Amber Heard says Johnny Depp accused her of having affairs with co-stars

Amber Heard claimed that ex-husband Johnny Depp accused her of having multiple affairs, during the hearings for the Pirates of the Caribbean star's libel lawsuit. The actress recalled the alleged numerous incidents of verbal and physical abuse, according to NBC. In a statement, Heard claimed the actor had accused her of having sexual relations with her co-stars and work associates. She alleged, "He accused me of having affairs with each of my co-stars, Eddie Redmayne, James Franco, Jim Sturgess, Kevin Costner, Liam Hemsworth, Billy-Bob Thornton, and Channing Tatum. He also accused me of having affairs with stars I auditioned with, like Leonardo DiCaprio. He would taunt me and had derogatory nicknames for every one of my male co-stars he considered a threat," she claimed. In the previous nine days of the trial, Depp claimed it was Heard who was the aggressor in the relationship. These claims were supported by testimony from current and former employees of the pair, but Heard claimed that any acts of violence she's accused of committing were done in "self-defense."