When Actress Amber Heard made her domestic violence allegations against Johnny Depp, she was regarded as one of the earliest heroes of the progressive #MeToo movement and her allegations severely damaged Depp’s public image.
Heard is now facing up to three years of imprisonment if proven guilty of faking evidence against Johnny Depp.
Amber Heard allegedly painted on bruises to obtain a temporary restraining order against Johnny Depp, according to the International Business Times, Depp’s legal defense wanted to subpoena James Franco because he was seen joining Heard in a surveillance footage. He saw Heard’s face in the days and nights before and after the actress went to court with alleged bruises for a TRO on May 27.
In a different incident, Heard claimed that Depp gave her two black eyes during an argument that occurred the night before she made an appearance on “The Late Late Show with James Corden” on Dec. 16, 2015. In a court document obtained by The Blast, Heard’s celebrity stylist Samantha McMillen denied her claims because she saw the actress on those days and she didn’t have any bruises.
“Throughout the day of December 16, 2015, I could see clearly that Amber Heard did not have any visible marks, bruises, cuts, or injuries to her face or any other part of her bod,” McMillen said.
Recently it was discovered that Heard admitted in an audio recording that she struck Depp numerous times with pots and pans as she noted that no one would believe him because he was a man. Heard propped herself up as an ambassador for women’s rights and domestic violence but was later found to have committed the same crimes she accused others of.
As the case continues, Heard’s credibility has continued to take a beating as more evidence suggests she lied about the initial claims to hurt Depp and portraya herself as a public hero.