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Amber Heard was diagnosed with three mental disorders. Here's what we know about them


During the trial between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard, clinical psychologist Shannon Curry was invited. She acted as a witness on the side of the actor and diagnosed his ex-wife with psychological disorders.

Through analysis of medical evidence, Heard's behavior, call records and video footage shown in court, Shannon Curry found at least three abnormalities in the actress. Amber Heard and Johnny Depp


Amber Heard and Johnny Depp

borderline personality disorder

BPD is characterized by impulsivity, low self-control, and emotional instability. Such a person is unstable in relationships and in all areas of life, quick-tempered, and in a rage there is no escape from him. The feelings of such a person, if he is in a relationship, can change dramatically from hatred to adoration.


Amber Heard in Aquaman

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

Because of PTSD, a person easily succumbs to panic attacks and aggression. It is characterized by depression, coldness, insensitivity, emotional detachment. Often as a result of this disorder, a person develops cravings for alcohol and drugs as an attempt to cope with the experience.


Amber Heard

Theatrical personality disorder

Patients with TPD lead hyperactive lives, dramatize current events and constantly try to draw the attention of others to their personal lives. They often manipulate people and arrange provocations.

Because of this disorder, Heard is obsessed with her appearance and does not accept responsibility for her actions and deeds, blaming others for this. In addition, persons with ADHD tend to play the role of victim and make up stories to elicit pity.

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