Johnny Depp Has Won His Defamation Case? Is Amber Heard Guilty?

Defamation suits against Johnny Depp and Amber Heard have both been found guilty of defamation by a jury. Depp won a significant amount of money in damages from the jury, which was a legal victory for the actor.

A 2018 Washington Post op-ed by Depp’s ex-wife, Amber Heard, described her as a “public figure representing domestic abuse,” and he sued her for defamation. Despite the fact that Depp’s name was omitted from the article, he claims that the incident cost him lucrative acting roles in the industry.

The statements made by Depp’s attorney about Heard’s abuse allegations prompted a countersuit by Heard against her ex-husband for defamation. There were three statements in the Washington Post piece by Heard that were found to be defamatory of Johnny Depp, and one statement by Depp’s attorney. Are Johnny Depp and Amber heard both guilty according to the jury continue to read the article to know the complete news?

Amber Heard Already Has Plans in the Desert After the Jury’s Decision

10 million dollars in compensatory damages were awarded to Depp, while 5 million dollars were awarded in punitive damages. The jury awarded no punitive damages, but it did award $2 million in compensatory damages to Heard.

Are Johnny Depp and Amber Heard Both Guilty?
Are Johnny Depp and Amber Heard Both Guilty?

Heard asked for $100 million in compensation, while Depp asked for $50 million. Due to Virginia’s cap on punitive damages of $350,000, the judge, in this case, had to reduce the punitive damages award. A “tremendous” legal victory for Depp and a rebuke for Amber Heard though both of them are found guilty in their own way.

Heard’s spokesman, David Shane, said she intends to appeal the verdict.

Depp and Heard React to the Verdict

As the verdict was read out loud in court, Heard’s gaze remained fixed on the floor. Depp was not in court, but he issued a statement saying, “the jury gave me my life back.”

After the verdict was announced, Johnny Depp’s attorneys Benjamin Chew and Camille Vasquez addressed the media. “From the very beginning, the goal of bringing this case was to reveal the truth, regardless of the outcome. Speaking the truth was something that I owed to my children and to all those who have remained steadfast in their support of me,” he said. “I feel at peace knowing I have finally accomplished that.”

On Wednesday, Depp’s attorneys thanked the jury and said, “It’s time to turn the page and look to the future.” “We are grateful, so grateful, to the jury for their careful deliberation, to the judge and the court staff who have devoted an enormous amount of time and resources towards this case,” attorney Camille Vasquez told media outside court.

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Heard said in a statement that she is “heartbroken” over the verdict. Amber Heard hugs her attorney Elaine Bredehoft after the verdict. “The disappointment I feel today is beyond words. I’m heartbroken that the mountain of evidence still was not enough to stand up to the disproportionate power, influence, and sway of my ex-husband,” Heard said.

Depp and Heard were married for two years, from 2015 to 2016, after meeting on the set of their 2009 film “The Rum Diary.”

The Trial

Heard claimed that Depp was verbally and physically abusive to her during their relationship, which she detailed in her deposition. Also, she alleged that Depp abused her sexually.
Amber Heard Guilty?
Amber Heard Guilty?
On the stand, Depp said he had never hit a woman, denied Heard’s allegation of sexual battery, and claimed to be a victim of domestic abuse by Heard, which she denies. During the trial, both Heard and Depp’s attorneys used photographs, audio and video recordings, and other evidence to support their positions. Both sides did their best to prove each other guilty, whether its Team, Amber Heard, or Team Johnny Depp.
According to testimony from Laurel Anderson, an expert clinical psychologist who had worked with Depp and Heard in 2015 as their marriage counselor, the two had a “mutual abuse relationship.”
At trial, Depp’s defense team used witnesses like Kate Moss and the CEO of DC Films to support their client’s case. Ellen Barkin and a number of former Johnny Depp associates testified in favor of Heard.

Heard had fewer supporters in the entertainment industry and around the courthouse than Johnny Depp. Stay tuned with us only on


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