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    During his marathon seven-week libel trial in Fairfax, Virginia, this spring, Johnny Depp was a creature of habit. He would arrive every morning in a large grey SUV with loud reggae music pumping, and exit waving to fans while carrying a notebook and briefcase. In his wake would follow three bodyguards who had been in the car with him — plus a petite and elegant brunette, Joelle Rich. Rich, a 37-year-old married, privately educated London lawyer and mother of two, stayed a few careful paces away from the client at all times. She would then typically join his packed benches of supporters — sitting across from Amber Heard's team, as the sordid and prurient details of the libel trial, brought by Depp against his ex wife, were spilled out. In the evenings, with Johnny, 59, ensconced in the presidential suite at the Ritz-Carlton hotel in McLean, Rich would be among those joining him for nightly dinners at the nearby Palm steakhouse. The Depp party would spend thousands every night on meals which always featured chicken parmigiana and plenty of the best...
    More On: johnny depp Johnny Depp and his lawyer-turned-girlfriend Joelle Rich were hiding in plain sight Who is Joelle Rich? What to know about the lawyer Johnny Depp is dating Johnny Depp is dating his lawyer Joelle Rich following trial Kate Moss: Johnny Depp gifted me diamond necklace from ‘the crack of his ass’ She puts the “Suits” in lawsuits. Johnny Depp’s new girlfriend, Joelle Rich, was once an attorney for Meghan Markle. The London-based lawyer represented Markle, 41, in the Duchess of Sussex’s case against Associated Newspapers, which owns the Daily Mail and the Mail on Sunday. Markle sued the British tabloid company in October 2019 after it published a private letter she wrote to her estranged father, Thomas Markle, following his absence at her May 2018 wedding to Prince Harry. Meghan won the case in December 2021, with the court ruling that the publication of the letter breached her privacy and was “unlawful.” Johnny Depp’s lawyer-turned-girlfriend, Joelle Rich, was once Meghan Markle’s lawyer in a high-profile case.Getty...
    The lawyer who is reported to be in a ‘serious’ relationship with Johnny Depp was pictured alongside him during his libel battle at London’s High Court more than two-years-ago.  Joelle Rich, 37, who was representing the Pirates of the Caribbean star, was repeatedly seen only inches away from him as they emerged together from the court.  Images taken at the time showed them smiling, chatting and looking relaxed in each other’s company during the actor’s ill-fated court battle in July 2020.  It is not known when their relationship started, but the pictures show they appeared to be on friendly as well as professional terms when Depp, 59, was trying to sue The Sun newspaper for describing him as a ‘wife beater’ in an article.  The lawyer who is reported to be in a ‘serious’ relationship with Johnny Depp was pictured alongside him during his libel battle at London’s High Court more than two-years-ago Joelle Rich, 37, who was representing the Pirates of the Caribbean star, was repeatedly seen only inches away from him as they emerged together from the court...
    So, Johnny Depp thinks he can direct? Apparently so, with news Monday that the questionably vindicated movie star has lined up his first directing gig in 25 years. According to the Hollywood Reporter, Depp will helm “Modigliani,” a biopic about Italian artist Amedeo Modigliani. The project represents Depp’s latest effort at a career comeback, following his lurid but legally successful defamation trial against ex-wife, Amber Heard. If Depp wants to restore his professional reputation by directing his second ever feature film, he’d have to manage multiple people, check his ego, minimize his flare for off-screen drama and deliver quality work. Unfortunately, his history as a director doesn’t bode well. In 1997, Depp decided to direct, co-write and star in “The Brave,” a neo-Western with an improbable and problematic premise, a tragic production backstory and a way-past-his prime Marlon Brando as co-star. Depp’s first directorial effort was critically savaged, with Time Out calling it the actor’s “ folie de grandeur,” or an exercise in megalomania and delusions of greatness. The movie was so bad, it was never released. However, many in Depp’s...
    Amber Heard and her daughter, Oonagh Paige, traveled to Israel with the actress’ pal Eve Barlow. Nir Pekin / SplashNews.com She may have been dismissed from a Virginia courtroom, but Amber Heard’s best friend is certainly free to vacation with the actress. Heard and Eve Barlow — who was kicked out of the former’s $50 million defamation trial against Johnny Depp — were recently spotted grabbing lunch in Tel Aviv, Israel. Heard was spotted pushing a stroller around Tel Aviv. Nir Pekin / SplashNews.com Heard was spotted pushing a stroller around Tel Aviv. Nir Pekin / SplashNews.com Ad Up Next Close Margot Robbie, Rami Malek and friends splash around in Spain "Amsterdam" co-stars Rami Malek and Margot Robbie took in some... 2 View Slideshow Back Continue Share this: Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) Flipboard WhatsApp Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) Click to copy URL August 8, 2022 An Israeli journalist tweeted a snap of the...
    Amber Heard was spotted in Israel pushing an empty stroller and eating out with her friend, controversial journalist Eve Barlow, who was banned from the Johnny Depp defamation trial.  Heard was out and about in Israel in a black dress, flip-flops and a blue cap on the sidewalk pushing a stroller through Tel Aviv.  The stroller was void of Oonagh Paige Heard, Heard's one-year-old, whom she took with her on vacation to Israel following the turbulent defamation trial with her ex-husband that gripped the nation.    While in Tel Aviv, Heard was also spotted browsing bookstores and enjoying lunch with Barlow, a journalist who stood by her during the trial and was barred from the proceedings after repeatedly taking out her cell phone.    Amber Heard was seen pushing an empty stroller while on vacation in Tel Aviv, Israel  Amber Heard has reportedly been spotted in Tel Aviv with her friend Eve Barlow... pic.twitter.com/szoxfxZbvf— Amy Spiro (@AmySpiro) August 1, 2022 Heard was out and about in Israel in a black dress, flip flops and a blue cap The stroller was void of Oonagh...
