During the preliminary, Depp said he never hit or physically mishandled Heard and contended that she was one who became brutal during their relationship
“Aquaman” entertainer Amber Heard will pursue a jury’s choice that she maligned ex Johnny Depp when she guaranteed she was an overcomer of sexual viciousness, her lawyer said on Thursday.
A seven-man jury in Virginia decided on Wednesday that Heard criticized the “Privateers of the Caribbean” star and granted him $10.35 million in harms. The jury additionally resolved that Heard was stigmatized, granting her $2 million.
Elaine Charlson Bredehoft, one of Heard’s lawyers, said on NBC’s “Today” show that Depp’s group was “ready to stifle a tremendous measure of proof” that was permitted in a slander case in Britain, which Depp lost.
Depp sued British newspaper the Sun for considering him a “undershirt.” A London High Court judge found Depp manhandled Heard basically multiple times, however Heard’s legal counselors were not permitted to let the jury know that in the Virginia case, Bredehoft said.
“So what did Depp’s group gain from this? Disparage Amber, and stifle the proof,” Bredehoft said.
“She was defamed here,” Bredehoft added. “Various things were permitted in this court that shouldn’t have been permitted, and it made the jury be confounded.”
During the preliminary, Depp said he never hit or physically manhandled Heard and contended that she was one who became vicious during their relationship. Heard said she slapped Depp however just with regards to herself or her sister.
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