Johnny Depp denies taking 10 MDMA tablets in one sitting

On Wednesday’s stand, Depp denied that he had ever taken 8 to 10 MDMA pills at a time, claiming that he would have died if he had.

On Wednesday, Johnny Depp returned to court for the final week of a defamation trial against his ex-wife, Amber Heard, 36. Johnny Depp sued Heard for $50 million in a 2018 article about survival for the Washington Post. domestic violence.

Depp’s name was not revealed, but the public and media assumed Depp to be him. Depp denied the charges.

The actor was also asked about controversial texts relating to Heard, which a 58-year-old Kentucky native refused to send. Heard’s claims are “absurd, humiliating, ridiculous, painful, savage, incredibly cruel, cruel, all false,” he said.

What did Amber Heard testify against Johnny Depp about taking 10 pills of MDMA?

Amber Heard testified that Johnny Depp took 8 to 10 MDMA pills at a time in March 2015. Heard claimed that the two had a fight, which resulted in Depp attacking her with her bottle of alcohol and cutting off her finger with her broken bottle, but she admitted. The order of events is not necessarily true.

“Have you ever taken 8 or 10 MDMA pills at a time?” The lawyer asked Depp a question.

“No, ma’am, I didn’t.” Depp said with a laugh.

In his testimony, the Pirates of the Caribbean star said that consuming such large amounts of ecstasy would almost certainly result in death.

Meanwhile, Erin Falati, a former nurse at Amber Heard, testified that “I ate mushrooms and MDMA at the same time, and I drank alcohol at the same time.”

What is lethal MDMA capacity?

Excessive use of MDMA can cause thirst, dehydration, sweating, hypothermia-induced chills, heat stroke, convulsions, seizures, and other side effects. It can also lead to dysfunction of vital organs such as the liver, kidneys and heart.

However, lethal factors may vary depending on an individual’s level of tolerance to the drug, the purity of the MDMA, preexisting conditions, the climate or temperature of the place where the drug was ingested, the individual’s moisture level, and other factors.

Other important causes of death from MDMA overdose may include “heat stroke, serotonin toxicity and water poisoning”, according to a study published in 2006 by British researchers AP Hall and JA Henry. As a result, the amount of MDMA that can kill a person varies from person to person.

Ankita Khanra


Ankita Khanrah is a sophomore in the Masters Program in Communication and Journalism (Integrated) at the KIIT Deemed University School of Mass Communication in Bhubaneswar.

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