February 4, 2023

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Amber Heard and Johnny Depp’s trial is over. The actress agreed

Amber Heard vs. Johnny Depp – this case was all over America. Unfortunately for the public, it just ended. At least, according to a post by Amber Heard on Instagram. According to Deadline, no documents have been officially sent to the court in Virginia.

Defamation war. Amber Heard decides to settle down

Amber Heard posted a post on Instagram announcing that she has decided to settle. She claims that the decision was very difficult for her and resulted from her loss of faith in the US judicial system. She made no secret of her bitterness when she wrote about how her testimony became the fodder of the media and social networks. She also admitted that the fight for justice had led her to the brink of bankruptcy.

A woman should not face abuse and bankruptcy for telling the truth, and unfortunately this is not uncommon I wrote.

At the same time, he maintains, the settlement is not an admission of guilt or a waiver.

You can find Amber Heard’s post below:

Settlement details are unknown. However, a statement from Johnny Depp’s lawyer shows that Heard agreed to pay her ex-partner $1 million, which he will donate to charity. At the same time, June’s ruling will be upheld, and Heard and Depp will withdraw their appeals against it.

In a statement from Depp’s attorney, we read that they are happy to close this painful chapter in the actor’s life.

Heard vs. Deb – What’s Up?

Johnny Depp accused his ex-wife Amber Heard, whom he met on the set of the movie “The Rum Diary”, of defamation and demanded $ 50 million in damages. The case is in the aftermath of a brutal divorce battle. However, it relates directly to a column that Amber Heard published in 2018 in The Washington Post. The script showed that she was a victim of domestic violence, and the culprit was Depp, her ex-husband. In Heard’s column, Depp’s name is never mentioned.

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