Johnny's vaping doorman, four minutes of Kate Moss, Amber recoiling from her ex and the lawyer who objected to his OWN question: Ten videos that captured the drama of $100m Depp v Heard trial
- The $100million Depp-Heard defamation trial has gripped the world with drama
- Pirates of the Caribbean star Depp sued ex-wife Amber Heard for $50million
- The Aquaman actress had called herself a 'figure representing domestic abuse'
- She counter-sued for $100million when Depp's lawyers called her claims 'fake'
- The televised trial in Fairfax, Virginia, has created weeks of shocking footage
- MailOnline has compiled ten videos showing some of the most dramatic moments
It’s the bitter $100million defamation trial that has captivated millions around the world as two Hollywood stars battle it out live on camera.
It has ranged from farcical scenes - with Heard's lawyer at one point objecting to his own question and Depp's doorman vaping during his deposition - to emotional testimony given by Heard alleging in graphic detail that her ex-husband sexually abused her.
Depp, 58, sued Heard, 36, for $50million because she described herself in a Washington Post article as a 'public figure representing domestic abuse'.
Aquaman actress Heard counter-sued for $100million because she said Depp defamed her when his lawyers called her claims a 'sexual violence hoax' and 'fake'.
Here, MailOnline compiles ten videos that capture some of the most dramatic moments from the Virginia trial…
Pirates of the Caribbean star Johnny Depp (pictured today) sued his ex-wife, Aquaman actress Amber Heard, for $50million because she described herself in a Washington Post article as a 'public figure representing domestic abuse'
Amber Heard (pictured today) counter-sued for $100million because she said Depp defamed her when his lawyers called her claims a 'sexual violence hoax' and 'fake'
Amber Heard lawyer objecting his own question
It's never a good sign when you get the rules of the game wrong. Even worse when you're a lawyer in one of the biggest court cases of the day.
It was the embarrassing position Adam Nadelhaft found himself in after he objected to his own question, leading Judge Penney Azcarate to call him out on the error as the world watched on.
Depp and his lawyer seemed to giggled after the incident in the courtroom.
However, it was just the first of many oddities during the trial, which has lasted seven weeks.
Heard's lawyer Adam Nadelhaft got in a spot of trouble when he objected to his own question
Johnny Depp on fingertip that was chopped off: 'I miss it'
It started off as a simple recounting of the facts and ended with a melancholic murmur about the fingertip Depp alleges Heard chopped off.
The Pirates of the Caribbean star said: 'She had thrown a bottle of vodka and cut my finger off. The tip of my finger. A good chunk.'
'I miss it,' he added, with a brief smile.
Actor Johnny Depp displays the middle finger of his hand, injured while he and his ex-wife Amber Heard were in Australia in 2015
Moment officials stop Johnny Depp from walking near Amber Heard
Depp has played a number of visually disturbing characters, from the Mad Hatter in Alice in Wonderland to Edward Scissorhands in the Tim Burton movie of the same name.
But perhaps none were as shocking to Amber Heard, who recoiled at the prospect of her former husband coming within a few meters of her in court.
The Aquaman star stepped back as Depp approached in his sunglasses and suit, only for court officials to raise their hands and usher him away.
Amber Heard recoiled at the prospect of her former husband coming within a few meters of her in court
Kate Moss testifies Depp never pushed her down any stairs
There was always the possibility for a slew of celebrities to appear in the case and Kate Moss's testimony garnered attention across the world.
After she spoke, Depp's lawyer Camille Vasquez brutally cross-examined Heard.
Vasquez asked Heard Thursday: 'When you told this jury you punched Mr. Depp because you thought of Mr. Depp pushing Kate Moss down the stairs, you didn't expect Miss Moss to testify that never happened?'
Heard replied: 'Incorrect, I knew how many people will come out of the woodwork to support Johnny.
'I had heard that rumor from multiple people. Of course that's what flashed through my head when my violent husband not only swung for me but all of a sudden swung for my sister.'
Heard was pressed about why so many other people came out and testified for Depp.
She said: 'I know how many people will come out and say whatever for him. That's his power. That's why I wrote that op-ed. He is a very powerful man and people love currying favor with powerful men.'
British supermodel and Johnny Depp's ex Kate Moss testified that Depp did NOT push her down the stairs during a trip in Jamaica
Amber says Depp did a 'cavity search' on her looking for cocaine
Heard gave emotional testimony about Depp's alleged abuse while he was high on drugs and searching for cocaine.
Her voice trembling throughout, Heard said Depp was hunting for cocaine when he tore away the top part of her pink dress, grabbed her breasts and touched her thighs.
