f***ing deck you. I f***ing was hitting you. I don’t know what the motion of my actual hand was. But you’re fine. I did not hurt you. I did not punch you. I was hitting you.”

She reportedly went on to admit that she had ‘thrown pots and pans’ at Depp.

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