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The supermodel appeared in a Virginia court by videolink to give evidence which lasted barely two minutes.
British supermodel Kate Moss is expected to give evidence on Wednesday in Johnny Depp’s defamation case against his former wife Amber Heard, sources say. Depp’s lawyers reportedly hope testimony from Moss, 48, who dated the actor in the 1990s, will pour ice cold water on Heard’s courtroom suggestion that he is a domestic abuser.
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The Shannara Chronicles star plays the King of Rock and Roll in Baz Luhrmann’s forthcoming biopic.
The British supermodel, who dated Mr Depp in the 1990s, is expected to address the Virginia court on Wednesday.
Other celebrities called for an end to violence and criticised the US government over the lax gun laws that allowed the tragic incident to happen.
Celebrities including Taylor Swift, Amy Schumer and Chris Evans called for an end to violence and criticised the US government.
The premiere was also attended by Oscar-winning director Guillermo Del Toro and actor Jake Gyllenhaal.
Celebrities including Chris Evans, Finneas and Kylie Jenner were among those expressing feelings of shock, sorrow and outrage at the tragic incident.
The actress said she understood how being famous often affected her privacy but false stories about her relationships were ‘damaging’ to all involved.
Johnny Depp's team called Warner Bros. exec to testify about Amber Heard's "reduced" role in "Aquaman 2."
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The new trailer sees the pair face off against Christian Bale’s villainous galactic killer, Gorr the God Butcher.
An entertainment industry expert said she thought Ms Heard had lost out on up to £40 million before her abuse claims were labelled as a ‘hoax’.