Naomi Campbell will all the time have Kate Moss’ again.
The style took to her Instagram Stories on Wednesday to reward her buddy for taking the witness stand on behalf of Johnny Depp and his ongoing criminal struggle with ex-wife Amber Heard.
“YES WAGON TELL IT !! @ katemossagency,” Campbell, 52, wrote, the use of the nickname she has used for Moss, 48, for years.
Campbell’s phrases have been accompanied by way of a screengrab of a piece of writing recapping Moss’ statements in court docket, by which the style denied Heard’s declare that Depp driven her down a flight of stairs right through their ’90s romance.
As up to now reported, Moss was once known as as a rebuttal witness for Depp, 58, in his $50 million defamation lawsuit towards Heard, 36. The trial is now in its 6th and ultimate week in Fairfax County Circuit Court in Virginia.
“He by no means driven me, kicked me, or threw me down any stairs,” Moss stated over video from Gloucester, England.
Moss informed jurors that she fell down a flight of stairs and injured herself right through a wet night time in Jamaica on the GoldenEye Resort.
“Johnny had left the room ahead of I did, and there were a rainstorm. And as I left the room, I slid down the steps and harm my again,” she testified.
“I screamed as a result of I didn’t know what took place to me and I used to be in ache. And [Depp] got here operating again to lend a hand me and carried me to my room and were given me scientific consideration.”
Depp’s lawyer Ben Chew then requested Moss, “Did Mr. Depp push you by any means down the steps?”
She asserted, “No.”
Moss was once 20 and Depp was once 31 after they dated from 1994 till 1997. Following their break up, the actor moved on with now-ex Vanessa Paradis. Depp and Paradis, 49, proportion youngsters Lily-Rose, 22, and Jack, 20.
Though Moss as soon as described her breakup with Depp as a “nightmare,” she has remained resolutely supportive of the “Pirates of the Caribbean” megastar.
“There’s no person that’s ever truly been ready to handle me,” Moss informed Vanity Fair in 2012. “Johnny did for a little bit.”