"Johnny said I ruined his life," she said while in court on Thursday, May 5. "I remember trying to get up, my feet were slipping. I just remember trying to get up to tell him he was really hurting me because I don't think he knew what he was doing. I couldn't breathe, I couldn't get through to him. I couldn't get up. I don't know what happened next."
She continued, "I thought he was punching me. It looked like he was punching me. I could feel this pressure. It was just a pressure. I don't know remember what I said, I just remember being really still, not wanting to move. I remember looking around the room. I remember looking at all of the broken bottles, broken glass, and I remember that it's just not wanting to move because I didn't know if it was broken, I didn't know if the bottle that he had inside of me was broken. I couldn't feel it. I didn't feel pain. I didn't feel anything. I looked around and saw so much broken glass that I didn't know if he would know if it was broken or not. I just remember thinking, 'Please, God.' I just remember being in the bathroom, I remember the sound my voice was making, I remember I lost control of my bladder, I remember there was some blood on the floor. I got up at some point. I don't know how that night ended. I don't remember what happened. I have a memory of him begging me not to leave. I remember going outside the front door. I remember him coming out to the front area — I just have that memory. I remember taking a sleep pill — a bunch, just two, which is a lot for me."
The night is bit blurry for Heard, as she didn't remember falling asleep.
"I could hear him downstairs, I could hear Marilyn Manson music," she recalled. "It became obvious to me that he hadn't gone to sleep. I walked downstairs, and I saw this brown on the walls going down the stairs, and the brown on the walls became clearer lettering and then it was obvious it was dry blood. There was blood on the carpet, I could see blood drips. I thought it was from my arms or feet, but it was drips, so that plus the wall writing, I saw these brown letters on the wall and then realized that it was meant to be a message but it was incoherent. I saw what looked like my name, but I really couldn't make out the message walking down the stairs. I thought that was surreal."
Heard and Depp are currently facing off in court, as the former wrote an op-ed in which she claimed she was a victim of abuse. She didn't name Depp, but he sued for defamation. The blonde beauty countersued.