Johnny Depp’s close pal recalls ‘unnerving’ incident involving ‘sociopathic show pony’ Amber Heard

According to a close friend of actor Johnny Depp, Amber Heard is “a sociopathic show pony” who thrives on drama and wants to destroy the actor.

“I think there is a part of Amber that [believes] fighting is passion,” Gina Deuters, wife of Stephen Deuters, Depp’s longtime business partner and assistant, told Page Six in her first interview since testifying in the celebrity trial that has captivated the country. “It means there’s sparks, fireworks [in the relationship]. [Amber] is someone who is always used to getting what she wants. She is quite entitled and I think she made big demands in their divorce.”

“When [Amber] was denied those demands,” says Deuters, “I feel like she was like, ‘I am not going to get what I want so I am going to destroy you.'”

Stephen Deuters found himself playing “mediator” towards the end of the couple’s tumultuous marriage, and that is when he reportedly saw the 26-year-old Heard’s true colors.

“My husband called her a sociopathic show pony, and he certainly doesn’t regret it,” Deuters said. “Stephen, at the end, was quite literally the mediator … no one else wanted to deal with Amber, and Stephen would be the only person she could talk to.”

Gina Deuters, who has known Depp, 58,  for two decades, recalled a moment at the couple’s wedding that she says was “unnerving.”

“There was one thing Amber said at the wedding.  She kind of leaned into me and said, ‘Do you and Stephen ever fight?'” Deuters revealed. “I responded, ‘We sometimes have an argument,’ and she was like, ‘No Gina, like really fight?’ And it was kind of unnerving. [I thought], ‘Do you enjoy it?'”

 

Deuters’ testimony in Depp’s lawsuit against Heard for saying she was a victim of sexual violence in a Washington Post op-ed was stricken from the record, but she told Page Six that the time the actor shared with Heard was “less of a relationship and more of an Amber invasion.”

According to Deuters, Heard “isolated” Depp from his loved ones.

“Instantly she started moving her friends into his properties,” she said. “It was quite shocking how she eventually isolated him from his family and friends … it definitely felt like we’d kind of lost him.”

“When they first got together, I would describe her as quite a ‘Stepford Wife,'” Deuters confessed. “She would bake cookies and take his shoes off after work. It was quite odd.”

“Knowing Amber was this confident feminist, it was strange she was behaving quite subservient, like a nice little housewife-type role,” she continued. “[But] that was all in the beginning — that would change quite quickly.”

It was Steve and Gina Deuters who, in 2015, helped with the arrangements for both of Johnny and Amber’s weddings — the initial ceremony at the Los Angeles home of Depp’s late mother Betty Sue and the ceremony that followed on Depp’s private island in the Bahamas, and apparently Amber was quite the Bridezilla.

“[Amber was] absolutely controlling … the whole getting married thing was rushed,” Deuters said. “It just happened all so quickly, to the point where honestly Johnny’s family weren’t notified and some of them couldn’t get down there in time.”

Things didn’t improve in the Bahamas, which, according to Deuters, “very much felt” like a takeover.

 

“It was the Amber Heard party as opposed to their wedding,” said Deuters.

She recalled a telling moment from a wedding speech from Amber’s father, in which he allegedly said, “Look, honey, all this is yours now.”

“My heart sank a little bit,” Deuters said, adding, “were they more excited about all the wealth they married into, or was this about love?”

She described watching the superstar deteriorate both physically and emotionally during the course of the ill-fated marriage and called it “heartbreaking.”

“He suffered greatly through it,” Deuters said of Depp.

She insists her “treasured friend” is not the sort who would hit a woman.

“I have been with [Depp] when he was drinking, doing drugs and smoking weed, and his demeanor has not turned nasty at all,” Deuters said. “I’ve never seen him lose his temper.”

“By all means, their relationship was volatile,” she acknowledged, “but I just know that Johnny wouldn’t hit a woman.”

“I can sleep at night knowing I am supporting my friend,” Deuters said. “I absolutely feel he has been a victim of domestic abuse and he deserves justice.”

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