Amber Heard's Cross-Examination to Begin in Johnny Depp Trial on Monday. Amber Heard's cross-examination in her

domestic violence trial against Johnny Depp is scheduled to begin on Monday, May 8. The trial will resume after a two-week

break. Heard appeared on the stand earlier this month to claim that the actor threw an iPhone at her and then struck

her cheek and eye during an argument in their bedroom on May 21, 2016, according to Reuters. Amber Heard's cross-

examination is expected to begin in Johnny Depp's ongoing divorce trial. Heard has claimed that Depp committed

domestic violence against her, and she presented photographic evidence of injuries she said he inflicted. But

Depp's legal team has argued that their marriage was volatile, and they say his alleged abuse should not keep him from

getting spousal support. The trial will be Heard's first chance to directly counter these claims of abuse. That includes

responding to specific allegations that have been made against her during the trial, like Depp's lawyers saying that

Heard manufactured bruises with a pair of costume-jewelry earrings in an attempt to frame him for domestic violence

charges. Amber Heard's cross-examination is expected to begin in Johnny Depp's ongoing divorce trial. Heard has