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Depp is believed to have been shown these pictures in court last week while he was giving evidence. Photographs after the alleged incident in December show bruising to Heard's face after Depp is claimed to have headbutted her.

These two pictures above were also released by Heard's legal team. Ms Wass asked: 'Would you agree that shows that she has got bruising coming up underneath both eyes?

Johnny Depp's housekeeper has said she was 'horrified and disgusted' to find 'a large pile of faeces' in the bed the actor shared with ex-wife Amber Heard.

In a witness statement submitted to the High Court in the Hollywood actor's libel action against The Sun newspaper, Hilda Vargas claimed it was 'clear' that the excrement was human, saying she knew they could not have come from the couple's two small dogs.

The court has previously heard that faeces were found in the bed at the couple's Los Angeles penthouse at the Eastern Columbia Building the day after Ms Heard's 30th birthday party in April Heard, 34, claims that one of the two small Yorkshire terriers, Pistol and Boo, were responsible.

A picture taken from the witness statement of Hilda Vargas, housekeeper for Depp at his LA properties, which contains an image of faeces on his and Heard's marital bed from April Depp, 57, has told the court it was 'a mystery' who defecated in the bed, adding he was 'convinced' Ms Heard 'or one of her cohort' was involved in the so-called 'defecation incident'.

In her written statement, Ms Vargas, who has worked for Mr Depp for more than 30 years, said she arrived at the apartment at around 3pm on April 22, , and had just finishing washing dishes and vacuuming when she heard another cleaning lady call out and she joined her in the master bedroom.

I was horrified and disgusted. It was clear to me that this was human faeces. I knew that the faeces could not have come from either of Mr Depp's or Ms Heard's two small dogs.

Further, I have never known those dogs to defecate in the bed. Ms Vargas said in her statement that she took photos of the faeces in the bed, before washing and changing the sheets.

She later told Mr Depp's estate manager, Kevin Murphy what she had found because she was 'so angry'. The housekeeper claimed Heard called her over and told her the photos she had taken of the faeces in the bed 'had destroyed her marriage'.

Ms Vargas said: 'I was very nervous and so I apologised, even I did not believe that their marital problems were my fault or that I had done anything wrong.

Ms Heard argued with me saying that there were no faeces in the bed. Ms Heard continued to disagree with me, but I wanted to end the conversation as quickly as possible.

She alleged: 'She has a bad temper in my opinion, and I did not want her to yell at me. A spokesman for Ms Heard issued a statement in relation to Depp's contention that she or one of her friends was responsible for defecating in the couple's bed, saying: 'This accusation is completely untrue and has been designed purely to humiliate Ms Heard.

Ms Wass said: 'Your evidence is that you never saw any of these injuries on the afternoon or the night of December 16 when you were with Ms Heard.

Ms Wass continued: 'Ms Heard told a number of people on the 15th and 16th about these injuries. How close would you say you were to Ms Heard?

I wouldn't be on her speed dial. Ms Wass referred to a message sent by Heard in December , which read: 'Johnny did a number on me tonight.

You have a long-standing relationship with Mr Depp Ms McMillen said: 'I was close with her at the time. I don't know what you are insinuating but I would not perjure myself for anyone.

I'm obviously loyal because he's kind and loyal back, but without any other reason than that. Ms Wass asked why Ms Heard would make allegations of domestic violence against Mr Depp 'unless it was true'.

The witness was asked: 'As far as you could see, did Ms Heard have two black eyes? Ms McMillen replied: 'I never noticed anything like that when I saw her.

I never noticed her having two black eyes. Ms Wass asked: 'If you didn't see any black eyes, did you not ask her what on earth she was talking about?

Ms McMillen said: 'I didn't. We were leaving at the end of the show and we were going our separate ways.

We were saying goodbye. Ms McMillen was then asked about an email sent by Ms Heard to her publicist, Jodi Gottlieb, in the early hours of December 16 which said: 'I'm really bruised or might have a black eye or two tomorrow I might not be fit for tomorrow but I won't know how bad the bruise is until the morning.

Ms Wass asked if there was 'any reason' Ms Heard would send that email 'unless she actually had what she thought might develop into two black eyes'.

Ms McMillen replied: 'I can't think of why she would do that. Ms Wass asked: 'After she said to you, 'can you believe I just did that show with two black eyes?

Ms Wass suggested Ms Heard's make-up artist, Melanie Inglessis, said she was 'going to put a really bright red lipstick on Ms Heard to try and cover the mark on her lip'.

Ms McMillen said: 'I don't remember that conversation. Ms Wass asked: 'Do you remember Ms Inglessis putting particularly heavy make-up on Ms Heard that night to cover the injuries?

