Amber Heard’s Date To Testify In Court Announced

Amber Heard Testify: The date for the actress to take the stand in Johnny Depp's defamation case against her has been revealed.
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Amber Heard’s date to testify in court as part of the defamation case her ex-husband Johnny Depp has brought against her has been announced.

The star’s ex-husband is suing her for $50million because of a 2018 article she wrote in The Washington Post that Depp believes implied he was abusive during their marriage, despite the fact he was never named.

According to Deadline, Heard will take the stand ‘as soon as Monday’.

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A source reportedly told the outlet: “It’s hard to see how Amber won’t prove to be a highly effective weapon against Depp in her own advocacy.

“Regardless of how they have tried to characterize her, she has been nothing but well composed and pretty conservative in court without having said a word.”

The high-profile case began on April 11 and is set to last at least another three weeks. Heard is countersuing Depp for $100million for the claims he has brought against her, and she will apparently be the first witness to testify on her side of events.

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Many revelations have come to light since the beginning of the trial, including the fact that a psychologist diagnosed the 36-year-old with two personality disorders.

Dr Curry, who was hired by Depp’s legal team took to the stand and said: “The results of Ms Heard’s evaluation supported two diagnoses: borderline personality disorder and histrionic personality disorder.”

She added that for people who suffer from this ‘you’ll see relationships start very intensely,’ before adding: “This might be their perfect soulmate and initially everything seems great but reality sets in, people are not perfect.

“Most of us accept people as a whole, [but] with a person with BPD, things are in these extremes, that person goes from being idealised to dumpster, they are totally devalued, they’re the worst…then there will be a repair because the person with this disorder does feel remorse.”

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