Amber Heard: Johnny Depp Cut Off His Own Finger, Accused Me of Cheating With Billy Bob Thornton!

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The ongoing Johnny Depp-Amber Heard divorce drama may have officially reached peak insanity.

When footage of Depp drunkenly shouting at Heard emerged online over the weekend, we were fully prepared to dub this the most acrimonious celebrity split in recent history, and we didn't think things could get much uglier.

To our surprise, however, the situation got darker and much, much weirder today after TMZ obtained photos that are being used as evidence of Depp's abuse in a trial that's set to begin on Wednesday.

One of the pics (Warning: It's graphic.) shows Depp's bloodied finger, the tip of which he allegedly sliced off by accident during a fit of rage.

It's not clear exactly how Depp sustained the injury, but believe it or not, things took an even more appalling turn after he lopped off part of his digit.

According to Heard, Depp was drunk and high on ecstasy at the time of the incident, which occurred in March, while the couple was living in Australia for the filming of the fifth Pirates of the Caribbean film.

Heard had recently filmed a movie with Billy Bob Thornton, and she says Depp was under the mistaken impression that she had carried on an affair with her co-star.

Her version of events holds that in his wild drink-and-drug-induced rage, Depp dipped his severed finger tip in blue paint that was lying around (Amber is an amateur painter.) and scrawled a bizarre message on a mirror:

Johnny Depp: Amber Heard Slept With Billy Bob

It looks as though the text reads, "Starring Billy Bob and Easy Amber."

It's not easy decipher, but then, we imagine it's hard to write legibly using paint and your own severed fingertip.

Neither party has addressed this latest development publicly, but it's expected that Depp will be forced to answer for it in court on Wednesday.

We'll have further updates on this increasingly strange story as more information becomes available.

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