Johnny Depp And Amber Heard Go To Court: A recent trial between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard was held in Virginia. The court heard the case regarding alleged defamation of character between Depp and Heard.
In this article, we discuss how Johnny Depp filed a lawsuit against Heard and how his lawyers plan to appeal the verdict. In addition, we explain that a former nurse of Heard testified that she did not believe Heard’s allegations.
Johnny Depp And Amber Heard Go To Court
Johnny Depp Sued Johnny Heard For Defamation
In a lawsuit filed in the U.S., Johnny Depp sued his former wife, actress Amber Heard, for defamation. The alleged defamation was found in an op-ed written by Heard in the Washington Post in 2018. While Depp did not comment publicly on the matter, the lawsuit asserted that Heard’s public fall from grace began years before the op-ed.
Heard Filed A Restraining Order Against Him
Amber Heard has filed a restraining order against actor Johnny Depp. The actress alleges that Depp is addicted to drugs and alcohol, has a short temper, and is not adept at anger management. She requested that Depp complete 52 weeks of anger management classes, but her request was denied Friday.
The actress plans to file a motion for a hearing in June. In late May, police in Los Angeles responded to a complaint about the couple’s relationship. Amber Heard’s lawyer Samantha Spector had written to Depp’s lawyer Jason Bloom, asking him to cooperate with the court. In the letter, she referred to a fight the actress and Depp had three days earlier.
Heard’s Lawyers Plan To Appeal The Verdict
After the jury found Johnny Depp guilty of defaming Amber Heard in a lawsuit, the actor and his lawyers have filed a notice of appeal. They claim the jury was influenced by lopsided social media commentary about the relationship between the two. While this was the case during the trial, the verdict is still an appealable one. The actor and his lawyers are expected to appeal the verdict, so a final ruling is expected soon.
Heard’s Former Nurse Testifies That She Didn’t Believe Heard’s Allegations
After hearing the two-hour video deposition, Amber Heard’s former nurse Erin Falati testified in court that she didn’t believe Johnny Depp when he made the claims against him. Falati recalled that Heard was “frustrated” during dinner and was yelling. “I was very surprised,” she wrote to the court.
Juror Says Vile Text Messages From Depp Hurt Her Reputation
The case has gotten attention in Hollywood because of a pair of allegations. Amber Heard was accused of yelling at Depp, and the movie star was allegedly left bruised in the process. The jury has listened to audio clips of the argument and read excerpts from Depp’s contrition letter to Heard.
During cross-examination, Depp said that he was not aware of the text messages, but expressed disapproval of the articles about him. However, the jury also heard from Heard’s attorney, Joel Mandel, who said he had never heard of such a thing from Depp.