Johnny Depp’s Ex Kate Moss Explains Why She Spoke On The Stand During Defamation Trial With Amber Heard

For weeks, the public watched as the defamation trial between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard played out. Many were deeply focused on the accounts of alleged abuse that both stars gave while on the stand though, of course, many were also all ears when it came to what other high-profile individuals had to say. One such person who tested during the trial was Depp’s former girlfriend, Kate Moss. The model and fashion mogul was very supportive of the Pirates of the Caribbean actor in the midst of his legal battle with Heard and, now, she’s discussing why she took the stand.

Kate Moss appeared at the weeks-long trial to speak on allegations that Johnny Depp, who she dated between 1994 and 1998, pushed her down a flight of stairs. While on the stand, she asserted that Depp “never pushed me, kicked me or threw me down any kind of stairs.” (She was also mentioned in court by Heard in relation to that viral fist bump moment.) Moss was asked, during an interview with BBC radio’s Desert Island Discs about her decision to support Depp and fashion designer John Galliano when both were embroiled in controversies. In regard to the former, Moss doubled down on what she said in court:

I believe in the truth and I believe in fairness and justice… I know the truth about Johnny, I know he never kicked me down the stairs… I had to say that truth.

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