Ms Wass asked Ms McMillen if, having seen photos of Heard apparently with marks, 'do you still maintain that there is nothing on her face on the 24th?

Ms Wass suggested: 'You are being less than frank with the court Mr Depp's barrister David Sherborne referred Ms McMillen to what she said in her witness statement about when she saw Ms Heard on December 16 , asking: 'If you had seen Ms Heard's face looking like it did in the photos you were shown, would you have given the evidence that you gave?

Mr Sherborne referred to a visit to Ms Heard by her nurse Erin Boerum, who later noted: 'The client also states her head is bruised and she lost clumps of hair in the altercation.

The registered nurse Ms Boerum briefly looked at Ms Heard's scalp but was unable to visualise the hematomas bruises that the client had described.

He asked Ms McMillen: 'Can you think of any reason why Nurse Boerum, who says she didn't see these bruises, would lie about not seeing those bruises?

Ms McMillen said she met her 'by chance' and had been at the house before Ms Heard arrived. She doesn't know you are going to be there Heard leaves the court in Los Angeles on May 27, , with an apparent bruise on her cheek.

Heard claimed at the court in LA on May 27, that Depp had inflicted the injuries on her. Mr Sherborne asked: 'And, without the benefit of make-up, you said that she had her usual beautiful skin?

The stylist said Ms Heard's skin looked 'beautiful', adding: 'That is how I remember her looking once her make-up had been done.

Mr Sherborne said: 'You were asked by Ms Wass But can I ask you a different question? They are pictured at the film's premiere in London in November The Pirates of the Caribbean star sent a series of texts slamming Heard to his doctor after his finger was severed in Australia in March , and accused her of marrying him because she was 'so desperate for success and fame'.

He told Dr David Kipper that Heard had said he was a 'sad old man' and 'has been' and blasted her 'hideously and purposely hurtful tirades and her goddamn shocking treatment of the man she was meant to love'.

In the texts to Dr Kipper, Depp wrote: 'I just cannot live like this I'm done. But, you know what Is her hideously and purposely hurtful tirades and her goddam shocking treatment of the man she was meant to love, above all Her obsession with herself..??

Is far more important She's so desperate for success and fame That's probably why I was acquired, mate!!

Although, she has hammered me with what a sad old man, has been I am I'm so very sad I cut the top of my middle finger off What should I do!??

Except, of course, go to a hospital I'm so embarrassed for jumping into anything with her A mock-up of the text messages sent by Depp to his private doctor Dr David Kipper after the Australia incident in Tara Roberts, Depp's estate manager on his island in the Bahamas, was also called to give evidence in the libel case against The Sun newspaper today.

I have other sources of income. The barrister asked about a passage in her witness statement in which Ms Roberts said: 'I never saw Johnny, who is an unusually kind man, be violent or aggressive with Amber or anyone else.

Amber Heard told Johnny Depp that his 'career is over' and he will 'die a lonely man' during a blazing row, according to the property manager at Depp's Bahamas home.

Tara Roberts said she overheard Heard 'insulting' the star, calling him names including 'fat' and saying 'no one is going to hire you' and 'you're washed up'.

Ms Roberts said the incident happened on December 29, when Depp drove to her office alone and said he 'just needed to get away from Amber', before the actress then showed up.

She said Heard was pleading with Depp to return to their home, but he started his car and she started screaming at him while stood in front of it.

Ms Roberts said Heard was 'apparently not letting him get away by blocking his path', and she called Depp's sister Christi Dembrowski because she was 'unsure how far this would go'.

Ms Roberts wrote in her court statement: While I could not hear what caused the fight, Amber repeatedly berated him with increasing ferocity.

Depp responded to the abuse by telling Heard to 'go away' and 'just leave me alone', but Heard's rage 'continued to escalate', according to Ms Roberts.

She continued: 'I saw Amber lunge at Johnny, clawing, tugging and aggressively pulling him. He continued to stand there yelling at her to stop and leave him alone.

During this entire incident, I never saw Johnny hit Amber, or push her back, nor did he physically react to the attacks. Then he would say he needs to leave and it would start again.

She continued to reach for him but maybe my presence stopped it. Ms Roberts added that Heard had 'removed her wedding ring and thrown it and had asked for help finding it as they were leaving that afternoon'.

Depp is seen pacing around a room, swearing and kicking a cabinet. Ms Wass then played a video of Depp, which has previously been played to the court, which shows the actor pacing around a room, swearing and kicking a cabinet.

The barrister asked Ms Roberts: 'Would you agree it shows a different side of his character from the one you speak of in your witness statement?

Responding to questions from Ms Wass about a detox trip to Depp's private island in the Bahamas in August , Ms Roberts confirmed that she had spoken to the actor's doctor Dr Kipper and nurse Debbie Lloyd.

