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Johnny Depp’s bodyguard was asked a pretty revealing question while on the hot seat testifying about his boss in the “Pirates of the Caribbean” star’s defamation trial against his ex-wife Amber Heard on Friday.
Depp’s security agent Malcolm Connolly was prodded to find out if he had any recollection of seeing the actor’s penis during the 2015 incident where Depp allegedly whipped it out to pee in the foyer of the house.
“I think I would remember if I’d seen Mr. Depp’s penis,” Connelly responded, prompting Depp to fold over in laughter as the Fairfax, VA courtroom erupted in giggles.
(Video Credit: Entertainment Tonight)
Few blamed Depp for his outburst claiming that “any sane man” would do the same.
Any sane man would
— MasterOfPuppets™️ (@alphalira18) April 29, 2022
Probably thinking about his bodyguard’s weiner:
“If they only knew…If they only knew…”
— THESOURCESIGNAL (@SOURCESIGNALINT) April 29, 2022
Yes he has to laugh it’s kinda embarrassing
— Hassan (@hassankaraoui50) April 30, 2022
Others found the line of questioning to be quite the low blow.
Now that’s what I would call Amber’s so-called attorneys trying to hit below the belt.
— Sh Mash (@ShMash19) April 28, 2022
I’m a lawyer and I’m embarrassed for AH attorneys. Can they stoop any lower?
— Bobbi Urick (@bobbi_urick) April 29, 2022
The $100 million trial between Depp and Heard stems from a 2018 op-ed published in The Washington Post that allegedly accused Depp of domestic abuse.
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) previously testified that they penned the piece about “gender based violence issues” that was allegedly timed to coincide with the release of “Aquaman,” in which Heard costarred alongside Nicole Kidman.
— Bo Snerdley (@BoSnerdley) April 30, 2022
ACLU communications team members reportedly had their handiwork blessed by legal counsel to ensure that it didn’t violate the couple’s non-disclosure agreement related to their divorce settlement.
“Our lawyers should review this for the way I skirted around your marriage,” Robin Shulman said.
“I want to make sure nothing was said in here that puts you in jeopardy with your NDA,” said Jessica Weitz.
During Friday’s testimony, Connelly testified that Depp was swollen and had scratches on his face after their honeymoon and described that, “He’s walked into a door, or a door’s walked into him.”
On Tuesday, Depp took the witness stand for three hours in an attempt to absolve himself of any wrongdoing.
“I’m not some maniac,” he told the courtroom explaining that he’d told Heard his darkest secrets that she, in turn, was weaponizing them against him.
— Conservative News (@BIZPACReview) April 21, 2022
Depp also sought damages in 2020 related to Heard’s alleged mischaracterizations about their relationship after he took The Sun newspaper to court for libel.
At that time, Heard testified about the same 2015 incident, claiming that Depp “was trying to write my name peeing on the walls and carpet walking through the house.”
Heard called the incident “the worst thing I have ever been through.”
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