Camille Vasquez, a lawyer for Johnny Depp, is making dating enquiries once more after an encounter with the paparazzi. Several observers have speculated that the actor and his lawyer in his defamation case against his ex-wife Amber Heard are dating, owing to several defamations he encountered throughout his trial.
Camille asked whether she and Johnny were dating by aTMZpaparazzo on May 17, 2022, but the lawyer kept her mouth shut and laughing as she was leaving the courthouse. TikTok started to speculate that the pair''s body language was very flirty, and the two were seen kissing each other, grazing their hands together in passing. While many social media users speculated that they wanted to keep everything on the down-low, however many found on the seemingly suspicious behavior.
Camille is reunited with another man on May 10, 2022, according to a source. It''s clear that she has been dating a British real estate agent for the past several months. However, Camille has shown his self-doubt to laugh at some of his annoyances and/or humor.
Johnny and Camille are extremely friendly when it comes to being in professional situations. Despite the fact that everyone on the legal team is tasked up, everyone has since gone very close to their clientits. It''s also a personal bond and a friendship.
Camille recently quizzed Amber on whether she had James Franco the night before she filed for divorce from Johnny. Amber replied, she was his friend and he lived next door, literally next door, and I had frankly exhausted my support network with my usual friends and was happy to welcome him as much as possible.
Amber Heard and Johnny Depp divorced in 2017 after two years together. Amber wrote an op-ed in The Washington Post in 2018 in which she described her domestic violence experiences. While Johnny was denied the name, the article was ruled to be about her marriage to Johnny. The trial, for example, began on April 11, 2022, and will conclude in the latter half of May 2022.
If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic violence, contact the National Domestic Violence Hotlineat 800-799-SAFE (7233) for confidential support.