Johnny Depp and Amber Heard’s legal battle has been making headlines for years now. From allegations of domestic abuse to defamation lawsuits, the couple has been in and out of courtrooms for a long time. In this blog post, we will provide you with the latest updates on their lawsuit and movies.
Johnny Depp Trial
Johnny Depp filed a defamation lawsuit against Amber Heard in 2019, after she wrote an op-ed in the Washington Post, where she referred to herself as a victim of domestic abuse. Depp claimed that the article implied that he was the abuser, which he denies. The trial took place in the UK in July 2020, and the judge ruled in favor of the newspaper that published the article, stating that the allegations were “substantially true.” Depp lost the case and was asked to pay the newspaper’s legal fees.
Depp’s legal team filed an appeal in March 2021, arguing that the judge’s ruling was flawed and that new evidence had come to light. The appeal hearing took place in March 2021, and the court reserved its judgment. The decision is expected to be announced soon.
Amber Heard Movies
Amber Heard has been busy filming new projects despite the ongoing legal battle. She recently starred in the TV series “The Stand” and the movie “Gully.” She is also set to appear in the upcoming movie “Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom,” which is currently in production.
Heard’s involvement in the “Aquaman” franchise has caused controversy among some fans, who have called for her to be fired from the movie. A petition to remove Heard from the film has gathered over 1.8 million signatures. However, the movie’s director, James Wan, has defended Heard’s casting and stated that she will remain in the role.
The legal battle between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard is far from over, and the latest updates suggest that there is still much to be resolved. Meanwhile, Amber Heard continues to work on new projects, despite facing backlash from some fans. We will continue to follow the story and provide you with the latest news and updates.