The truth of what went on between Kate Moss and Johnny Depp when they were vacationing together in Jamaica has been disclosed by Moss. In the midst of the current defamation trial between Johnny Depp and his ex-partner Amber Heard, which has reached its last week, Depp’s ex-girlfriend and British model Kate Moss has taken the stand.
Heard is being sued by Depp because of an opinion article that Heard wrote for The Washington Post in 2018 in which she said that she was “a public figure representing domestic abuse.”
The statement the british model, Kate Moss, testified ran totally counter to what Heard had said earlier in the trial, which was that Depp was responsible for pushing the model down the stairs. It appears Heard has been caught on stand in a lie.
When questioned by Benjamin Chew about her connection with Johnny Depp and their holiday in Jamaica, Moss said that they had been leaving the hotel after a thunderstorm — Johnny ahead of her — when she ‘slid down the stairs’ and ‘hurt (her) back.’
She testified: “And I screamed because I didn’t know what had happened to me and I was in pain. And he [Depp] came running back to help me and carried me to my room and got me medical attention.”
When Heard accused Depp of trying to swing at her sister Whitney while she was at the top of the stairs, Moss’ name was brought up for the first time in the defamation trial. She (Heard) said: “I just see my little sister with her back to the staircase and Johnny swings at her and I don’t even wait. In my head I just instantly think of Kate Moss and the stairs and I swung at him.”
The statement about “Kate Moss and the stairs” that Aquaman actress made is a reference to accusations during Depp’s libel action against The Sun in 2020 where she says,“He was about to push her down the stairs and the moment before that happened, I remembered information I had heard that he pushed a former girlfriend — I believe it was Kate Moss — down the stairs.”
In contrary to Heard’s accusations, Moss insisted that Depp “never pushed [her], kicked [her], or threw [her] down any stairs” when she was testifying via video connection.
During Moss’s video examination, she was questioned as to why she had chosen to testify regarding the claimed event involving the stairs at this time; however, the question was greeted with an objection, and Judge Penney Azcarate upheld the objection.
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