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Kate Moss ‘will tell Depp case that he “caught her” when she slipped and fell down steps in Jamaica’

British model Kate Moss will testify that her ex-boyfriend Johnny Depp “caught and treated her” after she slipped while wearing flip-flops and fell down some steps in Jamaica, sources say.

Moss, 48, who dated Depp from 1994 to 1997, will appear in the actor’s libel trial against ex-wife Amber Heard on Wednesday.

The famous private model, who rarely talks about her personal life, will testify publicly in support of Depp and is expected to shut down Heard’s claim that the 58-year-old pushed Moss down the stairs.

A source familiar with the case told the New York Post Moss will talk about an incident when he was “walking down some stairs in Jamaica.”

‘He was wearing flip-flops and slipped on the last two steps. Johnny caught her and tended to her.

Heard mentioned the model in her testimony earlier this month, saying she felt connected to Moss because of a rumor that Depp pushed her down the stairs when they were dating in the 1990s.

But by bringing up the alleged misconduct, Heard inadvertently allowed Depp’s lawyers to call her as a witness to discuss the rumour, which sources say is untrue.

In fact, after Heard raised the allegation, Depp’s legal team could be seen fist bumping and celebrating.

Kate Moss, 48, who dated Johnny Depp (pictured together in 1995) from 1994 to 1997, will appear in the actor's libel trial against his ex-wife Amber Heard on Wednesday.

Kate Moss, 48, who dated Johnny Depp (pictured together in 1995) from 1994 to 1997, will appear in the actor’s libel trial against his ex-wife Amber Heard on Wednesday.

The famous private model, who rarely speaks about her personal life, will testify publicly in support of Depp and is expected to shut down Heard's claim that the 58-year-old pushed Moss down the stairs.  Pictured: Heard in Virginia court on Monday

The famous private model, who rarely speaks about her personal life, will testify publicly in support of Depp and is expected to shut down Heard’s claim that the 58-year-old pushed Moss down the stairs. Pictured: Heard in Virginia court on Monday

After Amber Heard named the supermodel on Thursday, Depp's legal team could be seen celebrating.

After Amber Heard named the supermodel on Thursday, Depp’s legal team could be seen celebrating.

It comes as Heard’s legal team announced yesterday that they have changed their minds and will not call Depp back to the witness stand because he would be as “relevant to us as a bicycle is to a fish”.

“Everything Depp has testified to this point has been irrelevant to the heart of this case, and there is no reason to believe it would be any different now,” Heard’s attorney said.

Heard first referenced Moss on May 5, when he told jurors about a fight in March 2015 in which he punched Depp in the face for fear he would push his sister, Whitney, down the stairs.

‘[Whitney’s] The back was on the ladder, and Johnny is swinging at it,” Heard said. “I don’t hesitate, I don’t wait, I just, in my head, instantly think of Kate Moss and the stairs.

And I hit him.

Heard, 36, had previously mentioned the rumor during Depp’s 2022 UK trial against The Sun, which had branded him a “wife beater”.

While describing the same fight, Heard said at the time: “I remembered information that I had heard [that] He pushed an ex-girlfriend, I think it was Kate Moss, down the stairs.

“I had heard this rumor from two people and it was fresh in my mind.”

Depp ended up losing that case after the UK’s top court upheld most of Heard’s abuse allegations.

But by naming Moss in federal court in Fairfax, Virginia, her attorneys can now call her as a witness and deny that the incident occurred.

British model Kate Moss will testify that her ex-boyfriend Johnny Depp

British model Kate Moss will testify that her ex-boyfriend Johnny Depp “catch her and took care of her” after she tripped over her flip-flops and fell down some steps in Jamaica, sources said. In the photo: Moss and Depp in 1995 in California

A source close to the case told the Post that Moss’ testimony about falling down a set of stairs won’t help Heard.

“Johnny picked Kate up and carried her – this was not Amber’s frightening interpretation of events,” the source said, adding that Depp’s legal team has been speaking with Moss over the past week.

“Kate has nothing to gain from testifying, but she feels very strongly about defending her friend,” the source added.

The defamation trial revolves around a 2018 Washington Post op-ed written by Heard in which she referred to herself as a “public figure representing domestic abuse.” Depp is suing his ex-wife for $50 million, alleging defamation in the op-ed, while Heard has countersued for $100 million defamation of the actor.

The couple married in a private civil ceremony at their Los Angeles home in February 2015, but after just 15 months of marriage, Heard filed for divorce in May 2016, citing irreconcilable differences. Four days later, a judge issued a temporary restraining order against Depp over allegations of domestic violence.

Moss and Depp dated for four years before they split in 1997, but they were still seen together in public at the Cannes Film Festival in May 1998.

Their relationship was difficult at times, People reports, with people claiming they were seen in public yelling at each other.

The defamation trial revolves around a 2018 Washington Post op-ed written by Heard in which she referred to herself as a

The defamation trial revolves around a 2018 Washington Post op-ed written by Heard in which she referred to herself as a “public figure representing domestic abuse.” Depp is suing his ex-wife for $50 million, alleging defamation in the op-ed, while Heard has countersued for $100 million defamation of the actor. Pictured: Depp in Fairfax court on Monday

And on September 13, 1994, Depp was arrested for criminal mischief at the Mark Hotel in New York City for allegedly vandalizing his hotel room.

When police arrived around 5:30 a.m. that day, they found Depp “in a state of possible intoxication” and Moss uninjured.

A criminal court judge later dismissed charges against the Pirates of the Caribbean star on the condition that he stay out of trouble for six months, and Depp paid the hotel close to $10,000, including more than $2,000 in damages. and damages plus the invoice for the rest. of your reservation.

Still, in a 2012 interview with vanity Fair, Moss said she spent ‘years’ crying over Depp after their relationship ended.

‘There is no one who has been able to take care of me. Johnny did it for a while. I believed what he said,” he told the magazine. ‘As if to say ‘What do I do?’, He would say to me. And that’s what I missed when I left.

“I really lost track of someone I could trust,” he continued, calling it a “nightmare.”

DailyMail.com has contacted Moss’s representatives for comment.

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