Amber Heard confessed to violently assaulting her ex-husband Johnny Depp in a shocking audio clip released by The Daily Mail.
The 33-year-old actress admitted to violently attacking her ex-husband and blamed her anger issues on it in a shocking audio confession,”‘I can’t promise I won’t get physical again, I get so mad I lose it.”
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People have been divided ever since the the Hollywood couple split with some people taking Amber Heard’s side in the divorce. Due to the controversies surrounding the #MeToo movement and the #BelieveAllWomen hashtag, Amber Heard remained on top of the A-list in Hollywood, booking blockbuster roles, regardless of the disturbing allegations made against her.
Amber Heard caught on tape admitting to hitting Johnny Depp
However, a petition was recently created to remove the actress from Aquaman 2 and it had accumulated over 30,000 signatures. In light of recent events it is likely that, that number is about to sky rocket.
Amber Heard tape: shocking audio confession
Heard, an ambassador for women’s rights and outspoken domestic violence advocate, was recorded taunting and threatening Johnny Depp.
“I’m sorry that I didn’t, uh, uh, hit you across the face in a proper slap, but I was hitting you, it was not punching you. Babe, you’re not punched,” she told Depp in a clear attempt to downplay her violent attack the evening prior.
She continued, “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.”
However, the recording released exclusively by The Daily Mail captures the actress admitting to punching, biting, slapping, and pelting him with pots, pans and vases.
Depp files a USD$50 million defamation lawsuit after she lied about being the victim of domestic violence and painted him as an abusive man. The allegations against him caused him to lose his role as pirate Jack Sparrow in the popular Disney movie series Pirates of the Caribbean. Meanwhile, Amber Heard has continued to get big roles in blockbuster films.
Depp claims he has more bombshell audio recordings of Amber Heard which he will reportedly release in the coming months.
Like so many of the men that have lost roles due to allegations against the, should Amber Heard be removed from the upcoming Aquaman movie now that there is audio evidence that she violently assaulted and abused Johnny Depp? Let us know in the comments below.