Amber Heard suffered post-traumatic stress disorder from the violence she suffered at the hands of her husband Johnny Depp, as per a medical report.
Depp’s oppression included acts of sexual assault like harassment, rape and self-harm.
Dawn Hughes, Heard’s very close psychologist testified that she had diagnosed the symptoms after examining her for a good 29 hours and reviewing therapy records.
She was the first witness to be called by the attorney’s in the ongoing defamation trial.
In the trial, the doctor confessed, "Depp allegedly penetrated Heard with his fingers and, on one occasion, with a bottle. These incidents often happened in a drug-fueled rage."
"Johnny's violence was a reaction to jealousy and also maintained that he tried to control her career."
The Aquaman actress will reportedly take the stand this week and is expected to make big revelations along with the details of abuse she faced from Depp.
Another witness from Heard’s side was also a psychologist Dr. Shannon Curry who told that the star also showed signs of two personality disorders.