Amber Heard Called Poop In Bed 'Horrible Practical Joke Gone Wrong', Security Guard Testifies



One of Johnny Depp's security guards has testified that Amber Heard referred to the alleged "human fecal matter" in bed incident as "a horrible practical joke."

This comes after day two of Depp's explosive testimony at his $50 million defamation trial against Heard, in which the actor recalled the moment he saw a picture of "human fecal matter" on his bed.

Depp, 58, is suing Heard, 35, for defamation after she wrote an op-ed for The Washington Post back in 2018, in which she claimed to have survived domestic abuse. He says the piece was an obvious reference to their own relationship. The actor denies ever physically or sexually assaulting his ex-wife.

On Thursday, Starling Jenkins, a member of Depp's security team, spoke about the alleged fecal incident.


Check out the moment Jenkins recounted the alleged incident to the court:


Jenkins told the court that he'd accompanied Heard on her trip to Coachella. Before he left for the music festival with Heard, her sister, and a friend of hers, Jenkins went to get her luggage and two dogs.

He later had "a conversation pertaining to the surprise she left in the boss's bed," Jenkins said on Thursday - the surprise being the "the defecation."

The security guard went on to testify that Heard had described the incident as "a horrible practical joke gone wrong."

Last week, during the Pirates of the Caribbean's second day at the stand, he recalled seeing a picture of defecation on the bed he shared with Heard following a row they'd had.

He'd arrived later than planned to his then wife's 30th birthday party at their penthouse, which Heard purportedly did not take well.

Following the argument, Depp said he'd hoped to retrieve his belongings from their shared home while the Aquaman star was at Coachella, but he was advised against it by his security guard, Sean Bett.


Per Entertainment Weekly, he told the court on Wednesday: "I had received some news. I was shown a picture of what the problem was. I had gone to Mr. Bett and said, 'She's at Coachella. I think it's a good time to go downtown so that I can get some of my things and get them out of there,' especially things that were precious to me.

"And he said, 'I don't think now's a good time to go.' And I thought, 'It's the perfect time. She's not going to be home for two days.' Then he showed me a photograph on his telephone of... it was a photograph of our bed, and on my side of the bed, was human fecal matter."


He continued: "I understood why it wasn't a good time to go down there. My initial response to that was, I mean... I laughed. It was so outside. It was so bizarre and so grotesque that I could only laugh. So I did not go down there that day."

Depp said he later touched on the topic of divorce with Heard, telling her he wouldn't cite irreconcilable differences or mention the violence in their relationship - only that "we simply don't want to feel we have a collar around each other's necks" and "want to end this with love and take the idea of ownership of one another out of the picture."

"I figure she understood as well as I did there was no way back," Depp continued. "I also felt she would understand it was the best thing for the both of us."

Heard then apparently raised the topic of the fecal matter and "tried to blame it on the dogs," Depp said.

He told the jury: "They're teacup Yorkies. They weigh about 4 pounds each. The photograph that I saw — I lived with those dogs for many years. It was not the dogs... I didn't feel like I deserved that kind of treatment."




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