Amber Heard Will Pay Johnny Depp $10.35m And He Must Pay Her $2m After Defamation Trial

Amber Heard has been ordered by a judge to pay Johnny Depp $10.35 million for tarnishing his reputation in an op-ed she wrote in 2012, four years after their divorce. Amber Heard has been ordered to pay Johnny Depp $10.35 million in damages after the defamation trial decision was delivered. Because of the op-ed piece she penned in December 2018 in which she described herself as a victim of domestic abuse, she has been accused of harming Johnny Depp’s reputation.

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According to the AP, Fairfax County Circuit Court Judge Penney Azcarate put a judgment order into the court record following a brief hearing. On Amber’s counterclaim that one of Johnny’s lawyers defamed her, the jury awarded her $2 million.

If Amber decides to appeal her $10.35 million jury award on Friday, the court indicated she will be required to post a bond for the entire amount while her appeal is pending, according to reports. Both awards are subject to a 6% interest rate per year, according to the judge’s order. As previously decided by the jury, the punitive damages award was lowered to $350,000 by the judge due to the state cap on punitive damages.

When asked by Today whether or not the actor could afford such a large sum, Amber’s lawyer, Elaine Charlson Bredehoft, said “no.” Questioned about Johnny’s ability to pay, Amber stated, “Oh no. Absolutely not.”. They were trying to demonize her. As a result, the jury was left perplexed and dissatisfied by the rulings made in this case. There was no way for us to inform them of the UK ruling… Nobody was harmed in this incident.

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In the defamation trial, both stars revealed scandalous facts about their short marriage from 2015 to 2017. The judgment was given on June 1 following a long broadcast trial. Fans from all around the world took sides in the trial and expressed astonishment at what was said about the other on the internet. As Amber has already stated, she intends to take the case to the Supreme Court of Canada if necessary.

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