Amber Heard’s former personal nurse had testified on Tuesday before Johnny Depp’s legal team rested their case.
Taking the stand in a deposition, Erin Falati, who began working as the actress’s personal nurse back in 2014, presented her notes on the treatment of Amber dating back to 2014 when the pair first met.
Her notes detail how Amber reported a “history of substance abuse including an addiction to cocaine and liquor” and admitted to drinking up to three glasses of wine per day.
The notes add: “Familial history of substance abuse, both mother and father have abused and become dependent on stimulants.
“Client admits to a history of anxiety, eating disorder, Attention Deficit Disorder, bipolar disorder, codependence issues and occasional insomnia.
“Client identifies as bisexual, and was married to a female partner prior to current relationship.”
Falati, in her notes, also noted that her client had been “experiencing increased agitation recently and has had several outbursts of anger and rage” saying that “her mood has been labile.”
“Emotional lability is when emotions spin on a pendulum, you see someone sad and quickly transition to extreme happiness, it’s like a pendulum,” she explained when asked about her remarks.
The jury also heard how Falati noted that the actress was jealous and insecure in her 2014 notes.
“Client expressed concern to husband and Dr Kipper [Depp’s personal doctor] she is nervous about being alone while husband is working and expressed she has difficulty dealing with feelings of insecurity and jealousy when not in presence of her husband,” Falati wrote at the time.
In another note, dating to September 2, 2014, Heard allegedly told Falati that she had “difficulty with jealousy issues and anxiety around fiancé’s fame and ability to interact with females often.”
Falati noted that the “general sense of jealousy and anxiety issues” has been mounting over the years.
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