Johnny Depp Files New Legal Docs Claiming Proof He Never Struck Amber Heard https://t.co/CNBt9uvZI0— TMZ (@TMZ) January 22, 2019
Depp is suing The Sun for libel after it published the headline “How can J.K. Rowling be ‘genuinely happy’ casting wife-beater Johnny Depp in the new ‘Fantastic Beasts’ film?” in April 2018.
Depp has witness statements claiming that “they saw Amber in the apartment building on May 21 and saw no red marks or bruising on her face.” One witness says she “didn’t see the mark [on Heard’s face] until 6 days later.”
Amber has adamantly stuck by her version of events, and Johnny has said she injured herself
Depp's lawyer, Adam Waldman, told TMZ, "The dozens of Eastern Columbia Building security camera video files we recently obtained, coupled with multiple newly obtained eyewitness affidavits and sworn depositions taken in 2016, leave no doubt that Amber Heard faked the abuse claims that underpin the Sun's defamation against Mr. Depp."
Heard maintains Depp struck her with a phone and his hands.