Camille Vazquez says Johnny Depp was too high to attack Amber Heard
Part 1 of “Johnny vs. Amber: The US Trial” premiered on Tuesday, revealing numerous previously unknown details concerning the trial’s production. A major inconsistency occurs when Johnny Depp’s attorney, Camille Vazquez, defends his claimed physical abuse of Amber Heard. She said she did not understand why Amber Heard thought Johnny Depp was always high and drunk.
Vazquez seemed unable to comprehend the inner workings of alcoholics and addicts. I will just quote what shi had to say: “That’s one part of the case I’ve never understood. He’s either drunk and high and incapable of even standing up, or he’s drunk and high and able to attack her, chase her, land blows? It just doesn’t make sense.”
The medical literature in the USA shows that alcoholic men are more likely to exhibit aggressive tendencies, especially among the 50% who abuse alcohol regularly. It was thus a total toss of the coin whether or not Johnny Depp would physically abuse Amber Heard during any of the blackout sequences. Amber Heard’s assistant sent texts to the actress complaining about Depp’s drunken conduct, and these texts were included in the unsealed records that Depp’s supporters paid to have made public.
Take a look at what she put down on paper: “If someone was truly honest with him about how bad it really was, he would be appalled. I’m sad he does not have a better way to really know the severity of his actions yesterday. Unfortunately for me, I remember them in full, in full detail, everything that happened. He was appalled, when I told him he kicked you, he cried.”
Johnny Depp, who was vindicated in his court case against Amber Heard, is the apparent target of this documentary’s attacks. It is unusual for only one partner to have been abusive during a high-profile celebrity breakup. For the rest of their lives, they will both be haunted by the decisions they subsequently come to regret.