Amber Heard Admits To ‘Hitting Johnny Depp’ On Tape Played In Court

Amber Heard 'Hit' Johnny Depp: The actress admitted to 'hitting Johnny Depp' in a tape that has been played out during the defamation trial. 
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Amber Heard admitted to ‘hitting Johnny Depp’ in a tape that has been played out during the defamation trial

The apparently ‘secret’ recording was played out to the courtroom on April 20, and in it, the former couple discuss an alleged disagreement they’d had.

Depp can be heard asking his ex-wife whether she had ‘lost [her] memory’ about ‘kicking’ in the bathroom door, where he had apparently retreated to.

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Allegedly, she went on to hit him ‘in the skull’.

In response to Depp’s words, Heard said: “I was upset, there was a lot going on and I was on an Ambien [a prescription sleeping pill].

“Why are you obsessing over the fact I cannot remember the way you are remembering it? I said I was sorry. I’m not denying it.”

Later on in the tape, the Aquaman star apparently chastised the actor for repeatedly retreating to the bathroom whenever they had a disagreement.

At one point in the reported discussion, Depp went on to accuse Heard of punching him. However, she denied the specifics of this claim and argued that instead, he got ‘hit’.

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In the recording, she allegedly said: “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.”

Heard went on to admit that she had ‘thrown pots and pans’ at the now 58-year-old.

The courtroom reportedly also heard how the actress said to Depp: “You are such a f***ing baby, grow the f*** up, Johnny!”

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