Entries from a 'love journal' shared by Amber Heard and Johnny Depp have been revealed in court.
Depp, 58, is suing Heard, 35, in a $50 million (£38.2 million) defamation lawsuit over abuse claims she made a piece for The Washington Post in 2018, although the Pirates of the Caribbean actor was not named.
Today (17 May), the court was shown love messages written by Heard to her ex-husband in their shared 'love journal', which would see them both write messages to one another.
In a diary entry on May 22, 2015, Heard wrote: "True love isn't about just the madness of passion or picking the safety of peace.
"It's about having both. I have seen in you the true bones of friendship and respect but I still more than ever want to rip you apart, devour you and savor the taste."
In a note on August 1, 2015, Heard said: "I couldn't wait to tell you how much I adore you.
"I couldn't have imagined a more gorgeous honeymoon."
On August 17, 2015, Heard added: "I'm sorry I shook the wheel so hard. God damn I love you Johnny, I'm tied to you forever.
"Let me try to fix this, let me try to patch this You deserve it. I need you… You're my cornerstone, my heart, my all. I hate it when we fight.
"I love you more than anything. I need you, I love you."
Also, in a note on April 8, 2016, Heard wrote: "I am sorry I can get crazy. I am sorry I hurt you. Like you I can get wicked when I get hurt."
Heard added that she was 'sorry for my part', and that there is 'never a reason good enough to hurt you'.
After being questioned, Heard confirmed to Depp's Lawyer, Camille Vasquez, that book was in fact a 'love journal'.
Heard said: "The book was more of a love note book and part of communication, it was important for me to try to nurture as much peace as we possibly could."
Vasquez asked if it was 'also an opportunity to apologise to Mr. Depp for your behavior?' to which Heard claimed it was 'important to apologise' and to move on from fights.
Vasquez: Isn't it true that you edited this photograph? That you enchanced one to make it look more red? #AmberHeard: No, that is not true. #JohnnyDepp pic.twitter.com/B29BYm3qQb— Cathy Russon (@cathyrusson) May 17, 2022
Depp's attorney also accused Amber Heard of editing photos of alleged abuse, which were captured back in May 2016.
Vasquez asked: "Isn't it true that you edited this photograph? That you enhanced one to make it look more red?"
Heard replied: "No, that is not true."
"You were also in this courtroom when James Franco said that he saw no injuries to your face on May 22, 2016?" Vasquez asked, to which Heard again denied.
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Topics: Johnny Depp, Amber Heard