Amber Heard’s jealousy defence mechanism is ‘impulsive yelling and anger’: Report

Amber Heard’s jealousy defence mechanism is ‘impulsive yelling and anger’: Report

According to a nurse, Amber Heard did not cope well with Johnny Depp’s celebrity in Hollywood.

In September 2014, Erin Falati composed notes in which she described Amber Heard as ‘anxious’ about Depp’s rapport with women.

Falati was asked about the notes in a videotaped testimony at his defamation trial last month.

Heard had “difficulties with jealousy and anxiety issues surrounding the fiancé’s fame and ability to interact with women frequently,” according to Falati’s notes.

The nurse narrated that once Heard became “frustrated” during a dine-in at the restaurant and that her “previous defence mechanisms” involved “impulsive anger and yelling.”

 

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