    Two-time Emmy nominee Christina Ricci revealed that three-time Oscar nominee Johnny Depp 'explained what homosexuality was' to her when she was nine years old. The 42-year-old former child star was on the Massachusetts set of Mermaids, her first movie, in 1989 with co-star Winona Ryder when someone accused someone of being 'homophobic.' 'I was like, "Well, I don't understand what that is." And I was in Winona's trailer and she was like, "I don't know how..."' Christina recalled on Andy Cohen's SiriusXM show Thursday. Throwback! Two-time Emmy nominee Christina Ricci revealed that three-time Oscar nominee Johnny Depp 'explained what homosexuality was' to her when she was nine years old RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Christina Ricci says her Wednesday Addams replacement Jenna... Johnny Depp sells his debut artwork collection for a... Share this article Share 'And so she put me on the phone with [her boyfriend] Johnny. And Johnny explained it to me. In like the simplest terms, yeah. He was like, "It's when a man wants to have sex with a...
    Ellen Barkin said that there was a 'world of violence' around Johnny Depp in a deposition that wasn’t aired at his $100m libel trial with Amber Heard. The actress said in the video deposition that Depp looked down on people he thought were beneath him and once called an assistant ‘pig’. Barkin, 68, agreed that the star of the Pirates of the Caribbean films could be charming and said in the deposition that ‘most abusers are’. She also claimed that the first time they had sex Depp ‘gave me a Quaalude and asked me if I wanted to f***’. The claims are revealed in newly unsealed documents from the Depp vs Heard case which ended with a jury awarding Depp a net $8.35m for his ex-wife defaming him with a 2018 column in the Washington Post. Actress Ellen Barkin testified that Johnny Depp once threw a bottle of wine at her while the couple dated Depp and Barkin starred in the 1998 movie 'Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas' together, they began dating afterwards The court in Fairfax, Virginia, has...
    Johnny Depp has filed an appeal against his conviction for defaming ex-wife Amber Heard - just a day after Heard sought to have her convictions for defaming him overturned.  Legal documents obtained by DailyMail.com reveal the actor's legal team filed the appeal in Fairfax County, Virginia on Friday - just one day after Heard filed her notice to appeal the three defamation charges she was convicted of. Depp, 59, was ordered to pay Heard, 36, $2 million in damages after he was convicted of a single count of defamation, for calling her domestic abuse claims against him a hoax.' That was far eclipsed by the $10.35 million Heard was ordered to pay Depp after being convicted of three counts of defamation in June, for branding her ex a domestic abuser. Depp's legal team said Friday that he'd filed the appeal to ensure 'all information is considered by the court' while they consider Heard's application to overturn her three defamation convictions.   The Pirates of the Caribbean actor accused his ex of defaming him by 'falsely' calling herself a domestic violence victim in a...
    A judge has denied Amber Heard's motion to have the verdict of her blockbuster defamation trial against ex-husband Johnny Depp thrown out and the case re-tried. Lawyers representing Heard, 36, filed a motion earlier this month on the grounds that the verdict that she had defamed Depp, 59, was not supported by evidence.  They also alleged that a juror had not been properly vetted and questioned whether that juror was even supposed to be allowed on the jury.  Court documents obtained by DailyMail.com show that Judge Penny Azcarate denied all of Heard's post-trial requests on Wednesday.  A judge has denied Amber Heard's motion to have the verdict of her blockbuster defamation trial against ex-husband Johnny Depp thrown out and the case re-tried Depp's lead attorney, Ben Chew, responded to the motion in a statement to Courthouse News, saying 'What we expected, just longer, no more substantive' In a 43-page memorandum, Heard's lawyers argued that the verdict - and the $10million in damages she now owes Depp - should be tossed out on the grounds that during the trial, Depp 'proceeded solely...
    Mickey Rourke has branded friend Johnny Depp's ex wife Amber Heard a 'gold-digger.' During a candid interview with Piers Morgan, 57, for Talk TV, actor Mickey, 69, said: 'Well, you know, I know Johnny for many years, but I don't really know him intimately.  'All I could say is I was in a situation one time where I got blamed for something that I didn’t do. It cost me movie jobs for several years and it caused a bad reputation.  'She is ABSOLUTELY a gold-digger': Mickey Rourke laid into Johnny Depp's ex Amber Heard on Talk TV on Tuesday and claimed he was also unfairly cancelled like his movie star friend Acrimonious: Johnny won his libel case against Amber, 36, (pictured) in June, saying he now has 'his life back' after the jury ruled he was defamed and awarded him $15million 'And finally, the truth came out but the truth came out after I lost movies and I lost jobs and and so I felt bad for somebody that is trying to get chopped down by some gold digger, you...
    Amber Heard's insurance company is refusing to cover part of the $8.3million in damages the actress owes ex-husband Johnny Depp following her defamation trial in May. Heard had a $1 million liability policy with New York Marine and General Insurance Company which she had hoped that might cover at least a portion of the damages bill she needs to settle. The policy covers wrongful conduct of various sorts including defamation but there is a clause which will likely see the insurance company refusing to pay out, reports TMZ. Under California law, the state in which the insurance policy was issued, the company claim to be able to refuse the million dollar payout if Heard was found to have committed 'willful' misconduct.     The New York Marine Company say that in their determination the judge found the defamation committed by Amber to be both 'willful' and 'malicious'. The insurance company now want to see the judge declare that they are not going to be on the line to foot part of Amber's bill based on the policy. Amber Heard's insurance company is refusing...
