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[/tvshowbiz/johnny_depp/index.html Johnny Depp] today took revenge on his ex-wife Amber Heard from the stand, accusing her of drinking two bottles of wine a night, chopping up his lines of cocaine and taking them herself, secretly filming him, having an affair and irrationally flying off the handle if he did not feed her 'need for attention'.<br>The Hollywood legend was re-examined by his barrister at the High Court in London after days of damaging allegations by his ex-wife Heard that he attacked her on 14 separate occasions in his libel action against The Sun.<br>He accused the 34-year-old actress of undermining his effort to go sober by keeping a bottle of Bulleit bourbon in the fridge for him as she drank up to three bottles of wine a night and routinely took recreational drugs.<br>Depp claimed that Heard 'definitely poured me whisky' and chopped cocaine for him before rubbing it 'on her gum' as the High Court heard about her 'history of substance abuse, [http://www.blogher.com/search/apachesolr_search/including%20addiction including addiction] to cocaine and liquor'. <br>The 57-year-old actor said his ex-wife would go ballistic at 'small, mundane issues' such as whether she took his boots off or whether he put his arm around her while watching TV on the sofa.<br>He told the High Court today: 'It was almost as if there were rules, she has a routine and if that routine isn't met to her standards then there was going to be a problem.'<br>Depp's barrister David Sherborne asked what would happen if he broke his ex-wife's 'rules', to which Depp replied: 'An argument would ensue and all hell would break loose.'<br>The actor [https://minhviettrans.com/dich-vu-thue-xe/ thuê xe ô tô hà nội] also claimed that Heard repeatedly secretly filmed him and claimed that his notorious video rant shown to court on Tuesday in which he said 'I'll give you f***ing crazy' had 'nothing to do with' Heard.<br>Fielding questions from Sherborne, he told the High Court: 'The monster story was something that Ms Heard...<br><br>she rather liked the idea that I was the monster.<br>'If you have had an argument and you are trying to explain your position in an argument and things do escalate, that for her would become the monster.<br>'Any time I didn't comply or agree with what was her position, then she would call it the monster and then the [http://www.estateguideblog.com/?s=monster%20grew monster grew] from there into this whole whatever she wanted it to be, and she used it quite a lot.'<br>Depp is suing The Sun for libel after it labelled him a 'wife beater'.<br><br>He has called the accusation 'utter falsity' and 'fraudulent' and has claimed Heard abused him throughout their marriage. <br>Other developments in court today included: <br>Depp was accused of throwing a phone at Amber Heard and calling her 'Amber Turd' after she allegedly defecated in their bed after a blazing row on her 30th birthday party;He showed up two hours late to the birthday party after receiving some 'bad financial news' and retired to bed after her guests had gone instead of celebrating with her;She accuses him of throwing a magnum of champagne at her and pulling her hair in the ensuing row;The next day, Depp discovered someone - he believed Heard - had defecated in their marital bed;Defecation made him settle on divorce before Heard accused him of throwing a phone at her in a later row;Trans activist iO Tillet Wright and fighter Raquel Pennington were present during alleged phone throwing;All three claim Depp assaulted Heard in May 2016 incident; he has accused them of 'choreographed hoax';Depp threatened to 'slice off' Elon Musk's 'd***' in rant to Lady Gaga's ex-fiance, High Court heard;57-year-old actor accused Heard of having affair with SpaceX founder, which billionaire Musk denies.          Johnny Depp leaves the High Court in London today after his  fourth day on the stand in his blockbuster libel trial<br>        Amber Heard leaving the High Court in London for a hearing in Depp's libel case against the publishers of The Sun<br>         The 34-year-old actress and her 'Team Heard' arriving at the High Court (far right, her lawyer Jennifer Robinson)<br>         Depp has accused Heard (right) and her friends including trans activist iO Tillet Wright (left) of 'defecating' in their marital bed after he turned up two hours late 'drunk and high on drugs' to Heard's 30th birthday party in April 2016.<br><br>He then 'resolved' to divorce Heard. Depp has been accused of then smashing a phone into Heard's face as he went to pick up his personal belongings at her LA home in May 2016. The Sun's QC said MMA fighter Raquel Pennington (centre), a friend of Heard's who lived nearby, came into the apartment during the alleged incident after receiving a text from Wright, who was also present.<br><br>All three claim Depp assaulted Heard. 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[/news/china/index.html China] has accused Australia of a 'grave violation of international law' as it steps up its ongoing feud with the west over new national security laws that target pro-democracy protesters in [/news/hong-kong/index.html Hong Kong].