British supermodel Kate Moss gave evidence, from Gloucestershire, in defence of Johnny Depp for his US defamation trial against Amber Heard.

Benjamin Chew, attorney for Mr Depp asked the model, who appeared from a location in Gloucestershire, whether Mr Depp had ever pushed her down stairs while they were in a relationship.

“No, he never pushed me, kicked me or threw me down any stairs,” Ms Moss replied.

Kate Moss appeared via videolink in Fairfax County District Court on Wednesday and wore a black blazer and a spotted white shirt.

She had been called for rebuttal for Mr Depp following an earlier accusation by Amber Heard that Johnny Depp had previously pushed the iconic supermodel down a flight of stairs.

In her testimony given on Wednesday, Moss said the actor had “never” pushed her down any stairs, contrary to rumours referenced by Ms Heard during her own evidence.

The British supermodel said Mr Depp, with whom she was in a relationship from 1994 to 1998, had not “pushed, kicked or threw me” down any stairs while they were together.

Her evidence lasted just two minutes as Amber Heards legal team declined to cross examine her.

Both Ms Moss’s and Mr Depp’s evidence came in the final week of the trial, with closing arguments expected on Friday.

On the 21st day of the trial Mr Depp was once again called to the stand and denied the “outlandish, outrageous” claims of abuse brought by his former partner Amber Heard.

Mr Depp is suing Ms Heard over a 2018 article she wrote in the Washington Post, which his lawyers say falsely implies he physically and sexually abused her while they were together.

During his second round of direct evidence on Wednesday, he said: “It’s insane to hear heinous accusations of violence, sexual violence that she has attributed to me, that (Ms Heard) accused me of.

“I don’t think anyone enjoys having to split themselves open and tell the truth, but there are times when one just simply has to because it’s gotten out of control.

He added that the accusations were: “Ridiculous, humiliating, ludicrous, painful, savage, unimaginably brutal, cruel and all false.”

Mr Depp concluded: “No human being is perfect, certainly not, none of us.
“But I have never in my life committed sexual battery, physical abuse.

“All these outlandish, outrageous stories of me committing these things, and living with it for six years and waiting to bring the truth out.”

He continued: “This is not easy for any of us, I know that.
“But no matter what happens, I did get here and I did tell the truth and I have spoken up for what I have been carrying on my back reluctantly for six years.”