    Amber Heard's legal team filed a motion to have the verdict of her blockbuster defamation trial against ex-husband Johnny Depp thrown out. Lawyers representing Heard, 36, filed the motion on Friday on the grounds that the verdict that she had defamed Depp, 59, were not supported by evidence.  They also alleged that a juror had not been properly vetted, and questioned whether that juror was even supposed to be allowed on the jury.  In a 43-page memorandum Heard's lawyers argued that the verdict - and the $10million in damages she now owes Depp - should be tossed out on the grounds that during the trial Depp 'proceeded solely on a defamation by implication theory, abandoning any claims that Ms. Heard's statements were actually false.' Depp's lead attorney, Ben Chew, responded to the motion in a statement to Courthouse News, saying 'What we expected, just longer, no more substantive.' Lawyers representing Heard, 36, filed the motion on Friday on the grounds that the verdict that she had defamed Depp, 59, were not supported by evidence  The motion casts doubt on the validity...
    Winona Ryder has confessed she 'struggled to take care of herself' after her 1993 breakup with Johnny Depp, adding that Michelle Pfeiffer supported her through it. The actress, 50, likened her state to her character Susanna Kaysen in 1999's Girl Interrupted, who spends 18 months at a psychiatric hospital after a suicide attempt. She made the admission to accompany a gorgeous cover shoot for Harper's Bazaar's July 2022 digital issue, which sees her cut a smart figure in a black blazer suit. 'That was my Girl, Interrupted real life!' Winona Ryder has confessed she 'struggled to take care of herself' following her breakup with Johnny Depp but Michelle Pfeiffer supported her Opening up to the magazine, she said of the split: 'That was my Girl, Interrupted real life. I remember, I was playing this character who ends up getting tortured in a Chilean prison [in the 1994 drama The House of the Spirits]. 'I would look at these fake bruises and cuts on my face [from the shoot], and I would struggle to see myself as this little girl. RELATED ARTICLES ...
    Dolph Lundgren is opening up about his experiences filming Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom with his embattled co-star Amber Heard. Filming started exactly one year ago today in London, with production also taking place in Hawaii and Los Angeles before wrapping in January 2022. Heard, 36, made headlines earlier this month when she lost her defamation lawsuit against ex-husband Johnny Depp, though Lundgren, 64, told ET that she was great to work with. Opening up: Dolph Lundgren is opening up about his experiences filming Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom with his embattled co-star Amber Heard Filming: Filming started exactly one year ago today in London, with production also taking place in Hawaii and Los Angeles before wrapping in January 2022 Great: Heard, 36, made headlines earlier this month when she lost her defamation lawsuit against ex-husband Johnny Depp, though Lundgren, 64, told ET that she was great to work with Lundgren returns as King Nereus in Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom, with Heard reprising her role as Mera from the 2018 movie Aquaman. Lundgren was actually pulling double-duty, filming both the Aquaman sequel...
    Amber Heard is allegedly in talks to write a tell-all book in order to gain income following her disastrous $10 million defamation suit loss against ex-husband Johnny Depp.  A source close to the Aquaman actress told OK! Magazine on Tuesday that Heard, 36, was 'broke' and not 'in a position to turn down money.' 'Amber considers her career in Hollywood over,' the source said. 'She's already in talks and is excited about it.  'At this point, she has nothing to lose and wants to tell all.' It comes as the Hollywood star has publicly admitted she can't afford the $8.3 million in damages awarded to Depp on June 1 after she was given a relatively paltry $2 million in compensatory damages. She has since been spotted bargain shopping at discount store TJ Maxx, in New York.  Amber Heard (pictured) is reportedly in talks to write a tell-all book in order to earn money and pay the $8.3 million in damages owed to ex-husband Johnny Depp Heard has publicly admitted she cannot pay Depp (right) after the jury awarded him $10...
    Journalism ethics experts say that NBC host Savannah Guthrie should have turned down her Dateline interview with Amber Heard after it was revealed that her husband did consulting work for Johnny Depp's defense team.    Guthrie made the revelation when she sat down with Depp's star lawyers Camille Vasquez and Benjamin Chew in the days after the verdict. She confirmed that her husband, Michael Feldman - a public relations consultant and former political adviser at FGS Global - 'has done consulting work for the Depp legal team, but not in connection with this interview.' Guthrie has since sat down for an exclusive interview which is due to air in full tonight. Early sneak peaks reveal that Heard repeats her defamatory claims about the abuse she says she suffered at the hands of Depp.  But journalism ethic experts are questioning whether Guthrie was the right person to conduct the interview.  But journalism ethic experts are questioning whether Guthrie was the right person to conduct the interview Heard sat down for an exclusive interview with Today show host Savannah Guthrie is due to air in full Friday...
    More On: johnny depp Johnny Depp needs some assistance leaving a hotel and more star snaps Amber Heard responds to Johnny Depp’s TikTok message about moving ‘forward’ Johnny Depp joins TikTok after Amber Heard trial, thanks fans in first video Amber Heard’s sister posts supportive message after Johnny Depp trial Security escorted Johnny Depp out of a hotel Monday to protect him from the hordes of fans who have been following him since his trial ended last week. Photos of the actor being guided out of the The Grand Hotel Birmingham in England holding a coffee mug went viral this week. A source tells us his security team was keeping him safe and away from the “large crowds.” “Everywhere he goes, he’s getting mobbed by fans,” our insider says. In the snaps, the “Pirates of the Caribbean” star, 58, looked distressed while being walked out of the luxury hotel with one man holding onto his right arm and another standing closely behind them. Depp was wearing a black-and-white checkered sport coat atop black jeans and black shoes, which he...
