Johnny Depp insists the $10 Million is fair in the Amber Heard trial
The $10 million awards in the Amber Heard trial, according to Johnny Depp, are fair. Heard has claimed that the verdict was unfair and influenced by his notoriety, as is well known. The general public had thought that Heard would simply accept her loss amicably and carry on with her life. That appears to be the last thing she intends to do. I mean, advancing. They draw us back in just when we thought the trial drama was over. Even lawyers have publicly stated that she received a free pass and caused Depp more than $40 million worth of career harm. The troubled actress disagrees, though. Actually, it was one of her favorite activities. Even “mistrial” carding hasn’t worked for her.
As you are well aware, Heard was charged $10 million by Depp for her essay, which blatantly defamed him. However, she has already started to play the “oh poor me, this is so unfair” card. a card that has been pulled so frequently that it is creased and dog-eared.
According to TMZ, “Johnny’s lawyers say there’s clear evidence that after Amber’s Op-Ed appeared in the Washington Post back in 2018, he had no work … he didn’t appear in a single studio production until October 2020. That alone, the lawyers say, supports the $10M verdict. In fact, Depp’s legal docs refer to one of Johnny’s reps negotiating a deal for the 6th installment of “Pirates of the Caribbean” for $22.5 million. Just prior to the Op-Ed being published, the producer, Jerry Bruckheimer, was all in, saying he really wanted Johnny.”
We absolutely concur with Johnny Depp’s claim that the $10 million awarded in the Amber Heard trial is fair. Unfortunately, the individual who must pay it refuses to and only appears to want to continue this farce. As for us, every time we sincerely think we’ve written the final piece about these two, something more is tossed into the mix.