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Johnny Depp Accuses Amber Heard of Painting Bruises on Her Face

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Johnny Depp Accuses Amber Heard of Painting Bruises on Her Face

Johnny Depp Accuses Amber Heard of Painting Bruises on Her Face

Johnny Depp Accuses Amber Heard of Painting Bruises on Her Face In a new court filing, Depp claims that he was the true victim of abuse in their marriage.

Johnny Depp, via court documents Johnny Depp, via court documents Depp filed a $50 million defamation lawsuit last year, after Heard wrote an op-ed in the 'Washington Post' about being a victim of domestic violence.

Heard responded to the lawsuit in April by describing years of abuse from her ex-husband in a court filing.

Heard claims that Depp hit her, dragged her by her hair and choked her to a point she thought she might die.

Heard and Depp began dating in 2012 and were married in 2015.

The couple divorced a year later in 2016.

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