Amber Heard has made plenty of allegations towards her ex-husband, Johnny Depp. For three weeks we have heard the perspective of Depp in the ongoing case.
In the fourth week of the trial, Amber Heard testifies
Thus far, Amber has finally shared some of her experiences in their past relationship and marriage that made the couple ultimately call it quits.
In Johnny Depps testimony, he shared that Amber Heard was physically and emotionally abusive towards him in their relationship.
Right now, her recent testimony shares that Johnny had physically assaulted her after Amber Heard asked him about the tattoo on his arm.
“I laughed because I thought he was joking and he slapped me across the face. And I laughed. I laughed because I didn’t know what else to do. I thought, ‘this must be a joke.’
Psychologist says Amber seems disingenuous
Thus far, Johnny Depp has denied claims that he has slapped Amber Heard as he claims he would not go that far. All because of a tattoo.
Why would I take such great offense to someone making fun of a tattoo on my body? That allegation never made any sense to me.”Johnny Depp
Meanwhile, a psychologist has weighed in on her testimony and observed that Amber Heard had no tears while crying on the stand. She explained that this made her less believable as reported by 7News.
Cooper Lawrence shared that Amber Heard’s testimony in some cases sounded like it was rehearsed while other parts of her testimony sounded true and natural.
“She sounded rehearsed but she had talking points, she made sure to keep saying ‘eggshells, walking on eggshells’, or ‘pattern, pattern of behaviour.’
In the coming days, Amber is still set to undergo cross-examination.