“The monster comes out and you become mean and horrible”: As Depp-Heard Trial 2.0 Looms Near, Amber Heard’s Latest Line of Defense is an Email Thread That’s Barely Admissible as Proof in Court

The monster comes out and you become mean and horrible": As Depp-Heard Trial 2.0 Looms Near, Amber Heard's Latest Line of Defense is an Email Thread That’s Barely Admissible as Proof in Court
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An email that was unsent and left in the drafts of Amber Heard’s personal Gmail account has been brought to light in the aftermath of the unsealed and exposed court documents that were leaked following the Fairfax defamation trial. With evidence all pointing away from the suave confidence of the calm and collected plaintiff, the Crimes of Grindelwald actor’s fanbase had grown assured to discover what sealed and shut documents were inadmissible in court.


Even though most of these documents were long and tedious accounts of the celebrity couple’s misadventures, one brief moment amid the recorded events shines a light on a more honest, though one-sided, monologue that was composed by Amber Heard and addressed to her former husband.

Amber Heard
Amber Heard

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Amber Heard Pens a Letter to Johnny Depp, the “Monster”

During one of their numerous scuffles, Amber Heard had written a mail to Johnny Depp that would waste away in her drafts, unsent, but be discovered 9 years later by internet sleuths looking for dirt. The draft, dated June 2013, reads like a request born out of desperation, and Heard mourns the loss of the love that existed during the formative months of their relationship.

“Many times you have hurt me. Physically and emotionally from the things you say and did while f**ked up. The monster comes out and you become mean and horrible. The opposite of why I love you.

And what am I to do? How would you be if you were in love with one person who was in fact, two? Both you, the love of my life, and the monster look the same. How f**king confused I feel.

I am mad. So mad. How would you feel if you were sold false goods?? I fell for you while you were sober. A whole year. How could I know this lay in store for me? I feel like the biggest idiot in the world.”

Amber Heard and Johnny Depp
Amber Heard and Johnny Depp

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Although the letter rambles on beyond this point with Heard attempting to come to terms with a changed Johnny Depp, the gist of the content stays the same throughout — Heard mourns the loss of what once was and makes the mail her open canvas to paint a picture of her mental anguish at the time of the letter’s composition.


Facts About Johnny Depp Come to Light in Unsent Emails

The email draft that has now found a place in the public eye has enjoyed more than its fair share of expositions, derivations, and speculations. A few factions have claimed that the email serves to highlight the manipulative and emotionally charged nature of the Aquaman actress while others state that it clearly highlights the truth behind the words and that the letter sounds as if Heard was trying to reach out to her now former partner. The supporters of the defendant have grown more sympathetic toward her as the mail further revealed the extent to which Amber Heard had gone to clean up after Johnny Depp.

“I have put up with so much. I have cleaned sh*t, vomit, and p*ss up both literally and figuratively. I have been accused of crazy sh*t – none of which I deserved only to never hear an apology for your booze-fuelled zeal. You have hit me repeatedly. Something you should Never have done. What a f**king man you are. And NONE of this would be possible without the booze and drugs. NONE.”

Johnny Depp v Amber Heard - new details come out after Fairfax trial
Johnny Depp v Amber Heard – new details come out after Fairfax trial

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The alcohol and substance abuse of Johnny Depp has been relatively well-known during the latter decades of his career. And all of it having occurred in the limelight and to the public’s knowledge, the allegations that Heard seems to direct toward Depp have the possibility of containing in them a degree of truth. At the moment, however, without proper corroboration, all the events encapsulated within the email remain subject to speculation.


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Written by Diya Majumdar

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With a degree in Literature from Miranda House, Diya Majumdar now has over 1600 published articles on FandomWire. Her passion and profession both include dissecting the world of cinema while being a liberally opinionated person with an overbearing love for music, Monet, and Van Gogh.