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'He raped me with glass bottles'. Amber Heard testifies in court

'He raped me with glass bottles'. Amber Heard testifies in court

The trial of Johnny Depp and Amber Heard had its next hearing last night. The testimony this time was given by Amber who accuses her of sexual abuse.

She reveals that a few weeks after they got married and were on set for his film in Australia, Johnny raped her with a bottle of alcohol.

"At one point he is above me, shouting: 'I hate you, you ruined my life from the king I had.' He was above me. I was looking him in the eye and he did not look like him. It was all black. I have never been so scared in my life. He was looking at me. My head was crashing against the back of the counter and I could not breathe. I remember trying to get up to tell him he was really hurting me. I could not breathe. I could not get up. I thought he was punching me. I felt the pressure on my pubic bone and I could feel his arm moving. It felt like he was punching me. I could just feel that pressure. I do not remember what I said, but I stayed calm, without moving. I remember looking around the room, looking at all the broken bottles, the glass was broken and I remember not wanting to move because I did not know if the glass bottle he had inserted inside me was broken. I do not know how it ended. I do not know how I got off the counter. I only remember being in the bathroom. I remember the sound my voice was making. I lost control of my bladder. "I remember falling to the floor when I saw blood down," said Amber, crying.

Meanwhile Johnny Depp's team and his lawyers said Amber has evolved in her confession. He added details that he had not previously told and that these are lies. They took time to prove that the confession is not true.