She told the court that neither of them had a discussion with her about the actor's medical affairs. Ms Wass then read out part of the actor's medical records from September , which said Depp was 'sitting in the kitchen with scraped and bloodied knuckles' and said he had punched a whiteboard in the kitchen after a fight.

The barrister said: 'It would appear that Dr Kipper saw a different aspect of Mr Depp than you did, would you agree? Ms Wass then asked Ms Roberts about the former couple's stay in the Bahamas for Christmas , and the estate manager confirmed that she was not aware Depp and Heard's relationship was very difficult at that point.

Heard was 'the most violent' in their relationship, says Depp's estate manager. The barrister said: 'As far as you were concerned, you have suggested that it was Ms Heard who was the most violent, is that right?

She then described seeing Depp with a 'gash' on the bridge of his nose, which she said wasn't bleeding, and confirmed the actor had never suggested that she should photograph it.

Ms Wass then put it to Ms Roberts that Heard had the remains of a bruise or a mark on her right cheek, to which Roberts responded: 'It wasn't visible to me.

The estate manager confirmed the fight between the couple took place on December 29 and she was then shown a photograph from around that time of Heard with bruising on her face.

However, she again said she had not seen this bruising when she saw the couple after the argument. During an exchange with Depp's barrister David Sherborne, Ms Roberts confirmed that she had never seen the video clip before it was played in court and that she did not see the actor be violent to Heard in that clip.

She also said that she 'never saw' Mr Depp being violent or aggressive towards Ms Heard on the island, and never saw him hit her.

Mr Sherborne then said Ms Roberts explained in her witness statement that Ms Heard wasn't wearing make-up on the island, which the estate manager said was 'correct'.

The barrister asked: 'Did you ever see that bruising on her when she was on the island? He then asked if Ms Roberts would have seen if Ms Heard had bruising to her face at that time, to which she answered: 'If she had then I would have seen it.

Mr Sherborne said it was suggested by Ms Wass that Ms Roberts depended on Depp for her livelihood, and she told the court her additional income came from a family business in the Bahamas, which includes a law firm and a car dealership.

The barrister said: 'Ms Wass is suggesting to you that you are not telling the truth because you are scared of losing a job that you love, livelihood, you need your home on the island.

Depp's former bodyguard Malcolm Connolly pictured today , who has worked for Depp and his family for about 16 years, said the actor was 'in emotional distress and panicking' after his finger was severed in Australia.

I'm not lying. Had another one I just cannot live like this Here's the real deal, mate Calls for Depp's accountant to give more evidence about actor's accounts amid claims Heard was a 'gold digger'.

Shortly before lunch, the court heard legal argument about whether Depp's accountant, Edward White - who gave evidence by video link from the US on Monday - could be asked to provide further information about Depp's accounts during the period of his marriage to Heard.

Ms Wass said it had been suggested that that was the 'motivation' for her 'elaborate hoax in order to trick, somehow trick Mr Depp'.

Ms Wass continued that if it was true that Heard was 'entitled to half the income accrued by Mr Depp during the course of their marriage She told the court that Depp's income between February and May was 'quite considerable' and that the information NGN wanted Mr White to give 'strikes at the heart of the claimant's case'.

Depp's barrister David Sherborne said that 'it was not suggested by Mr Depp that it had anything to do with being a gold digger'. She also referred to a text sent by Depp shortly after the couple split which referred to Heard as 'gold-digging, low-level and dime-a-dozen', adding: 'Gold-digging is top of the list.

Ms Wass said she was 'asking Mr White to confirm the accounts for the relevant year, the year of the marriage, which he is in a position to do.

Heard arrives wearing a face covering at the Royal Courts of Justice this morning as legal proceedings continue. Heard left arrives at the High Court today for her ex-husband Depp's right, also today libel case to continue.

Mr Justice Nicol said: 'I'm not inclined to ask Mr White to give us further information about the income that Mr Depp earned during the course of the marriage and their relationship.

But the judge added: 'Mr White should be asked to give whatever information he is able to give about the settlement that was reach with Ms Heard as part of the divorce agreement.

Depp was 'in emotional distress' after his finger was severed in Australia and allegedly had a cigarette stubbed on his face. Malcolm Connolly, who has worked for Depp and his family for about 16 years, said the actor was 'in emotional distress and panicking' after his finger was severed in Australia.

The incident is one of 14 allegations of violent behaviour Heard has made against her former husband which are at the centre of his libel claim against The Sun newspaper being heard at the High Court in London.

Mr Connolly said in a witness statement that when he and another security guard arrived at the property, Depp told him: 'Look at my finger.

She's smashed my hand with a vodka bottle. Following the Australia incident, Mr Connolly said the actor also told him Heard had put a cigarette out on his face, and he saw a mark.

