Johnny Depp and Amber Heard's marriage was volatile, but it was more about her allegedly invading him. Gina Deuters, the wife of Depp's longtime business partner Stephen Deuters, spoke about what she noticed when Heard and Depp were still together.
Johnny Depp And Amber Heard's Marriage Allegedly 'Less Of A Relationship More Of Amber Invasion'
Deuters was with Johnny Depp and Amber Heard when the ex-couple were still together because her husband was very close to the Pirates of the Caribbean actor. She has known Depp for nearly 20 years.
According to Deuters, her husband was even involved in their two weddings.
Speaking about Depp and Heard's marriage, Deuters told Page Six it was "less of a relationship and more of an Amber invasion."
"Instantly she started moving her friends into his properties," Deuters said. "It was quite shocking how she eventually isolated him from his family and friends … it definitely felt like we’d kind of lost him."
Deuters added that Heard was allegedly "absolutely controlling," and their wedding was rushed, so some of Depp's family members were not notified and couldn't attend. Looking back, Deuters said it "very much felt" like a takeover.
Amber Heard Wanted To Destroy Johnny Depp After He Rejected Her Demands
Deuters recounted what happened during Johnny Depp and Amber Heard's wedding in the Bahamas. According to her, the Aquaman 2 star's dad made a speech that made her think what Heard's or her family's true intention was with Depp.
"I remember her father doing a speech and he kind of motioned around the area [of the island], saying something like, ‘Look, honey, all this is yours now,’" Deuters recalled. "My heart sank a little bit … were they more excited about all the wealth they married into, or was this about love?"
She added that Heard is "someone who is always used to getting what she wants," and the London Fields star is "quite entitled."
Heard reportedly "made big demands in their divorce." However, Depp did not give in to her whims, and that allegedly infuriated Heard that's why she wanted to destroy her ex-husband.
"When [Amber] was denied those demands, I feel she was like, ‘I am not going to get what I want so I am going to destroy you,'" Deuters said, echoing what Depp said during the trial.
She added that her husband called Heard a "sociopathic show pony" and had no regret calling the Paranoia star that way. It reportedly came to a point when no one else wanted to talk to Heard except for her husband, who served as "literally the mediator."
Johnny Depp and Amber Heard's trial was on hiatus for 10 days. It will resume on Monday.