An emotional Amber Heard took the stand for the second time Thursday during the final week of ex-husband Johnny Depp's defamation suit against her.

Heard is countersuing Depp, also for defamation, to the tune of $100 million, twice as much as Depp is asking for.

The actress testified that ever since the suit was filed, death threats against her have increased. The actress was already receiving hundreds of threats a day, and they have increased to thousands a day, according to Heard.

"I am harassed, humiliated, threatened every single day," Heard said. "Even just walking into this courtroom."


Heard also testified that threats have been directed at her child, and in one instance, someone threatened to put her baby in the microwave.

"I know, as I stand here today, I can't have a career," Heard said. "I can't even have people associate with me because of the threats and the attacks that they have to endure when they are."

Depp's lawyer, Camille Vasquez, cross-examined Heard afterward, asking her about discrepancies between her testimony and that of other witnesses, namely, the Hicksville trailer inn owner Morgan Night.

The actress claimed that Night wasn't present during their stay and couldn't have seen how Depp had trashed their trailer following a fight. Meanwhile, Night described being at the venue and viewing the unit. He testified that he only charged Depp for a broken light fixture and had found the trailer mostly clean.

"I've heard a lot of people say a lot of things to be a part of the Johnny Depp show," Heard told Vasquez.

Former TMZ reporter Morgan Tremaine also testified that he received a tip that Heard would be filing a temporary restraining order while sporting a bruised face, along with the exact time and location of the filing.

Vasquez showed Heard a photo of her taken the next day without a bruise. Heard agreed there was no bruise in the photo.

Earlier, computer forensics specialist Julian Ackert took the stand to rebut the testimony of USAForensic CEO Bryan Neumeister, who claimed he saw discrepancies in the EXIF data of some of the photos Heard submitted of her injuries as evidence. Neumeister suggested the data could mean that the photos went through a third-party app that could have altered the photos. Ackert pointed out on Thursday that EXIF data can change when the photo is printed or even sent to a Macbook from an iPhone.

Dr. Dawn Hughes took the stand a second time to give her rebuttal to Dr. Shannon Curry's testimony on Heard's mental state. The two psychiatrists disagreed about whether Heard has post-traumatic stress disorder, whether she was guilty of feigning conditions throughout psychological evaluations, and whether her behavior is characteristic of borderline personality disorder.

"Dr. Curry seems confused," Hughes said.

Dr. Richard Gilbert, an orthopedic surgeon, later shared his expert opinion of Depp's severed finger, which he believed was injured by something sharp.

Final arguments will be heard on Friday, and the jury will then deliberate.


You can catch up on previous testimony here.