Forensic Psychologist at Depp v. Heard Trial Testifies Amber Heard Has “Personality Disorders”

Forensic Psychologist at Depp v. Heard Trial Testifies Amber Heard Has

Johnny Depp TRIAL  – Medical Issue Reported

( – The jury at Amber Heard’s defamation trial has been told the actress has two serious personality disorders — but not the stress disorder from which she claims to suffer. A witness for ex-husband Johnny Depp says Heard’s mental health issues tie in with Depp’s version of their chaotic marriage breakdown.

Forensic psychologist Shannon Curry gave testimony at the Depp v Heard trial on April 26, and her evidence is potentially explosive. Curry says Heard is suffering from both Borderline Personality Disorder and Histrionic Personality Disorder, two related mental illnesses that can both cause extreme, attention-seeking behavior — just like Depp alleges Heard subjected him to during their relationship.

According to Depp, Heard refused to give him space during their relationship, became abusive when things didn’t go her way, and fabricated abuse accusations against him when she realized he wanted a divorce. Curry testified that Borderline Personality Disorder is characterized by a fear of abandonment, and sufferers often use allegations of abuse in an attempt to make a partner stay — exactly what Depp alleges Heard did.

Curry, who administered two psychometric tests on Heard during 12 hours of consultations, also dismissed the actress’s claim she suffers Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) because of abuse by Depp. Curry stated flatly that Heard “did not have” PTSD.

Depp is suing Heard for $50 million. If the jury accepts Curry’s testimony, and he wins the case, it could go a long way in restoring the damage to his reputation caused by Heard’s claims.

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