Amber Heard Settles Defamation Case Against Johnny Depp: ‘I Never Chose This’
Win McNamee/GettyAmber Heard on Monday announced the “very difficult decision to settle” the highly publicized multimillion-dollar defamation case by her ex-husband Johnny Depp.“It is important for me to say I never chose this,” Heard said in an Instagram post. “I defended my truth and in doing so my life as I knew it was destroyed.”The news comes just months after a televised seven-week trial, where jurors found that Heard defamed Depp after identifying herself as a domestic abuse survivor in anews.yahoo.com
Lily-Rose on growing up with famous father Johnny Depp, and why she won’t discuss his legal battles
Lily-Rose Depp said she hasn't spoken out about Johnny Depp's defamation trial against Amber Heard because she wants to keep her privacy. The actress also addressed claims she's a "nepo baby."foxnews.com
Who is Johnny Depp’s new girlfriend? Everything you need to know about Joelle Rich
"Pirates of the Caribbean" star Johnny Depp is currently dating his married lawyer, Fox News Digital confirmed. Joelle Rich represented him in his U.K. defamation trial, and was spotted at his trial against Amber Heard.foxnews.com
Amber Heard was accused of editing photos of her bruises during her defamation trial. Unsealed documents show her team accused Johnny Depp of the same thing.
Forensic expert Julian Ackert, who was hired by Amber Heard's team, reviewed Johnny Depp's photos and questioned their authenticity.news.yahoo.com
Johnny Depp settles case with film location manager who accused the actor of punching him in the ribs and firing him for refusing to stay silent
The film location manager Gregg Rocky Brooks claimed in his lawsuit that he was fired for refusing to stay silent after he alleged Depp assaulted him.news.yahoo.com
Johnny Depp's fights back against Amber Heard's mistrial request, arguing she knew about the wrong juror all along but didn't complain until she lost
Heard's legal team previously argued that a mistrial was necessary because a person who hadn't been called for jury duty ended up on the jury.news.yahoo.com
Lawyers for Johnny Depp and Amber Heard are meeting in court one more time, giving them one last chance to settle their case before the verdict is final
Amber Heard may not be able to afford the $8 million she owes to Johnny Depp, but her lawyer said she plans to appeal the verdict against her.news.yahoo.com
Amber Heard questioned the likelihood of other women involved with Johnny Depp coming forward about abuse: 'Look what happened to me. Would you?'
His lawyers argued "not one woman has come forward and said he physically hit them. You were the only one," Savannah Guthrie told Heard in an interview.news.yahoo.com
Savannah Guthrie’s Appalling Amber Heard Interview
NBCOn Wednesday, Today aired part two of an exclusive interview with actress Amber Heard—her first televised sit-down after losing an explosive defamation trial against her ex-husband, actor Johnny Depp. Among other revelations, the 36-year-old claimed that she still “loved” Depp and denied wanting to “cancel” him in her op-ed at the center of the case.During the West Virginia trial, which concluded on June 1, a jury ruled that Heard defamed Depp when The Washington Post published a 2018 op-ed unews.yahoo.com
Depp's agent calls Heard op-ed piece on abuse 'catastrophic'
Johnny Depp’s agent says that ex-wife Amber Heard's 2018 op-ed piece in The Washington Post describing herself as a victim of domestic abuse was “catastrophic” to Depp's career and coincided with the loss of a $23 million deal for a “Pirates of the Caribbean” sequel.