The high-profile defamation case of Hollywood stars Amber Heard and Johnny Depp has again come into the limelight. Amid an extended trial of several months, many big revelations were made in this case. After which, the court closed the case giving its verdict in favour of Johnny Depp. After this, the court ordered Amber Heard to deposit some amount as compensation. Meanwhile, the case of Heard and Depp has taken a new turn. Amber Heard has questioned the court, saying that the evidence she gave in court has been ignored.
Amber Heard’s lawyer has appealed to overturn the court’s decision. At the same time, appealing to the court has demanded a new trial on the defamation case. According to reports, Ember’s legal team has questioned the court’s decision, claiming that no evidence has been presented in this case based on orders to pay $ 10 million compensation to Hurd.
Furthermore, the report further states that Johnny Depp’s team has not proved that all the allegations against him on behalf of Amber Heard were false. In such a situation, now Amber has approached the court and appealed to reopen the case.
On June 1, the court gave the verdict.
It is worth noting that in 2018, an article by Amber Heard was published in The Washington Post. In this article, Heard made serious allegations of domestic violence against Johnny Depp. However, Hurd did not mention Depp’s name anywhere in the report. After reading this article, Depp filed a defamation suit against the ex-wife. After which, the court ruled in favour of Johnny Depp on June 1, 2022, after this trial that lasted for six weeks.
Amber Heard’s team raised questions on the court.
After the closure of the case, Amber Heard’s lawyer also claimed that Heard had no idea what the headline of the article was. At the same time, Heard’s team also says that the amount of the order to fill the compensation given to Heard is very high. Along with this, no evidence of any kind was presented by Depp to negate the evidence that came to the fore regarding the allegations against Depp. Hurd’s team has raised questions on this issue as well.