Amber Heard’s defense shows drug photos and a ‘passed out’ Johnny Depp

gAlthough we still live in a judgmental society, trials like the Johnny Depp vs. Amber Heard tend to be inundated with evidence of substance abuse in order to incriminate any of the parties involved. In this case, Amber Heard attempted to keep a flawless personality against the ever-bohemian Johnny Depp.

During the trial, the actor repeatedly spoke about his substance abuse issues and he denies using them for partying. In her head, Johnny Depp consumes different types of substances to escape the reality in which he lives. Almost everyone who suffers from addiction has the same problem and suffers from many different mental health problems.

But trials like this expose all addicts as inferior members of society, just like by Amber Heard the defense tried to do during Thursday’s trial. In different exhibits of the defendant’s team of advisers, they showed a total of three images that attempt to incriminate Johnny Depp. Perhaps the most graphic is a picture of Johnny completely asleep sitting on a couch with a tall glass of ice cream spilling all over him.

As soon as Johnny saw him and the defense said he was “passed out”, he joked, “I wasn’t at the ice cream fest. It was a wonderful picture for her to take, she took it. to put it. I was sleeping,” said Johnny after admitting he had just gotten off a 17-hour workday and had taken prescription opioids to help him sleep better.

The photos staged by Amber Heard of Depp’s substances?

The other two pictures by Amber Heard featured team are those of a giant marijuana stash which is pretty self explanatory. They showed texts from 2012 where he admits he likes to smoke pot, he also admitted the photo was taken in his recording studio.

But by far the most interesting image is of a table with four lines of what appears to be coacine, a glass full of whisky, a Depp brand pill box, a packet of cigerrettes, a driver’s license and a Keith Richards CD. Johnny admitted that this photo from 2013 was missed when he “fell off the wagon”.

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