Johnny Depp Has Won a Defamation Suit Against His Ex-wife Amber Heard
A US court has fined actress Amber Heard 1.5 million in a defamation case and ruled that actress Amber Heard defamed her ex-husband Johnny Depp. According to a report by the foreign news agency 'Reuters', during the trial which lasted for 6 weeks, clear, pictorial evidence and details of the bitter relationship between the former Hollywood couple were presented.
The Virginia court also ruled in favor of Amber Heard in some aspects of the counterclaim against Johnny Depp. The court ordered Amber Heard to pay 1.5 million in damages to Johnny Depp, while the panel also fined Johnny Depp 20 million.
Johnny Depp, a 58-year-old actor who played the lead role in the popular film 'Pirates of the Caribbean, had filed a 50 million lawsuit, claiming that Umbert Heard, in a newspaper article, had Defamed Johnny Depp as a personality.
In a counter-lawsuit against Johnny Depp for 100 million, Johnny Depp's lawyer defamed Johnny Depp by calling his allegations "fake." Johnny Depp has denied the allegations in a statement issued Friday stating "Similar, baseless allegations concerning Amber Heard's case have been made more than once.
Johnny Depp and Umbert Heard met in 2011 during the shooting of the movie 'The Rum Diary'. They got married in 2015 and divorced two years later. The lawsuit was settled out of court in December 2018 with a commentary by the Washington Post on domestic violence, which did not include Johnny Depp's name, but his lawyer did. It clearly refers to Johnny Depp.
During the six-week hearing, the attorney for Umbert Heard argued that he had told the truth that his remarks under the First Amendment of the US Constitution cover freedom of expression.
During the hearing, the court heard recordings of the couple arguing and saw a graphic image of Depp's bloody finger, which Johnny Depp said injured his finger when Amber Hurd threw a bottle of vodka at him in 2015.
Embrard Heard denies accusing Depp of injuring his finger, saying Depp sexually abused him under the influence of alcohol, saying he had killed Johnny Depp just to defend himself or his sister. ۔
The hearing was widely broadcast live on social media, with a large audience listening to details of the couple's troubled relationship. Johnny Depp, one of Hollywood's most famous stars, has said that he has paid the price for Umbardhurd's accusations in every possible way. Given to someone else.
Nearly two years ago, Johnny Depp lost a defamation suit against a British newspaper, The Sun, which had dubbed him "the man who killed his wife," a London High Court judge has ruled. That Johnny Depp repeatedly attacked Amber Heard.
Johnny Depp's lawyers filed the lawsuit in Fairfax County, Virginia, because the Washington Post is based there, but the newspaper was not named in the lawsuit.