    Johnny Depp's attorneys appeared on multiple shows on Wednesday morning to slam Amber Heard's claims the trial was unfair.  Camille Vasquez and Benjamin Chew appeared on TODAY, Good Morning America and then on the Law and Crime network - which covered the trial without interruption.   They told how happy Johnny now was to have won and that he 'hasn't smiled like this in six years' - when his problems with Heard began.  They also slammed Heard's claim that she lost the trial because he is more powerful and popular than she is, saying it's 'utterly false' that social media played a part and claiming the jury simply didn't like her because she - unlike Johnny - 'didn't take accountability for anything.'  Camille Vasquez and Benjamin Chew appeared on TODAY, Good Morning America and then on the Law and Crime network - which covered the trial without interruption Johnny Depp is 'over the moon' and feels as though the 'weight of the world' has been lifted from his shoulders, his attorneys said EXCLUSIVE: Johnny Depp’s attorneys, Camille Vasquez and Benjamin Chew,...
    More On: johnny depp After trial, insiders say comeback will be ‘very hard’ for Amber Heard Celebrities react to the Johnny Depp, Amber Heard verdict Amber Heard ‘heartbroken’ by Johnny Depp verdict: It’s a ‘setback’ for women Johnny Depp: I have ‘my life back’ after verdict decided in Amber Heard case Johnny Depp wasn’t throwing a lavish London bash hours before a Virginia jury handed him a victory in his defamation case against ex-Amber Heard, sources told The Post, slamming a report which claimed the actor was partying ahead of the verdict. “The venue was booked in case anyone wanted to do something but was canceled,” one source said, contradicting a report claiming the actor shelled out hundreds of thousands of dollars at Notting Hill hotspot Laylow. But The Post has seen emails showing the event was cancelled before it ever took place. Depp wasn’t in the United States to hear the Wednesday verdict because he’d flown to England days earlier for work commitments, sources said. The actor had spent his Memorial Day weekend onstage at Jeff Beck concerts: two in...
    On a chilly Sunday night in Sheffield’s busy city centre, as boozy patrons spilled onto the pavement outside The Slug and Lettuce, attention came to focus on a particular figure in the throng. Could it be? Wearing dark glasses — at night — and dressed in his trademark multiple layered shirts, bracelets and bandanas, and flanked by two burly bodyguards, the figure looked very much like a certain actor much in the news lately. ‘That’s never Johnny Depp!’ said one drinker. The exotic stranger looked out from beneath the brim of his fedora and replied with a smile: ‘It certainly is.’ He then posed happily for selfies with the crowd, mostly students, who were out drinking. And so began an improbable adventure in the UK for Depp, 58, who, up until last Friday had been in court in Virginia for his blockbuster defamation trial with former wife Amber Heard. Now he’d swapped the courtroom to join his best friend, and guitar legend, Jeff Beck on stage for his UK tour. Beck introduced him on Thursday night with the words: ‘There’s...
    A man claiming to be one of the seven jurors in Johnny Depp and Amber Heard's defamation trial has lifted the lid on their deliberations - saying they felt Heard was unreliable and a gaslighter, calling her 'a crazy woman', and describing her as the 'instigator' of the marital violence. The juror began his TikTok video by saying he wanted to remain anonymous. When someone questioned why they should believe him, he replied: 'The world is a better place with curiosity and being speculative. Being speculative about information is one of the best things about science! Just being a skeptic in general, and questioning everything has led to a lot of scientific and personal truths.' He then proceeded to explain their deliberations, describing Heard as a poor witness and saying they found Depp far more credible. 'What would you say was the moment that you were like NOPE.. if she's lying about this she's lying about everything?' asked one TikTok user. He replied: 'I would say the donation/ pledge to charity.' Heard had promised to donate half of her $7...
    Amber Heard's lead attorney has spoken out following her stunning civil suit loss and says the actress is unable to pay the $8.35 million in damages she owes Johnny Depp.  Lawyer Elaine Charlson Bredhoft, who represented Heard at trial, appeared on the Today Show on Thursday and said that Heard has 'excellent grounds' to appeal the verdict and plans to do so. Asked if the Aquaman actress would be able to pay the damages she owes Depp after a jury vindicated his claims that she lied by accusing him of abuse during their marriage, Bredhoft replied: 'No, absolutely not.' In a blockbuster verdict, a jury in Virginia on Wednesday awarded Depp more than $10 million in damages. In a split decision, Heard also won a $2 million verdict against Depp, leaving her owing him a little more than $8 million.  Lawyer Elaine Charlson Bredhoft, who represented Heard at trial, appeared on the Today Show on Thursday and said that Heard has 'excellent grounds' to appeal Amber Heard's lead attorney has spoken out following her stunning civil suit loss and says...
    Model Naomi Campbell has shown her support for Johnny Depp together with a raft of other celebrities including Sharon Osbourne, Pretty Little Liars star Ashley Benson and comedian Morgana Robinson. No sooner had the just reached its verdict in the Johnny Depp, Amber Heard defamation trial, celebrities began casting their own thoughts as well.  Campbell simply posted four hearts underneath Depp's statement. Benson, meanwhile, posted a photo of Depp on her Instagram with the caption: 'YESSSSS.' Musician Ryan Adams, himself accused of physical and emotional abuse in 2019 by numerous women, posted a message with a heart, prayer hands and flame emojis in reaction to Depp's statement. Reality TV and YouTube star Harry Jowsey, commented: 'That was the craziest 7 weeks!! Johnny Depp won #JohnnyDepp.' But there were also some in showbusiness who took Amber Heard's side, although perhaps less explicitly.  Amy Schumer posted an uplifting feminist quote without directly referring to Heard. It garnered support from Lindsay Lohan who replied with some praising hands. The blockbuster defamation trial between feuding exes Johnny Depp and Amber Heard captivated the nation after it...