The security officer said Heard's account of the incident bore 'no resemblance' to his recollection and that when he arrived at the house, the actress 'did not have any marks on her face or arms'.

He said he got to the property at about 1. Mr Connolly said: 'I could hear the ruckus inside. I opened the door, which wasn't locked, and saw Johnny in the foyer area of the house.

He and Amber were screaming at each other. I shouted at Johnny words to the effect of 'Come with me, you are coming with me'.

I said again words to the effect of 'Johnny, come with me'. It wasn't easy but I did get him outside. She's smashed my hand with a vodka bottle'.

I saw his finger and it was a mess. Is this how you are going to end this? She was not making a lot of sense - one second she was begging Johnny not to leave the house and then she was screaming at him for running away.

I was worried that she might start throwing objects at Johnny, or at myself, as I had seen her throw objects before.

I knew that we needed to get out of there as soon as possible. Depp's bodyguard claims Heard 'did not have any marks on her face or arms'. Mr Connolly said he could see Heard's face 'very clearly', adding: 'She did not have any marks on her face or arms.

She didn't look in any physical distress. He was obviously in emotional distress and panicking. He wasn't that drunk or out of it though and was easily standing on his own and having a conversation.

The security guard said the team knew the true cause of Depp's injury would 'create extremely bad publicity' and that Mr Judge suggested they should say at hospital that the actor had injured his finger while slicing onions.

Mr Connolly said: 'I thought it was fairly obvious that this was not true given the severity of the injury and suggested we say he jammed it into a car door.

However we went with the onion cover story. The specialist didn't believe us for one second. He said Depp did not go back to the house over the next few days and stayed at Mr Connolly's apartment with him instead.

Frantic response saw Depp's security team say they 'have got to get over to his house urgently'. She said Mr Connolly was told by Jerry Judge, then Depp's head of security, that they 'have got to get over to Mr Depp's house urgently'.

Mr Connolly said that when he arrived at the house 'there was an argument ongoing'. Ms Wass asked if Mr Connolly could 'understand what Mr Depp was saying during the course of that argument'.

He replied: 'No, because I was outside I could hear a ruckus, but I couldn't understand the actual words being said. Ms Wass asked 'what sort of state' Depp was in, to which Mr Connolly said the actor was 'distraught'.

She then asked if Depp was 'coherent' or if he 'appeared as if he had been drinking'. One of Johnny Depp's security team has told the High Court the actor was 'in emotional distress and panicking' after his finger was severed during an incident in Australia.

The episode, in March , is one of 14 allegations of violent behaviour Amber Heard has made against her former husband which are at the centre of his libel claim against The Sun newspaper.

Malcolm Connolly, who has worked for Mr Depp and his family for about 16 years, said in a witness statement that when he and another security guard arrived at the property, the Hollywood star told him: 'Look at my finger.

Mr Connolly said the actor also told him Ms Heard had put a cigarette out on his face, and he saw a mark. The security officer said Ms Heard's account of the incident bore 'no resemblance' to his recollection and that when he arrived at the house, the actress 'did not have any marks on her face or arms'.

She was wearing a sort of green silk night thing, you might call it a slip. Mr Connolly said he could see Ms Heard's face 'very clearly', adding: 'She did not have any marks on her face or arms.

The security guard said the team knew the true cause of Mr Depp's injury would 'create extremely bad publicity' and that Mr Judge suggested they should say at hospital that the actor had injured his finger while slicing onions.

He said Mr Depp did not go back to the house over the next few days and stayed at Mr Connolly's apartment with him instead.

Mr Connolly said: 'It's hard to tell with Johnny because it takes some amount of volume of alcohol. Mr Connolly said that after he arrived at the house in Australia in March , Depp was 'having a conversation with me, straight as a die'.

Ms Wass asked if Depp appeared to be rational, to which the personal security guard said: 'I don't know about rational because he was in shock.

The barrister then asked if Depp appeared to have taken drugs, and whether Mr Connolly was 'familiar with what he was like when he took drugs'.

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Happy place: Heard has posted photos of herself riding horses to Instagram in the past, calling it her 'happy place'. Schedule conflict: Ex-husband Johnny Depp, 57, recently requested a delay in their upcoming January court dates, which conflict with the filming schedule for Fantastic Beasts 3 in London pictured in September, Postponed: The court subsequently postponed their trial to May, not because either of their filming schedules, but citing the global COVID pandemic pictured in July, History of abuse: It came after she wrote an op-ed for the Washington Post in December of , accusing him of domestic violence pictured in July, Read more.

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Depp's barrister David Sherborne said that 'it was not suggested by Mr Depp that it had anything to do with being a gold digger'.

