Audio Clip Reveals Aquaman Actress Amber Heard Admitting to Hitting Johnny Depp

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February 03, 2020  01:02 PM


DC fans were quite surprised when they heard new reports suggesting that Aquaman star Amber Heard had actually been the one abusing Fantastic Beasts actor Johnny Depp.

Deep and Heard had been married to each other for a few years, however, the marriage soon fell apart, with reports saying that the Pirates of the Caribbean actor had physically assaulted his wife during their union. Heard issued a domestic violence case against her husband, something which has been going on for months on end with new developments every now and then.

While many believe that Heard had been the victim of Depp’s physical violence, last year, word came out that the Aquaman star had actually been the one to assault Depp, hurting the actor during various periods in their marriage.

Now, it looks like The Daily Mail has managed to get its hands on an audio clip reportedly taken from a conversation between Depp and Heard in 2015. In the clip, fans get to hear Heard actually admitting to “hitting” Depp.

“I’m sorry that I didn’t, uh, uh, hit you across the face in a proper slap, but I was hitting you, it was not punching you. Babe, you’re not punched I don’t know what the motion of my actual hand was, but you’re fine, I did not hurt you, I did not punch you, I was hitting you,” we hear the female voice in the recording say.

In the clip fans also get to hear Depp respond to Heard, saying that he had left during that night because he just couldn’t take the “idea of more physicality, more physical abuse on each other.”

Heard seemed a bit apologetic in the clip, however, she couldn’t promise that she wouldn’t get physical again, saying that she “sometimes get so mad,” that she loses it.

Right now there isn’t any confirmation about the legitimacy of the clip, however, if the recording really is true, then it could be used in the case against Depp. Let’s wait for more updates about this case between Heard and Depp.

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