Shocking picture of 'Amber Heard's poo' in bed that led to Johnny Depp divorce

Shocking picture of 'Amber Heard's poo' in bed that led to Johnny Depp divorce

July 14, 2020

A SHOCKING picture of 'Amber Heard's poo' in bed that led to her divorce from Johnny Depp was today the latest dirty laundry aired in their dramatic Hollywood trial.

The grim image was shown to one of the most respected judges in the UK as unsavoury details of the couple's tumultuous relationship were played out.

Depp, 57, vowed to divorce "Amber Turd" after claiming she left poo in the bed in revenge for a furious birthday bust-up.

The star said it was a "fitting end" to his relationship with the 34-year-old after the "crass" act in their marital bed in LA in April 2016.

Honorary Mr Justice Nicol, who has an esteemed career of more than 15 years on the bench, was shown three images of the filth on day six of Depp's trial against The Sun.

Cleaner Hilda Vargas today said she was "horrified and disgusted" to find the "fresh faeces" which she said could only have been left by a human.

Ms Vargas today said she had been called over by another cleaner who "couldn't believe" what she had found.

The housekeeper, who has worked for Depp for more than 30 years, said: "I pulled back the top sheet on the bed and saw a large pile of faeces.

"I was horrified and disgusted. It was clear to me that this was human faeces.

"I knew that the faeces could not have come from either of Mr Depp's or Ms Heard's two small dogs."

The High Court heard today:

  • Amber Heard wrote in her diary that Depp had wrapped a shirt around her neck during a row on their honeymoon
  • Depp's security guard denied he had seen the actress was injured during the trip
  • Security guard Malcolm Connolly said he had arrived to find the couple screaming at each other during a trip to Australia
  • The security team discussed possible fake explanations for Depp's severed finger, including that he had cut himself chopping onions
  • Heard claimed she had two black eyes when appearing on the Late Late Show with James Corden after an alleged attack

Giving evidence by videolink, she added: "I have cleaned up after those dogs many times and their faeces are much smaller. Further, I have never known those dogs to defecate in the bed."

Ms Vargas said in her statement it showed a "lack of respect" and took photos of the faeces, before washing and changing the sheets.

Three photos were shown of the horrifying scene however The Sun Online has chosen to only show one of the images.

It has never been established whether it was Heard or one of her friend's from a prank.

In the stand last week, Depp said the faeces were definitely "not left by a three or four pound dog", referring to the couple's Yorkshire Terriers Boo and Pistol.

The poo had been found in the couple's bed the morning after Depp had been two hours late to Heard's 30th birthday party at the Eastern Columbia Building in Los Angeles.

Depp is claimed to have got angry after Heard confronted him for being late, with the actor allegedly throwing a magnum of champagne at his then wife.

Ms Wass said Depp then "grabbed Heard by the hair and pushed her to the ground".

Depp then allegedly left a note for his wife reading "Happy f***ing birthday", something the star denies.

Depp told the High Court this week that he had discovered he had lost $650million (£515million) in an "unpleasant and ugly" business meeting before Heard's birthday.

Today, excerpts from Heard's diary were read to the court hearing allegations that Depp had "wrapped his shirt around her neck" and hit her in a furious row on their honeymoon".

The star wrote: "Hurt last night was particularly bad. We finally fell asleep with one another smashed together in desperate childlike anger, fear and love.

"Our fight was terrible. J finally at one point found himself with his shirt wrapped around my neck. "

Malcolm Connolly, Depp's security guard, today denied there had been any assault on the train.

But he admitted that he was about "three or four doors down" from the couple, saying he "would never have known" about the fight if it had taken place in the early hours of the morning.

He said that he would have noticed any injuries on Heard, adding: "I looked after Amber. I afforded her the same protection and professionalism I gave to Johnny Depp."

The security guard also recounted the alleged bust-up in Australia in March 2015, saying he found Depp "in emotional distress and panicking" after his finger was severed.

The High Court previously heard:

  • Johnny Depp wept when he was told he had kicked Amber Heard
  • Billionaire inventor Elon Musk may have injured Heard in 2016
  • Depp's assistant said he never saw any injuries on the 34-year-old actress
  • A shocking photograph showed Depp passed out and covered in ice cream
  • Depp called Heard a "w***e" and mocked her tears after allegedly attacking her on a plane
  • The actor allegedly grabbed Heard and hurled a magnum of champagne at her after discovering he had lost $650m

Depp is suing The Sun for calling him a "wife beater" in a 2018 article. He denies being violent and has instead claimed it was Heard abusing him.

The star is alleged to have abused Heard 14 times over three years in the course of their relationship.

Depp is claimed to have first attacked his then wife in 2013 after she joked about his tattoo that had been altered from "Winona Forever" to "Wino Forever" following his split from Winona Ryder.

The actor’s case against NGN and executive editor Dan Wootton came after an article was published in 2018 with the headline “Gone Potty: How can JK Rowling be ‘genuinely happy’ casting wife beater Johnny Depp in the new Fantastic Beasts film?”.

NGN is defending the article as true and says Mr Depp was “controlling and verbally and physically abusive towards Heard, particularly when he was under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs” between early 2013 and May 2016, when the couple split.

The pair met in 2011 and began living together in 2012 before marrying in Los Angeles in February 2015.

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