Amber Read Was ‘Filling Space’ With Elon Musk After Johnny Depp Break up


Amber Listened to, Elon Musk and Johnny Depp.
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When testifying about Amber Heard and Johnny Depp‘s relationship, Christian Carino recalled his previous client confiding in him about her ex-partner amid her break up from Elon Musk.

Carino, 53, who earlier represented Depp, 58, and Listened to, 36, claimed that the actress instructed him she was “just filling space” by dating Musk, 50. All through the pre-recorded deposition that was played on Wednesday, April 27, the expertise agent claimed he questioned why Read was upset by her separation with the Tesla CEO if she was not “in adore with him” soon after Depp’s lawyers read their text exchanges.

“I despise that still all over again a gentleman lets me fall on the spikes by myself,” a text from the Aquaman actress to Carino read. “Meaning, they are mad at me for leaving them and put points like this out there.”

In reaction, the CAA agent wrote, “You could avoid all this if you stopped courting über-renowned men and women. You can be with a significant guy who isn’t famed.” There had been also messages from 2017, in which Heard requested for letters to be shipped to Depp.

“I really do not know how or exactly where to start off. There is no way to start,” she texted Carino, who also claimed that he was instructed by Read that she missed her ex-husband. “Finally I am solitary, clear in my coronary heart and intellect. I just want him to know I like him and that I am sorry.”

Listened to and Depp ended up very first linked in 2011 after assembly on the established of The Rum Diary. Just after a few decades of dating, the duo tied the knot with two marriage ceremonies. The activist submitted for divorce 1 yr later and obtained a short-term restraining purchase against Depp after accusing him of domestic violence. Depp, for his aspect, has denied the statements.

Amid her divorce from Depp, Heard sparked romance speculation with Musk. Just after a person 12 months of relationship, the pair called it quits in August 2017. At the time, the businessman opened up about his emotions for Heard.

“I was seriously in adore, and it damage terrible. Very well, she broke up with me extra than I broke up with her,” the South Africa native explained to Rolling Stone in November 2017, noting that he was in “severe psychological pain” given that the break up. “I’m wanting for a extended-term connection. I’m not hunting for a 1-night time stand. I’m wanting for a really serious companion or soulmate, that sort of detail. I will by no means be pleased without having getting another person.”

After 5 months apart, Listened to and Musk briefly rekindled their romance prior to calling it quits for very good. “Amber wants her independence and prefers being pals instead than romantically linked,” a supply exclusively explained to Us Weekly in February 2018, with yet another insider including, “Elon determined it was time to close things, and Amber agreed. They both equally treatment for one particular a different, but the timing just is not ideal.”

The Pineapple Convey star later on reflected on her link with Musk, telling The Hollywood Reporter in December 2018, “Elon and I had a beautiful marriage, and we have a beautiful friendship now, one particular that was based on our core values. Intellectual curiosity, tips and dialogue, a shared really like for science. We just bonded on a good deal of things that converse to who I am on the within. I have so significantly respect for him.”

Adhering to their 2016 divorce, Heard and Depp ongoing to be associated in lengthy courtroom battles. The Oscar nominee sued his ex-spouse for defamation after the Texas indigenous penned a 2018 op-ed about her previous record with abuse for The Washington Article.

Depp argued that the post impacted his occupation in Hollywood — even although it did not point out him by title. The Pirates of the Caribbean star also formerly submitted a libel lawsuit in opposition to the U.K. newspaper The Sunshine for referring to him as a “wife beater” in a 2018 report. Two a long time later on, the Higher Court docket of Justice ruled that The Sun‘s short article was not libelous due to the fact Heard’s allegations had been “substantially legitimate.”

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