Jury hears recordings of Johnny Depp and ex-wife Amber Heard's volatile argument

 Johnny Depp, 58, is seeking damages of $50 million against Amber Heard, 35, whom he claims insulted him in an article in the 2017 Washington Post op-ed that she was the victim of "sexual assault."

While Depp was not named in the article The actor says the incident damaged his reputation and career when it was widely believed Heard wrote about the couple's relationship for five years.

In the opening statement Heard's lawyers outlined horrifying instances of abuse at actor's "Pirates of the Caribbean" star, such as on the trip that the couple made to Australia in the year 2015.

[Johnny depp] told that he was going to kill her, and that he loves her...Then she is slain with a bottle of liquorit's Johnny Depp you're going to learn about in this particular incident.

Depp's lawyer told jury that they might already knew Depp as an "respected artist" whose name was associated with commercial success however: "Today his name is linked to the fabrication of.

Christi Dembrowski, Depp's sister who was the first person to testify. the witness stand. She described the couple's turbulent relationship She said the actress was "devastated" after her brother's younger brother chose to get married to the actress.

In response to a question about her reaction to the decision of getting married, Dembrowski replied: "I was terrified I was terrified, and I was depressed.

Amber Heard's closest acquaintance, British music journalist Eve Barlow was swiftly removed from the courtroom. Barlow found herself in trouble with the judge after tweeting and texting from first row in the courtroom normally reserved for lawyers.

A Post reporter also witnessed two Johnny Depp superfans who've called Amber Heard a "c-t" and "liar" online. They were kicked from the courtroom after police were able to determine that the suspects had threatened violence.

The nurse of Johnny Depp, during a live interview, described the need to search a flipped-over home in Australia to locate the tip of the actor's finger that was severed that was injured during an argument with his wife of 15 years Amber Heard.

Dr. David Kipper, Johnny Depp's former private doctor claimed that Depp informed emergency room physicians who were in Australia that he had cut his finger using the help of a knife.

 Johnny Depp says he has never had a crush on a woman in my life' in court in the trial's earlier today.

Johnny Depp described being elated at the beginning of his ultimately shattered relationship with his ex-wife Amber Heard

In My first encounter with her. Heard, it was according to what I remember and how I remember it that the woman seemed to be ... It seemed as if she was too beautiful to be real.