Whitney Henriquez, Amber Heard‘s sister, said in court that Johnny Depp was “vehemently opposed” to the Aquaman actor’s work and would even dictate her wardrobe style.
Henriquez disclosed that the Pirates of the Caribbean star had concerns with his then-wife working during her testimony in the multi-million-dollar defamation trial on Wednesday.
Heard “went from being allowed to wear whatever she wanted to what his stylist decided,” she alleged in court.
“Her style became more conservative over time,” Henriquez added. She went on to say that Depp disliked Heard doing any jobs.
“At first, he was stating he was concerned about the kinds of jobs she was taking, and then all of a sudden he had an issue with her taking any job or audition,” the witness told the court.
“I don’t understand why she needs to work,” Henriquez recalled Depp saying, “I’ll take care of her.”
“In the end, he was adamantly opposed to her working at all,” she continued.
Depp was anxious about her sister having affairs, which Henriquez denies, and would ask Heard about why she needed to work when he could “take care of her,” according to the witness.
She also stated that Heard was not allowed to save any passwords on her phone throughout her live testimony, and that anytime the couple fought, “a device would get destroyed.”