When Johnny met Amber

Johnny Depp, the actor, stated that he first met Amber Heard after she was suggested for a role in "The Rum Diary." Despite the fact that she had

read for the part five times, the casting director was undecided. Depp scheduled a meeting with her at his office.

"I took one look at her and I thought that's the one," he said. "Yes, she could definitely kill me." Depp testified that they didn't interact much on the set of "The Rum Diary" until they shot a shower scene.

"I took one look at her and I thought that's the one," he said. "Yes, she could definitely kill me." Depp testified that they didn't interact much on the set of "The Rum Diary" until they shot a shower scene.

"She comes into the room and she opens the shower and we kiss," he said. "That moment was um it was a, yeah, it felt like, it felt like something that I

shouldn't be feeling because she had her wife...and I had Vanessa and the kiddies."

Heard paid a visit to Depp in his trailer later that day, and the two kissed again. They didn't see each other again until about two years later, when they reunited for the film's press junket.

Johnny Depp calls his drug use has been misportrayed "I'm sorry to say, a lot of it is just plainly false," Johnny Depp testified. "I think that it was an easy target for her to hit." Amber Heard stared at him coldly.

He described his nearly five-year reliance on the painkille roxicodoner. He never used the drug again after detoxing from it, he said.

However, according to Depp, "there has been no substance abuse on film sets" or "moments where I would have been considered out of control."

Johnny Depp apologizes for insensitive and vulgar text messages

On the stand on Tuesday, actor Johnny Depp apologized for his vulgar texts, including one in which he called ex-wife Amber Heard a "malicious, evil, and vindictive c**t."

"For example, with the text messages, I apologize to everyone that has had to experience them," he said as Heard stared directly at him.