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Did Johnny Depp just validate domestic violence allegations on him?

Updated: Aug 13, 2016 10:47 IST

Washington D.C., Aug. 13 (ANI): Will this recently revealed scary video, recorded by Amber Heard, add on to the domestic violence case against her soon-to-be-ex-husband Johnny Depp?

Though authenticity of the video is questionable, it showed Depp went crazy on Heard in their kitchen, throwing a wine bottle and glass, reports the TMZ.com.

Reportedly, the video was shot months before the May 21 incident in which the 30-year-old actress claimed the 'Black Mass' actor struck her.

The video shows Heard asking, "What happened?" as Depp continued to break things.

"Nothing happened this morning you know that?" she said.

When he asked "were you in here" and she replied "no," he said "well then nothing happened to YOU this morning."

Though it's unclear what they were referring to, Heard said he was "so sweet and nice," before she said she was sorry for something.

When she further said, "We were not even fighting this morning"- Depp smashed a glass on the floor.

He then came toward her, grabbing a magnum bottle of wine.

"You wanna see crazy? I'll show you f**king crazy," he said, while pouring the entire contents of the bottle into a glass.

That's when he saw that she was recording him and fiddled angrily with the phone until he simple throws it to the floor.

As per the reports, sources connected to the 'Pirates of the Caribbean' actor, the video is "heavily edited" and there are portions where the 'Drive Angry' actress is seen smiling and egging him on. The sources added that the video was a complete set up by her.

On a related note, the tape would not be admissible in the court, not only because it is edited but also because it appears that he did not know that he was being videotaped. (ANI)

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