    Amber Heard's supporters have reacted with dismay to the verdict in the defamation case with Johnny Depp, accusing the jury of being sexist and racist, and declaring: 'This is not justice'. Heard, 36, said she was 'heartbroken' after the five men and two women of the jury found her account of being abused by Depp was largely untrue. She was ordered by the court to pay him $15 million in damages. The jury found her partially vindicated, and awarded her $2 million, but the verdict was overwhelmingly in his favor. Heard's fans, who have been massively outnumbered by Depp's vocal and devoted supporters, were shocked and saddened by the decision, at the end of the six week trial in Virginia. 'This jury is a racist, sexist fan-group and nothing more,' said one person, who said they initially backed Depp. 'I have no hope for women - ever.' The jury was a mix of white, black and Asian people.  Another added: 'My heart goes out to Amber. F*** that sexist jury and f*** this sexist country!' Heard (pictured in court on...
    Hollywood has never seen a blockbuster quite like it – a charismatic leading man, his former leading lady and a racing rollercoaster that enthralled a global television audience for more than six weeks. The one-time golden couple fought viciously for their reputations – and their careers – in a stunning sequel to the original two years ago, when the High Court in London had ruled that Johnny Depp was a wife-beater. Last night, it was Depp who emerged victorious – and the key to his victory may well have been the three minutes of evidence by his former girlfriend, Kate Moss. Beaming in over Zoom from her home in the Cotswolds, Moss – who had been Depp’s partner for four years to 1998 – coolly rubbished claims repeated by Amber Heard that Depp had once pushed her down the stairs. Amber Heard waits before the jury said that they believe she defamed ex-husband Johnny Depp And then there was the revelation that far from paying over $7million (£5.6million) from her divorce to charity – as Miss Heard had promised –...
    Megyn Kelly says following the Johnny Depp verdict earlier today, Amber Heard is a walking red flag when she returns to Hollywood. Speaking with Floyd Abrams on the Wednesday edition of his podcast Speaking Freely, Kelly said Heard is now completely ‘unemployable.’ Abrams, the father of Mediaite founder Dan Abrams, asked Kelly what she believed was next for Heard following the jury’s decision to award Depp with $15 million dollars. “I think she’s professionally ruined for the time being,” Kelly said bluntly. “I’m not sure whether she comes back from this, even in a town that’s very liberal and that would be much more in the knee jerk ‘I believe all women camp.'” She continued, “The problem for her in Hollywood is not that a jury has said what it’s said. The problem for her in Hollywood is the nation watched this trial and they decided she was a liar and he was a truth-teller.” “Yes, they were manipulated by the press,” Kelly admitted. “Yes, they saw YouTube mashups that the jury didn’t see and all of that, but they...
    Are Kate Moss and Johnny Depp going to get back together? Social media exploded with speculation that the '90s couple might reunite after she gave testimony defending her ex in his $100 million defamation trial against Amber Heard. Notoriously-private Moss, 48, put aside her infamous hatred of interviews and the media in order to rush to Depp's aid in court today, taking to the stand on his behalf and delivering a sensational blow to his ex-wife Heard's case by squashing the actress' claim that Depp once pushed his supermodel ex down a flight of stairs. Now, many social media users are convinced that the pair - who was Hollywood's 'it' couple when they dated from 1994 to 1998 - are going to reignite their former flame. The internet was flooded with tweets from enthralled Twitter users who called Moss Depp's 'true love.' One pointed out that Depp 'lit up' when he saw Moss on the screen, while another wondered if they still had romantic feelings for each other.  Others hoped that if they didn't, the court case would bring back...
    A body language expert has revealed how Kate Moss 'lit up with warmth' while recalling the 'memory' of her romance with Johnny Depp while she testified for her ex in his $100 million defamation trial against Amber Heard - which left the actor failing to hide his delighted grin. Notoriously-private Moss, 48, put aside her infamous hatred of interviews in order to rush to Depp's aid today in court, taking to the stand on his behalf and delivering a sensational blow to his ex-wife Heard's case by squashing the actress' claim that Depp once pushed his supermodel ex down a flight of stairs.  Now, body language expert Judi James has analyzed the subtle movements in Moss' face and expression, which she said implied that the star has nothing but warm feelings towards her former beau, despite her previously claiming that their breakup left her heartbroken for 'years.' On the other hand, James claimed that Heard's uncomfortable look throughout the testimony suggested that she felt 'denial or irrelevance.' A body expert has revealed how Kate Moss 'lit up with warmth' while recalling...
    Johnny Depp’s lawyers sprang a surprise rebuttal witness on Tuesday afternoon: the owner of a luxury desert trailer-park where a group getaway in 2013 with Depp, Amber Heard, and friends allegedly turned violent. Heard testified earlier in May in the ongoing defamation trial between the divorced couple that around a campfire at the Hicksville trailer park, Depp grabbed a female friend of Heard’s by the wrist because he was jealous and threatened to break it. Afterward, Heard testified, Depp began smashing items inside their trailer. Over a string of objections from Heard’s lawyers, Morgan Higby Night—who sold Hicksville in 2020 and has slammed Heard as “jealous and crazy”—testified on Tuesday: “I never saw Depp get physical with anyone.” Night said he saw Depp and Heard arguing outside their trailer that night. “He was kind of cowering and seemed almost afraid,” he claimed. But he admitted on cross examination that he once called Heard “jealous and crazy” that night in a tweet during the trial, even as he denied being a fan of Depp’s.
    After Amber Heard’s defense team rested their case on Tuesday, Johnny Depp’s lawyers opened the last round of testimony in the sprawling defamation trial between the former couple with a rebuttal of the argument that the actor’s former attorney and Twitter trolls sabotaged Heard’s acting career. A movie executive who worked with Heard on the hit superhero film Aquaman, as well as expert witnesses for Depp, took aim at Heard’s own final witness from Monday: a movie industry consultant named Kathryn Arnold. Arnold had estimated Heard’s probable losses at $45-$50 million over five years starting around 2018 based on her career trajectory before her conflicts with Depp metastasized in court and online. First up was Walter Hamada, president of DC Films, the movie wing of the superhero comics imprint behind the $1 billion-grossing Aquaman, which featured Heard opposite Jason Momoa in the title role. Testifying in a pre-recorded video, Hamada reiterated the Depp team’s argument that screen chemistry with Momoa, not negative publicity surrounding her breakup, was responsible for Heard’s reduced presence in the Aquaman sequel due in March of...
