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The court said Depp’s finger story was wrong


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The surgeon on his hands testified that Johnny Depp could not lose the tip of his middle finger as he told the jury it happened in his civil lawsuit against his ex-wife Amber. Heard.

A finger injury that occurred in March 2015 in a fight in Australia between Depp and Heardwas one of several key points of contention in the lawsuit.

Depp says he was injured when Heard threw a bottle of vodka at him.

Heard said she had never seen it happen, but claimed it happened the night an enraged Depp sexually assaulted her with a bottle of alcohol.

Meanwhile, supermodel Kate Moss will testify in a hot case on Wednesday. This follows from Hurd’s statements, alluding to a domestic incident between Moss and Depp that occurred in the 1990s.

Hurd told the court about an alleged fight between Depp and her sister Whitney Enriquez near the stairs in 2015.

She said she hit Depp for her concern that he might have pushed her down the stairs, saying she thought of “Kate Moss and the stairs.”

According to American media reports, Moss will testify via video link.

Depp is suing Heard for libel in Fairfax County Court for an article in December 2018 in which she wrote The Washington Post describes himself as a “public figure representing domestic violence”.

His lawyers say he was slanderous in the article, although his name was not mentioned.

Depp denies ever going on strike Heardand says she was an abuser in the relationship.

Heard testified about more than a dozen individual cases of physical violence, she said, suffered at the hands of Depp.

In a testimony Monday, surgeon Richard Moore testified about a severed finger when jurors saw gruesome photos of the injury.

He said Depp described his palm as lowered to the bar when it was hit by a bottle.

Dr. Moore, who did not treat Depp, testified that Depp’s description was unlikely, largely because his nail remained intact.

Dr. Moore said the nail was open as Depp described the location of his hand, and would have been damaged. Dr Moore also said Depp’s hand could have had other cuts from the glass that shattered on impact.

Until Depp told the jury Heard cut off his finger, throwing a bottle of vodka, at the time of the accident he informed people and sent text messages that he did it himself.

At one point he said his finger was sandwiched between the solid harmonica door.

Now Depp says he lied to protect Heard. Dr. Moore testified that pinching a finger in the accordion door would correspond to injury.

The trial is in its sixth week. Evidence on Monday was relatively common in a lawsuit that gave an ugly look at the couple’s toxic relationship.

Hurd’s lawyers were expected to summon Depp on Monday, but that didn’t happen.

Hurd’s lawyer Elaine Bredehoft said late in the day that they were still discussing whether to call him.

The jury is already there heard widely from Depot and Heard – everyone stood on the stand for four days.

Also Monday, a psychiatrist testified that Depp’s behavior was in line with the model of a man whose drug and alcohol abuse contributed to domestic violence.

Depp’s lawyer Wayne Denison questioned the ethics and credibility of the psychiatrist’s opinion, given that he did not investigate Pirates of the Caribbean actor.

Mr. Denison also questioned the other extensively Heard witness, entertainment expert Catherine Arnold, about her allegation Heard lost a potential $ 40-50 million ($ 56-70 million) when another Depp lawyer called Hurd’s allegations of abuse “fraud.”

Heard on the basis of these statements filed a counterclaim against Depp.

Ms. Arnold said she measured Hurd’s career with “comparative” stars such as Gal Gadot, Jason Momoa and Zendaya to show where Hurd’s career would have gone if Depp’s lawyer, Adam Waldman, had not slandered her.

Mr. Denison in his interrogation ridiculed this view Heard was in the same league as these stars.

– from the PLO


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