Model Kate Moss testified virtually on Wednesday that former boyfriend Johnny Depp never hit her during their relationship.
"He never pushed me, kicked me, or threw me down any stairs," Moss testified live from England.
Earlier during the trial, Depp's ex-wife Amber Heard mentioned Moss during her testimony of the first time she said she hit Depp. In the moment, Heard and her sister Whitney Henriquez were at the top of a set of stairs when Depp allegedly attacked them both. Heard claimed to be protecting herself and her sister from the same rumored fate of Moss, who Heard claimed was pushed down the stairs by Depp in the 1990s.
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"We were leaving the room. Johnny left before I did, and there had been a rainstorm. As I left the room, I slid down the stairs, and I hurt my back," Moss testified of the moment. "I screamed because I didn’t know what had happened to me, and I was in pain. He came running back to help me and carried me back to my room and got me medical attention."
Heard's legal team did not cross-examine Moss, who testified for a few minutes as the first witness called on Wednesday.
Dr. Shannon Curry took the stand next for her second time during the trial. Curry repeated her initial testimony, saying she was testifying a second time to "rebut the testimony that was provided by Dr. Hughes."
Dr. Dawn Hughes was Heard's witness, testifying after Curry that Heard did show signs of post-traumatic stress disorder and did not demonstrate any behaviors related to a personality disorder. Meanwhile, Curry testified the opposite, that Heard seemed to be exaggerating her answers during a PTSD evaluation and demonstrated characteristics consistent with borderline personality disorder.
Curry went on to claim Hughes "misrepresented tests," namely by testifying that she administered 12 tests, when eight were actually checklists. When Hughes testified, she also admitted she disagreed with Curry's evaluation.
Heard's lawyer Elaine Bredehoft pointed out that Curry is not a board-certified psychiatrist, like Hughes is.
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