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Comedian and podcaster Joe Rogan has chimed in on the highly-publicized court case between actors and former spouses Johnny Depp and Amber Heard, claiming the latter is 'full of s**t'.

Depp is suing Heard for $50 million plus legal fees on grounds of defamation, arguing that claims of abuse she made in a 2018 essay published in The Washington Post were false and derailed his career.

The Pirates of the Caribbean star also alleges that he was the victim of abuse at the hands of Heard, who maintains she told the truth in her article and is counter-suing for $100 million.

On Joe's Tuesday podcast with fellow comedian Jessica Kirson, the pair opened the show by discussing the trial, with Joe tearing into 'crazy' Heard.

'That's what happens with people like that. People that are just manipulative and full of s**t like that,' he said.

'[Comedian Doug Stanhope] knows her. Stanhope's buddies with Johnny Depp. He wrote something, like an essay about how full of s**t she is, and she threatened to sue him, and I think he had to wind up taking it down.

'He knows her well... He's like, ''She's out of her f**king mind like a crazy actress!' 

Joe made reference to Heard's claims she used a specific make-up kit produced by cosmetic brand Milani to cover up bruises allegedly inflicted by Depp in 2016.

The brand refuted her claims, pointing out the make-up kit in question was not released until after the pair had divorced in 2017.

In the latest from the Depp-Heard trial: 

  • Johnny Depp's former agent Christian Carino told the court about emails sent to him by Heard after she broke up with Elon Musk
  • Heard began dating the Tesla founder around the time of her split with Depp
  • Heard told Carino: 'I hate when things go public. See I'm so sad.'  
  • 'Yet again a man lets me fall on the spikes by myself,' Heard's email read
  • Carino retorted: 'You could avoid all this if you stop dating uber famous people'
  • Meanwhile, Depp's doorman Alejandro Romero gave a 'bizarre' deposition 
  • Depp cracked up with laughter as Romero described how Heard asked him to investigate an intruder due to scratches on their front door - caused by the dog
  • Heard is expected to take the stand for her highly-anticipated testimony in days 

On Joe's Tuesday podcast with fellow comedian Jessica Kirson, the pair opened the show by discussing the trial, with Joe tearing into 'crazy' Heard

Actor Amber Heard leaves the courtroom at the Fairfax County Circuit Court in Fairfax, Va., Wednesday, April 27, 2022

Actor Johnny Depp gestures as he stands in the courtroom during a recess amid his defamation trial against his ex-wife Amber Heard, at the Fairfax County Circuit Courthouse in Fairfax, Virginia, on April 27, 2022

In the first seconds of the Tuesday episode of The Joe Rogan Experience, Joe said: 'I'm watching this trial, and, like, it's a cautionary tale about believing in bulls**t, forming a narrative in your head.

'That's what I felt like about Anthony Bourdain and his relationship to that crazy woman,' he said, referencing the late chef and travel documentarian's tumultuous relationship with Italian film star Asia Argento. 

'You're seeing all the crazy come out,' he concluded.

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Yesterday, Depp's former agent Christian Carino told the court about emails sent to him by Heard after she broke up with Elon Musk.

Heard began dating the Tesla founder around the time of her split with Depp in May 2016 and by August the following year they had broken up.

Carino, a talent agent with mega agency CAA and Lady Gaga's ex-fiance, appeared by a pre-recorded video deposition and confirmed that Heard and Musk were in a relationship for a time.

Asked if Heard moved on to dating Musk 'immediately after Johnny Depp', Carino said yes.

In an email on August 7, 2017, Heard told Carino: 'Dealing with breakup. I hate when things go public. See I'm so sad,' in reference to her split with Musk.

Carino replied to Heard: 'You weren't in love with him. You told me 1,000 times you were just feeling space.'

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