(Press Association) A Hollywood stylist has told the Supreme Court that Amber Heard had “no visible” injuries the day after the actress claims Johnny Depp was violent towards her during a heated row.
Samantha McMillen said she spent “much of the afternoon and early evening” with Heard, 34, on December 16, 2015, when the star was set to appear on James Corden’s The Late Late Show and she could “see clearly” that Heard had no marks, cuts or bruises.
Depp, 57, is alleged to have been violent towards Heard in an argument in their penthouse in Los Angeles on December 15, which he denies. The Hollywood star is suing The Sun’s publisher, News Group Newspapers, and its managing editor Dan Wootton over an article in April 201
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In a testimony, McMillen said she saw Heard “in good light, up close, without clothing” the next day, adding: “I could clearly see that Ms Heard had no visible marks, bruises, cuts or injuries to her face or anyone. another part of her body. ”
McMillen claimed that after her appearance on the show, Heard said to her “Can you believe I only did that show with two black eyes?” The stylist said: “Ms Heard had no black eyes and had been unharmed all day and in that moment.”
In her written statement, McMillen also claimed that she “interacted closely” with Heard five months later, on May 24, 2016, at Depp’s house in West Hollywood.
This was shortly after another episode where Heard claims Pirates Of The Caribbean star threw a cell phone at her, hit her in the eye and smashed objects with a wine bottle. Depp denies the allegations.
McMillen’s statement states: “I went to the house in the afternoon and met Ms Heard. Mrs. Heard was not wearing makeup. There were no visible marks, bruises, cuts or damage to her face or any other part of her body. I saw her at the kitchen door in daylight in Mr. Depp’s house.
She gave me a hug and cried. After hugging me, she began to have an intense conversation in Spanish with Mr. Depp’s housekeeper, Hilda Vargas. “
McMillen also said that three days after her meeting with Heard, on May 27, she saw in the media that “Ms Heard had gone to court with prominent injuries visible on her face.” She claimed she “knew she (Mrs. Heard) did not have those marks on her face on May 24, 2016 when I was with her.”