If Enough is Enough, Then Who Even Knows What The Hell This Is

Get ready for some sad news, friends, no matter whose side you’re taking in the Johnny Depp and Amber Heard debacle: Amber’s friend, the one who went on the Twitter rant the other day about how sick it is that no one believes her, has written this big long essay entitled “Why I Called 911.” She claims that she’s seen and heard of several instances in which Johnny allegedly abused Amber — and she’s sharing the details.

She says that she loved Johnny very much and even called him her “brother,” but that he’s crossed an “unforgivable line” with the alleged abuse. She says that on that Saturday night a few weeks ago, the night that the LAPD were called to Johnny and Amber’s home, she heard him ask her “What if I pulled your hair back?” and then “her scream for help.”

Then she gives a timeline that Amber gave her — she even says that she saw evidence of violence:

The reports of violence started with a kick on a private plane, then it was shoves and the occasional punch, until finally, in December, she described an all-out assault and she woke up with her pillow covered in blood. I know this because I went to their house. I saw the pillow with my own eyes. I saw the busted lip and the clumps of hair on the floor.

Amber apparently told her once that Johnny head-butted her “in a fit of rage,” and another time described a situation in which he was “dragging her up the stairs by the hair, punching her in the back of the head, choking her until she almost passed out, and smashing his forehead into her nose until it almost broke.”

So here’s the thing — if all this is true, then Amber seriously needs to file a police report. “But she doesn’t want to file because she said she didn’t want to hurt him,” you may be thinking. And if that’s the case, then why does she continue to release all these nasty stories and photos? “Because he shouldn’t get away with it!” Then she needs to file a police report. We can go in circles like this all day.

Read More