July 3, 2022

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How does Johnny Depp feel after winning the Amber Heard trial?

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After a long legal battle, Johnny Depp is finally at peace and ready to wave its hands skyward with a blessed slogan of “Hallelujah”! “Six years ago, my life, the lives of my children, the lives of those closest to me, and the lives of the people who supported and believed in me for many years changed forever. And it all changed in an instant. Gaya, the 58-year-old Pirates of the Caribbean darling said in a statement.

The actor recalls how one day, he woke up and found out that false, serious and criminal charges were leveled against him, leading to an endless flood of hatred. “Within a nanosecond, this news went around the world twice and had a seismic effect on my life and career. And six years later, a jury gave my life back to me. I am truly humiliated. Let the case go further. My decision to extend, fully understanding the legal hurdles I would face, was made only after much deliberation,” Depp recalls.

The Edward Scissorhands star stated that his goal was to reveal the truth, no matter what the consequences, because the rule of “always tell the truth” is what he taught his children and supporters. “I feel comfortable knowing that I’ve finally got it,” Johnny said.

Of course, the Hollywood actor thanked his fans for the love, overwhelming support and kindness felt across the world. Furthermore, he hopes that now everyone will consider his behavior and fall back on the principle of “not guilty until proven guilty” both in the courts and in media publications. “The best is yet to come, and a new chapter has finally begun.

This Wednesday in Fairfax, Virginia, a seven-member jury delivered a unanimous verdict after nearly 13 hours of deliberation over the past three days. They decided that Heard, 36, had defamed Johnny in a 2018 article for The Washington Post in which he presented himself as a victim of domestic violence. As a result, Depp was awarded $10 million in non-pecuniary damages and $5 million in punitive damages.

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