The court showdown of Johnny Depp and Amber Heard has exposed every single day the deepest, darkest secrets of the hidden life of the former couple.
Among several other allegations made by Depp in his libel lawsuit against The Sun, it was reported that after finding out that he has hundreds of millions of dollars in debt, ex-wife Heard physically struck him.
The Pirates of Caribbean star’s explained that the same night Heard targeted him that he had come to learn about his grave financial woes.
The alleged event took place in April 2016, when Depp said he had been told he owed millions of dollars in unpaid tax.
“I was in the early stages of learning from my new business manager recently acquired that the former business managers had taken quite a lot of my money. They robbed my money, “testified Depp according to The Guardian.
It was put to me this way since I had no idea of money or sums of money: after Pirates of the Caribbean 2 and 3, I had – and it’s stupid to say, it’s pretty humiliating – obviously I’d made $650 million,” he said, “and when I sacked the former business executives, for the right reasons, I didn’t only lose $650 million, but I was $100 million in the hole since they’d Not only I lose 650 million dollars, but I was 100 million dollars in the hole because they had not paid my taxes to the government for 17 years.
The details came the same night as the 30th birthday of Heard, to whom Depp arrived late.
The actress reportedly assaulted Depp after getting aggressive with punches by “haymaker.”
“It’s just a kind of crazy swing … like a roundhouse punch,” Depp explained of the suspected physical violence. “It’s a bit of a wild swing but it’s successful when it hits the target.”
Depp said last week that he thinks Heard has an “agenda” when he marries him.
“She bombarded me with what appeared to be love. It wasn’t until much later that I understood she had an agenda, namely getting married to me to advance her own career and/or financially benefit, and she knew how to bring it about.”
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