Amber Heard Shares Never-Before-Seen Texts Alleging Abuse Against Depp

Amber Heard has revealed a never-before-seen text message in which she claims Johnny Depp "did a number" on her.
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The newly-unveiled message dates from 2015 when the two actors were married. It's just one part of a large body of "evidence" Heard has turned over to NBC's Dateline after losing a multi-million dollar defamation trial against her ex-husband earlier this month.

In the Dateline special (which aired last night, June 17) Heard gave her first sit-down interview since the explosive court case came to a close.

She told NBC News' Savannah Guthrie that she had extensive "evidence" to release that would prove her allegations that Depp had been physically abusive to her during their tumultuous relationship.
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Among the materials were text messages allegedly sent by the Aquaman actor to her father and therapist, which she revealed for the first time.

In one text - dated 16 December 2015 - Heard claims to have text her therapist saying: "Johnny did a number on me tonight. I’m safe and with my support tonight but I need some real help."

"Can I come tomorrow. I called earlier because I thought I had a concussion and didn’t know if I should have called police. But I have a nurse close to me," the message concludes.

Another message - allegedly sent from Heard to her father in 2014 - describes a violent altercation on an airplane.

"I keep not fighting back. He literally kicked me and called me a [redacted] in front of everyone on the plane. It’s humiliating," the text reads.

Alongside the texts, Heard also unveiled notes that she claims to be from her therapy sessions. "There's a binder worth of years of notes dating back to 2011 from the very beginning of my relationship that were taken by my doctor who I was reporting the abuse to," she told Guthrie.

The therapist's notes contain descriptions of how Depp allegedly beat his then-wife, including an explicit reference to a time he "hit her, threw her on the floor."

Judge Penney Azcarate - who oversaw Depp and Heard's court case last month - dismissed the binder of therapy notes as "hearsay" and barred Heard's lawyers from submitting it as evidence.

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