LIVE: Johnny Depp Amber Heard trial Day 22 (Part 2): Johnny Depp back on the stand

Daily Mail published this video item, entitled “LIVE: Johnny Depp Amber Heard trial Day 22 (Part 2): Johnny Depp back on the stand” – below is their description.

LIVE: Johnny Depp’s $100million defamation trial against ex-wife Amber Heard continues today in Fairfax, Virginia. So far today, Johnny Depp took to the stand once again, right after Kate Moss testified and Dr Shannon Curry returned as a rebuttal witness. Johnny Depp testified about MDMA pills, Kate Moss and Amber Heard’s sister Whitney. Just before lunch TMZ filed emergency motion to intervene.

WARNING: May contain swearing, descriptions of drug taking, self-harm and domestic violence. This feed is provided to Daily Mail by Reuters. Daily Mail has no control over its content and quality.

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