The case of Johnny Depp and Amber Heard took an unexpected turn when it was confirmed that Kate Moss would present her statement in front of the stand.
The British model testified on Wednesday in a video call from England to tell how was her relationship with the protagonist of “Pirates of the Caribbean.”
The model confirmed that during their relationship in the 90s, she did not have any experience of violence by the American. The question arose from rumors of a story in which he rolled down the stairs, to be more specific, during a vacation in Jamaica. Benjamin Chew, one of Depp’s lawyers during the interrogation, asked the question.
“We were leaving the room and Johnny came out before me. There was a storm and when I came out I slipped down the stairs and hurt my back. And I screamed because I didn’t know what had happened to me and I was in pain,” she said during the video call.
The model explained that when Johnny appeared, he treated her well and took her straight to the room, and looked for someone to attend to her after the accident of rolling down the stairs. He later clarified that he never pushed, kicked, or tried to hurt her during the holidays. “He never pushed me, kicked me, or threw me down the stairs.”
The Briton’s testimony lasted less than five minutes and was not questioned by Amber’s lawyers. It has to be remembered that Moss’ name came out earlier this month when Heard mentioned her when she was on the stand.
Heard said he was aware that the actor had exercised physical violence against the model while they were a couple; recalling an alleged act of violence between them on a staircase, he said: “Simply, in my head, I instantly think of Kate Moss and the stairs.”
Moss and Depp ended their relationship in 1998 after four years, where they enjoyed their love and great moments. This despite the sour drink that was the fall from the stairs during the holidays in Jamaica.