<br>At the same time, the US has praised Australia for 'standing up for democratic values' and not 'bowing to Beijing's wishes'. <br>Foreign Minister Marise Payne and [/news/ben-wallace/index.html Defence Minister] Linda Reynolds met with President [/news/donald_trump/index.html Donald Trump]'s top diplomat Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, and US Secretary of Defense Mark Esper on Tuesday as part of the 30th Australia-US Ministerial Consultations in Washington. <br>         Donald Trump's top diplomat Secretary of State Mike Pompeo (pictured) praised Australia for standing up to Beijing<br>         Australian Foreign Minister Marise Payne (left) and US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo (right) are pictured together as they meet for the 30th Australia-US Ministerial Consultations in Washington<br>The growing rift between five-eyes nations and China was the top of the agenda for [https://www.kynghidongduong.vn/tours/tour-du-lich-trung-khanh-cuu-trai-cau-thanh-do-ha-noi-sai-gon.html kynghidongduong.vn] the high-level talks.<br>'We started this morning by talking at length about the Chinese Communist Party's maline activity in the Indo Pacific region and indeed all around the world,' Mr Pompeo said.<br>'The United States commends the Morrison government for standing up for democratic values and the rule of law despite intense, continued, coercive pressure from the Chinese Communist Party to bow to Beijing's wishes,' he said.<br>'It is unacceptable for Beijing to use exports or student fees as a cajole against Australia.<br>'We stand with our Australian friends.'<br>               Mr Pompeo commended Scott Morrison (pictured) and his government for standing up for democratic values and the rule of law despite intense, continued, coercive pressure from the Chinese Communist Party<br>Tensions between Canberra and Beijing have escalated significantly since Mr Morrison called for an [http://www.superghostblogger.com/?s=independent%20international independent international] inquiry into the origins of the coronavirus pandemic back in April.<br>Since then, China has brought in harsh trade tariffs which hit Australian farmers, including an 80 per cent tariff on barley and threatened further boycotts of Australian products.<br>More recently, China's sweeping national security laws to stamp out pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong has resulted in condemnation from Australia.<br>   RELATED ARTICLES  [# Previous] [# 1] [# Next]    [/news/article-8465715/The-secret-role-Chinese-journalists-Australia.html  The secret role of Chinese journalists in Australia | Daily Mail Online] [/news/article-8570033/Is-Donald-Trump-taking-convention-speech-venue.html  Is Donald Trump taking his convention speech to a THIRD...]    <br><br><br><br>Share this article<br>Share<br><br><br>Mr Morrion announced Australia would tear up its extradition agreement with the former British colony earlier this month.<br>He said the legislation undermined 'Hong Kong's own basic law' and could lead to arbitrary imprisonment for critics of the Chinese Communist Party.<br>Canada and the UK also suspended their extradition agreements with the financial hub and in the past 24 hours New Zealand has done the same.<br><br>The US is also expected to follow suit.<br>        Tensions between Canberra and Beijing have escalated significantly since Mr Morrison called for an independent international inquiry into the origins of the coronavirus pandemic back in April.<br><br>Pictured: Chinese President Xi Jinping<br>        The People's Liberation Army are pictured at a military parade at Zhurihe training base in China<br>The action sparked outrage in Beijing, who have accused western nations of 'interfering' in internal Chinese affairs. <br>China has now suspended their own extradition treaties with Australia, Canada and Britain in a tit-for-tat response and sent a stark warning to New Zealand.<br>        The spokesperson of the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs Wang Wenbin is pictured<br>'The wrong action of Canada, Australia and the UK in politicising judicial cooperation with Hong Kong has seriously hurt the basis of judicial cooperation,' China's foreign ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin said at a press briefing.<br>'China has decided to suspend extradition treaties between Hong Kong and Canada, Australia and the UK, as well as criminal justice cooperation agreements.'<br>He accused the democratic countries of having used the national security law as 'an excuse to unilaterally announce the suspension of extradition treaties' with Hong Kong.<br>Wang urged New Zealand to immediately redress its mistake or it would face consequences.<br>With the spat continuing to simmer, Australia is expected to carry out Freedom of Navigation Exercises with the US in the South China Sea - a move that will further anger Beijing. <br>        A protester holds up a placard as riot police surround him inside a shopping mall during a rally on July 21, 2020 in Hong Kong<br>         Hong Kong's youngest lawmaker and former Umbrella Movement leader Nathan Law is detained by police <br>         Pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong are surrounded by riot police during a news conference<br>China claims the busy shipping lane rich in fishing and natural gas reserves as its territory, although Australia, the US and others nations, dispute the claim under international law.<br>In previous years, Australia has been reluctant to antagonise China over the issue, but with relations now at rock bottom Morrison's government is looking to push back against the authoritarian regime however no official confirmation has been made about potential naval exercises with the US.<br>'COVID-19 has without doubt 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[/news/china/index.html China] has accused Australia of a 'grave violation of international law' as it steps up its ongoing feud with the west over new national security laws that target pro-democracy protesters in [/news/hong-kong/index.html Hong Kong].
