Emerged Disturbing text messages sent by Johnny Depp to his friend regarding his ex-wife read in court today.

Johnny Depp is currently handling a court case with a British newspaper The Sun over an article that alleged that Johnny Depp had been abusive to his ex-wife Amber Heard. While the court was in process yesterday, the defendant shared some damaging evidence against Pirate Of The Caribbean actor, which showed text messages he sent to his actor friend Paul Bettany back in 2013 that indeed revealed that Depp threatened to burn and drown his ex-wife.

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Depp Reportedly wrote on Nov. 6, 2013, “Let’s burn Amber,” the court heard aloud. later he texted Bettany again that day to say, “Let’s drown her before we burn her!!! I will f–k her burnt corpse afterwards to make sure she is dead.” However, it should be noted that following those rage texts, Depp did say he could never harm Amber. “I am admittedly too f–ked in the head to spray my rage at the one I love’,” he admitted.

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Adding to all the drama, the court also heard more texts allegedly sent by Depp to Bettany a year later in May of 2014, which read: “I’m gonna properly stop the booze thing, darling… Drank all night before I picked Amber up to fly to LA, this past Sunday…Ugly, mate,” he said referring to a nasty fight the couple got into while on an airplane.

The attorney to Depp Adam Waldman said, “What does the Sun do to keep Amber Heard’s hoax alive? in court we learned the answer — cherry-picking a fragment of a single frustrated text message to a friend sent out of 500 gigabytes of text and email messages provided,” which refers to the texts the Sun chose to highlight this week. “One person, one side, is lying, and one is not,” Depp’s lawyer added. “Obviously, we say that it is Ms. Heard (who is lying), Mr. Depp is 100% clear about that.”

Evidently, we can say that this won’t be the last time we will hear about Johnny and Amber’s unpleasant break up and legal woes.