What did Amber Heard do when she heard the verdict?

VIRGINIA, UNITED STATES.- Hasty and disappointed, the actress left Amber Heard of the room where the verdict was read in which he was found guilty of defaming her ex-husband Johnny Depp.

Heard, who went to the Fairfax County Circuit Court unlike her ex-husband who heard it online because It’s in United Kingdomleft in a fast race after hugging his lawyers for several seconds.

During the jury’s reading, the protagonist of “Aquaman” he had a serious countenance and it could be seen how he changed the moment it was reported that must pay 15 million dollars to the Hollywood actor.

In addition, the jury determined that he should receive from Depp 2 million dollars for defamation. After the trial was over, Heard was one of the first to leave the room unaccompanied.

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According to the verdict, Heard defamed her ex-husband in an article published by The Washington Post in 2018, in which she described herself as a “public figure representing domestic abuse.”

But the jury also gave reason to the countersuit filed by the actress for 100 million, in which she claimed to have been defamed by statements from Depp’s lawyer, Adam Waldmann, who assured the Daily Mail that his claims of abuse were a “hoax”.