‘One part of the case I never understood’: Camille Vasquez Says Amber Heard Was A Fool Because Johnny Depp’s ‘Too drunk and high’ All The Time To Hit Anyone

The first part of the Johnny vs Amber: The US Trial documentary is officially out on Discovery+. In the documentary, lawyer Camille Vazquez defended Johnny Depp’s alleged physical abuse claiming that Johnny Depp was too drunk and high all the time to hit anyone. The documentary covered the behind-the-scenes of the highly publicized Johnny Depp vs Amber Heard trial. The actor sued his ex-wife, Amber Heard over an op-ed she wrote back in 2018. In the op-ed, she claimed to be a victim of sexual abuse. The court concluded that the op-ed was about Johnny Depp and Amber Heard was found guilty.

Camille Vasquez defended Johnny Depp

Depp and Vasquez
Johnny Depp’s lawyer Camille Vasquez with the actor during the trial.

In the documentary, Johnny Depp’s lawyer Camille Vasquez claimed that Johnny Depp was too drunk and high all the time to physically abuse Amber Heard. She said,

“That’s one part of the case I’ve never understood. He’s either drunk and high and incapable of even standing up, or he’s drunk and high and able to attack her, chase her, land blows? It just doesn’t make sense.”

People on social media trolled the lawyer saying that she doesn’t understand how alcoholics or substance abusers behave.

Also read: Johnny Depp Reportedly Dating His Lawyer After Epic Win Over Amber Heard, Sources Reveal It’s Not Camilla Vasquez

Johnny Depp was drunk and high all the time

Johnny Depp and Amber Heard
The actor was high or drunk almost all the time

Johnny Depp’s fans recently paid roughly $3000 to get their hands on unsealed documents from the court. The document revealed Amber Heard’s assistant’s text messages to the Aquaman star talking about Johnny Depp’s behavior while he was drunk. She wrote,

“If someone was truly honest with him about how bad it really was, he would be appalled. I’m sad he does not have a better way to really know the severity of his actions yesterday. Unfortunately for me, I remember them in full, in full detail, everything that happened. He was appalled, when I told him he kicked you, he cried.”

In some cases, it is quite common for alcohol to encourage aggression or violence as it disrupts normal brain function.

Also read: Losing Johnny Depp Trial Hit Amber Heard So Insanely Hard Her Net Worth is Now Actually in Negative – a Whopping “-$6 Million”

Ellen Barkin also claimed that the actor used to be drunk and high all the time

Ellen Barkin and Johnny Depp
Actress Ellen Barkin talked about her relationship with the actor

Ellen Barkin and Johnny Depp met in 1990 and became good friends initially. After almost a decade, the actor allegedly threw a bottle of wine at her in a hotel room. In her testimony, she claimed that the actor was always drinking or smoking a joint and she saw him using cocaine, marijuana, and hallucinogenic drugs, she said, “He was drunk all the, most, a lot of the time.

Ellen Barkin also claimed that the actor used to yell and address one of his assistants as a “Pig.” She said she wasn’t surprised when he threw a bottle at her as “there was always an air of violence around him.” She called him a “yeller” and “verbally abusive.

Johnny vs Amber: The US Trial is streaming now on Discovery+.

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