     Johnny Depp is being supported through his bitter libel case against ex-wife Amber Heard by a former celebrity therapist who was struck off for seducing vulnerable female patients. Beechy Colclough, who once counted Kate Moss and Sir Elton John as clients, has been accompanying Depp to court in Virginia where the actor is suing actress Ms Heard for defamation, The Mail on Sunday can reveal. SUPPORT: Beechy Colclough (right) behind Johnny Depp and lawyer Camille Vasquez at Fairfax County Court last week Dressed in black, wearing dark glasses and for much of the early stages of the trial a mask, Colclough, who has appeared on ITV’s This Morning and the now-defunct GMTV, has been spotted arriving and leaving Fairfax County Court with the Pirates Of The Caribbean star. A source close to Belfast-born Colclough said: ‘Beechy has been friendly with Johnny for the last three years so of course was going to be supporting him in court. ‘He has become a fundamental part of Johnny’s inner circle but perhaps for obvious reasons was worried about being spotted, given it is...
    By BEN FINLEY To hear actor Ellen Barkin tell it, Johnny Depp was a controlling, jealous and angry man even back in the 1990s, when the two dated. “Where are you going?” Barkin said Depp would ask her. “Who are you going with? What did you do last night?” Barkin added: “I had a scratch on my back once that got him very, very angry because he insisted it came from me having sex with a person who wasn’t him.” Barkin recalled her relationship with Depp during a previously taped deposition that was played in a Virginia courtroom Thursday by lawyers for Depp’s ex-wife, Amber Heard. Heard’s attorneys are trying to undermine Depp’s libel lawsuit against her. Depp says a 2018 op-ed piece Heard wrote in The Washington Post unfairly portrayed him as a domestic abuser and cost him a lucrative Hollywood career that included the “Pirates of the Caribbean” movie franchise. Depp has testified he never struck Heard and that he was the victim of abuse inflicted by her. But Heard’s attorneys say those denials lack credibility because he...
    Actress Amber Heard's friend Elizabeth Marz claimed to be frightened of Heard's then-partner Johnny Depp during Depp's $50 million defamation suit against Heard. "Personally, I was scared of him," Marz said during her deposition shown in court Wednesday. Marz claimed she was with Heard in the penthouse suite she shared with Depp when, on one occasion, he burst through the door "wasted" and waving a large bottle of wine. WATCH: AMBER HEARD SAYS JOHNNY DEPP'S LACK OF EYE CONTACT IS PROOF 'HE'S GUILTY' "What he mumbled was 'Get your b**** out of here,'" Marz said of Depp's immediate reaction to seeing her with Heard. "It felt more combative than sloppy. ... It was completely the way he entered into the room — rushed in, his energy. ... It was scary. My heart was beating really quickly, and I freaked out." Heard was seen smirking at Marz's characterization of Depp's behavior that night. "I didn't witness firsthand Johnny abusing Amber," Marz went on to say. Heard's makeup artist, Melanie Inglessis, had...
    Amber Heard’s former best friend Raquel ‘Rocky’ Pennington testified that she saw several injuries on the actress before her appearance on the Late Late Show with James Corden. In a January 2022 video testimony played in court Wednesday, Pennington said she saw Heard with a red and swollen face, adding, “The hair had been ripped out of her head.” “I don’t think I even slept that night, watching her to make sure she didn’t …,” Pennington began before becoming emotional to finish the sentence. She later confirmed she stayed up that night to make sure Heard did not have a concussion. WATCH: Pennington gets emotional as she describes injuries on Heard’s face. Pennington notes photos of the injuries were taken the night before she appeared on The Late Late Show with James Corden.#JohnnyDepp #AmberHeard @LawCrimeNetwork pic.twitter.com/il188x6OQP — Sierra Gillespie (@sierragillespie) May 18, 2022 Despite the reported injuries, Heard still sat down with James Corden the next night, which has come up several times throughout the trial, as Depp’s team has noted she had no visible injuries during the December 2015 appearance. Pennington fought...
    An emotional Amber Heard told a court Monday strident calls for her removal from the Aquaman sequel, Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom have increased at the same time her part has been reduced. Some 4.2 million people had signed on to a Change.org petition to have her cut from the DC Extended Universe film, set to launch in theaters on March 17, 2023. That’s up from 2.3 million, the number of signatures that had been collected on April 28, Breitbart News reported. The petition launched in the fall of 2020 after Heard was revealed in audio recordings admitting to hitting former partner Johnny Depp while mocking his manhood.  Signatures have picked up in recent weeks as Depp testified under oath to being abused by Heard and she has been forced to respond. Yahoo News reports on Monday, as Heard and Depp’s defamation trial resumed following a one-week hiatus, she testified her role in the upcoming movie had been reduced. Nolte: There is no equity in Hollywood when Johnny Depp is unemployable, and Amber Heard is about to star in "Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom." https://t.co/2nEwlFnUw1 — Breitbart News (@BreitbartNews) April 30, 2022...
