Amber Heard hurled insults at Johnny Depp, calling him “washed up” and “fat”, and was aggressive towards the actor during a Christmas visit to the Bahamas, it has been alleged.
Actress Samantha Womack has settled a damages action over phone hacking, the High Court has heard.
The front desk supervisor at Johnny Depp’s Los Angeles penthouse building has told the High Court in London that she saw marks on Amber Heard’s body after Tesla founder Elon Musk had apparently spent the night there.
Amber Heard was the “abuser” in her relationship with Johnny Depp, the actor’s former personal assistant has claimed.
Johnny Depp has said he did not intend to headbutt Amber Heard during an alleged heated row between the couple at their Los Angeles penthouse.
Johnny Depp has admitted to “accidentally” headbutting Amber Heard while she was “flailing and punching” him at their Los Angeles penthouse.
An Australian house was left in a “state of complete carnage” after it was trashed by Hollywood actor Johnny Depp, it has been alleged.
On more than one occasion during his evidence, Johnny Depp has accused Amber Heard of “building a dossier” about him.
Amber Heard told Johnny Depp she had seen “our love slaughtered right in front of my eyes” after the Hollywood star allegedly “screamed obscenities” and “slapped her across the face” on a private plane to Los Angeles, in text messages read out at the High Court.
Johnny Depp allegedly “screamed obscenities” at his ex-wife on a flight to Los Angeles, as he accused her of an affair with actor James Franco, the High Court has heard.
A man has appeared in court charged over the serious sexual assault of an 83-year-old woman.
Amber Heard’s dog once ate cannabis after “scooping it up” before Johnny Depp could reach it, the High Court has heard.
Former Conservative MP Charlie Elphicke told a young parliamentary worker “I’m so naughty sometimes” after sexually assaulting her, a court has heard.
The Government’s promised spending spree will need to give courts more than a “lick of paint” to clear the backlog of cases, a union has said.
Former Conservative MP Charlie Elphicke sexually assaulted a woman and told her “we’re all at it” as he chased her around his home, a court has heard.
A 52-year-old man has appeared in court via video-link charged with attacking two paramedics who were stabbed during a 999 call-out.
The description of Johnny Depp as a “wife beater” is “entirely accurate and truthful”, lawyers for News Group Newspapers have told a High Court judge.
A High Court challenge by three airlines against the 14-day quarantine rule for passengers arriving in the UK has been abandoned after the Government announced a lifting of restrictions for travellers from some countries.
The Government’s 14-day quarantine rule for passengers arriving in the UK is “disproportionate” and will have “no material impact whatsoever” on the spread of coronavirus, lawyers for three airlines have told the High Court.
The High Court is set to rule on who the UK Government recognises as president of Venezuela as part of a battle over one billion US dollars (£800 million) of gold bullion held in the vaults of the Bank of England.
More than a dozen uniformed police officers stood silent guard as jurors visited the place where Pc Andrew Harper died in the line of duty.
The ex-girlfriend of Babes in the Wood murderer Russell Bishop has denied perjury over his 1987 murder trial.
A divorcee whose Russian billionaire ex-husband owes her £450 million is waiting for a judge’s ruling after becoming engaged in a fight over a £346 million yacht and a modern art collection valued at more than £115 million.
A man accused of stabbing three friends to death while shouting “Allahu Akbar” in a suspected terror attack has appeared in court.
Sheriff courts across Scotland have implemented social distancing measures as they move to a post-pandemic justice system that is “certainly not business as usual”.
A tragic series of events that led to the “gruesome discovery” of Pc Andrew Harper lying catastrophically injured in a country lane has been played out in court.
Domestic abuse is “systematically minimised” in family courts, with allegations being “ignored, dismissed or disbelieved”, according to a report.
An interim application to suspend the registration of a coronavirus-hit care home has been dropped following improvements, a court has heard.
HS2 bosses have told a judge that continued protests by campaigners opposed to the high-speed rail line running through a woodland area in west London are costing millions of pounds.
Potential jurors in the trial of three teenagers accused of the murder of Pc Andrew Harper have been told it is a case of the “utmost importance”.