SHOCKING new photos show the trail of destruction in Johnny Depp's penthouse after a blazing row with Amber Heard.

The pictures were taken by Heard's pal after Depp allegedly chucked a telephone at her head in a "final act of violence" before they split.


Shattered glass can be seen on the floor where the actor is said to have swung a magnum of wine around the LA penthouse.

A bottle of red wine has been dumped on the floor in another room with the crimson liquid seeping across the wooden flooring.

Splattered red wine can also be seen staining a striped carpet in what appears to be a hallway.

In other photos shown to the High Court today, framed pictures of Heard with what looks her pals have been smashed.




Other frames appear to have been dumped in a pile on the bed with shards of glass seen on the corner of the red duvet.

Joshua Drew, the ex-husband of Amber Heard's friend Raquel "Rocky" Pennington, described the carnage in court today.

He said: "“In the hallway there was a pretty large puddle of red wine.

“There a dent in the door of the penthouse that resembled the bottom of a wine bottle.


“Parts of the kitchen were strewn about, bits of glass on the kitchen island and on the floor.

“There were items on the floor which had been thrown about, including an empty wine bottle.

“There were one or two broken picture frames and glass on the floor.

“Piles of books and other things had been shoved over or pushed around.”



Heard has accused Depp, 57, of hurling a mobile phone at her face in a drink- and drug-fuelled rage.

Depp is alleged to have turned up at the apartment he shared with Heard on May 21, 2016, before launching into a verbal tirade against her.

He allegedly threw a mobile phone at her face, causing red marks and bruises to her cheek, and smashed up the penthouse with a magnum bottle of wine.

Mr Drew also said he clashed with Depp's then security guard, Jerry Judge, over his reaction to the alleged bust-up.

He added: "He took a few steps to walk away and then turned and asked me 'Is she okay?'

"I said something like, 'Are you f***ing kidding me? He beat the s**t out of her again and you guys stood by and watched it'.

"He started to demur and then said something along the lines of it's not his business, they are husband and wife, he barely touched her.

"I said something to him like, 'get the f**k out of here, be real proud of yourself; get the f**k out'."

Mr Drew also said a police officer told him he could "pick" Depp up due to the fact Heard's face was "red" and there was damage done to the penthouse.

Recalling the alleged attack as she gave evidence at the High Court yesterday, Heard said: "Johnny threw a phone right at my face, standing about 6ft away from me.

“I remember him pulling his arm back and he seemed to throw it the way I’ve seen baseball players in movies throw a baseball.

“I thought it popped my eye out when it hit.

“He also hit me and pulled my hair and grabbed my face. That was just one of many, many incidents.

“He did a significant amount of damage to the apartment, and to my face.”



The court was previously told how Depp was "angry and spoiling for a fight" when he showed up at the apartment.

Lawyer Sasha Wass QC put to Depp: "You immediately launched into accusations that Ms Heard had defecated in the bed. You were ranting and raving.

“You grabbed her phone, wound your arm around like a bowler and threw the phone hard at Ms Heard’s face. It made contact with the right side of her face.”


Depp said the incident did not happen, and called Heard's claims “a carefully choreographed hoax”.

He is suing The Sun for referring to him as a "wife-beater" in a 2018 article. The Sun, supported by Ms Heard, says the term was justified.

Heard has accused him of 14 violent attacks over three years.

But he has accused her of "building a dossier" of false allegations as an "insurance policy".

He has brought separate libel proceedings against Heard in the US.

The couple married in LA in 2015 after meeting on the set of comedy The Rum Diary.

But they divorced two years later after Heard, who donated her £5.5million settlement to charity, accused Depp of abuse.

The case continues.

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