Winona Ryder and Vanessa Paradis have rallied in defense of Johnny Depp, claiming that he was never violent towards them during his relationship with her.
Their claim was made as part of a witness statement submitted before the human rights trial against The Sun newspaper in an April 2018 article describing Depp as a “wife-bitter.” The article, entitled “Gon Patty – How to Become JK Rowling’s ‘Really Happy’ Casting Wife-Beater Johnny Depp in the new ‘Fantastic Beats’ film?” Which he has denied.
Paradis said in a statement: “I have known Johnny for over 25 years. We have been partners for 14 years and we have raised our two children together. For so many years I have known Johnny as a humble, attentive, generous and non-violent person and father.
He added: “He was never violent or offensive to me.”
In the 1990’s, Dydip, with whom Depp had a relationship, Ryder said in a statement: “I (Heard) can’t keep my head around the allegations. He was never violent towards me. He never insulted me. “
A spokeswoman for Heard said in a statement following Wednesday’s hearing:
“However, one woman’s experience does not determine another woman’s experience.”
Depp and Heard met on the set of the 2011 comedy “The Room Diary” and got married in 2015. In 2016, Heard Depp received a control order against him alleging torture, which he denied. When they divorced in 2017, Heard settled তাকে 7 million for the charity.
The trial is set to begin in July at the Royal Courts of Justice in London.
In an article in the Washington Post, the United States has filed a separate defamation suit against Deep Heard.