How did Johnny Depp really get that horrible finger injury? Amber Heard’s sister allegedly made a confession
Johnny Depp and Amber Heard’s long legal battle continues to make headlines, despite the verdict delivered two months ago. This discourse is partly due to the fact that both parties have appealed the decision, as well as new information about the case coming out via previously sealed documents. So how did Depp really get that horrible finger injury? Amber Heard’s sister would have made a confession.
One of the most infamous incidents portrayed during Johnny Depp and Amber Heard’s long legal battle involves a violent incident that resulted in the Pirates of the Caribbean the actor lost part of his finger. The two actors have their own version of this story, but more information is coming via the previously mentioned unsealed documents related to the case. According TMZHeard’s sister, Whitney Henriquez, admitted that the Aquaman the actress was to blame during a conversation with her former employer.
According to this report from TMZ, former Whitney Henriquez boss Jennifer Howell recounted these events before the defamation case actually went to trial. Howell was working as an art dealer in 2015 when Johnny Depp’s finger injury took place. In her pre-trial deposition, she claims Henriquez was in her presence when Heard called her to tell her about the finger-stabbing incident. Henriquez reportedly said his sister “did it now”, with the transcript of Howell’s deposition:
This deposition was made by none other than Johnny Depp’s lawyer, Camille Vasquez, who became famous thanks to the actor’s defense in his various high-profile cases (as well as rumors that she was dating the actor). Vasquez followed up on what Whitney Henriquez told her former boss at the time, Howell responding with:
This information is sure to go viral, as the fingering incident was mentioned several times during Amber Heard and Johnny Depp’s defamation case. The two actors were asked about the horrific incident as they gave evidence in the defamation case, with Depp’s memories of the incident are definitely disturbing.
That deposition was ultimately excluded from court, as 965 pages of newly unsealed documents related to the Johnny Depp and Amber Heard defamation cases have revealed. These documents contained a lot of potentially damaging information about each of the actors. For Depp, that includes more information about his split from Disney and the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise. But this testimony on Heard would undoubtedly have been explosive if it had been included in the highly televised trial.
Professionally, Johnny Depp is currently preparing to shoot his first post-trial film, while Amber Heard will appear in Aquaman 2 on March 17, 2023. In the meantime, discover the 2022 movie release dates to plan your next cinematic experience.