Vanessa Paradis has come out in defense of Johnny Depp, whom a british newspaper accused her of being an abusive husband and pickguard.
The actress Vanessa Paradis gave his support to her ex-husband, the actor Johnny Depp, in the lawsuit brought against the u.k. tabloid The Sun, which described him as a spouse abuser, according to court documents revealed Wednesday.
The star of “Pirates of the Caribbean” demand to the british newspaper and its owner, “News Group Newspapers” for having presented as a proven fact, in an article published in April of 2018, he had beaten his then-wife, the actress also american Amber Heard.
The couple lived through a calamitous divorce at the beginning of 2017, a little over a year after their wedding. The actress, 34 years old, mentioned then “years” of violence “physical and psychological”, which Depp denies.
The lawyers Depp requested Paradis atestiguara in this trial, which was initially scheduled for mid-march in the Supreme Court of London, but was postponed until July because of the pandemic of coronavirus.
“I’ve known Johnny for over 25 years. We were together for 14 and have raised our two children between both,” said the French actress, in a written testimony for this trial.
“During all those years, Johnny has been a man and father, gentle, loving, generous and non violent”, he added, who separated from the actor in 2012, shortly before the latter enter into a relationship with Heard. “He has never been violent or abuser to me,” he added.
This Wednesday, during a hearing through video-conference, attorneys of Depp also announced that they want to present the testimony of the actress Winona Ryder, whom he had a relationship with it in the 1990s.
In his statement, Ryder explained that he “couldn’t understand” accusations of Amber Heard against Depp.
The actor denies having been violent with Heard and has also been filed with the justice of the united States a defamation lawsuit against his ex-wife.
By AFP @CARASmexico
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