Four years later
Amber Heard shares insightful post on dispute with Johnny Depp
On Instagram, Amber Heard posted two very similar photos of herself. The background is her years-long court dispute with ex-husband Johnny Depp.
Last year, Johnny Depp lost the delander case against the British newspaper “The Sun”, which had called him a “women’s thug”. A few days ago, the appointment of the actor was rejected. His ex-wife Amber Heard celebrated this with a clear posting on Instagram.
Amber Heard shares insightful photos of herself
The actress shared two photos of herself on the photo platform, on both she wears the same black dress. “One dress, four years in between. Sometimes it’s important to wear the same thing twice,” she wrote. The first image shows Heard in 2016, when she first made domestic violence allegations against her then-husband. A bruise can be seen on her right cheek.
The second recording was made in the summer of last year, when Heard testified again against Depp in the course of the trial against the “Sun”.
Johnny Depp lost
Depp’s appeal was rejected and justified by the competent judge. “We reject Mr. Depp’s request to add further evidence and conclude that his appeal has no real prospect of success,” the court said, adding, “After a three-week high court hearing last year in which both Mr. Depp and Ms. Heard testified, Mr. Justice Nicol found the allegation to be true.”
Before she published the pictures of herself in a black dress, Heard shared a detailed statement on the court decision. “We are pleased – but by no means surprised – by the court’s rejection of Mr. Depp’s appeal. The evidence presented in the British case was overwhelming and indisputable. To reiterate, the original verdict was that Mr. Depp used domestic violence against Amber on no less than twelve occasions, terrified her for her life. The verdict and the long, well-reasoned reasoning of the judgment, including the confidential judgment, were upheld. Mr. Depp’s claim that there was new and important evidence was nothing more than a press strategy and was clearly rejected by the court.”