Court filing alleges, among other things, that one of the jurors was not who court records say they were
NBC's "Today" show aired Amber Heard's first interview since her bitter defamation trial against her ex-husband Johnny Depp.
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Amber Heard said that she believes that notes taken by her doctor, in which she reported alleged abuse by Johnny Depp, would have made a difference in the jury’s decision in her ex-husband’s defamation case. The notes, though, were excluded from the six-week trial. In the latest excerpt of her interview with NBC News’ Savannah [
'No matter what I say, or how I say it, every step that I take will present another opportunity for this sort of silencing,' Amber Heard said.
Amber Heard's lawyers argue the verdict was not supported by evidence and are demanding a new trial along with the scrapping of the $10m she was ordered to pay Depp in damages
Amber Heard's sit-down interview is now underway on NBC's "Dateline" -- three weeks after she lost her bombshell defamation case against ex-husband Johnny Depp.
NBC anchor hosting sitdown with actress after defamation trial defeat despite the former’s husband being directly involved in case
A spokesperson for Heard, 36, signaled that the “Aquaman” actress plans to file an appeal.
Ms Heard’s attorney Elaine Bredehoft has said her client will appeal the verdict, which largely favoured Mr Depp. Clémence Michallon speaks to three attorneys about Ms Heard’s potential avenues
Amber Heard said she fears she could face further lawsuits from former husband Johnny Depp if she continues to speak out about their relationship following their high-profile defamation trial.
Amber Heard’s legal team filed a motion Friday requesting that the verdict of the defamation trial against her ex-husband Johnny Depp be tossed, including the $10 35 million in damages awarded to Depp by the jury In addition to Heard’s attorneys arguing that the verdict is not supported by evidence, the 43-page document submitted to the [ ]