The defamation suit between Johnny Depp and his ex-wife Amber Heard has been a hot topic on social media in recent weeks.
The appearance of the famous actor’s lawyer Camille Vasquez caused an unexpected excitement among the public.
Why has this rising star of American law been so talked about since the beginning of this highly publicized investigation? Here are the main reasons.
Star at 37
Kamil Vasquez is already recognized by his peers. In 2021, he received recognition Things to see: America’s best lawyers It rewards the most trusted lawyers in the industry.
He specializes in defamation and communication cases in crisis situations, graduating from the University of Southern California in 2006 and then graduating from the Southwestern Law School in 2010.
The lawyer stood alone for his diligence and aggression in the face of Amber Heard’s statements.
By divorcing Johnny Depp, the young lawyer was able to convince the actress that she lied under oath by proving that she did not donate $ 7 million to charities.
Vasquez also received little attention when he saw that Amber Heard’s allegations of abuse were being questioned.
After the violent incidents described to the jury, he explained his point by showing photos of the actress at public events.
Depp’s new flame?
An event called Camille Vasquez runs the rumor machine at full speed. Some internet users believe the 58-year-old actor fell in love with his lawyer.
The main stakeholders, however, were prudent about his connections with the star Caribbean island pirates.
However, one source was consulted DMZ Denied the message. “It’s nothing more than a ‘fanfiction’,” he said.
Camille Vasquez has been in a serious relationship with a British real estate agent for several months.
Why do people love him so much?
According to the New York Post, videos with the hashtag #CamilleVasquez have received about 541.8 million views on TikTok.
Camille Vasquez’s personality and outspokenness seem to have won the hearts of many fans.
During Amber Herd’s cross-examination she did not hesitate to show her cane tuber.
His Latin origins have inspired many young people from this community in the United States.
Lucero Chavez Basilio, President Latin Bar AssociationAn association representing lawyers of Latin descent hopes that Camille Vasquez will encourage some women to start law school.
The latter handed over USA Today Latin Americans represent only 2% of lawyers in the country.