This Friday, June 10, Johnny Depp and his legal team reacted to Amber Heard’s interview with NBC. They thus accuse the American actress of “reinventing” the trial which opposed her to her ex-husband and at the end of which she was condemned.
The battle between Amber Heard and Johnny Depp continues outside the courts. Ordered to pay more than 10 million dollars to the star of Pirates of the CaribbeanAmber Heard came out of silence a few days ago, on the occasion of a interview given on the show The Today Show, and broadcast in full this Friday, June 17 on NBC. During this interview, Amber Heard assured that the jurors had been “influenced by the excellent acting” of her ex-husband. She also claimed that the social networks had played a major role during the trialwith “Lots of bad content” from his view.
“Even a person who is sure and certain that I deserve all these vitriolic attacks, and that I am lying, could not look me straight in the eye and tell me that I have been talked about fairly on social media., she pointed out. Amber Heard, who has indicated that she plans to appeal, also felt that some of the 38 Johnny Depp Witnesses Would Have Even Been “paid or had nothing to do” with the legal battle that the two former spouses gave themselves up.
Johnny Depp responds to Amber Heard
All these remarks quickly came to the ears of Johnny Depp and his legal team, who did not fail to react. “It’s unfortunate that as Johnny tries to move on with his life, Defendant and her team are beginning to repeat, reinvent and re-challenge issues that have already been settled by the court and a verdict that was decided unequivocally by a jury in favor of Johnny.”said the team of the american actor.
These statements come as one of the jurors in the trial recently revealed that Amber Heard’s behavior would have put several members of the jury “uncomfortable”especially because of his gaze “glacial”. “The crying, the facial expressions, looking at the jury… We were all very uncomfortable”he told Good Morning America, before justifying the verdict: “Much of her story didn’t fit… The majority of the jury found that she was the aggressor. She was answering a question and she was crying and two seconds later she was freezing.”. Finally, the man also insisted that social media had not influenced the jury: “We followed the evidence. Myself and at least two other jurors don’t use Twitter or Facebook. Others who have had it have been careful not to talk about it.”