Kate Moss reveals why she chose to speak in Johnny Depp-Amber heard defamation lawsuit

Kate Moss has revealed why she felt moved to defend her former partner Johnny Depp in his defamation lawsuit with ex-wife Amber Heard earlier this year.

The British supermodel rarely gives interviews or talks in public, but broke her silence to testify via video link in the trial when she denied a rumor heard by Heard’s team that Depp Moss once dated during their 1990s relationship. pushed down the stairs.

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Moss spoke about her participation in the lawsuit on the long-running BBC radio interview program Desert Island Discsin which public figures are asked to choose their seven favorite records, one book, one luxury item, as well as discuss their lives.

When asked why she had decided to speak out in support of Depp, she replied referring to the actor and also her fashion designer friend John Galliano, who was found guilty of anti-Semitic abuse in 2011:

“I believe in the truth, and I believe in fairness and justice. I know John Galliano is not a bad person – he had an alcohol problem and people are turning around. People are not themselves when they drink, and they say things they would never say if they were sober.

And she added: “I know the truth about Johnny [Depp]. I know he never kicked me down the stairs. I had to tell that truth.”

Depp, who was in a relationship with Moss between 1994 and 1998, won the lawsuit against his ex-wife Heard last month. Both plaintiffs who initially filed a lawsuit in the infamous case have now appealed the verdict, which was largely in Depp’s favour.

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