Amber Heard’s sister Whitney Heard has said the truth will continuously be her ally however it didn’t get ‘reflected in the choice made by the jury.’ The Virginia court’s choice was agreeable to Johnny Depp, whom Amber had blamed for misuse.
Amber Heard’s sister Whitney Heard, who had even affirmed for the entertainer during the maligning preliminary, has written a long note after the court gave a ruling for Amber’s ex and entertainer Johnny Depp. Promising to be everlastingly Amber’s ally, Whitney said reality will be her ally however ‘it wasn’t reflected in the choice made by this jury.’
Whitney composed on Instagram, “I stand with you, sissy. Recently, today and tomorrow I will constantly be glad for you for going to bat for yourself, for affirming both here in Virginia and the UK, and for being the voice of so many who can’t address the things that occur in secret. We realize that this would have been a daunting task and that the odds were not good for us. Be that as it may, you stood up and stood up notwithstanding.”
She added, “I am so respected to affirm for you, and I would do it multiple times over because I know what I saw and because the fact of the matter is everlastingly your ally. Please accept my apologies that it wasn’t reflected in the choice made by this jury, however, I won’t ever abandon you, and neither will anybody who remains with you. Perpetually close by… #istandwithamberheard.”
Johnny, 58, would be granted $10 million in compensatory harms and $5 million in reformatory harms, the appointed authority reported on June 1. For her counterclaim, Amber was given $2 million in compensatory harm yet no corrective harm. After the adjudicator diminished the aggregate granted to Johnny because of a Virginia rule covering corrective harms, Amber will just need to pay $10.35 million.
When inquired as to whether her client Amber could pay the endorsed aggregate during a meeting on Today, attorney Elaine Bredehoft replied, “Goodness, no, in no way, shape, or form.”