I don't know what 2016 statement, they could be referring to.Lbock wrote: ↑Mon Oct 21, 2019 6:52 pmLooks like Johnnys attorneys may have made a mistake. Allowing him to include her original 2016 statement that he abused her when drunk or high, opened the door for her to access his medical records. Also his statement that he never harmed a women, opened the door for HIM to prove it, so she has access to his romantic partners and arrest records for violence, etc
It’s worth noting that Depp’s lawsuit is predicated on a statement Heard provided to the LAPD in 2016, where she claimed Depp’s abusive behavior was tied to his history of substance abuse.
Heard did not make a statement about Depp to police.
The police depositions were clear that she said nothing about who or what on the evening they were called.
LAPD said she had not filed a police report after Heard's lawyers said she would.
If she had made a statement to police, then surely the police would have interviewed Depp. I have seen nothing to say that ever happened.
Therefore I can't say this is a mistake by Depp's attorneys to not consider a statement that was never made. If Depp's team is not aware of details of what did not happen, that is unfortunate.