Amber Heard and Johnny Depp's legal feud is already over. While Johnny has moved on and is starting to enjoy his life, Amber is not. Amber just filed a new request in front of the court.
Amber Heard and her attorneys have retreated to court following a jury's decision about Johnny Depp in a Virginia courtroom. The actress' legal team filed the shocking motion weeks after a jury found the actress liable for $15 million in damages.
Amber was found to have defamed her ex by fabricating false allegations about him abusing her during their relationship, according to the jury. Johnny said the accusations cost him his career and he became blackballed in Hollywood. Now Heard wants a new trial. She recently challenged whether Juror 15 served properly on the jury in her new motion.
Juror 15 was born in 1945, but he was clearly born later. She said, publicly available data demonstrates that he appears to have been born in 1970. Heard and her legal team said, This disagreement raises the question whether Juror 15 was properly vetted by the Court to serve on the jury.
The actress claimed that her due process was harmed if the person listed as Juror 15 wasn't the real person on the jury summons.
The facts reveal that Juror 15 was decades younger than the person on the jury panel list, raising doubts about whether they were the same of different individuals.
The actress' 53-page motion demands that the court investigate the issue immediately. She said she would want a fresh trial if it is determined that the court messed up.