Court hears Johnny Depp begging Amber Heard to cut him with a knife in dramatic audio

At their multi-million dollar defamation hearing, Virginia court listened to a shocking audio tape two months after filing for divorce from the film star where Amber Heard begging Johnny Depp not to cut himself.

Amber seems getting sentimental while Depp also wiped his eyes and took a tissue as the judges played the footage, in which Depp begged her to cut him with a knife.

Depp could be heard saying “you have taken everything, you want my blood, take it” in a low voice on the footage. The knife in question had “until death” engraved on it in Spanish, as well as “Slim”, Depp’s pet name for Amber, now his ex-wife.

Amber could be heard replying, “Just don’t cut your skin, please don’t. Why would I do that? Please don’t cut yourself”. But Depp told her that he wants her to cut him.

The conversation was then interrupted by a hotel housekeeper, with Depp telling her to leave and then urged Amber again to cut him and said she hates him.

Amber told Depp to put the knife down and do not do that. Depp then told her that he sought to look at her and that would make the pain vanish. Amber told Depp that the knife is dull and dirty and it would be the worst thing in the world.

Amber is being prosecuted for $50m by Depp for entailing he abused her in a 2018 op-ed she wrote for The Washington Post. The hearing is being held in Fairfax, Virginia, because the newspaper houses servers there for its online version.

Even though Amber did not name him, Depp attorneys claim her accusations have made it challenging for the actor to land movie starring role.

Amber has filed a $100m counterclaim against Depp and has asked for protection from the actor’s accusations. The law court has suspended for the rest of the week and testimony will carry on next week.

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