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Amber Heard Denies Defecating On Johnny Depp’s Bed

Amber Heard claimed that she didn’t poop on her ex-husband, Johnny Depp's bed in her testimony on Monday, May 16.

Amber Heard said that she was not in a ‘pranking mood’ and directly denied defecating on Depp’s bed during the ongoing defamation trial. Her lawyers asked her if she performed any sort of a prank and to that, she responded, ‘Absolutely not.’ Amber shed light on the incident where Johnny found faeces on his bed while she was attending Coachella. She claimed that one of their dogs was on the bed and explained that one of the dogs had ‘bowel control issues.’

While trying to explain the incident Amber Heard added that she and Depp got into a fight during her birthday and wasn’t in any mood to do something as disgusting as pooping on his bed. “First of all, I don’t think that’s funny. I don’t know what a grown woman does. I was not also in a pranking mood. My life was falling apart,” the Aquaman actress explained. “I had just been attacked on my 30th birthday by my violent husband with whom I was desperately in love.”

The actress went on to say, “I knew I needed to leave. It was not really a jovial time. And I don’t think that’s funny. Period. It’s disgusting.” Afterwards, Heard also talked about an incident where she and her ex-husband got into an argument following the death of Depp’s mother, when he was speaking to a friend about the supposed prank. Heard claimed that he yelled over the phone and then later threw his phone at Amber while she was trying to leave the house.

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The original story comes from Starling Jenkins III testifying in court that Amber Heard had allegedly admitted to defecating in the bed she once shared with Johnny Depp. Specifically, Jenkins testified that he “had a conversation pertaining to the surprise she left in the boss’s bed” while he was driving her to the Coachella Festival in California in 2016. Jenkins also added that Heard called it ‘a horrible practical joke gone wrong.’

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