A shocking new video, which has been obtained by TMZ, has emerged apparently showing Johnny Depp engaged in a heated fight months before Amber Heard filed for a temporary domestic violence restraining order against him.
The film shows a man, reportedly Johnny Depp, smashing a wine glass and a bottle in the kitchen mid argument.
A shocked woman, purportedly Amber Heard, is heard asking Johnny if he drank a bottle of wine, while trying to calm the enraged man as she filmed the incident.
“Nothing happened this morning, you know that?” the actress appears to tell him.
“I just woke up and you were so sweet and nice – we were not even fighting this morning. All I said was sorry.”
But the 53-year-old actor appears to lose control, throwing the wine bottle and glass.
"You want to see crazy? I'll give you crazy," the man says, before slamming cabinets around the kitchen.
“Here’s Me – all your crazy.”
Just a few seconds later, Johnny reportedly sees the 30-year-old model filming the incident and grabs for her phone.
“Oh, you got this going? Oh really?” he said.
Some sources allege that the video is heavily edited and totally out of context.
Insiders have told TMZ, who leaked the video, that there are portions missing that show Amber smiling and egging the actor on.
The video is likely not admissible in court, as Johnny was not aware he was being filmed. His former flame has denied she had anything to do with the release through her representative.
“I am not responsible for the release of the video,” she said.
“It was not what I wanted and I am doing what I can to force the media to take it off the internet."
She continues: "I underestimated the toll that this difficult few months have taken on me, emotionally and physically, and the efforts made by the media to intimidate and discredit me.
“It is for that reason, and my desire to make the healthiest choice for myself, and hopefully for Johnny, that I am attempting to resolve this matter in the most private way possible."
Watch the toll the divorce has taken on the pair so far in the video below.
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