After the infamous trial of Amber Heard and Johnny Depp came to an end, the people thought it over. Following the recent leaks regarding the case, the redacted audio that was cut from court sessions has been leaked online which shows a new and different side to the case of physical violence and abuse.
The redacted audio has Amber Heard being insecure regarding her ex-husband Johnny Depp while they were having their fight.
Amber Heard And Johnny Depp’s Toxic Relationship
In the images that have been leaked online, the audio has been transcribed for the people to read. In the images shown below, the highlighted words in red had been redacted before being heard in the court sessions.
As seen from the images above, it feels that both the actors know about each other’s tendency to physically hurt the other person. The above-mentioned conversation also talks about Amber Heard’s insecurity of being separated from her former husband if things got a little out of hand. During one of the moments, Johnny Depp is also stated to say “Help me and I’ll help you”.
Johnny Depp Vs. Amber Heard To Occur Once Again?
The above images have been leaked by the people. The red-highlighted words were the redacted words that Johnny Depp’s legal team had not shown as evidence in front of the court. Since Johnny Depp won the defamation case, it is very likely that the now-broke (allegedly) Amber Heard may strike once again at her former husband.
Many protests have been occurring after the trial ended with several people supporting Amber Heard as a woman who stood against physical violence. Following the ending of the trial, it is possible that the Zombieland actress will once again sue Johnny Depp. With newer evidence like the above images turning up, it may be very well likely that the Aquaman actress may eventually find support for her cause.
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Source: Geo TV