Alleged texts between Heard and Depp’s assistant Stephen Deuters from 2014, obtained Wednesday by Entertainment Tonight, may show a history of violence from the actor. And then every 3 or so month [sic], I'm in the exact same position." Heard appeared bruised when she stepped out on May 27 to file a temporary restraining order against Depp, claiming he threw his i Phone at her on May 21.
The texts appear to be a conversation between the two in which Depp’s assistant acknowledges that Depp kicked Heard. He's incredibly apologetic and knows that he has done wrong," an alleged text message from Deuters to Heard reads. But LA criminal defense lawyer Sara Azari, who has handled domestic violence cases and lives in the same building as the actors, told FOX411 she saw Heard in their lobby on May 23, the day she filed for divorce, as did building personnel, and noticed nothing unusual about her appearance.
“It’s disheartening that Amber’s integrity and story are being questioned yet again,” she said.
Deuters allegedly also wrote, "Obviously he has no idea what he did or the extent that he did it. He is so very sorry, as he should be." Heard allegedly replied, "He's done this many times before. “I didn't see her face to face, and can’t say for sure what was or wasn’t on her face; however, she has had lengthy face-to-face contact with building personnel, who have confirmed that on at least two separate occasions following the alleged incident and before Friday’s [temporary restraining order] hearing.
If someone was truly honest with him about how bad it really was, he'd be appalled." Another alleged text reads, "When I told him he kicked you, he cried. She had no make-up and no bruises on her face,” Azari told FOX411.
Back in September, several media outlets reported that Amber Heard was essentially homeless following her disastrous split from Johnny Depp.
That's probably an exaggeration, but it seems that Heard's financial situation was indeed pretty dire in the wake of her divorce.