LOS ANGELES, UNITED STATES.-Well, they say that from love to hate there is one step. The legal battle that played Johnny Depp and Amber Heard each time it becomes more dark. According to the International Business Times, the actress could face a penalty of up to three years in prison after alleged falsification of evidence against your former spouse.
Although Heard said that he had been victim of physical and verbal violence in your marriage, your stylist Samantha McMillen stated that the actress had no injury.
“During the day 16 December 2015 I could see clearly that Amber Heard had no visible marks, bruises, cuts, or lesions on the face or any other part of your body,” he said.
International Business Times also adds: “The California Penal code he stated that it is illegal to alter, amend, plant, place, conceal, fabricate, or move any physical evidence with the intent of making someone is accused of a crime. The offering and preparing false evidence are considered serious offences and carry a maximum penalty of up to three years.”
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Depp defends itself by arguing that he listened to his former spouse to say that you had “painted bruises” to get a restraining order.
The divorce process began in August of 2016 and was completed in January 2017. Everything returned to the public eye in December of 2018, when Heard he wrote an opinion piece for the Washington Post in which he spoke of the abuse he allegedly suffered. It was there when the actor who created the “Mad Hatter” filed a lawsuit for defamation of 50 million dollars against it.
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