We have all been waiting for the “fecal matter” issue to come up again. Well, it has. And Amber has a ‘good explanation’ for it all. And, according to a source, she was responsible for how it happened, although she has denied this. On Monday, Heard blamed their dog, Boo, for the ‘accident’. She also said that the teacup Yorkie had bowel issues that started after it ate a bag of marijuana that belonged to Depp.
Starling Jenkins, a member of Depp’s security team, testified about the day in 2016 when the fecal matter was found in the couple’s shared bed. It was Heard’s 30th birthday dinner, and Jenkins had accompanied Heard and her friends to the music festival. He later had “a conversation pertaining to the surprise she left in the boss’s bed,” Jenkins testified, which he referred to as “the defecation.” Jenkins also stated that Heard described it as “a horrible practical joke gone wrong.”
According to NY Post, Heard had been packing to leave for Coachella with her friends. This was right after the couple had a massive fight. Heard stated that she’d put Boo, the Yorkie, and their other dog, Pistol, on the bed while she packed for the music festival. She denies pranking Depp in any way.
“First of all, I don’t think that’s funny. I was not, also, in a pranking mood,” she told the jury. “My life was falling apart. I had just been attacked on my 30th birthday by my violent husband, with whom I was desperately in love and knew I needed to leave. It was not really a jovial time, and I don’t think that’s funny, period. That’s disgusting.”
Depp had said earlier during the trial that he and Heard had had a fight after he was late for her birthday celebration. Knowing that Amber was leaving for Coachella, he decided to come back the following day when the house was empty, in order to collect some personal items.
“On my side of the bed was human fecal matter,” he recalled. “I laughed. It was so outside, it was so bizarre and so grotesque that I could only laugh.” Heard has always denied the allegation, blaming their teacup Yorkies. “I lived with those dogs for many years. That did not come from a dog. It just didn’t.”
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