She also referred to a text sent by Depp shortly after the couple split which referred to Heard as 'gold-digging, low-level and dime-a-dozen', adding: 'Gold-digging is top of the list.

Ms Wass said she was 'asking Mr White to confirm the accounts for the relevant year, the year of the marriage, which he is in a position to do.

Heard arrives wearing a face covering at the Royal Courts of Justice this morning as legal proceedings continue. Heard left arrives at the High Court today for her ex-husband Depp's right, also today libel case to continue.

Mr Justice Nicol said: 'I'm not inclined to ask Mr White to give us further information about the income that Mr Depp earned during the course of the marriage and their relationship.

But the judge added: 'Mr White should be asked to give whatever information he is able to give about the settlement that was reach with Ms Heard as part of the divorce agreement.

Depp was 'in emotional distress' after his finger was severed in Australia and allegedly had a cigarette stubbed on his face.

Malcolm Connolly, who has worked for Depp and his family for about 16 years, said the actor was 'in emotional distress and panicking' after his finger was severed in Australia.

The incident is one of 14 allegations of violent behaviour Heard has made against her former husband which are at the centre of his libel claim against The Sun newspaper being heard at the High Court in London.

Mr Connolly said in a witness statement that when he and another security guard arrived at the property, Depp told him: 'Look at my finger.

She's smashed my hand with a vodka bottle. Following the Australia incident, Mr Connolly said the actor also told him Heard had put a cigarette out on his face, and he saw a mark.

The security officer said Heard's account of the incident bore 'no resemblance' to his recollection and that when he arrived at the house, the actress 'did not have any marks on her face or arms'.

He said he got to the property at about 1. Mr Connolly said: 'I could hear the ruckus inside. I opened the door, which wasn't locked, and saw Johnny in the foyer area of the house.

He and Amber were screaming at each other. I shouted at Johnny words to the effect of 'Come with me, you are coming with me'. I said again words to the effect of 'Johnny, come with me'.

It wasn't easy but I did get him outside. She's smashed my hand with a vodka bottle'. I saw his finger and it was a mess. Is this how you are going to end this?

She was not making a lot of sense - one second she was begging Johnny not to leave the house and then she was screaming at him for running away.

I was worried that she might start throwing objects at Johnny, or at myself, as I had seen her throw objects before.

I knew that we needed to get out of there as soon as possible. Depp's bodyguard claims Heard 'did not have any marks on her face or arms'. Mr Connolly said he could see Heard's face 'very clearly', adding: 'She did not have any marks on her face or arms.

She didn't look in any physical distress. He was obviously in emotional distress and panicking. He wasn't that drunk or out of it though and was easily standing on his own and having a conversation.

The security guard said the team knew the true cause of Depp's injury would 'create extremely bad publicity' and that Mr Judge suggested they should say at hospital that the actor had injured his finger while slicing onions.

Mr Connolly said: 'I thought it was fairly obvious that this was not true given the severity of the injury and suggested we say he jammed it into a car door.

However we went with the onion cover story. The specialist didn't believe us for one second. He said Depp did not go back to the house over the next few days and stayed at Mr Connolly's apartment with him instead.

Frantic response saw Depp's security team say they 'have got to get over to his house urgently'. She said Mr Connolly was told by Jerry Judge, then Depp's head of security, that they 'have got to get over to Mr Depp's house urgently'.

Mr Connolly said that when he arrived at the house 'there was an argument ongoing'. Ms Wass asked if Mr Connolly could 'understand what Mr Depp was saying during the course of that argument'.

He replied: 'No, because I was outside I could hear a ruckus, but I couldn't understand the actual words being said. Ms Wass asked 'what sort of state' Depp was in, to which Mr Connolly said the actor was 'distraught'.

She then asked if Depp was 'coherent' or if he 'appeared as if he had been drinking'. One of Johnny Depp's security team has told the High Court the actor was 'in emotional distress and panicking' after his finger was severed during an incident in Australia.

The episode, in March , is one of 14 allegations of violent behaviour Amber Heard has made against her former husband which are at the centre of his libel claim against The Sun newspaper.

Malcolm Connolly, who has worked for Mr Depp and his family for about 16 years, said in a witness statement that when he and another security guard arrived at the property, the Hollywood star told him: 'Look at my finger.

Mr Connolly said the actor also told him Ms Heard had put a cigarette out on his face, and he saw a mark. The security officer said Ms Heard's account of the incident bore 'no resemblance' to his recollection and that when he arrived at the house, the actress 'did not have any marks on her face or arms'.

She was wearing a sort of green silk night thing, you might call it a slip. Mr Connolly said he could see Ms Heard's face 'very clearly', adding: 'She did not have any marks on her face or arms.

The security guard said the team knew the true cause of Mr Depp's injury would 'create extremely bad publicity' and that Mr Judge suggested they should say at hospital that the actor had injured his finger while slicing onions.

