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Elon Musk visited Amber Heard when Johnny Depp was not at home, concierge tells court

 “From March 2015 onwards, Ms Heard was visited regularly late at night," concierge claimed.

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The founder of Tesla, Elon Musk regularly visited Amber Heard late at night at  Johnny Depp’s Los Angeles penthouse, reports have emerged.

Alejandro Romero, a concierge at the Eastern Columbia Building, said in a written witness statement as part of Depp’s libel trial that the actress, 34, gave Musk his own fob to access the apartment.

“From March 2015 onwards, Ms Heard was visited regularly late at night, at around 11pm to midnight, by Mr Elon Musk. For his initial visits, I would receive a call from Ms Heard who would tell me to give Mr Musk access to the garage for the building and then send him up to the penthouse,” the statement said.

“After he had made a few visits, Ms Heard provided Mr Musk with his own garage remote and a fob to Mr Depp’s penthouse. I believe he visited Ms Heard a few times a week and he would always visit when Mr Depp was not at home,” he added.

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The statement was written in support of Johnny’s libel action against News Group Newspapers for claiming him as a “wife beater,” which he denies.

Romero also claimed he “did not notice any bruises, cuts, swelling, red marks or any other injuries of any kind to Ms Heard’s face” when he saw her on May 25, 2016,

Heard claims that on May 21, 2016, Depp, 57, threw a phone over her and ruined objects during a row at the penthouse, which he denies. Romero said that on May 25, Heard asked him to check the apartment “to check that no-one was there and that it was safe.”

Romero said he searched two penthouses, accompanied by Heard and her friend Raquel Pennington, between about 10.30 p.m. and 11.30 p.m., and claimed “during my search, I did not see another person or anything to cause concern, at any point.”

the authorSamra Mazhar