Amber Heard VS Johnny Depp: this daring argument for the actor's defense which the judge did not want to hear about

Amber Heard VS Johnny Depp: this daring argument for the actor’s defense which the judge did not want to hear about

According to information revealed by the New York Post, Johnny Depp’s lawyers wanted to release a very daring argument against Amber Heard. But the judge ruled otherwise.

Even if it has been several weeks since the verdict was handed down, the trial between Amber Heard and Johnny Depp continues to make headlines. While the actress was sentenced for defamation and must pay 10 million euros to her ex-husband, now new revelations are released. During her trial, Amber Heard had recounted the domestic violence of which she would have been the victim, including a night of horror, during which the star of Pirates of the Caribbean would have tried to sexually assault her with a glass bottle.

In order to thwart this story, Johnny Depp’s lawyers would have intended to come out with a very daring argument. In documents published by the New York Postthe actor’s defense strategy was as follows: damage the reputation of the star ofAquaman presenting to the jury of the evidence of the sulphurous past of Amber Heard when she was a stripperthe actor’s lawyers wishing to imply that the ex-wife of their client had even been an escort-girl. But the judge did not wish to hear this argument. Indeed, the lawyers of the actress opposed it.

SMS exchanges between Johnny Depp and Marilyn Manson

But in the documents released by the American media, SMS exchanges between the actor and his friend Marilyn Manson should have been revealed during the trial, according to the will of the defense of Johnny Depp. In this conversation, the actor described his situation of “victim”. Once again, the judge did not wish to hear this argument. Nevertheless, Amber Heard was still convicted of defamation with intent to harm. The actress, who is struggling to repay what she owes Johnny Depp, has also made the decision to sell one of her properties. She also appealed the court’s decision.

Source: www.closermag.fr

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