Another bizarre twist happened in Johnny Depp's defamation trial against his ex-wife Amber Heard Monday when a woman held up a child to Johnny and said 'this baby is yours!'
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Johnny Depp’s defamation trial against his ex-wife Amber Heard took another bizarre turn Monday when a woman held up a child and shouted, ‘This baby is yours!’ at the Pirates of the Caribbean actor.

The unidentified woman’s outburst came during a break after Judge Penney Azcarate left the courtroom.

‘Johnny, I love you! Our souls are connected,’ the woman exclaimed as she stood up with the baby.

Depp simply turned to her, smiled and waved – as he often has during strange moments of the trial, which enters its seventh week on Tuesday, according to Law & Crime.  

The woman then held up the baby and claimed Depp was the father as a deputy approached her. 

The deputy escorted the woman from the courtroom, clipping off her wristband that allowed her access to the trial. 

The outburst caused a bit of commotion in the courtroom that had to be calmed down.  

Another bizarre twist happened in Johnny Depp's defamation trial against his ex-wife Amber Heard Monday when a woman held up a child to Johnny and said 'this baby is yours!'

Another bizarre twist happened in Johnny Depp’s defamation trial against his ex-wife Amber Heard Monday when a woman held up a child to Johnny and said ‘this baby is yours!’

The woman's outburst came during a break after Judge Penney Azcarate left the courtroom. Above, the woman can be seen outside the courthouse after being booted from proceedings

The woman’s outburst came during a break after Judge Penney Azcarate left the courtroom. Above, the woman can be seen outside the courthouse after being booted from proceedings

The woman later claimed that she was doing it as a joke, but was escorted out of the trial and not allowed to return

The woman later claimed that she was doing it as a joke, but was escorted out of the trial and not allowed to return

The Depp-Heard libel trial enters its seventh week on Tuesday. Above, Amber Heard listens to proceedings Monday

The Depp-Heard libel trial enters its seventh week on Tuesday. Above, Amber Heard listens to proceedings Monday

According to a Law & Crime reporter, the woman in question later said that she was joking. 

The first witness Monday in Depp’s defamation trial against Heard was Dr. Richard Moore, an orthopedic surgeon based in North Carolina who specializes in hand surgery.  

In blockbuster testimony, Moore claimed that the appearance of Depp’s severed finger – which he claims was sustained by a broken bottle Heard threw at him while the pair were in Australia – was ‘not consistent’ with the actor’s claims.

He said: ‘It’s not consistent with what we see in the described injury pattern or clinical photographs.’ 

Dr. Moore said during his 25-year career he had operated on finger injuries like Depp’s ‘hundreds of times.’

The first witness of the day Monday was Dr. Richard Moore, an orthopedic surgeon based in North Carolina who specializes in hand surgery

The first witness of the day Monday was Dr. Richard Moore, an orthopedic surgeon based in North Carolina who specializes in hand surgery

Day 20 in the Amber Heard vs. Johnny Depp defamation trial kicked off Monday in Fairfax, Virginia

Day 20 in the Amber Heard vs. Johnny Depp defamation trial kicked off Monday in Fairfax, Virginia

Day 20 in the Amber Heard vs. Johnny Depp defamation trial kicked off Monday in Fairfax, Virginia

'She threw the large bottle and it made contact and shattered everywhere and I honestly didn't feel the pain at first at all, I felt no pain,' Depp said of his severed finger

‘She threw the large bottle and it made contact and shattered everywhere and I honestly didn’t feel the pain at first at all, I felt no pain,’ Depp said of his severed finger

Amber Heard arrived to the courtroom Monday full of smiles, with her hair side swept with curls

Amber Heard arrived to the courtroom Monday full of smiles, with her hair side swept with curls 

Depp claims that Heard sliced his finger off when she threw a bottle of vodka at him but she claims that he smashed it off with a phone

Depp claims that Heard sliced his finger off when she threw a bottle of vodka at him but she claims that he smashed it off with a phone

 Heard maintains that Depp suffered the injuries after smashing his fingertip off with a phone. The court has heard from other witnesses who said that Depp told them he cut it off himself, something he also admitted in texts.

