Surprisingly, Johnny Depp did not make eye contact with Amber Hard

What an unexpectedly deep look in this separation!

Johnny DeppDefamation suit against Amber Hard Gave a trial that mostly focused on the most reprehensible allegations: abuse, drug use, serious bodily harm, cheating, and even sexual abuse with a bottle.

But this one is different. Here’s what Johnny did with Amber to admit he couldn’t find it himself – instead he had to give evidence to his own lawyers. But somehow it seems so devastating.

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Rewind earlier this month when an Amber spokeswoman blasted Johnny’s courtroom behavior, saying People The Caribbean pirates The star “doesn’t even have the guts or the guts to look at Mrs. throughout the proceedings.” We guess it reached Johnny and his team. Because of his interrogation. Johnny’s attorney Camilla Vasquez Asked Amber:

“Mr. Depp never looked at you in this whole trial, did he?”

Huh. Talking with camera angles has not always been easy, but hey, it’s true. She didn’t look at him. Amber replied:

“Not what I noticed, no.”

Vasquez pressed:

“You’ve looked at her many times, haven’t you?”

It is true, we saw him staring at his table during the interrogation and from the court’s own side. He agreed, “Yes, I got it.” It was Johnny’s attorney who apparently asked Too much Loaded questions:

“You know exactly why Mr. Depp doesn’t look back at you, does he?”

Amber answered with more confidence than she has ever said:

“I do.”

Shall we be? What is the reason? Vasquez asked:

“He promised you you would never see his eyes again, is that true?”

Amber replied, her voice hoarse:

“I don’t remember if he said that.”

Vasquez then ran an audio recording of Johnny and Amber seeing each other outside the court, in San Francisco in July 2016 – weeks after their divorce and his public claim that he hit her with a phone.

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Nevertheless, Amber called the meeting to talk to Johnny (she had previously testified that she hoped he would withdraw his allegations of abuse). He was heard begging in the recording:

“I just wanted to touch you.”

Responding to how you might expect, Rilling:

“Really, you didn’t just say that after all that?” Didn’t the king accuse me after all this? “

There’s a lot more up front where Johnny tells her they’ll “never see her again”, then a little fight when she apparently tries to grab her sunglasses, and she refuses:

“Don’t take off my king’s glasses. Don’t you like to look into my king’s eyes? You will never see me again. “

See what we mean? Destructive. It’s not a punch, it’s not a blow. She is rejecting him forever. Vasquez asks:

“He kept his promise, didn’t he?”

Amber answers:

“As far as I know, he can’t look at me.”

Vasquez clarified:

“She is OK Will not Look at you, have you heard, Mrs.? “

Amber stands on her ground and says:

“She is OK Can’t

See the full exchange, starting at the 20 minute mark (below):

Under the redirect, Amber’s own lawyer gave her a chance to take a different view. He asserted that his confession had been obtained through torture, and that his confession had been obtained through torture.

“She knows she’s lying. Otherwise why can’t he look at me? I survived. I survived that man, and I’m here and I’m able to see him. “

Hmmm. It seems to us that Johnny has enough evidence to do well in a threat, which he really did to hit Amber, and this time he won’t agree. Why? What do you think ??

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