He blamed Ms Heard for “building a dossier” against him after the court heard she composed an email portraying him as a Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde character.
Mr Depp, 57, is suing the distributer of the Sun paper over an article that alluded to him as a “tank top”.
The Sun has protected the exactness of its story.
It had alluded to “overpowering proof” that Mr Depp assaulted Ms Heard, 34, during their relationship – which he exhaustingly denies.
Mr Depp is suing News Group Newspapers (NGN) and its official editorial manager Dan Wootton over the article, distributed in 2018.
Ms Heard cases that Mr Depp first hit her in mid 2013 – one of 14 separate charges of aggressive behavior at home, all denied by Mr Depp, which are being depended on by NGN with all due respect.
On the second day of the consultation, NGN’s legal advisor Sasha Wass QC started by getting some information about a supposed occurrence in March 2013 including one of his tattoos which peruses “Wino Forever”.
It had initially said “Winona Forever” regarding his relationship with entertainer Winona Ryder, yet he had transformed it when they split in 1993.
Ms Wass said Ms Heard – who was likewise in court – had made a joke out of the tattoo when he was drinking vigorously after around 160 days of restraint.
Mr Depp answered: “I don’t remember any discussion.”
Ms Wass said the entertainer at that point smacked his ex over the face, an aggregate of multiple times. He denied this.
The lawyer at that point put it to Mr Depp that he “separated” in the wake of waking up and acknowledging what he had done, to which he stated: “I didn’t hit Ms Heard.”
The High Court likewise heard subtleties of the email Ms Heard kept in touch with the on-screen character – however never sent – saying he lived “in a universe of empowering agents”.
It, she stated: “It resembles Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. Half of you, I love. Frantically. The other half alarms me.”
She composed that she realized she was “managing the beast” when he had been drinking.
Accordingly, Mr Depp, 57, said the “dossier” was being developed from right off the bat “that has all the earmarks of being a protection strategy for some other time”.
He concurred he would depict the charge he was a sequential household victimizer as a “fabrication”, including the cases were “evidently false”.
Golden Heard was likewise at the High Court in London for the second day of the case
The court caught wind of another supposed episode that month when Ms Heard cases Mr Depp hit her multiple times after a contention about an artwork by her ex-accomplice, Tasya van Ree, which was hanging in her Los Angeles home.
Ms Wass read out piece of Mr Depp’s observer proclamation where he said he had asked Ms Heard to evacuate the artwork “as a politeness” to him.
He said she hadn’t brought it down it however denied charges put to him by Ms Wass.