Did Amber hear a lie about the alleged Johnny Depp abuse photo ?!

Okay, this is a weird one. Like, why even lie about this? But that is what is happening.

Johnny DeppIts attorney Camilla Vasquez Really held Amber HardHer legs lit up throughout the interrogation, significantly forcing her to admit that the money she received in the divorce was not donated to the charity because she had been publicly claiming it for years.

But this line of questioning is where the rubber road meets in this case: evidence of abuse. Amber’s team provided text and video recordings of Johnny’s crude and angry swallowing. But never kill His. Similarly, she has no medical record of any injuries, only that she had these injuries and covered them with makeup – and of course she kept the photos in 2016.

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In an attempt to really dig into those photos, Vasquez had a problem with something that Amber testified directly to the test. The lawyer set up two exhibitions side by side (the ones you see above) and asked Aquaman The actress made it clear that she said that these are two different photographs taken separately. Amber reiterated that they were, explaining that the one on the left was taken with a “vanity light” – hence the more yellow color.

But Vasquez wasn’t buying it. He asked bluntly:

“Isn’t it true that you edited these photographs?”

Amber denies this:

“No, I’ve never edited a picture.”

Vasquez presses:

“Didn’t you increase the saturation from one of these photos to make your face look more red?”

Amber maintained the denial, proving:

“No, that’s wrong. I didn’t touch it. “

If the point of these questions is not already clear, go to Vasquez to ask how the next neighbor is. Isaac Baruch He testified that he saw Amber the day after the alleged phone call that caused the alleged bruises on her face in the photo – and that there were no “marks or marks of injury” on her face. Vasquez questioned several people, including a female police officer, who arrived at the apartment that night, who testified that Amber had no injuries on her face. Again there was strong resistance because Amber would only confirm her own version of their testimony – that these people had seen her wounds but did not consider them injuries. This is a beautiful, very generous interpretation of their statements, frankly. Heck, officer Melissa Sange Not only did he say he did not see any injuries, he said Amber was not, in his opinion, a “victim of domestic violence.”

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All of this, of course, casts doubt on what the photos in question prove. Aside from the questions about when and where the pictures were taken, we just need to be objective and point out something: the two photographs you see above are probably a picture. We’ve done our fair share of playing with Photoshop and Instagram filters – and trust us, these seem to be the same picture, with only a different color saturation, as Vasquez points out.

You can take a photo, change the light, and take another picture, and keep 100% the same angle with each single strand of hair in exactly the same place.

Amber Of course You know it, don’t you? Why would he lie about it? Because he thinks it makes his case look bad? Because whatever it is, we see no possibility other than to lie about it here? What do you think?

View the full courtroom exchange (below):

[Image via Law&Crime Network/YouTube]

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