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Johnny Depp denies sexual assault allegation labeled against him by his former wife Amber Heards

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Johnny Depp, a well-known American actor, has denied Amber Heard’s sexual assault accusation, which she presented in Virginia courtrooms in April.

According to poky sources, the defamation claim is valued at more than $50 million dollars.

After Depp sued Heard over a 2018 op-ed she penned for the Washington Post on surviving domestic abuse, the former celebrity couple is facing off in Virginia’s Fairfax County Courthouse.

The 35-year-old did not mention Depp by name in the post, which was headed “Amber Heard: I stood up to sexual abuse and suffered the wrath of our culture. This needs to change “—Ben Rottenborn, her attorney, now alleges Depp was the accused abuser.

During his opening statements in Virginia on April 11, Rottenborn said, “Tragically, it’s true.” “Amber was subjected to sexual assault by Depp.”

He further claimed that Depp abused the actress in a variety of ways, including physical, emotional, mental, and psychological assault.

“You will hear about the brutality that she endured in the most vivid and horrible ways,” Rottenborn said of Heard’s future evidence. “That’s something she’ll tell you honestly. She’ll take the witness stand and tell you that. It took place.”

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