Elon Musk challenges Johnny Depp to cage fight over Amber Heard affair rumours

Elon Musk. (PHOTO: SOPA Images/Getty Images)
Elon Musk. (PHOTO: SOPA Images/Getty Images)
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Johnny Depp allegedly threatened to cut off Elon Musk’s manhood.

The SA-born tech entrepreneur has challenged the actor to a cage fight following his accusation that Elon had an affair with his ex-wife Amber Heard, the Mirror reports.

At Johnny Depp’s ongoing libel trial against NGN (News Group Newspapers), the High Court in London was shown a text message he’d sent to his pal Christian Carino in which he threatened to cut off the Tesla billionaire’s penis.

“I'll show him things he's never seen before like the other side of his d**k when I slice it off,” the text read.

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The SpaceX CEO has laughed off the claims and threat.

“If Johnny wants a cage fight, just let me know,” Elon told the New York Times.

“I definitely wasn’t having an affair with Amber while she was married to Johnny, this is totally false,” he added

The tech mogul insists he only started dating Amber after her split from the Pirates of the Caribbean actor, PageSix reports.

The father of six also dismissed claims that he and Amber had a threesome with model Cara Delevingne, in Johnny’s penthouse.

“We didn’t have the threesome, you know. So I think people think these things are generally more salacious than they are,” he said.

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The allegations surfaced in the actor’s libel trial against NGN over a headline in The Sun calling him a “wife-beater” following claims that he was physically abusive to Amber while they were married.

According to Johnny, these suggestions are “sick and completely untrue”.

The star says he was never abusive to Amber and claims she was the abusive one in their relationship.

Amber has denied Johnny’s counterclaims.

The trial continues.

Source: Mirror, New York Times, PageSix