He said Mr Depp did not go back to the house over the next few days and stayed at Mr Connolly's apartment with him instead.

Mr Connolly said: 'It's hard to tell with Johnny because it takes some amount of volume of alcohol. Mr Connolly said that after he arrived at the house in Australia in March , Depp was 'having a conversation with me, straight as a die'.

Ms Wass asked if Depp appeared to be rational, to which the personal security guard said: 'I don't know about rational because he was in shock.

The barrister then asked if Depp appeared to have taken drugs, and whether Mr Connolly was 'familiar with what he was like when he took drugs'.

Mr Connolly said: 'I'm never privy to that sort of behaviour I have never seen it. Bodyguard denies claims that Depp was 'covered in blood and paint and dirt and he was dishevelled'.

Ms Wass suggested: 'He was absolutely filthy, wasn't he? He was properly filthy? She's smashed my hand with a vodka bottle' - was not true.

Mr Connolly replied: 'I can only say I was there, I witnessed it. Ms Wass said Depp had 'come up with a variety of potential explanations to give to other people about how his finger was damaged'.

Mr Connolly said that those explanations were 'only to protect Amber'. He added that the story that Depp had trapped the finger in the 'accordion doors' in the house was 'my story'.

Ms Wass asked: 'You cooked up that lie, did you? Had another one. I just cannot live like this.

The message added: 'I cut the top of my middle finger off Ms Wass asked: 'Would you agree it appears that Mr Depp was accepting that he cut the top of his finger off in that text?

Depp asked his assistant for 'more whitey stuff'. And the E business. Mr Connolly said the reference to 'whitey stuff' was 'probably cocaine' and that 'E business' was a reference to ecstasy.

Ms Wass then suggested that the house was 'completely wrecked', but Mr Connolly said: 'I never saw the house completely wrecked.

I only got as far as the front foyer. The barrister asked: 'You couldn't see paint that had been graffitied all over the house? You couldn't see damage?

He also said he did not see any broken windows at the property. Ms Wass then said: 'As far as you were concerned, Ms Heard was uninjured.

Ms Wass asked: 'What opportunity did you have to look at Ms Heard to say that? Ms Wass asked if he was 'absolutely sure' he did not see any scratches on Heard's arms, to which Mr Connolly said he was.

She also asked if Mr Connolly saw a 'bruise on her Heard's face', to which he said he had not. Ms Wass asked Mr Connolly about an audio recording, part of which was played to the court, which was made during the incident in Australia in March The court heard a male voice, which Mr Connolly said he recognised as Depp's voice, shouting unintelligibly, and the security guard said the actor was 'in shock' at that point.

Ms Wass said the recording was made over five hours and included various conversations, with Depp, his doctor and Mr Judge, all heard on the full audio.

Johnny Depp being taken to hospital with a severed finger, following the incident in Australia in March Johnny Depp's severed finger, following the incident in Australia in March , which was released in court proceedings.

Mr Connolly told the court: 'It appeared to me at the time that Amber was completely unharmed. Heard says Depp was completely sober until early , and around that time he allegedly hit her for the first time when they were in Los Angeles.

She claims Depp later cried and apologised, telling her that he sometimes turns into 'the monster' when he snaps. Depp has 'expressly denied' hitting Heard and said that, around early , he had 'confined himself to drinking wine and using marijuana, having been sober from around December to August '.

Heard claims Depp was angry she had hung up a painting by her ex-partner Tasya Van Ree by her bed in her LA home, then tried to set the painting on fire and hit her 'so hard that blood from her lip ended up on the wall'.

Depp, however, says he simply asked Heard to move the painting from the bedroom 'as a courtesy' and that she had an 'extreme reaction'.

He also says a text he later sent describing the evening as a 'disco bloodbath' was to 'placate Ms Heard' and not an apology for alleged violence. Heard says Depp, who was 'taking drugs', became 'enraged' and 'jealous' when one of her friends touched her, and he then threw glasses at her, ripped her dress and damaged the cabin they were staying in.

He claims Heard's friend touched Heard in an 'extremely sexual manner' and he spoke to her to ask her to stop. The pair took a private plan from Boston to LA: Heard says that during the flight Depp, who had been drinking heavily, threw objects at her, pushed a chair at her, slapped her and kicked her in the back before passing out in the toilet.

Depp says Heard 'began to harangue him' as he was sketching in a notebook, he then tried to 'playfully tap her on the bottom with his foot', at which Heard took 'great offence' and 'continued to verbally berate' him.

The couple went to the Bahamas, Depp says to 'cure his dependence on painkillers', although Heard claims he was trying to give up other drugs too.

