Cross-examination of Amber Heard commenced Monday afternoon, with the Aquaman actress telling the jury that Johnny Depp "is an abuser" and maintaining prior claims of abuse and sexual assault.
Depp's attorney, Camille Vasquez, grilled Heard about the nonexistent markings of various attacks she alleged Depp had caused. Shown photos of herself without markings, each taken only days after multiple alleged incidents, the actress claimed she had makeup to thank.
“You should see what it looked like underneath the makeup," Heard told the jury.
Multiple photos shown were taken the night after she claimed Depp hit her so hard that her nose bled and she believed it was broken. However, no damage was visible on her face, she confirmed.
Asked how makeup could cover the extent of the injuries she claims to have suffered, Heard insisted that "makeup will not cover up swelling. Ice will though."
She then reiterated her claim that Depp raped her with a liquor bottle and admitted that she did not seek medical help despite bleeding from her vagina.
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“I did not want to tell anyone," the actress explained.
Asked about a doctor's visit that noted no physical injuries to Heard following a particularly violent alleged incident, she said, "I think this medical record is missing a lot of things."
“Probably because there was nothing to document, right Ms. Heard?” Vasquez asked.
The heated exchange between Depp's attorney and Heard continued as Vasquez began to question her about the pledged multimillion-dollar donations to the American Civil Liberties Union and Children's Hospital Los Angeles, which were never fulfilled.
Confronted with her own testimony in which she claimed that she donated all of her settlement money to the two charities, she refused to concede that it was false. She claimed that she still intends to fulfill the pledges and only refrained from continuing her donations when her ex-husband sued her for $50 million.
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Heard will return to the stand Tuesday for further cross-examination.
You can catch up on previous testimony here.