Amber Heard’s Ex Elon Musk’s Response to Johnny Depp Trial, Absuse Claims – Jahanagahi

Amber Heard’s Ex Elon Musk’s Response to Johnny Depp Trial, Absuse Claims

Since his ex-girlfriend’s defamation trial, many have wondered what Elon Musk’s reaction to ex Amber Heard and Johnny Depp’s abuse case has been and whether he could testify at their trial.

Heard and Musk started dating in July 2016 after they were first seen together at the Delano South Beach in Miami, Florida. The two starred together in the 2013 movie, Machete Killsin which Heard played “Miss San Antonio” Bianca Vasquez and Musk made a cameo as himself. “Elon is attracted to her edginess. She isn’t frightened about being different,” a source told People in 2016. She doesn’t get easily intimidated. She is very focused and loves to learn.” The two split for the first time in August 2017 after less than a year of dating due to their busy schedules. “They had fun for a few months, but are both very busy with work now. It was getting hard to find time to see each other,” an insider told People at the time. adding that Musk initiated the split. “Elon’s is working day and night. This is his life and he loves it. He is in no position to be in a relationship right now and he ended it.

The two confirmed the breakup with their own statement. “All relationships have their ups and downs, of course. People occasionally send out speculation, which has no basis in fact, without our knowledge, believing that they have our best interests in mind,” Heard and Musk said at the time. “Sometimes, other agendas are at work. It can get a little weird… However, we would like to state directly that we have the utmost respect for one another, and it would be troubling if anyone had the impression that we thought otherwise.” Musk also addressed the split on his Twitter account, confirming there was still “love” between him and Heard. “Btw, just to clear up some of the press storms this weekend, although Amber and I did break up, we are still friends, remain close and love one another,” he tweeted at the time. “Long-distance relationships when both partners have intense work obligations are always difficult, but who knows what the future holds.”

Musk credited Heard for the breakup in an interview with Rolling Stone at the time. “I just broke up with my girlfriend. I was really in love, and it hurt bad… Well, she broke up with me more than I broke up with her, I think,” he said. Heard and Musk reunited five months later before ending their relationship a second time in February 2018 due to Heard wanting “independence.” “Amber wants her independence from her and she prefers being friends rather than romantically linked,” a source told Us Weekly at the time. Another insider added, “Elon decided it was time to end things, and Amber agreed. They both care for one another, but the timing just isn’t right.”

Heard and Musk’s relationship came after her divorce from Johnny Depp in 2016 after 15 months of marriage. After she filed for divorce, Heard obtained a temporary restraining order against Depp, claiming that he abused her while under the influence of drugs and alcohol. Depp denied the accusations, and a $7 million settlement was reached out of court in August 2016. Heard pledged to donate the money to the ACLU and the Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles. “Our relationship was intensely passionate and at times volatile, but always bound by love. Neither party has made false accusations for financial gain. There was never any attempt of physical or emotional harm,” the two aid in a joint statement at the time.

In 2018, Heard wrote an op-ed in Washington Post about her experience with domestic abuse. While she did not mention Depp by name, many believed that the post was about her ex-husband of her. Depp sued Heard for $50 million for defamation in 2019, claiming that the op-ed cost him acting jobs, including her role in Walt Disney Pictures’ Pirates of the Caribbean franchise. The trial for the case started in 2022. So…how has Elon Musk reacted to Amber Heard and Johnny Depp’s abuse case? Read on for how Musk has been involved in Depp and Heard’s trial, and whether he could be called to testify.

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What was Elon Musk’s response to Amber Heard and Johnny Depp’s abuse case?

What was Elon Musk’s response to Amber Heard and Johnny Depp’s abuse case? Texts between Heard and Musk were read aloud at a 2020 court hearing on Heard’s abuse case with Depp. In the texts, Heard told Musk that she wanted a restraining order against Depp for an alleged domestic violence incident the day before. Musk responded by offering her “24/7” security. The text continued, “The offer would stand, even if you never wanted to see me again… anyway, sorry for being an idiot. The radio silence hurts a lot. It only matters because I really like you.”

At another court hearing in 2020, Josh Drew—the ex-husband of Heard’s best friend Raquel “Rocky” Pennington who also lived rent-free in a home owned by Depp—claimed that Heard had a threesome with Musk and Cara Delevingne when she was still married to Depp. “Did she ever tell you in words or substance while Amber was still married to Johnny Depp that the three of them, Amber Heard, Elon Musk and Cara Delevingne spent the night together?’” attorney Benjamin Chew asked, to which Drew responded, “ And it is. To the specific date, I can’t say.” Chew continued, “So they were having a three-way affair, correct?” Drew responded, “My understanding, yes.”

Musk denied that he had a threesome with Delevingne and Heard in a statement to Page Six. “Cara and I are friends, but we’ve never been intimate. She would confirm this,” he said. “Also, I wish to confirm again that Amber and I only started going out about a month after her divorce filing. I don’t think I was ever even in the vicinity of Amber during their marriage!” He continued, “Regarding this lawsuit, I would recommend that everyone involved bury the hatchet and move on. Life is too short for such extended negativity. Nobody is going to say, after it’s all over, that they wished the court battle had lasted longer!”

In Depp’s defamation lawsuit against Heard, Depp also accused Heard of cheating on him with Musk while they were still married. “Unbeknownst to Mr. Depp, no later than one month after his marriage from him to Ms. Heard, she was spending time in a new relationship with Tesla and Space X founder, Elon Musk,” the filing stated. The documents continued, “Only one calendar month after Mr. Depp and Ms. Heard were married—while Mr. Depp was out of the country, filming in March 2015—Eastern Columbia Building personnel testified that Ms. Heard received Musk ‘late at night ‘at Mr. Depp’s penthouse. Specifically, Ms. Heard asked staff at the Eastern Columbia Building to give her de ella ‘friend Elon’ access to the building’s parking garage and the penthouse elevator ‘late at night,’ and they testified that they did so. Building staff would then see Ms. Heard’s ‘friend Elon’ leaving the building the next morning.”

Depp’s attorneys also claimed that Musk and Depp met soon after Heard allegedly injured Depp in an argument. “Musk’s first appearance in Mr. Depp’s penthouse occurred shortly after Ms. Heard threw a vodka bottle at Mr. Depp in Australia, when she learned that Mr. Depp wanted the couple to enter into a post-nuptial agreement concerning assets in their marriage, ” the documents read. “Ms. Heard’s violently aimed projectile from her virtually severed Mr. Depp’s middle finger on his right hand and shattered the bones. Mr. Depp’s marriage to Ms. Heard came to an end in May 2016.”

A representative for Musk also denied that the Tesla founder cheated with Heard on Depp in March 2022. “Elon and Amber didn’t start seeing each other until May 2016, and even then it was infrequent,” the representative said in a statement. “Their relationship didn’t become romantic until some time later.” The statement came around the time Musk’s attorney, Alex Spiro, told E! News that the billionaire—who was listed as a potential witness for Heard in pre-trial filings for the case—would not be testifying at Heard and Depp’s trial.

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