'You wanna see crazy?' - Johnny Depp filmed by Amber Heard in violent rage
A video has emerged of Johnny Depp in a violent rage in his and his ex-wife Amber Heard’s home.
The incident, seemingly recorded by Heard on her phone, is said to have taken place “months before” May 21, when Depp is accused of throwing an iPhone at her head, leaving her with a black eye.
The video, obtained by TMZ, sees the actor wearing a cowboy hat and sunglasses and going on a rampage in their kitchen.
The video begins with Depp (53) kicking a press and shouting “motherf***r” repeatedly, with Heard (30) asking, “What happened?”
Depp proceeds to slam press doors, nearly pulling them off their hinges while Heard says, “Nothing happened this morning, you know that?”
He asks her, “Were you in here?”, to which she responds “no.”
“Then nothing happened to you this morning,” he says, pacing the kitchen.
“Yeah, you’re right I just woke up and you were so sweet and nice,” she begins.
“We were not even fighting this morning. All I did was say ‘sorry.’”
The Pirates of the Caribbean star can be heard smashing glass and storming through the kitchen, as the actress moves the camera over to keep him in shot.
“You wanna see crazy?” he asks her.
“I’ll give you f***ing crazy,” he says, filling a wine glass to the brim, “This is crazy.”
Heard asks him did he drink the whole bottle in the morning before Depp spots the camera and knocks it over.
“I just started it!” she exclaimed, before a scuffle breaks out and the screen goes black.
Since the video was released on Saturday morning, Depp’s team reportedly told TMZ that the video was “heavily edited” and there are portions where Heard is “smiling and egging him on.”
In a statement to E! News, Heard said she is “not responsible for the release of the video” and it wasn’t planned.
“I underestimated the toll that this difficult few months have taken on me, emotionally and physically, and the efforts made by the media to intimidate and discredit me."
The couple were wed for 15 months before Heard filed for divorce in May, citing irreconcilable differences.
It is not likely that the video could be used in court, as it is edited and Depp appears unaware that he is being videotaped.