Amber Heard’s love letters to Johnny Depp have been revealed during the defamation trial.
The actress’s private notes to the Pirates of the Caribbean star were read out on May 17 by Depp’s lawyer.
According to the evidence, Heard penned: “True love isn’t about just the madness of passion or instead picking the safety of peace. No, it’s about having both.
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“Falling madly in love with your friend. That is what has surprised me perhaps the most, that I have seen in you the true bones of friendship and respect. But I still, of course, more than ever, want to rip you apart, devour you, and savour the taste. Fret not.”
When Depp’s lawyer asked the 36-year-old whether it had been recited correctly, Heard replied: “Yes, it’s a love note.”
After this, the attorney moved on to the second letter, which appeared to the show the actress referencing the former couple’s issues.
In this, Heard is believed to have written: “I’m sorry I can get crazy. I’m sorry I hurt you. Like you, I can get wicked when I am hurt. When I feel provoked. Shattered. And last night I was.
“I felt abandoned by the Lily-Rose thing. I felt absolutely bewildered by you not coming home on my last night here. And I was heartbroken and angry after many attempts in vain on my part to rectify the situation and make amends on the last of what was an otherwise gorgeous trip with you.”
Later on in the letter, Heard allegedly said: “There’s never a reason good enough to hurt you. You are the last thing in the whole world that deserves it. The last person in the world who deserves it.
“I love you, Steve, I’m forever yours, Slim.”
Steve and Slim were the pair’s nicknames for each other throughout their relationship.
The trial is ongoing.
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