Amber Heard’s former nurse Erin Falatai was the day’s last witness.
She told the jury about text messages with photos of Heard’s red and bruised face that she received from the actress.
When asked what she made of the photos, Falatai replied, “I’m not an expert… I mean there’s color on her face in different areas, I don’t know what’s what.”
Falantai, who testified via a pre-recorded deposition, also spoke about a time where Heard’s sister Whitney said the actress was suicidal.
When asked if Heard ever expressed fear of Depp, Falantai said she couldn’t remember.
Among the many shocking displays of evidence in the defamation trial between Johnny Depp and his ex-wife Amber Heard is a video that the actress clandestinely recorded at the “Pirates of the Caribbean” star’s West Hollywood home.
In it, Depp, now 58, is seen kicking, banging and slamming kitchen cabinets, and yelling “motherf–ker” in the gothic kitchen of the house — a replica of a Bavarian castle in West Hollywood that looks more like the set of a horror movie, replete with turrets, towers and battlements.
For Hollywood movie fans hoping to gawk at the quirky castle on Sweetzer Avenue, near the storied Sunset Strip, it’s virtually invisible to view — hidden on a cul-de-sac, behind lush foliage and trees planted for privacy. All that can be seen from street level is the front gate.