She said he had accused her of hiding his drugs. Heard, who was visibly emotional, said the multi-millionaire actor then ripped off her underwear and 'shoved his fingers inside' her for a 'cavity search'.
Heard was visibly emotional as she described how Depp allegedly 'shoved his fingers inside' her after he ripped off her underwear while looking for cocaine
Depp's SUV blaring out Bob Marley's 'Exodus' in court parking lot
Depp created a stir when he arrived at Fairfax County Court, Virginia, on April 27 in a black SUV that was blaring out Bob Marley's Exodus.
Looking directly at the camera filming him he said he was going 'back in the little room again'.
He then waved to and thanked his adoring fans, who were shouting that they loved him.
Depp is seen holding his notebook up to his face as he entered court Wednesday. The notebook appears to be stuffed with papers
While in the courtroom, the 58-year-old actor has been seen doodling between testimony with a purple marker
Depp appears to keep a supply of jelly beans and mints on hand, next to his large tumbler filled with black coffee
Throughout the trial Depp appears to have a few quirks to keep him sane, including carrying a lucky $2 bill
Johnny Depp and Camille Vasquez get tactile in the courtroom
Lawyers aren't known for being particularly touchy-feely but that hasn't stopped Depp, 58, and his attorney Camille Vasquez, 38, from getting tactile with each other.
Viewers have pointed out that Depp is enjoying a 'special relationship' with Vasquez, who is 20 years his junior.
Yet while rumors swirl around Vasquez's relationship with her client, she hasn't taken her eye off the ball and instead has garnered quite a reputation after she eviscerated Heard on the stand.
Using 'eye contact and charm': A body language expert said Depp displays warm behavior with Vasquez'
Lawyers aren't known for being particularly touchy-feely but that hasn't stopped Depp, 58, and his attorney Camille Vasquez, 38, from getting tactile with each other
The body language expert said Vasquez's 'flirtatious' behavior is likely a very conscious tactic to try and boost her client's case, explaining that the romantic gestures between them are helping Depp appear more likeable
Body language expert Judi James analyzed the non-verbal relationship between Depp, 58, and his lawyer Vasquez, 38, in the courtroom during his $100 million defamation case against ex-wife Heard, 36
Johnny Depp's doorman VAPES and drives off during deposition
Footage of the trial that immediately went viral was Johnny Depp's doorman Alejandro Romero giving a 'bizarre' deposition that was pre-recorded on a cell phone from his car.
At one point Romero could be seen blowing smoke out his nose having apparently just taken a drag from a vaping device.
Losing patience he began to drive around, still talking to one of Heard's lawyers on his phone, which was stuck on his dashboard.
Depp cracked up with laughter as Romero described how Amber Heard asked him to investigate an intruder due to scratches on their front door - which were caused by the dog.
After the deposition, Judge Azcarate laughed and said: 'I've seen a lot of things but I've never seen that.'
At one point Romero could be seen blowing smoke out his nose having apparently just taken a hit from a vaping device. Losing patience he began to drive around, still talking to one of Heard's lawyers on his phone which was stuck on his dashboard
He also spoke of his frustration at having to speak to the lawyers. He said: 'Ugh. I'm so stressed out because of this, I don't want to deal with this any more'
Why Johnny Depp refuses to make eye contact with Amber Heard
In another bizarre turn of events, Depp's lawyers revealed the Pirates of the Caribbean star vowed Heard would not see his eyes again.
His attorneys played a recording of the troubled couple arguing in which Depp told Heard: 'You will not see my eyes again.'
Camille Vasquez said this was the reason Depp had avoided eye contact with Heard for the entirety of the trial.
She said he was fulfilling a promise to Heard after the actress accused him of being an abuser.
In another bizarre turn of events, Depp's lawyers revealed the Pirates of the Caribbean star vowed Heard would not see his eyes again. Camille Vasquez said this was the reason Depp had avoided eye contact with Heard for the entirety of the trial
Depp's lawyer relentlessly objects leaving Amber's lawyer floundering
Again Camille Vasquez showed her legal flare, this time objecting to Heard's own lawyer, Elaine Bredehoft, 11 times until the attorney huffed and admitted she had no more questions to ask.
It led to Bredehoft receiving sympathy from Johnny Depp supporters who claim the actress' lawyer looks 'drained'.
It came amid reports that Heard has had screaming matches with her legal team outside the courtroom, allegedly furious they have not done a thorough job in shielding her public image.
Actor Amber Heard stands with her attorney Elaine Bredehoft in the courtroom during her ex-husband Johnny Depp's defamation case against her at the Fairfax County Circuit Courthouse in Fairfax, Virginia