Johnny Depp today took revenge on his ex-wife Amber Heard from the stand, accusing her of drinking two bottles of wine a night, chopping up his lines of cocaine and taking them herself, secretly filming him, having an affair and irrationally flying off the handle if he did not feed her ‘need for attention’. The Hollywood legend was re-examined by his barrister at the High Court in London after days of damaging allegations by his ex-wife Heard that he attacked her on 14 separate occasions in his libel action against The Sun. He accused the 34-year-old actress of undermining his effort to go sober by keeping a bottle of Bulleit bourbon in the fridge for him as she drank up to three bottles of wine a night and routinely took recreational drugs. Depp claimed that Heard ‘definitely poured me whisky’ and chopped cocaine for him before rubbing it ‘on her gum’ as the High Court heard about her ‘history of substance abuse, including addiction to cocaine and liquor’. The 57-year-old actor said his ex-wife would go ballistic at ‘small, mundane issues’ such as whether she took his boots off or whether he put his arm around her while watching TV on… Read full this story
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