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Jury deliberates Johnny Depp, Amber Heard case

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Six weeks after the start of the trial between American actor Johnny Depp and his ex-wife Amber Heard, the jury in the judicial dispute decided to continue deliberations to issue its decision Tuesday, in mutual accusations of defamation and domestic violence between the duo. .

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In yesterday’s closing argument, Amber Heard’s lawyer called her client’s life a living hell from the start of the court hearings, and demanded that Johnny Depp’s lawsuit against her be dismissed so that she can go on with her life and raise her child.

For her part, lawyer Cammy Vasquez, the agent of American artist Johnny Depp, said that he also wants to resume his normal life after Amber Heard filed a false lawsuit against him 6 years ago on charges of domestic violence.

Johnny Depp’s lawyer stressed that her client was a victim of violence from his wife and not the other way around, and continued: “A woman before Amber Heard Depp has not been accused of assaulting her for 58 years, and no one has been charged after that.”

She explained that Johnny Depp has lost everything since the accusations were brought against him and Hollywood rejected him after the article published by Amber Heard in the Washington Post about her exposure to domestic violence.

She confirmed that Johnny Depp supports the “MeToo” movement that exposes and believes in violence against women, addressing her talk to Amber Heard saying, “Your lies are revealed to the world,” and Heard replied, “I know how many people will appear out of nowhere to support Johnny.”

Vasquez surprised the audience in the last session through a number of photos that were taken of Amber Heard at a number of parties and events on the same dates in which she claimed that she was beaten and abused and appeared in good health without traces of violence.


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