Days after the decision was reported in the Johnny Depp-Amber Heard slander preliminary, the composed request for Amber to pay Johnny $10.35 million has been passed. She has been considered responsible for harming Johnny Depp’s standing by depicting herself as a homegrown maltreatment casualty in a commentary piece she wrote in December 2018.
As per AP, judge Penney Azcarate entered a judgment request into the court record after a concise hearing in Fairfax County Circuit Court. She additionally requested Johnny to pay Amber $2 million, the jury’s honor on her counterclaim that she was criticized by one of Johnny’s legal counselors.
The news organization further reports that during Friday’s hearing, the adjudicator said that on the off chance that Amber requests, she should post a bond for everything of the $10.35 million honor while the allure is forthcoming. The appointed authority’s structure says the two honors are dependent upon 6% interest each year. The jury had before said that Johnny ought to get $10 million in compensatory harms and $5 million in reformatory harms, however, the adjudicator decreased the correctional harms grant to $350,000 under a state cap.
Prior, Amber’s legal counselor Elaine Charlson Bredehoft let Today know that the entertainer can’t pay such a strong sum. When inquired as to whether Amber would want to pay Johnny the said figure, she answered, “God help us, by no means”.
She had additionally said, “She was disparaged here. Various things were permitted in this court that shouldn’t have been permitted, and it made the jury confused. We weren’t permitted to educate them regarding the UK judgment…There are no harms.”
The decision was reported on June 1 after a long broadcast of the slander preliminary that had both the entertainers uncovering hair-raising subtleties of their short marriage from 2015 to 2017. The preliminary was a fury on the web with devotees of the two from across the world favoring one side while communicating shock over the thing one said about the other. Amber has said she intends to pursue the decision.
Johnny had sued Amber over her 2018 commentary in The Washington Post, in which she referred to herself as “a person of note addressing homegrown maltreatment.”