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Heard was asked by her lawyer, Elaine Bredehoft, to explain why Depp, 58, cannot look at her.
The 36-year-old was asked the same question by Depp's lawyer, Camille Vasquez.
“Mr Depp hasn’t looked at you once this entire trial, has he?” Vasquez asked.
Heard replied: “Not that I’ve noticed, no.”
Vasquez stated that Heard had looked at Depp while in court, and then asked her to explain the alleged reason why he won't look back.
Depp's lawyers have claimed that the Pirates of the Caribbean actor vowed his ex-wife would 'never see his eyes again'.
Spectators across social media are largely divided over Depp's body language, with some viewers arguing that his lack of eye contact is a sign of a domestic abuse victim forced to face their abuser in court.
This month, lawyer and host of Court TV, Julie Grant, spoke to Good Morning Britain about Amber's testimony and described Johnny Depp's behaviour as concerning.'
Earlier in the week, Vasquez showed the court pictures taken in the days after the alleged domestic abuse as well as footage from Heard’s interview on The Late Late Show With James Corden in December 2015.
There were no signs of bruising or swelling in the pictures or footage, however Heard claimed she used makeup to disguise her injuries.
Vasquez also questioned the Rum Diary actress about her pledge to donate her full $7 million (£5,613,300) divorce settlement to the ACLU and the Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles.
She admitted that despite claiming under oath in Depp’s 2020 libel case against The Sun that she had made the donations, she has not made the full contribution.
Meanwhile, Heard’s friend iO Tillet Wright testified that Depp experienced ‘bouts of jealousy’ and claimed Depp confessed there had been ‘rage activities’ in his past relationships with Winona Ryder, Kate Moss and Vanessa Paradis.
Depp is suing Heard in a $50 million (£40.1million) defamation lawsuit for an op-ed she wrote for The Washington Post in 2018.
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