    Breaking down on the stand, Amber Heard told jurors on Monday that she filed for a domestic violence restraining order against Johnny Depp in 2016 out of desperation for a “good night’s sleep.” “I just wanted to change my locks,” Heard said on the stand at Fairfax County Court, adding that security guards in her building “would always let [Depp] into the house…no matter if I begged them not to let him over.” “I was scared. I was very conflicted because the person I was afraid of, was also the person I was in love with,” the actor added. The temporary restraining order was granted in May 2016, when Heard finally filed for divorce, which she called the “hardest thing” she’s had to do in her life. But she said she didn’t think she would “survive” her marriage with Depp, whom she claimed physically, verbally, and sexually abused her for years. The pair, who met on the set of The Rum Diaries, had married in 2015. “I was conflicted. I knew after he threw the phone at my face…I knew...
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    Jennifer Grey has revealed her ex fiancé Johnny Depp's defamation trial with Amber Heard 'breaks her heart' and 'wishes' that it was resolved. The actress, 62, who was briefly engaged to the Hollywood icon, 58, in 1989, added that she 'thinks it's sad' and 'wishes everybody well'. However, she recently claimed he was 'crazy jealous' and 'paranoid', adding that he had an 'ill temper' and would get into 'fights at bars' regularly. Under the bus! Jennifer Grey (pictured on The View earlier this week) has revealed her ex fiancé Johnny Depp's trial with Amber Head 'breaks her heart' The Dirty Dancing star told Entertainment Tonight: 'All I can say about that trial is that it breaks my heart for everybody involved.  'I just think it's sad and I wish it was resolved. I just wish everybody well.' RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next David Beckham looks dapper in a black suit as he parties... Kylie Jenner puts on a sultry display as she shares another... 'I thought I would throw up!' Minnie Driver claims she felt......
    Amber Heard testified Thursday that one of her biggest fights with Johnny Depp began over an argument over his accusation that she slept with both her co-star and director on the Oscar-nominated film The Danish Girl.  Heard, 36, portrayed Ulla Paulson in the 2015 film, which was nominated for four Oscars. She claims Depp believed that she was sleeping with both co-star Eddie Redmayne and director Tom Hooper.  'I got that sense that he thought I was sleeping with the director, and then it was with the actor I was filming with,' Heard testified, clarifying that the actor she was referring to was Redmayne, who won the Best Actor Oscar for his performance. Heard said that she was not having an affair with either man but claimed Depp called her at her London hotel and became angry when she didn't immediately answer.  'We get into an argument. He was accusing me of [sleeping with] Eddie Redmayne. He thought I was working with Billy Bob Thornton but I'd already worked with him a year earlier. He was very upset about him.'  Heard said...
    Amber Heard testified Thursday that she felt protective over Johnny Depp's daughter Lily-Rose and fought the actor over some of the things he allowed her to do, including dating men when she was under 18 and using marijuana from a young age.  Heard, 36, said she felt protective around Lily-Rose, now herself an actress, and got into an argument with Depp over allowing an unnamed music star whom his teen daughter 'had a crush on' to sleep over. This happened despite the star, Heard claims, being well over 18 and Lily-Rose being underage.  'This argument happened because I didn't agree that this gentleman - a famous musician over the age of 18 - spent the night at the house and I felt protective over Lily-Rose and concerned and naturally, they were not might children, it's not my place and I understand it, I know it's a sensitive subject so I understand why Johnny got so upset with me.' She said that moments like this and that Johnny introduced Lily-Rose - now 22 - to marijuana as early as the age...
    Amber Heard took the stand on Thursday to talk about the fight that led to her then-husband Johnny Depp losing part of his finger. Heard said it was the same night Depp sexually assaulted her with a bottle, which her lawyer alluded to in her opening statement of Depp's $50 million defamation suit against her. Depp had reportedly promised to pursue sobriety, but an argument ensued when the pair met up in Australia in February 2015 shortly after getting married because Depp suggested the two use MDMA together. Heard saw Depp take a "big swig of a wine bottle." WATCH: 'THIS IS HORRIBLE,' SAYS HEARD IN TESTIMONY AGAINST DEPP Earlier, Depp testified that the fight began when Heard confronted him over a post-nuptial agreement, after many failed discussions regarding a prenuptial agreement. On Thursday, Heard claimed she was the one to initiate a post-nuptial agreement and had never discussed a prenuptial with Depp. Heard also cited this post-nuptial agreement as a catalyst in the fight. Heard found Depp at the bar of...
    Amber Heard claimed that her ex-husband Johnny Depp hit her so hard after the 2014 Met Gala, that she feared he broke her nose. Heard detailed the incident while testifying during the bombshell trial on Thursday morning, claiming the fight began after Depp accused her of flirting at the event. “At some point in the evening, we’re sitting across the table and Johnny starts asking me about this woman, he thought I was looking at this woman in a sexual way,” she said. “He was accusing me of flirting and that’s how the argument started. I don’t recall what other accusations I was fielding in that moment, but typically it was more than just one.” Heard went on to say that when the then-couple returned to their hotel room, Depp shoved her and began to act violently. “I remember what started it was this accusation I had been flirting at this event. We get back to the hotel room and Johnny shoves me and kind of grabs me by the collarbone area. Above my collarbone, below my neck,” she said. “I think...
    There is nothing funny about a bad tattoo.  But Amber Heard broke down in tears when she told a court that the first time Johnny Depp hit her was because he thought she was making fun of his latest inking. ‘I had never been hit like that,’ she said, the compliant Olive Oyl to his tattooed Popeye. ‘I knew you don’t come back from that, and it broke my heart.’ Heard also choked back sobs when she said the defamation trial brought against her by Depp is the ‘most painful and difficult thing I have ever gone through’ – and all this happened during the first hours of her testimony, which is expected to last for days. Heard (pictured testifying yesterday) cried as she said Depp 'slapped her across the face' It was 2pm local time when Miss Heard finally took the stand in her own defence against Johnny Depp. Fans must have been pleased that her lawyer Elaine Bredehoft wasted no time in getting straight to the heart of the matter. Dutiful Olive Oyl (right) is the long-suffering wife...
