'He's nuts mom': Amber Heard shared fears about Johnny Depp in 2013

Amber Heard arrives at court

Amber Heard arrives at court

"He's a remarkable man when he's like that and I loved him".

"I regret I did that", said Heard, who also claimed that Depp would often credit her for saving him by trying to get him clean and sober. "I don't know what to do".

Ms Laws then suggested that if Ms Henriquez had known of Mr Depp being violent towards her sister, she would not have lived in the penthouse next door to him, to which she replied: "It was happening and I chose to live there".

Heard said the "information" was "fresh" in her mind at the time of the alleged incident and that she reacted "in a flash" to protect her sister.

But giving evidence she rejected the claims, in particular dismissing suggestions Musk visited her regularly at night from March 2015, not long after the couple Wednesday.

The newspaper group's defence depends on 14 allegations of violence made by Heard against Depp that occurred between 2013 and 2016.

Depp, 57, denies abusing Heard and claims she was the aggressor during their tempestuous relationship.

Asked by Sasha Wass, QC, representing News Group, whether she had been telling the truth, Heard said she had not told her about all the attacks.

Earlier, Heard was asked why she now said that Depp had grabbed her, shaken her and shoved her against a wall during the March 2013 incident, when at the time she had texted her mother that he had not hit her and that she was "ok physically".

The actress was asked about an alleged incident of domestic violence in Los Angeles in December 2015, which she described in a witness statement as "one of the worst and most violent nights of our relationship".

Heard claimed on Monday that Depp threatened to kill her on a number of occasions, and subjected her to verbal and physical violence while under the influence of drink and drugs.

Amber Heard's texts to her mother about her then-boyfriend Johnny Depp were read to London's High Court on Thursday as she gave evidence on behalf of the publishers of a British tabloid newspaper, The Sun, who are being sued for defamation by Depp over a 2018 article that labelled him a "wife beater".

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Heard stated:"I just threw matters to escape Johnny if he had been beating me up".

She texted her mother Paige in March 2013 saying: "He's nuts" adding, "I am heartbroken that this is who I love". "Those scars on my arm were from that evening, I have never self-harmed", Heard said.

However during this period she also sent a text saying, "It's OK mum he's not being violent with me". The pair married in Los Angeles in February 2015.

Ms Heard said it was the "first time I had been hit like that since I was a child", adding: "It didn't feel painful necessarily, it just felt like a pop".

She said she had taken a bottle from Depp from which he was drinking and smashed it on the floor, prompting a furious response from him.

The court heard that Heard had texted her mother pleading for help.

She told the High Court that Depp threw around 30 bottles, at least some of them full, at her with enough force that a window behind her was smashed.

In written testimony released to the court, Heard said that at various times during their relationship she endured "punching, slapping, kicking, head-butting and choking".

Heard's sister Whitney is due to give evidence later on Thursday.

It is the 12th day of the libel action by her ex-husband.

Ms Laws put it to Ms Heard that the injury was caused by her "throwing a bottle in his direction, smashing it down and severing the tip of his finger with glass", to which Ms Heard replied: "No".

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