Johnny Depp’s ex-wife Amber Heard today donned the same green mask as her sister Whitney wore to court the day before.
The 34-year-old actress was spotted wearing the face covering, which has a strikingly similar pattern to that of her sister’s, and holding a takeaway coffee as she left the High Court in London.
Depp is suing The Sun for libel after it labelled him a ‘wife beater’. He has called the accusation ‘utter falsity’ and ‘fraudulent’ and has claimed Heard abused him throughout their marriage.
It is not evidently clear if the mask is a copy of that worn by her sister yesterday, or whether the face covering has been washed overnight.
Amber Heard pictured left, leaving the Royal Courts of Justice while wearing the green face covering and far right, with her sister Whitney outside the court yesterday
It comes as Hollywood legend Depp was re-examined by his barrister after days of damaging allegations by his ex-wife Heard that he attacked her on 14 separate occasions in his libel action against The Sun.
He accused the 34-year-old actress of challenging him to ‘tell the world’ that he lost his finger in a domestic abuse incident and telling him it was a ‘fair fight.’
David Sherborne, for Depp, read out alleged texts sent by his former spouse after an explosive row in Australia while he filmed Pirates of the Caribbean 3.
The nightmare fight involved Depp, 57, painting ‘I love U’ in blood from his severed finger across the walls of his rented mansion.
Johnny Depp arriving at the Royal Courts of Justice in Strand, London, earlier today. He is taking the publishers of The Sun to court over allegations he was violent towards his ex-wife
He maintains that the injury was inflicted by Ms Heard throwing a bottle at him while she claims that it was sustained when he smashed his own phone against a wall.
Reading from messages allegedly sent by Depp to his ex-wife, Mr Sherborne said: ‘Amber I lost a f***ing finger man.. Come on man I had a can of spirits thrown at my nose.’
‘And then do you see Ms Heard replies. She doesn’t deny it,’ the lawyer added.
‘It was a fair fight… See what the jury and the judge think. Tell the world Johnny… I, Johnny Depp, a man, I too am a victim of domestic violence,’ she allegedly replied.
The hearing continues on Monday before Mr Justice Nicol with evidence from witnesses including Depp’s screenwriter Stephen Deuters.