Heard says Depp had 'several manic episodes' and his private doctor had to be flown over to help. She alleges that he slapped, kicked and grabbed by the hair during an attack.

Depp alleges Heard stopped a nurse from giving him treatment while he was going through withdrawal. Depp denies any allegation of violence and says NGN has 'failed to provide any particulars of the alleged violence'.

While the couple were in Tokyo, Japan, Heard claims Depp shoved and slapped her and grabbed her by the hair, before standing over her and shouting while she was on the floor - which Mr Depp denies.

Depp is said to have repeatedly assaulted Heard after an argument over his alleged use of MDMA during a three-day trip to Australia.

She says he stayed up all night, taking pills and drinking, and then attacked her again the next morning. Heard says, the following night, Depp pushed her into a table tennis table, tore off her nightgown and attacked her, before smashing a telephone into a wall and severing the top of his middle finger.

She also claims he had written messages to her around the house in a mixture of paint and blood from his finger, which Depp admits doing while 'in shock', as well as having 'urinated all over the house in an attempt to write messages', which he denies.

Depp says Heard was in 'a prolonged and extreme rage' following an argument over a post-nuptial agreement. He says he then 'broke my sobriety' with several glass of vodka, before Heard threw a bottle at him, severing the top of his finger, and stubbed a cigarette out on his cheek.

Heard says Depp became 'enraged' when they were in LA with her sister and began destroying things in the house before hitting her 'hard and repeatedly'.

She also claims he tried to push her sister down the stairs before hitting Heard again. Depp, however, says Heard was 'berating him in a rage' as he tried to leave, threw a can of Red Bull at him and punched him in the face before he finally left.

While they were on the Eastern and Oriental Express in south east Asia, Heard alleges Depp 'picked a fight' with her, hit her and pushed her against a wall by the throat, 'causing her to fear for her life' - which is denied by Depp.

In LA, Depp is alleged to have ripped Heard's shirt and 'threw her around the room', also throwing a wine glass and a 'heavy glass decanter' at her, as well as pushing her over a chair which caused her to bang her head against a wall.

Depp says they were in LA for Thanksgiving, but denies any allegation of abuse. Heard claims Depp threw a decanter at her in their penthouse in LA, then slapped her and dragged her through the apartment by her hair, allegedly pulling 'large chunks of hair' from Heard's scalp.

Depp, though, says 'Ms Heard fabricated the alleged violence', falsely claiming that 'blonde hair on the floor was her hair'.

He also claims that 'the only violence committed on that date was by Ms Heard', who allegedly 'violently attacked' him. Apri l 21, Heard says Depp arrived at her birthday party at their LA home late, 'drunk and high on drugs' and they had an argument after the guests had left.

Depp says he arrived at the party around two hours late following a meeting with his new business manager and accountants, and that he was not on drugs but 'shocked from what he had learnt at the meeting about his business affairs'.

He claims Heard had been 'drinking heavily' and attacked him while he was reading in bed, punching him in the face four times before he grabbed her arms to stop her.

Depp says the next day Heard or one of her friends 'defecated in Mr Depp's and Ms Heard's bed', and that Heard later told the building manager Kevin Murphy that it was 'just a harmless prank' - at which he point he 'then resolved to divorce Ms Heard'.

Depp arrived at their LA apartment, allegedly 'drunk and high' while Heard was there with friends. Heard said Depp became 'very angry', throwing her phone at her and hitting her in the eye before smashing 'everything he could' with a magnum of champagne.

He says he went to the apartment with two security guards to collect his belongings after Heard and her sister 'repeatedly' tried to contact him.

Depp claims his two security guards entered the room when they heard Heard shouting, and saw her 'repeatedly screaming, 'stop hitting me, Johnny'' while he was 20 feet away in the kitchen.

He also says that two police officers who attended the apartment after the incident 'saw no injuries or bruising or swelling'. She said: 'And you are trying to be fair to both parties - it's not a question of you simply coming here to support your boss?

Security team told how Depp was 'not well' and needed help. Ms Wass said that, during part of the recorded conversation, Mr Judge could be heard to say: 'He is not well, we need to help him out in every way we possibly can.

Mr Connolly confirmed he agreed with Mr Judge's remark that the actor was not well. Ms Wass said Mr Judge could also be heard to say: 'He basically completely cut the top of his finger off on a broken bottle and we found the piece and we had to put it on ice.

Mr Connolly said he didn't remember that and his recollection was Depp telling him that Heard had cut his finger off with a broken bottle.

She read out a diary note written by Heard which said: 'We finally fell asleep with one another smashed together in desperate, childlike anger, fear and love.

Heard recounted 'terrible' fight in a diary note. The note continued: 'Our fight was terrible. Amazing to think about the precision, co-ordination that required considering the close circumstances Ms Wass asked where Mr Connolly was on the train, and he said he was 'about three or four doors down' from the couple.

