Editor's note: Some testimony contains graphic language and descriptions of sexual and physical assault.
Johnny Depp called his ex-wife's accusations of sexual and physical abuse "insane" Wednesday as he returned to the witness stand in hisagainst Amber Heard.
"Ridiculous, humiliating, ludicrous, painful, savage, unbelievably brutal, cruel, and all false," Depp said when asked about his reaction to hearing Heard's allegations when she testified earlier in the trial.
Depp was testifying Wednesday as a rebuttal witness - both he and Heard each testified extensively earlier in the trial.
He gave some specific responses to some of the particular allegations levied by Heard and also her sister, Whitney Henriquez, who provided some of Heard's strongest corroborating testimony.
He concluded the questioning by his attorneys with a final denial of the allegations.
"I have never in my life committed sexual battery, physical abuse, all these outlandish, outrageous stories of me committing these things," he said. "And living with it for six years, and waiting to be able to bring the truth out."
He said that "no matter what happens I did get here and I did tell the truth and I have spoken up for what I've been carrying on my back, reluctantly, for six years."
In cross-examining Depp, Heard's lawyers took aim at that claim, quizzing the actor about his earlier lawsuit against the U.K.'s Sun newspaper, which referred to him as a "wifebeater." Depp lost that defamation case.
Heard's attorney, J. Benjamin Rottenborn, also read text messages between Depp and his assistant in which he used vulgar terms to refer to a woman's sexual organs and said "I NEED. I WANT. I TAKE." Depp called the idea that he had written if he wanted to be with a woman sexually, she was rightfully his, "ludicrous."
"You can pull up what you like, I've never said those words. There's not enough hubris in me," he told Heard's attorney, suggesting the text was doctored or someone might have commandeered his phone. "That's quite grotesque."
Depp is suing Heard in Fairfax County Circuit Court over a December 2018 op-ed she wrote in The Washington Post describing herself as "a public figure representing domestic abuse." His lawyers say he was defamed by the article even though it never mentioned his name.
Depp hashe ever struck Heard, and says she was the abuser in the relationship. Heard has more than a dozen separate instances of physical abuse she says she suffered at Depp's hands.
Depp also disputed a claim made by Heard that Depp had nothing to do with getting her a role in the superhero blockbuster "Aquaman." When Heard testified, she was clearly offended by a question from Depp's lawyers insinuating Depp got her the role.
Depp, though, said that after Heard auditioned for the role, he talked to the studio on her behalf. He was barred from discussing the details of his conversations when Heard's lawyers objected, but said that "ultimately she did get the job, so hopefully, I suppose, I had curbed their worries to some degree."
On cross-examination, though, jurors saw a text message sent after Heard filed for divorce in which Depp told his sister, "I want her replaced in that WB (Warner Bros.) film."
Still, when Heard's lawyer asked Depp whether he tried to get Heard fired from "Aquaman," he denied it. He said instead that he just felt duty-bound to let the studio know "that it was going to end up ugly" if they kept Heard in the film.
Also Wednesday, supermodel Kate Moss, a former girlfriend of Depp, denied that she had ever been pushed or assaulted by Depp during the course of their relationship.
Moss also testified as a rebuttal witness. Heard, in her testimony, made a reference to Moss and a rumor that Depp had pushed Moss down a set of stairs when they dated.
Moss, in testimony provided by video link, said Depp never assaulted her. She said she did once slip down a flight of stairs after a rainstorm at a Jamaican resort, and that Depp came to her aid.
She testified for less than 5 minutes and was not cross-examined.
Depp also addressed the accusation in his testimony, saying it happened just as Moss said. He said he'd told the story about Moss to Heard years ago and "Ms. Heard took the story and turned it into a very ugly incident, all in her mind."
Highlights of Heard's testimony
Amber Heard testified she knew she should leave Johnny Depp the first time he hit her, but she couldn't bring herself to do it.
"I knew I couldn't just forgive him, right, because that means it will happen again. Like, I've seen the health class videos," Heard told the court through tears as she took the stand in Depp's libel lawsuit against her. "I was heartbroken."
Watch the video for some of the highlights from her testimony.
Highlights of Depp's testimony
Depp spent severalearlier in the trial, in which he acknowledged drug and alcohol use and sending texts with vulgar language about Heard, but denied the allegations of abuse. Watch the video for some of the highlights from his testimony.