Amber Heard drew herself into more controversy by insulting the judge and jury after giving testimony over an alleged domestic violence.

The Los Angeles Times said Camille Vasquez, Johnny Depp's lawyer, grilled Heard during cross-examination on Tuesday and further gave her a hard time. 

The lawyer questioned her about the claimed domestic violence episodes and showed her photographs that showed no injuries to her face or body parts.

"I've never assaulted anyone I've been romantically involved with," the "Aquaman" actor stood steady and defended herself.

But as a fresh video showed her disrespecting the judge and jury after taking the stand, Heard found herself in hot water.

A now-viral video of the actress walking out of the courtroom before the jury emerged on the Twitter feed of  Law&Crime Trial Network executive producer Cathy Russon.

"When #AmberHeard was done testifying, the judge told her she could have a seat next to her attorney, twice, - instead - Heard walked out of the courtroom before the jury had the opportunity to leave for the break," the caption says.

She is twice told by the judge to take a seat close to her attorney. However, the obnoxious actress exits the courtroom and chugs her water in front of the judge.

Before taking a 15-minute break, Heard was expected to sit down. Viewers lambasted her for departing before the jury, calling it an obvious act of disrespect.

Depp's admirers are now hoping that, because they have seen that she is disagreeable, the jury will as well.During the cross-examination, Vasquez asked a surprising question about Heard punching her ex-girlfriend Tasya van Ree in 2009.

While Depp's lawyer pressed her on whether she attacked van Ree in a Seattle airport and conducted domestic violence against her, Heard flatly denied it.

After slapping van Ree in the arm, the actress was charged with assault. The Guardian  said two cops saw the incident, but prosecutors declined to pursue the case.

According to Ree, heard was "wrongfully accused" of violence, who published a statement at the time, calling the disagreement a "misunderstanding."

The 2009 brawl was only discovered in 2016. Van Ree defended Heard at the time, when the actress accused him of creating the piece.

TMZ obtained the old narrative shortly after Heard filed for a temporary restraining order (TRO) against Depp in 2016, Yahoo! News said.

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