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Amber Heard watched as she was ‘head-butted’ before James Corden appeared, court says

Amber Heard previously testified that ex-husband Johnny Depp allegedly headbutted her and tried to strangle her with a pillow the night before she appeared on James Corden’s talk show in December 2015

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Amber Heard Looks As If She Has Been ‘Bombed’ By Mélanie Inglessis

Amber Heard’s former makeup artist recalled how the actress looked before appearing on The Late Late Show with James Corden in December 2015.

Giving evidence via a video link on Wednesday, Melanie Inglessis said she was shocked to have had to use her talent to cover bruises and injuries believed to have been caused by Johnny Depp.

The court heard Ms Inglessis describe that Ms Heard looked like “someone could have lightly hit her in the head” and claimed some of the star’s photos taken at the time did not accurately depict the extent of the damage. her injury.

The Aquaman actress, 36, previously testified that she thought she was going to die when Johnny Depp allegedly headbutted her and tried to strangle her with a pillow the night before her televised appearance. in 2015.







Amber Heard’s ex-makeup artist claims she had to dress her wounds before appearing on the show
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Ms Heard testified that the alleged attack from her then-husband left her with two black eyes, what she thought was a broken nose and a swollen lip.

Mr Depp denied ever physically abusing Ms Heard during their relationship.

Reexamined on Wednesday, Ms Inglessis claimed she had never witnessed Mr Depp physically assault his ex-wife and described the Pirates of the Caribbean actor as “kind” and friendly when she confronted him. he.

The make-up artist, who no longer works with Ms Heard, recalls meeting the actress on December 16, 2015 – the day after Mr Depp was allegedly assaulted.







The actress claimed her ex-husband attacked her the night before filming the TV show
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“She’s injured,” Inglessis said as she explained how she put on Miss Heard’s make-up prior to her televised appearance.

“I’m not a medical professional – I don’t know how I would describe them – but it could have looked like someone had lightly hit her in the head.”

She added that she believes the actress has what she “would call a cleft lip”.

“We put on makeup, a little heavier than usual,” the court heard the makeup artist testify on Wednesday.







The makeup artist’s pre-recorded deposition went to court on Wednesday
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Earlier in the day, another witness denied claims she and Ms Heard used makeup to ‘fake’ an injury before the star appeared on The Late Late Show with James Corden.

Raquel Pennington, a witness for Ms Heard, told the court on Wednesday that “I had seen the wound many times” on her old friend, and said it was suggested the actress would correct the injury by makeup is a “false assessment or statement”.

When asked to further explain why she believes so, she added: “Because I saw the wounds on her body right after they happened, all night after, the next day and as they continue to heal.”







The actress became emotional at one point on Wednesday
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Mr. Depp has always denied physically abusing his ex-wife and is suing Heard for defamation over an article she wrote for The Washington Post in 2018 in which she claimed she was a victim of domestic abuse. family.

The article did not mention the actor’s name, but Mr Depp argued that he had lost his job and was financially affected by the work.

The Aquaman actress is protesting her ex-husband for $100m (£81m).

The trial continued.

https://www.mirror.co.uk/3am/celebrity-news/amber-heard-looked-shed-been-27003970 Amber Heard watched as she was 'head-butted' before James Corden appeared, court says

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