July 3, 2022

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Fans support Depp at a concert in Britain by chanting ‘Innocent’

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American actor Johnny Depp and British guitarist Jeff Beck held a concert in Scotland, writes TMZ.

According to the publication, the cast’s performance sold out. The concert hall in the city of Glasgow was filled to capacity. Depp sang cover versions of songs like What’s Going On? and separation.

He also supported the Hollywood star in an unusual way after he won the lawsuit against his ex-wife Amber Heard. So, Depp fans shouted: “Innocent.”

Earlier it became known that a court in the City of Fairfax, Virginia found Heard guilty of defaming the actor in a defense of his honor and dignity.

The jury also decided that there was malicious intent behind Heard’s allegations against her ex-husband. They also ruled that the actress must pay Depp $15 million in compensation.

Heard’s attorney, Ellen Bradhovet, admitted that the actress would not be able to pay Depp the $10.35 million.
According to Bredekhovt, Hurd certainly will not pay the millions that he has been awarded. Initially, the court ordered Amber to pay $15 million to the actor: compensation in the amount of $10 million, plus a $5 million fine.

The fine was reduced to $350,000. The trial lasted seven weeks. The case was heard in a court in Virginia, where The Washington Post’s printers and servers are located. However, the newspaper was not a defendant in the lawsuit.

During the hearing, lawyers for both the sides produced photographs, audio and video recordings to substantiate their arguments. Testifying was also clinical psychologist Laurel Anderson, who worked with the couple in 2015.

She described their relationship as “mutual violence”. Depp and Heard met on the set of The Rum Diary in 2009 and married in 2015. Divorce proceedings began already in 2016, during which the actress said that her husband used physical and emotional violence against her.

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