During this exchange Depp looked up and shook his head with incredulity.

Depp’s lawyer Camille Vasquez also tore into Dr. Moore during cross examination. 

It was the first time she has interrogated a witness since her brutal cross examination of Amber Heard, which turned her into a legal star.

Depp has detailed the explosive fight he and Amber Heard had in March 2015 in Australia where the top of his finger was severed when Heard allegedly threw a bottle of vodka at him

Depp has detailed the explosive fight he and Amber Heard had in March 2015 in Australia where the top of his finger was severed when Heard allegedly threw a bottle of vodka at him

Dr. Moore said that it did not appear that the injury happened when Depp's hand was laying flat on the bar as he claimed

Dr. Moore said that it did not appear that the injury happened when Depp’s hand was laying flat on the bar as he claimed 

Depp's lawyer Camille Vasquez tore into Dr. Moore during cross examination. It was the first time she has interrogated a witness since her brutal cross examination of Amber Heard which turned her into a legal star

Depp’s lawyer Camille Vasquez tore into Dr. Moore during cross examination. It was the first time she has interrogated a witness since her brutal cross examination of Amber Heard which turned her into a legal star

Vasquez pressed Dr. Moore repeatedly and he admitted that he couldn't rule out that a car door caused the injury to Depp's finger

Vasquez pressed Dr. Moore repeatedly and he admitted that he couldn’t rule out that a car door caused the injury to Depp’s finger 

 It was also revealed Monday that Kate Moss is set to testify in the trial this week.

The British model, 48, who dated the actor from 1994 – 1997, will reportedly take the stand on Wednesday after she was mentioned by the actress earlier in the case.

A source told the New York Post: ‘Amber mentioned an ex of Johnny’s that clearly she felt was not supportive of him, which couldn’t be further from the truth.’

Experts say that Heard’s testimony, mentioning Moss, could give Depp’s legal team an opportunity to quell a rumor he pushed the super model down the stairs when they dated in the 1990s.

Sources say the rumor is not true – and Moss is actually supportive of her ex-husband.

In fact, after Heard said she related to Moss for the alleged incident in the 90s, Depp’s lawyer, Benjamin Chew could be seen fist bumping and smiling.

Johnny Depp and Kate Moss during "Sinatra: 80 Years My Way" Birthday Celebration at Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles

Johnny Depp and Kate Moss during ‘Sinatra: 80 Years My Way’ Birthday Celebration at Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles

A witness for Heard also said Monday that the actress only kept her role in Aquaman because its star Jason Momoa and the film’s director fought for her, the jury in Depp’s defamation trial against the actress heard. 

Heard’s witness Kathryn Arnold, a former Hollywood producer who is now an entertainment industry consultant and expert, took the stand Monday afternoon. She evaluated Depp’s claims for damages as a result of Heard’s op-ed as well as Heard’s claim for damages based on comments from Depp’s lawyer that her allegations were a ‘hoax.’

According to Arnold, Aquaman was Heard’s ‘a star is born moment’ but instead of it being a springboard for her career, she was nearly cut from the sequel.

Heard only kept her role because Jason Momoa, Heard’s co-star, and the film’s director James Wan ‘committed to her’ and were ‘adamant she was in the film,’ claimed Arnold, who spoke with Heard as part of her preparation for testifying.

According to Arnold, the first draft of Aquaman 2 her character Mera had a ‘strong romantic arc the entire film and some great action sequences.’

Heard trained five hours a day for several months to do the sequence but when she got to the set a costume designer told her that her role had been ‘diminished.’

The action sequence had been ‘cut out’ and her role was ‘radically reduced,’ Arnold said.

Reports have claimed that the lack of chemistry between Heard and Momoa was to blame for her role being reduced but Arnold denied this.

While Momoa was able to renegotiate his salary for Aquaman 2 from about $3million to $15million, Heard was unable to do the same.

She was ‘fighting for her life’ to be in the film and was paid the same $2million as stated in her original contract.

According to Arnold, Heard should have been able to renegotiate her fee to as much as $6million.