At the same time, the US has praised Australia for 'standing up for democratic values' and not 'bowing to Beijing's wishes'. 
Foreign Minister Marise Payne and [/news/ben-wallace/index.html Defence Minister] Linda Reynolds met with President [/news/donald_trump/index.html Donald Trump]'s top diplomat Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, and US Secretary of Defense Mark Esper on Tuesday as part of the 30th Australia-US Ministerial Consultations in Washington. 
Donald Trump's top diplomat Secretary of State Mike Pompeo (pictured) praised Australia for standing up to Beijing
Australian Foreign Minister Marise Payne (left) and US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo (right) are pictured together as they meet for the 30th Australia-US Ministerial Consultations in Washington
The growing rift between five-eyes nations and China was the top of the agenda for kynghidongduong.vn the high-level talks.
'We started this morning by talking at length about the Chinese Communist Party's maline activity in the Indo Pacific region and indeed all around the world,' Mr Pompeo said.
'The United States commends the Morrison government for standing up for democratic values and the rule of law despite intense, continued, coercive pressure from the Chinese Communist Party to bow to Beijing's wishes,' he said.
'It is unacceptable for Beijing to use exports or student fees as a cajole against Australia.
'We stand with our Australian friends.'
Mr Pompeo commended Scott Morrison (pictured) and his government for standing up for democratic values and the rule of law despite intense, continued, coercive pressure from the Chinese Communist Party
Tensions between Canberra and Beijing have escalated significantly since Mr Morrison called for an independent international inquiry into the origins of the coronavirus pandemic back in April.
Since then, China has brought in harsh trade tariffs which hit Australian farmers, including an 80 per cent tariff on barley and threatened further boycotts of Australian products.
More recently, China's sweeping national security laws to stamp out pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong has resulted in condemnation from Australia.
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Mr Morrion announced Australia would tear up its extradition agreement with the former British colony earlier this month.
He said the legislation undermined 'Hong Kong's own basic law' and could lead to arbitrary imprisonment for critics of the Chinese Communist Party.
Canada and the UK also suspended their extradition agreements with the financial hub and in the past 24 hours New Zealand has done the same.

The US is also expected to follow suit.
Tensions between Canberra and Beijing have escalated significantly since Mr Morrison called for an independent international inquiry into the origins of the coronavirus pandemic back in April.

Pictured: Chinese President Xi Jinping
The People's Liberation Army are pictured at a military parade at Zhurihe training base in China
The action sparked outrage in Beijing, who have accused western nations of 'interfering' in internal Chinese affairs. 
China has now suspended their own extradition treaties with Australia, Canada and Britain in a tit-for-tat response and sent a stark warning to New Zealand.
The spokesperson of the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs Wang Wenbin is pictured
'The wrong action of Canada, Australia and the UK in politicising judicial cooperation with Hong Kong has seriously hurt the basis of judicial cooperation,' China's foreign ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin said at a press briefing.
'China has decided to suspend extradition treaties between Hong Kong and Canada, Australia and the UK, as well as criminal justice cooperation agreements.'
He accused the democratic countries of having used the national security law as 'an excuse to unilaterally announce the suspension of extradition treaties' with Hong Kong.
Wang urged New Zealand to immediately redress its mistake or it would face consequences.
With the spat continuing to simmer, Australia is expected to carry out Freedom of Navigation Exercises with the US in the South China Sea - a move that will further anger Beijing. 
A protester holds up a placard as riot police surround him inside a shopping mall during a rally on July 21, 2020 in Hong Kong
Hong Kong's youngest lawmaker and former Umbrella Movement leader Nathan Law is detained by police
Pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong are surrounded by riot police during a news conference
China claims the busy shipping lane rich in fishing and natural gas reserves as its territory, although Australia, the US and others nations, dispute the claim under international law.
In previous years, Australia has been reluctant to antagonise China over the issue, but with relations now at rock bottom Morrison's government is looking to push back against the authoritarian regime however no official confirmation has been made about potential naval exercises with the US.
'COVID-19 has without doubt exacerbated the security challenges in our regions.'Some countries are using the pandemic to undermine liberal democracies,' Ms Payne said.
'We reiterate our commitment to holding states to account when they breach international norms and laws, tour cửu trại câu as we have done and will continue to do so in relation to China's erosion of freedoms in Hong Kong.
'We will step up and make sure we support our mates.'
US Defence Secretary Mark Esper reiterated the statement's made by Ms Payne and said Australian and the US will not back down to Beijing.
'We will fly, we will sail, and we will operate wherever international law allows, and we will defend the rights of our allies and partners to do the same,' he said.
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