When does the trial of Johnny Depp begin today? What Kate Moss said in court while giving evidence and how to watch

The defamation case between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard is almost over. 

The trial, which has been streamed live to millions of people, is set to conclude on Friday. 

Today's proceedings will be watched closely since supermodel Kate Moss is scheduled to testify in Depp's defense. 

What time is today's Depp-Heard trial? 

Every day at 9 a.m. eastern time, the trial begins and ends at 5 p.m. 

That means the action starts at 2 p.m. UK time and ends at 10 p.m. 

When will Kate Moss make an appearance? 

On Wednesday, Moss testified via video link, denying that Depp ever pushed her down the stairs while they were together. 

In the 1990s, the supermodel dated Depp for four years.

During Heard's evidence, Moss was brought up in court when she detailed a time when Depp allegedly "swung at" Heard's sister as she was standing near a stairway. 

Heard compared it to an allegation that Depp shoved Moss down a flight of stairs in the 1990s, which Depp denies and which Moss has never publicly discussed until recently. 

Heard made the same claim during Depp's libel lawsuit against The Sun in 2020. "He was ready to shove her down the stairs, and the moment before that happened, I remembered information I had heard about him pushing a past girlfriend — I believe it was Kate Moss – down the stairs," she testified in court. 

On Wednesday, however, while being questioned by Depp's lawyer, Ben Chew, Moss said:

From 1994 through 1998, Depp and Moss dated for about four years. 

"There's nobody who's ever really been able to take care of me," Moss told Vanity Fair in 2012 regarding their relationship. For a while, Johnny did. I was convinced by what he stated. He'd tell me what I do if I asked, "What do I do?" That's what I missed when I moved away. I'd completely lost my sense of who I could trust."

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