July 4, 2022

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Amber Heard to appeal defamation verdict against Johnny Depp

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The lawsuit between ex-husbands Johnny Depp and Amber Heard was watched all over the world. The actor, we remember, sued the ex-wife, accusing her of defamation, after she publicly accused him of domestic violence. The day before, the jury finally ruled: the actress was found guilty and ordered to pay compensation to her ex-lover in the amount of $ 15 million.

To say that Amber was unhappy with the decision would be an understatement. After the conclusion of the proceedings, she said she was disappointed and deeply upset by the verdict and called it a “failure”.
However, the Aquaman star is not one to give up. According to the actress’ spokeswoman, Heard plans to appeal the decision. However, it is not clear on what grounds she will appeal. For her complaint to be upheld, the actress must prove that the judge made mistakes during the trial or in her interpretation of the law. He also has to pay bail of $10.35 million.

When the actress left the court with her sister Whitney, she looked sad. Johnny Depp, apparently confident in his victory, did not appear for the announcement of the verdict – he was represented in court by lawyers. The actor celebrates victory with rock stars Jeff Beck and Sam Fender at a UK pub.

“Six years ago, my life, the lives of my children, the lives of those closest to me, as well as the lives of those who have supported and believed in me over the years, changed forever. And now, six years later, The jury gave me my life back,” Depp said. The whole world is watching Johnny Depp and Amber Heard for more than a month. The jury retired last week to reach a final decision. It may be recalled that the actor accused his ex-wife of defamation and demanded $50 million in damages from her. However, a jury ordered the Aquaman star to pay her ex-husband $10 million and a $5 million fine.

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