The “divorce battle” between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard has officially entered the climax when the turn of the actress Aquaman to court for testimony. Unlike Depp’s comfort and naturalness in the face of accusations from his ex-wife, Heard was commented by the audience as having a whole acting script in court.
Although she prepared carefully, the actress still revealed loopholes. Netizens quickly discovered that Amber Heard’s touching sentence in court was “copying sample text” from the horror movie. Mr. Ripley the Talented.
Amber Heard’s soft, touching testimony in court turned out to be copied from a horror movie
During the trial that took place on the morning of May 6, Amber Heard was present to testify against the allegations of being physically and mentally abused by Johnny Depp.
Notably, the actress opened her testimony with touching sharing about her ex-husband’s love. And the climax reached when Amber Heard talked while crying and crying
Aquaman actress emotional shared: “Things with Johnny…it’s like the sun shining on you, it’s glorious.
But then he forgets you and it’s really cold…. When you get his attention you will feel like the only person in the world that’s why everyone loves him great number of”.
Amber Heard cried and cried, but it seemed that she couldn’t move the heart or win the hearts of netizens
This would have been a great opening, overflowing with emotions if netizens hadn’t discovered that Amber’s comments were exactly the same as the lines in the movie. Mr. Ripley the Talenteda horror film produced in 1999. The only difference is that the subject has been changed from Dickie to Johnny.
In addition, during this trial, Heard commented on Depp as a warm and kind man, who could throw tantrums when drinking or taking drugs. But after returning to a sober state, Depp became friendly again, treated his wife well and repeatedly appeared apologetic.
The divorce lawsuit between Amber Heard and Johnny Depp is still ongoing with complicated details
Source: Page Six
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