A new disturbing video has been released amid the ongoing legal battle between Amber Heard and Johnny Depp.
NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
Friday, August 12, 2016, 11:37 PM
A new chilling video depicting an infuriated Johnny Depp screaming at Amber Heard and snatching her cellphone has surfaced amid the pair’s ongoing divorce battle and allegations of Depp’s abuse.
The belligerent actor is shown slamming kitchen cabinets as the actress, appearing visibly scared, tried to calm her now-estranged husband in a disturbing video obtained by TMZ on Friday night.
The 30-year-old starlet is heard repeatedly apologizing and questions what’s wrong as Depp wreaked havoc on their kitchen.
“Nothing happened this morning. You know that?” she assured him.
“I just woke up and you were still asleep. We were not even fighting this morning. All I did was say sorry,” she continued.
It’s unclear what set Depp off but he soon threatens to show her “crazy.”
Heard leaves Los Angeles Superior Court on May 27 after giving a sworn declaration that Depp threw her cellphone at her during a fight, striking her cheek and eye.
“You want to see crazy. I’ll show you crazy. Here’s f–king crazy,” he said.
The warning came as he started to fill a glass to the top with red wine, prompting a concerned Heard to ask if he drank the entire bottle “this morning.”
However, the actor doesn’t answer as he realizes he was being taped, causing him to explode and hurl the phone across the room despite Heard’s pleas.
Heard filed for divorce on May 25.
The video reportedly documents an incident that occurred months before the May 21 alleged assault against Heard—in which she claims Depp whacked her in the face with a phone during a drunken rage.
Days later, Heard filed for divorce and accused the actor of years of emotional and physical abuse. She was initially criticized for seeking to end the marriage three days after Depp’s mother had died. However, she later submitted evidence indicating she had no choice after Depp’s violent meltdown in late May.
Depp has denied the allegations via his lawyers but has yet to comment himself. A rep for the Oscar-nominated actor did not immediately return the News’ request for comment but sources told the gossip site the video was “heavily edited.”