BREAKING: Amber Heard Admits To Abusing & Manipulating Johnny Depp

In a leaked audio recording, Amber Heard admitted to violently hitting and manipulating her ex-husband Johnny Depp.

Heard, who had previously accused Depp of domestic abuse, admits to a series of violent behaviours as the couple tried to talk through their marriage issues back in 2015.

In an audio recording obtained by The Daily Mail, Heard had attempted to diminish the situation in which she hit Johnny Depp by claiming multiple times that she didn’t punch him.

“I was hitting you, it was not punching you. Babe, you’re not punched. I don’t know what the motion of my actual hand was, but you’re fine, I did not hurt you, I did not punch you, I was hitting you.”

Depp responded to Amber Heard’s gaslighting:

“Don’t tell me what it feels like to be punched.”

The former Pirates Of The Caribbean actor texted the couple’s building manager to come over to their house, afraid that the violence may escalate.

He asked Heard to tell the building manager that she punched him in the face, even though she claimed that she didn’t.

“And I watched you lie.”

The 33-year-old Aquaman actress is an outspoken domestic violence advocate and has raised awareness about sexual violence. She filed for divorce in 2016.

In the same audio recording received from the couple’s two-hour on the phone therapy session, Heard admits to throwing pots and pans at Johnny Depp.

“Just because I’ve thrown pots and pans does not mean you cannot come and knock on my door.”

One month into their turbulent marriage, Depp had suffered from a severed finger. In 2018, Depp filed a $50 million lawsuit against Amber Heard for defamation, citing a Washington Post op-ed Heard wrote that was damaging to his career.

#JusticeForJohnnyDepp trends on social media after the news broke, with many calling for Amber Heard to be held accountable for the domestic abuse she inflicted upon her ex-husband.

If you’re experiencing domestic violence or a violent situation, please seek help from the following organizations:

*Both men & women may seek help from these organizations.

1. Women’s Aid Organization – +6037957 5636

2. Women’s Centre For Change (Penang) – 04228 0342

3. Malaysian Police –  032031 9999

4. All Women’s Action Society (AWAM) – 037877 0224

5. Sisters In Islam (Telenisa Helpline) – 037960 8802