Kathryn Arnold, a former Hollywood producer who is now an entertainment industry consultant and expert, took the stand Monday afternoon

Kathryn Arnold, a former Hollywood producer who is now an entertainment industry consultant and expert, took the stand Monday afternoon

Heard only kept her role in Aquaman 2 because Jason Momoa, Heard's co-star, and the film's director James Wan 'committed to her' and were 'adamant she was in the film,' claimed Arnold

Heard only kept her role in Aquaman 2 because Jason Momoa, Heard’s co-star, and the film’s director James Wan ‘committed to her’ and were ‘adamant she was in the film,’ claimed Arnold

According to Arnold, Aquaman was Heard's 'a star is born moment' but instead of it being a springboard for her career, she was nearly cut from the sequel

According to Arnold, Aquaman was Heard's 'a star is born moment' but instead of it being a springboard for her career, she was nearly cut from the sequel

According to Arnold, Aquaman was Heard’s ‘a star is born moment’ but instead of it being a springboard for her career, she was nearly cut from the sequel

The circus trial began when Depp sued Heard, claiming three counts of defamation and $50million in restitution.

Heard – who was married to the actor from 2015 to 2017 – is counter-claiming for $100million. 

Depp sued his ex-wife in February 2019 after she wrote an op-ed published by the Washington Post in December 2018 which Depp claimed left him with extensive financial loss to his career.

He added that he felt he could no longer act due to her allegations. 

In the op-ed, Heard had described becoming ‘a public figure representing domestic abuse’ and ‘seeing, in real time, how institutions protect men accused of abuse.’

Amber Heard and Johnny Depp’s caustic relationship 

February 3, 2015

Johnny Depp and Amber Heard marry in a private civil ceremony at their LA home, four years after they met as co-stars on the set of The Rum Diary. The couple celebrate with a lavish reception on an idyllic private island in the Bahamas that Depp bought in 2004 for $3.6 million.

April 21, 2015

Heard breaches Australia’s biosecurity laws when she and Depp fail to declare their two Yorkshire terriers when they arrive Down Under on a private jet for the filming of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales. Heard admits falsifying quarantine documents and is placed on a $1,000 one-month good behavior bond.

May 23, 2016

Heard files for divorce after 15 months of marriage, citing irreconcilable differences. Four days later a judge issues a temporary restraining order against Depp over domestic violence allegations. Pictures of Heard’s alleged injuries hit the tabloids but the LAPD finds no evidence of a crime.

August 16, 2016

Depp and Heard reach a $7 million divorce settlement which the actress promises to give to charity. Their marriage was ‘intensely passionate and at times volatile, but always bound by love,’ the former lovers say in a statement. ‘There was never any intent of physical or emotional harm’.

December 18, 2018

The Washington Post publishes an op-ed by Heard, an ambassador for women’s rights at for the American Civil Liberties Union, urging support for women who suffer domestic violence. ‘Two years ago, I became a public figure representing domestic abuse, and I felt the full force of our culture’s wrath for women who speak out,’ reads the headline.

March 1, 2019

Despite not being named in the article, Depp files a $50 million defamation suit in Fairfax Circuit Court, Virginia saying it implied he was an abuser and got him fired from the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise. Depp dismisses Heard’s abuse allegations as a ‘hoax’ and claims he was actually the victim of her violence.

August 10, 2020

Heard countersues for $100 million, claiming vengeful Depp and his lawyer Adam Waldman targeted her with a vicious smear campaign, using media allies and internet trolls to amplify false stories about her and derail her acting career.

November 1, 2020

Depp faces an uphill battle to save his reputation after he loses a libel battle with a British tabloid that labeled him a ‘wife beater’. A judge in London’s rules that The Sun’s 2018 article was ‘substantially true’ and that the father-of-two had attacked Heard a dozen times, causing her to fear for her life on three occasions.

April 11, 2022

After lengthy delays due to the Covid pandemic, the former flames finally lock horns in Fairfax County, Virginia where the Washington Post servers that published the disputed op-ed are based. The trial is expected to last six to seven weeks and celebrities tipped to give evidence include James Franco, Paul Bettany and Ellen Barkin.

 



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