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NCFM, Johnny Depp appears to be innocent of Amber Heard’s accusations of abuse

February 12, 2020
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Audiotape reveals actor Johnny Depp’s ex-wife Amber Heard committed domestic violence against Depp, not the other way around.

February 9, 2020

by NCFM

In the sometimes bizarro world of Hollywood and it’s never ending stream of colorful characters, some very interesting news slithered out.

Actor Johnny Depp made world news in 2016 when his wife, actress Amber Heard filed for divorce alleging verbal and physical abuse. She went so far as to get a restraining order against him.

As in many Hollywood divorce cases, it got ugly fast with various allegations of abuse, drug and alcohol abuse along with the small army of lawyers and the filing of various legal actions.

The New York Daily News, The Hollywood Reporter, and others recently published articles regarding the release of an audio tape that shows Amber Heard, not Johnny Depp initiated their domestic violence. Heard was the perp, then she lied about it, falsely accused Depp…

While NCFM has not heard or been provided with a copy of this audio recording, we have been contacted by an individual close to the inner circle of this on-going Hollywood drama. This ‘insider’ stated that he/she wants Heard’s domestic violence, lies and destructive false allegations to be fully exposed.

Throughout this ordeal, Depp has maintained his innocence and has been steadfast that it was Heard who was the abuser in the marriage. According to USA Today, a snippet of this recording reveal;

Heard: “I did start a physical fight,”

Depp: “Yeah you did… so I had to get the f–k out of there,”

She also calls him a “baby” for saying he was punched, when she was just slapping him.
“Babe, you’re not punched,” Heard tells Depp. “I don’t know what the motion of my actual hand was, but you’re fine. I did not hurt you I did not punch you. I was hitting you.”

“I can’t promise you I won’t get physical again,” she says on the tape, according to USA Today. “God, I (expletive) sometimes get so mad I lose it. I can (expletive) promise you I can do everything to change.”

Depp’s lawyer Adam Waldman said. “It exposes that Ms. Heard perpetrated serial violence against Mr. Depp, and then concocted an elaborate abuse hoax to cover it up. Ms. Heard gives a motive for her violence: Mr. Depp was always trying to ‘split’ to escape her abuse.”

Here is a link to a YouTube video of a variety of audio recordings between Depp and Heard displaying Heard’s abusive behavior. If you have the time to listen and view this entire video, along with the commentary, it is well worth the time.

The usual cast of characters in the #MeToo movement went apoplectic in support of Heard. The release of this audio debunks the ‘Start by Believing’ mantra, meaning the mere allegation of domestic violence, sexual assault, or any sort of harassment by any and all woman must be believed regarding blatant evidence to the contrary. Like in this case, in which recordings, videos, or other evidence reveal the truth, then those histrionic naysaying misandrists remain silent.

Contrary to popular belief, some, if not many, women do anything and everything despicable to frame their husbands or significant others as revealed in this hidden security camera video where a woman repeatedly slugs herself in the face in order to frame her husband for domestic violence.

Or this one.

‘Florida millionaire, Scott Mitchell releases surveillance video of his ex-fiancée, Mary Hunt, ‘beating herself up’ after she claimed he attacked her.’

Florida millionaire, Scott Mitchell releases surveillance video of his ex-fiancee, Mary Hunt, ‘beating herself up’ after she claimed he attacked her

The reality is that interpersonal domestic violence scenarios are committed equally among the genders, although intimate partner violence is most prevalent in same sex female relationships. Rather than relying on a the completely ridiculous and ideologically driven ‘Start by Believing’ mantra, that a woman must be believed simply because she doesn’t have a penis, how about letting truth trump lies and seriously punishing those who maliciously destroy innocent lives with their evil, premedicated histrionics and malicious allegations.

That said, absent valid reasons to suspect otherwise, all allegations of any type should be treated seriously regardless of gender, which in no way means those accused are automatically guilty. Moreover, people like Amber Heard must be criminally charged for her false allegations, her domestic violence against Johnny Depp and she must make him financially whole for the damage she did to his career, including reimbursing him for any and all expenses associated with her destructive and illegal behaviors.

The insider who reached out to NCFM states that there are many more damning recordings that will be released, including additional facts and evidence that exposes additional Hollywood entities and institutions.

We shall see how this develops and what types of legal actions will follow.

References/Links

https://www.nydailynews.com/snyde/ny-johnny-depp-amber-heard-serial-violence-audio-recording-20200203-yzfzvooqybajfjqrdy4ir6tb24-story.html

https://celebrityinsider.org/johnny-depp-stands-by-allegations-of-abuse-as-audio-recordings-of-amber-heard-admitting-to-hitting-him-hit-the-media-365825/

https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/johnny-depps-legal-team-prepares-court-hearing-amber-heard-abuse-claims-1149731

https://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/johnny-depp-attorneys-subpoena-james-franco-after-allegedly-seen-with-amber-heard-elevator-surveillance-video-report

https://www.eonline.com/news/1054027/why-james-franco-is-now-involved-in-the-legal-drama-between-johnny-depp-and-amber-heard

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NCFM, Johnny Depp appears to be innocent of Amber Heard’s accusations of abuse

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One Response to NCFM, Johnny Depp appears to be innocent of Amber Heard’s accusations of abuse

  1. Kristy on February 15, 2020 at 9:12 AM

    Thank you for covering this in a respectful manner and giving it the attention it deserves. I hope what happened with Mr. Depp will serve to open public conversation and civil debate regarding domestic violence and how it affects everyone regardless of gender. If someone, man or woman, claims they have been hurt by another person, their words should be taken seriously. It should be a starting point for further investigation. It should never be used to get together a posse. I would love to live in a world where both men and women are cared for and valued. I do not see the Me Too movement being capable of ushering us into that kind of a future, precisely because it has devolved into public witch hunts for sport and a refusal by those in charge to hold themselves or other women accountable to the truth. Instead, it seems to be being utilized as a weapon to elevate women by trampling on the rights of men and creating even more division between the sexes. I’m a woman and I would like to see this end. There is no equality between the sexes, when only one sex is required to be responsible for their words and actions. I read somewhere within the last couple of days that 2020 is going to be the year when the public requires women to be responsible. May it be so.

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