    By MATTHEW BARAKAT FAIRFAX, Va. (AP) — Amber Heard said she knew she should leave Johnny Depp the first time he hit her, but she couldn’t bring herself to do it. “I knew I couldn’t just forgive him, right, because that means it will happen again. Like, I’ve seen the health class videos,” Heard told jurors through tears as she took the stand in Depp’s libel lawsuit against her. “I was heartbroken.” Ultimately, though, she couldn’t bring herself to break up. She walked away after being slapped, but a few days later Depp came back with an apology, a few cases of her favorite wine, and a promise he’d never do it again, Heard testified. “I wanted to believe him, so I chose to,” she said. Depp, 58, is suing Heard for libel in Fairfax County Circuit Court after she wrote a December 2018 op-ed in The Washington Post describing herself as “a public figure representing domestic abuse.” The article never mentions Depp by name, but Depp’s lawyers say he was defamed nevertheless because it clearly referred to accusations she...
    Amber Heard's former nurse testified that the actress sent her pictures with red marks on her face and was told that she was suicidal. Erin Falati testified on Monday that she had written in her nursing notes that the actress had been 'experiencing increased anxiety' in November 2015, as the high-profile defamation trial between the feuding exes entered its fourth week.  Falati, who testified via a pre-recorded deposition, told the court that Heard's sister had told her that the actress 'kept saying she wants to kill herself' in March 2015, after Heard returned from Australia following the couple's explosive fight.  The healthcare worker is set to be questioned by Johnny Depp's lawyers today after Judge Penney Azcarate called an early end to Monday's proceedings before Falati could finish her testimony.  The court was shown photographs of Heard's red and bruised face that the actress had sent to Falati.  Speaking of the photographs, Falati said: 'I'm not an expert... I mean there's color on her face in different areas, I don't know what's what.' Amber Heard's former nurse has testified that the...
    After breaking for lunch Monday, jurors in the fiery defamation case between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard listened to testimony from two expert witnesses, one of whom claimed Depp faced cancellation by Hollywood after his ex-wife published an op-ed in the Washington Post. "Right now, the pinnacle of negativity in Hollywood is being accused of domestic abuse, sexual abuse, violence, and what we've seen is, almost immediately, terminations and cancellations," said Hollywood entertainment lawyer Richard Marks. Richard Marks testifies that Johnny Depp's reputation was in fact damaged by Amber heard's Washington Post op-ed. Steve Helber/AP Marks explained that in his opinion, the entertainment industry is willing to accept diva behavior and drug abuse. However, in the wake of the #MeToo movement, even the accusation of domestic abuse is enough to damage a reputation. According to him, the victim is now afforded the benefit of the doubt. WATCH: 'NICE LITTLE SHINER': AMBER HEARD PUNCHED JOHNNY DEPP, SECURITY RECALLS "My general opinion is that the op-ed damaged Mr. Depp — created a cancel situation,...
    It took 12 days filled with plenty of bizarre antics and grave allegations, but the jurors in Johnny Depp’s defamation lawsuit against Amber Heard on Thursday finally learned major new details about the 2018 Washington Post op-ed at the crux of the titanic legal battle. A video deposition of Terence Dougherty, general counsel for the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), was played to a packed Fairfax County, Virginia, court, detailing how the nonprofit worked with Heard to write and publish the column. In his $50 million lawsuit, Depp has argued that the op-ed—in which Heard describes herself as having emerged as a domestic violence survivor two years earlier, but does not name Depp—“devastated” his career and effectively tagged him as an abuser. In May 2016, Heard had filed for divorce and was granted a temporary restraining order against Depp after she showed up to court with a bruised face. In her application, Heard alleged that Depp threw a phone at her, which he denied. Heard and her legal team have said the December 2018 op-ed was not focused on her...
    The luxurious Gold Coast mansion where Johnny Depp's finger was severed during a blazing row with his then-wife Amber Heard has hit the market - just in time for the exes' high-profile defamation trial. It's the same property where Depp and Heard kept their illegally smuggled Yorkshire terriers Pistol and Boo during their infamous visit to Australia in March 2015. The 10-bedroom, 10-bathroom riverfront property, known as Diamond Head, doesn't have a price guide but is expected to sell for at least $40million. Johnny's house of horrors: The luxurious Gold Coast mansion where Johnny Depp's finger was severed during a blazing row with his then-wife Amber Heard has hit the property market Spacious: The 10-bedroom, 10-bathroom riverfront property, known as Diamond Head, doesn't have a price guide but is expected to sell for at least $40million The home, which is being listed by Amir Mian Prestige, sits on 18 hectares of land and boasts 628 metres of prime Coomera and Pimpama River frontage. The property also has a full-size tennis court and marina, as well as a 400sqm concrete area which can be used as a helipad....
    A Los Angeles police officer who responded to a domestic dispute at actor Johnny Depp's penthouse suite testified that she saw no signs of a crime Tuesday. The entirety of officer Melissa Saenz's deposition was shown on the ninth day of the fiery defamation lawsuit between Depp and ex-wife Amber Heard. Saenz reported she did not give Heard a pamphlet on domestic violence resources, as is customary with victims, when she arrived at the suite the actress shared with Depp on May 21, 2016, after 9 p.m. WATCH: DOCTOR SAYS HEARD'S ACTIONS SHOW 'BORDERLINE PERSONALITY DISORDER' "I did not identify her as a domestic violence victim," Saenz said. She added that Heard looked red in the face from crying but not from an injury, in her opinion. She also claims not to have heard or seen anything indicating domestic violence had occurred. The officer further verified that Heard did not want to press charges against Depp at the time she arrived at the scene. Saenz did say she would have filed...
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