It used to be just lately reported Hollywood Actress Amber Heard’s sister Whitney Henriquez pronouncing that she by no means sought after her to marry Johnny Depp. She begged her to not marry him as a result of his alleged violence against Amber.
Was Depp a Violent Husband?
Johnny Depp has been proved a violent husband as he has been described as a “wife-beater” by means of a piece of writing posted on The Sun Website. And after this, he has been suing the News Group Newspapers and the journalist denying to just accept that he used to be by no means a beater, and he used to be by no means violent against her ex-wife.
Depp and Heard have been married from 2015 to 2017. Henriques has said that she had noticed bruises and swelling on her sister’s face and body prematurely as soon as they have got been in a courting. She additionally mentioned that she used to be suspicious that point and knew one thing is flawed when she spotted her sister’s swollen face and mark underneath her eyes. She knew since then that she have been hit, and the issues aren’t proper between them.
She had additionally faced her about what used to be going down between them, however that point Amber didn’t inform the reality and blamed her as a substitute. When she advices Amber that she should go away and get out of this courting, Amber spoke back that she may just no longer go away him. They battle, however they like it even more difficult.
What does Amber suppose About Depp Now?
Earlier, Amber used to cover this dependancy of Depp of being Violent against her after they had been married. She mentioned she didn’t need to reveal him, however now after you have testified, she had the whole thing discussed within the court docket used to be proper, and now she desires to be on my own.
Johnny Depp had bodily abused her, and at the moment, she didn’t need to reveal him to the arena about his abusive persona. But Depp denies this within the testimony and says that he used to be by no means like that; as a substitute, he used to be the one that were given abused by means of her, and she or he have been violent against her and no longer him.