The barrister asked: 'So, if a fight had taken place at 3. The security guard said, 'no, never', before confirming that Ms Heard had not told him she had received any injuries, nor that Mr Depp had hit her.

Mr Sherborne then asked: 'If she had suffered injuries, would you or would you not have seen them? Depp was 'in a lot of pain, a lot of distress and shock' after the finger incident.

Mr Sherborne then asked about the incident in Australia in March , and referred to the recording Mr Connolly had been played which the barrister said was taped by Heard.

Mr Connolly said Depp was 'in a lot of pain, a lot of distress and shock'. Mr Sherborne said Mr Connolly was 'dealing with a difficult situation', and asked what experience he had of similar situations.

He explained that he was 'trained in extraction, I'm trained in pacifying Mr Connolly added that he was trained 'by the establishment, by the Home Office'.

Mr Sherborne referred to the 'other explanations' for how Depp lost the top of his finger and asked Mr Connolly why they were devised.

Mr Connolly said they were 'to protect the production' Depp was involved in at the time, as well as Heard. He added that he had 'seen it in prison' that 'the usual victim pattern is to protect the abuser for some reason, you know the psychological bullying Mr Sherborne asked about the 'cigarette burn' on Depp's cheek after the incident, which Mr Connolly said he saw on the actor's face.

The barrister then turned to the transcript of the recording Heard apparently made, on which Mr Judge can be heard to say 'she hit him, she slapped him yesterday'.

Mr Sherborne asked if it was a 'one-off', to which Mr Connolly said it had happened 'in Australia and in Los Angeles'. He also asked Mr Connolly about a text message, which was sent on an unknown date, sent to him by Mr Depp which read: 'Please get me out of this room now, she struck me about 10 times.

Can't take anymore. Mr Connolly said: 'No - and I wouldn't tolerate any man striking a woman. No matter who he was, I just wouldn't tolerate that.

Mr Connolly replied: 'Not even if he's my boss. I don't care if he's the Pope. Mr Connolly said: 'I work for Johnny I don't depend on Johnny for my income.

Mr Sherborne asked him about the suggestion that 'you had been pressured to lie and come on Johnny's side', and whether that was true.

Mr Connolly said: 'Absolutely untrue. Mr Connolly's evidence came on day six of the trial of the actor's libel claim against The Sun newspaper over an April article which labelled him a 'wife beater'.

On the final day of his evidence at the Royal Courts of Justice in London yesterday during his libel case against The Sun, Depp said: 'It seemed like everything she would accuse me of was something she had done to me.

Yesterday, the High Court also heard that Depp has a 'remarkable' ability to not get drunk despite drinking 'a lot of alcohol', that cocaine simply 'brought him to a normal level which normal people might operate at'.

His barrister David Sherborne referred yesterday to a 'secret recording' of the former couple in San Francisco in July , after they had split and Heard had obtained a restraining order against the actor.

In the recording, Heard can be heard to say it was 'unbelievable to imagine' that she had either been 'in a secret fight club' or 'plotting to do this for three years Depp described Heard's words as 'a reverse confession', adding: 'It seemed like everything she would accuse me of was something that she had done to me, so I started to see this kind of pattern, a mirroring, and when she said that, I was real taken aback, for sure.

The actor is accused of throwing a bottle of champagne at Heard, grabbing her by the hair, and pushing her during a row, after he arrived home late for the party.

Depp denies the allegations. The actor said that, at a business meeting on the day of Heard's party, he was 'in the early stages' of finding out from a new business manager that 'the former business managers had taken quite a lot of my money'.

Amber Heard photographed Johnny Depp with ice cream spilled on his legs during a private flight from Boston to Los Angeles in May before showing it to him the next day and saying: 'Look at what you've become', the court heard yesterday.

Depp is alleged to have trashed a penthouse in Los Angeles, California, which Heard used as a colossal closet. Depp admitted to leaving graffiti on a bathroom mirror after the fight with Heard, which resulted in his finger being severed.

Depp's island in the Bahamas is pictured. Depp's trial heard today from the property manager at his Bahamas home, who said Heard had told Depp during a row in December that his 'career is over', he would die a lonely man' and called him 'fat'.

Asked how much had been taken, Depp said: 'It was put to me this way, because I had no idea about money or amounts of money. These are the key issues the trial judge, Mr Justice Nicol, has to determine.

Under the Defamation Act , a statement is not defamatory unless its publication causes 'serious harm to the reputation of the claimant'.

It is for the publisher to prove that the allegations made in the article are 'substantially true'. Heard is all an attempt to ruin her life and career, simply because she was a victim of domestic abuse and violence at the hands of Mr.

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