After breaking her silence, Kate Moss tells the truth about the Johnny Depp case
As part of Johnny Depp's libel trial against Amber Heard, which he later won, Kate Moss testified in defense of her ex-partner Johnny Depp. It's been a long time since Kate Moss spoke publicly about her role in Johnny Depp's libel trial against Amber Heard, but she's now saying that she had to tell the truth. Heard, 36, mentioned a rumor that Kate was once pushed down the stairs by Depp during their relationship in Kate's multimillion-dollar US lawsuit against her ex.
In a defamation lawsuit filed against Heard last month, Depp won after a jury found her Washington Post article to be defamatory. Lauren Laverne asked Moss about her defense of Depp during her appearance on BBC Radio 4's Desert Island Discs. The host asked Kate what she knew about Johnny. She replied: "I know the truth." The truth is that he never kicked me down the stairs.
"I needed to say that truth," she said. The Hollywood actor and Kate were in a relationship from 1994 to 1998 when Kate rose to fame as one of the world's top models. Despite Depp's lawsuit against Heard, which was issued for 50 million US dollars, she supported her ex-partner. That has to change.”A video link was used to connect Moss to the Virginia courtroom during the trial in May.
According to Moss, Depp did not "push, kick or throw me" downstairs during their time together. Depp intervened on her behalf after she made the allegation about the GoldenEye resort incident in Jamaica, Moss said from Gloucestershire.“The rainstorm had started when we were leaving the room, and Johnny left before I did,” she explained. Moss testified that Depp did not "push, kick, or throw me" down any stairs during their time together.
Depp intervened on her behalf after she made the allegation about the GoldenEye resort incident in Jamaica, Moss said from Gloucestershire.“The rainstorm had started when we were leaving the room, and Johnny left before I did,” she explained. According to her, she believes in fairness and justice.“John Galliano does not appear to be a bad person. He had an alcohol problem and many people turned to him for help.Those who drink don't seem like themselves and say things that sober people wouldn't say."At 11:15 am on July 24, BBC Radio 4 and BBC Sounds present Desert Island Discs.