The trial resumed on Monday after a week-long break with Amber Heard and Johnny Depp going through one another’s allegations in the court docket. The much-publicised trial has caught the consideration of their followers throughout the globe as they proceed to make surprising revelations about one another. During the course of the trial, many have famous that Johnny has by no means regarded at Amber in the eye whereas she has regarded at him a number of occasions. Johnny’s attorney requested Amber about the identical on Monday. Also learn: Amber Heard denies defecating in Johnny Depp’s bed, says ex Elon Musk was ‘true gentleman’ as testimonials restart
According to People, Johnny’s attorney Camille Vasquez requested Amber about him not trying at her. Amber accepted that he has certainly not regarded at her. When the attorney requested Amber, “You know precisely why Mr. Depp will not look again at you, do not you?” she confirmed, “I do.” The attorney once more requested Amber, “He promised you you’d by no means see his eyes once more, is that true?” to which she replied, “I do not recall if he stated that.”
Camille went on to play an audio of Johnny and Amber’s final assembly, claiming she begged him to hug her to say goodbye. She once more requested Amber, “He’s stored that promise, hasn’t he?” to which Amber merely replied, “As far as I do know, he can’t look at me.”
Earlier, Amber’s spokesperson had instructed the tabloid that Johnny “doesn’t have the braveness to even look at Ms. Heard.”
Attorneys for Johnny started their questioning of Amber in the couple’s defamation trial on Monday and challenged her claims that she suffered bodily abuse earlier than and during their temporary marriage. Johnny, 58, is suing Amber, 36, for $50 million, saying she defamed him when she claimed she was a sufferer of home abuse. She has countersued for $100 million, arguing that he smeared her by calling her a liar. Closing arguments are scheduled for May 27.
The authorized case facilities on a December 2018 opinion piece by Amber that appeared in the Washington Post. The article by no means talked about Johnny by identify, however his lawyer instructed jurors it was clear Amber was referencing him.
(With Reuters inputs)