Johnny Depp's Former Managers Corroborate That He Was Abusive Toward Amber Heard

Johnny Depp's Former Managers Corroborate That He Was Abusive Toward Amber Heard

Johnny Depp's Former Managers Corroborate That He Was Abusive Toward Amber Heard

While Depp has been trying to scramble his millions back together, his former business managers have spoken out regarding allegations that the Pirates of the Caribbean star physically abused his ex-wife Amber Heard, and quite frankly, what they have to say is another damning blow to his flailing reputation.

In the document they allege Depp lied when he "falsely claimed to authorities and in public press interviews that the incident was a big misunderstanding because he supposedly believed his staff had obtained the necessary paperwork" and also "pressured one of his long-term employees to "take the fall".

Depp repeatedly denied allegations he was abusive and described the accusations as "salacious false stories, gossip, misinformation and lies".

TMG went on to say that an assistant was pressured by Depp to say that Heard was faking text messages that proved Depp had beaten his then-wife.

However, when it came to discussing these messages in court, Depp's representatives claimed the texts were manufactured and accused Heard of lying to "extend her 15 minutes of fame".

The actress claimed that Johnny had been violent on more than occasion including an incident that left her fearing for her life.

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However, in recent court documents, Depp's former manager confirms that those messages were indeed, real. The ex-managers have previously called Depp's spending and professionalism into question, but their latest claims are a bit more personal in nature.

While it was thought that the divorce case between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard was over, it was unfortunately not the case.

Heard was handed a one-month good behaviour bond and fined $1000 over the incident last April, but Depp was not charged. "Once he pushed the girl during a quarrel, and she was seriously injured", - said in a statement, writes the People.

Depp sparked an ongoing lawsuit earlier this year when he accused his former business managers of fraud. The dogs, that is, not Depp and Heard.

Heard is now dating Tesla founder and billionaire Elon Musk, and the couple appear happy as they jet set around the world. She is battling the producers of the film London Fields, and while they claim she did not meet her contractual obligations, she said that they filmed pornographic scenes using a stunt double to impersonate her without her permission.

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