Johnny Depp’s account of severing finger is inconsistent says surgeon

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A surgeon who has testified in the defamation trial of Johnny Depp and Amber Heard says Depp’s claim that he lost the tip of his finger during a domestic fight with Heard could not have happened in the way Depp recounted.

Speaking at the court in Fairfax county, Virginia, Richard Moore, said Depp’s description was unlikely, in large part because his fingernail remained intact. Moore, who did not treat Depp, said the fingernail was exposed – as Depp described the palm-down placement of his hand – and would have been damaged

Surgeon casts doubt on Johnny Depp’s account of how he severed finger

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