Amber Heards' nudes were set to be used in Johnny Depps' defamation trial against her, according to newly surfaced court filings. Deppss' lawyers claimed that her nudes would be used as evidence for personal matters.
Heard's lawyers fought back on the evidence, claiming that the following irrelevant personal matters should be excluded from the defamation prosecution; (3) Whitney and Amber's previous romantic relationships; (4) Amber's brief stint as an exotic dancer years before she met Mr. Depp and Mr. Depp attempting to imply or profane that Ms. Heard was at one time an escort.
Depp and Heard met on the set of The Rum Diaries in 2011, and they wed in 2015, and Heard filed for divorce in 2016. The trial was halted due to a post-ed Heard wrote in The Washington Post in 2018 about her experiences with domestic abuse. However, many people believed the article to be about Depp's acting jobs.
Heard and her attorneys applied for a mistrial due to a juror mishap on April 11, 2022. They also sought to void the compensatory award altogether, claiming that Depps' compensatory award was excessive and indefensible. There are steps we must take to ensure both fairness and justice, according to a spokesperson for Heard.
Heard sold her house amid claims that she is broke. She owes Depp $10 million in compensatory damages and $5 million in punitive damages for a total of $15 million. Heard will have to pay Depp a total of $8.35 million in damages, accounting for the $2 million in compensatory damages she owes her. No. Bredehoft said when asked whether Heard has the means to pay Depps' damages.
Heard was told by a source that her legal fees were high and that she was forced to change her legal representation during the trial. Pamela Johnson, the vice president of The Travelers Companies, has also been seen with Heard in court in Fairfax, Virginia, many times since the trial started in April 2022. It's a little oddity that most people don't know.
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