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Martin Adam Pavlík
April 27, 2022, 7:14pm
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Another Important Testimony In The Depp vs. Heard lawsuit. Police Officers from LAPD Negate Allegations Of Domestic Violence.

On Tuesday and Wednesday, the court heard testimonies of Melissa Saenz and Tyler Hadden from LAPD.

Martin Adam Pavlík
April 27, 2022, 7:14pm
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Another Important Testimony In The Depp vs. Heard lawsuit. Police Officers from LAPD  Negate Allegations Of Domestic Violence.
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During the widely followed lawsuit between the actor Johnny Depp and his ex-wife Amber Heard, whom he is suing for libel in the United States, more witness testimonies were heard. As reported by The Independent, the jury heard testimonies of LAPD officers. 

Amber Heard has called the police in the evening hours on the 26th of May 2016 and claimed to have been a victim of domestic violence. LAPD Officers Melissa Saenz and Tyler Hadden claim that they have not seen any evidence of a crime and that they did not find any signs of physical violence upon arrival. 

 


Saenz found the actress crying in the Eastern Columbia building in Los Angeles. According to her testimony Amber Heard's face was red, but due to emotions, not as a result of any injuries. 


„We checked the premises. The husband was not present and the victim has informed us that they have just had a fight and that she will not provide any further information. Since we did not identify any criminal act, we gave her a name-card," said Saenz.


A pre-recorded testimony of LAPD officer Tyler Hadden was heard in court on Wednesday morning. He claimed that Amber Heard did not have any visible signs of injury and he did not see signs of a physical fight either. 

These testimonies tilt the scales to the side of the famous actor, who is trying to clear his name and prove that his ex-wife provided false evidence of domestic violence to British courts. 

 

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