Amber Heard Is Claiming Johnny Depp Sliced Off His Fingertip & Wrote Her A Bloody Msg

2016-08-15 23:14:11Z
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Just days ago a video surfaced online of a confrontation of Johnny Depp with Amber Heard and now a disturbing picture has appeared.

WARNING: This article may be a trigger for some readers.

It appeared that Amber shot the video of the pair in the kitchen, it shows the actor slamming doors angrily. Amber asks him how much he has had to drink and an argument begins. Johnny then realises that Amber is recording and the video ends.

Amber recently filed for divorce after accusing her former partner of domestic violence back in May this year.

As the footage is shocking and sensitive to some, we won’t be posting it here. If you wish to watch the footage, you can go to TMZ via this link.

Today, a picture has surfaced online and it is pretty confronting.

TMZ are reporting that the picture is from another fight between the pair.

They claim that Johnny smashed his wine glasses, which sliced off his fingertip. He then dipped his bleeding finger into paint and wrote messages to Amber on a bathroom mirror, which accused her of cheating on him.

The message reads, 'Starring Billy Bob and Easy Amber.'

Amber had done a movie with Billy Bob Thornton not too long ago and Johnny believes that she had slept with him. Amber has denied the claims.

It is also believed that the Johnny didn’t receive medical help for his finger for over 24 hours, so the doctors couldn’t reattach his fingertip, but the doctors ended up using skin from his hand.

The event allegedly occurred in a villa in Australia; while they were here when Johnny was shooting 'Pirates of the Caribbean' back in March 2015.

If you are concerned about your own emotional wellbeing, are experiencing a personal crisis or are concerned about someone else, contact Lifeline on 13 11 14 or at

If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic violence, you can ring the Domestic Violence Line for help on 1800 656 463. The Domestic Violence Line is a statewide free-call number and is available 24 hours, seven days a week.

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