Chris Rock mocks Amber Heard over bed pooping story, jokes she is 'guilty of everything'

  • 16/05/2022

Chris Rock has labelled Amber Heard "guilty of everything" in her sensational trial against ex Johnny Depp, joking about how she shouldn't be believed.

The comedian made the comments during a stand-up show in the UK during which he also made fun of Depp for continuing the relationship even after claiming Heard defecated in his bed in an alleged act of spite.

Rock was joking about 'cancel culture' during the performance, bringing up Heard and Depp in the segment when he riffed on the world's "new rules" for sex and dating.

A warning - the jokes are intended for an adult audience and may offend some readers.

"If we start f**king [and] you want that shit rough, you got to ask for it," Rock said, according to LADbible.

"Believe all women, believe all women - except Amber Heard. What the f**k is she on? She shit in his bed! She's fine, but she's not shitting fine. She shit in his bed. Once you shit in someone's bed, you just guilty of everything.

"What the f**k is going on there? Wow. And they had a relationship after that. It must be amazing p***y. I've been with some crazy bitches but goddamnit."

Heard and Depp are in the midst of a lengthy trial in the US after he filed a US$50 million defamation lawsuit against her and she countersued for US$100 million.

The allegation Heard relieved herself in Depp's bed is not new, but resurfaced during the trial. During a previous trial in the UK, Heard denied Depp's accusation of spiteful defecation.

"That's absolutely disgusting," Heard said in court in 2020. "I cannot fathom what adult would do such a thing."

Rock was notoriously attacked on stage by Will Smith at the Oscars in March, which he referenced briefly during the London show.

As he walked onstage he reportedly said he was "okay" and has "most of" his hearing back, then again appeared to reference the slap during a bit about contemporary society being too sensitive. 

"Everybody's scared, you know... the whole world is scared of offending. So people are talking less. So there's a lot of nodding," he said.

"[People say] you've got to be careful because words hurt, words hurt... you know, anybody who's ever said words hurt has never been punched in the face."

Rock performed in London as part of his Ego Death tour, which is coming to New Zealand in August.

Tickets are on sale now for the shows, which are scheduled to take place at Auckland's Spark Arena and Christchurch Arena.