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Lily-Rose Depp defends decision to remain silent during Johnny Depp and Amber Heard trial
Lily-Rose Depp defended her choice to remain silent during the defamation trial involving her father Johnny Depp and his ex-wife Amber Heard.In a candid interview with Elle, the rising star actress explained why she decided to steer clear of all the drama and not comment directly on the case that was held in Fairfax County, Virginia earlier this year.'When it's something that's so private and so personal that all of a sudden becomes not so personal…I feel really entitled to my secret garden of thoughts,' the model and actress, who is set to star in HBO's upcoming series The Idol, said in the publication's cover story. Her take: Lily-Rose Depp, 23, defended her decision to remain silent and not comment about the Johnny Depp and Amber Heard defamation trial earlier this yearWhile addressing her silence, the Neuilly-sur-Seine, France native, 23, declared she wants to be judged on her own merits and not by the men in her life, whether that be her famous dad or boyfriends in her life.'I also think that I'm not here to answer for anybody, and I feel like for a lot of my career, people have really wanted to define me by the men in my life, whether that's my family members or my boyfriends, whatever.'Sounding confident and somewhat defiant at the same time, she added, 'And I'm really ready to be defined for the things that I put out there.' Johnny Depp started dating Amber Heard following his announcement that he had separated from Lily-Rose's mother, Vanessa Paradis, in June 2012 after being an item for more than 14 years.The Depp and Heard union would only last about a year-and-a-half, ending with Heard filing for divorce in May 2016.
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‘Disgusting!’ Amber Heard's sister blasts MTV for 'desperate' Johnny Depp VMAs appearance
Amber Heard, slammed MTV after they featured actor Johnny Depp in a pre-recorded stunt at the 2022 Video Music Awards.She branded the channel “disgusting” for the feature, as it came shortly after Johnny and Amber’s explosive courtroom battle. Whitney, 34, was angered by the skit which featured the Pirates of the Caribbean star, 59, dressed as a spaceman.Johnny appeared as the MTV “Moon Person” in the pre-recorded sketch, allowing his face to be digitally superimposed into the helmet of the floating figure.Whitney, who has continued to stand by her sister Amber, 36, labelled MTV “disgusting” following the show held at the Prudential Centre in Newark, New Jersey.Her outrage comes after Johnny won his libel case against ex-wife Amber just weeks ago, following the Marvel actress’ allegations that he had been abusive during their relationship.Whitney took to Instagram to call out MTV, continuing to stand by her sister’s claims against Johnny. She wrote, with an apparent reference to domestic violence: "I stand with Amber Heard" and a graphic that renamed the event the "DVMA's".Amber’s sister continued: "@MTV you're disgusting and clearly desperate! “I really hope that none of the people that made this call have daughters..."MTV appeared to be delighting in the occasion, however, with its official Instagram account sharing a joint post with Depp, which was captioned: "Guess who? #VMAs.”During the sketch, as he appeared to float around in the air, the actor could also be heard telling the audience: "And you know what? I needed the work."Johny famously won his libel lawsuit against Amber, who has been ordered to pay the actor millions of dollars in damages.The trial, which was held in Fairfax, Virginia, concluded June 1, and
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Marilyn Manson used racial slur against The Smashing Pumpkins’ James Iha in text message to Johnny Depp
Marilyn Manson used a racial slur against The Smashing Pumpkins’ James Iha during a text message conversation with Johnny Depp.The conversation happened in 2016 after Lindsay Usich (Manson’s current wife) allegedly “filed a police report” against Manson.The text accuses Usich of “pulling an Amber (Heard)” by getting the police involved but, according to Manson, it was only because her brother-in-law James Iha and her “poor, fat Mom want to steal my money”. It’s here Manson uses a racial slur targeted at people of East Asian descent.According to the texts, Depp then offers Manson a place to “hide out”, if he needs it.More text messages between Marilyn Manson and Johnny Depp— kamilla (@k4mil1aa) July 31, 2022Thousands of pages of documents filed in Johnny Depp and Amber Heard’s defamation case were unsealed at the end of last month, with Depp supporters paying over $3,300 (£2700) to access the files.At the start of June, the jury in the Johnny Depp and Amber Heard trial gave their verdict, ruling in favour of Depp.The verdict was returned after almost 13 hours of deliberation across three days at the district court in Fairfax, Virginia.Depp has been awarded $10million (£8million) in compensatory damages and $5million in punitive damages.
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Camille Vasquez says Johnny Depp appealed verdict because Amber Heard did
the $2 million verdict awarded to Amber Heard in the couple’s defamation battle.Vasquez told “CBS Mornings” co-host Gayle King it was “fair” to say that Depp’s team wouldn’t be seeking to appeal if his ex-wife hadn’t first filed to challenge the jury verdict ordering her to pay Depp $10 million in damages.Depp filed his notice of appeal Friday seeking to overturn the single count of defamation that Heard won at their bombshell trial last month. His filing came one day after Heard filed her own appeal.The 59-year-old “Pirates of the Caribbean” actor is hoping that the appeal will nullify the $2 million award the jury handed Heard over her claims that Depp’s lawyer made false and damaging comments about her.Depp, of course, came out victorious last month when a Fairfax County, Va., jury found that Heard defamed him in a 2018 Washington Post op-ed piece on being a victim of domestic abuse.Vasquez said Heard’s appeal was “expected.”“I mean, she’s indicated since the day she lost the trial that she was going to appeal,” the lawyer at Brown Rudnick said. Filing their own appeal is an effort “to protect our client’s interest,” Vasquez said, referring to Depp.She also told King she felt “lucky” to represent the star accused of domestic abuse. Johnny Depp’s lawyer, Camille Vasquez, tells @gayleking that their relatively young legal team was an asset in his case: “I think young people have a fresh perspective on especially these issues, the issues that we were discussing in this case — abuse, Me Too.” @GayleKing sits down with attorney Camille Vasquez, who represented Johnny Depp in his defamation trial win against ex-wife Amber Heard, for her first interview since Heard filed a motion to
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Amber Heard wants new Johnny Depp trial and is 'seeking appeal' to overturn verdict
Amber Heard is asking Fairfax County Circuit Court judge to waive the recent verdict of the defamation case brought against her by Johnny Depp.Lawyers for Aquaman actress recently filed a 43-page document, arguing that the outcome of the trial, more than $10 million (£8.2 million) was not supported by evidence.They argued against Johnny's claims that the 59-year-old reportedly lost his job on Pirates of the Caribbean, due to claims made by Heard in a 2018 opinion piece for the Washington Post.READ MORE: Johnny Depp's Jack Sparrow pictures reinstated at Disneyland after court caseAmber, 36, documented her experience with domestic abuse – Johnny's name was not mentioned in the article but his lawyers argued it "falsely implied" she was a victim of abuse during their marriage.Her legal team asked the court to put the verdict which was in favour of Johnny aside, dismiss the complaint or call for a new trial.Amber's legal team also claim that just one of three statements was found to be defamatory and the article wasn't written by Heard, she simply retweeted it on Twitter the day after it was published.In a court document signed by Elaine Bredehoft, a lawyer for Amber, Johnny allegedly "proceeded solely on a defamation by implication theory, abandoning any claims that Ms Heard's statements were actually false."While Depp's later Ben Chew argued "what we expected, just longer, no more substantive."Heard's lawyers also asked whether one member of the jury served properly on the trial, arguing that Juror 15 had a 25-year difference in their age on the court documents and documents that are publicly available.They argued that Juror 15 was listed as being born in 1945 but "was clearly born later than 1945.