Johnny Depp against Amber Heard: Serious allegations! Is it going to the next round now?
The trial between Amber Heard and Johnny Depp dominated the headlines for weeks and months. In the end, the jury spoke Johnny Depp the victory. Amber Heard is to pay ten million euros for defamation, the 58-year-old owes her two million euros for the statements of his ex-lawyer about damage to reputation.
Actually, the whole drama was over Johnny Depp and Amber Heard is more or less finished with that, but now could be the next turning point. Amber Heard wants to appeal.
Johnny Depp: Heard appeals! Is there a new process now?
Apparently, the last word in the Depp-Heard trial has not yet been spoken. Amber Heard does not want to give up just yet and is now appealing. This emerges from a 43-page document that is available on the online portal “Deadline”.
On Friday (July 1), the legal team is said to have filed the application in the Fairfax Virginia court. They want to reopen the process and a new verdict.
That is Johnny Depp:
- born on June 9, 1963 in Kentucky, USA
- he is an actor and musician
- he celebrated his greatest success with the film series “Pirates of the Caribbean” as Captain Jack Sparrow
- He was nominated for an Oscar three times, but has never won the coveted prize
- he was married twice: to Vanessa Paradis (1998 to 2012) and Amber Heard (2015 to 2017)
- he has two children: Lily-Rose and Jack
Johnny Depp vs. Amber Heard: Serious allegations against jury
In the 43-page document, Heard’s lawyers explain why the verdict is not final. They focus primarily on the composition of the jury.
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The accusation: Juror number 15 lied about the information he gave about himself. According to the process, the person was born in 1945. In reality, however, the juror was only born in 1970! The jury was a fake, possibly even illegally accommodated in the process.
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Heard is now demanding that the court take a closer look at this case and consider an appeal.