Golden Heard’s attorney Elaine Charlson Bredhoft said the entertainer couldn’t pay her ex, entertainer Johnny Depp, $10.35 million in damages. In another meeting on Thursday, Amber’s attorney said that Amber was ‘vilified’ in the US court. Elaine additionally expressed that few things were permitted in this court that shouldn’t have been permitted.
The US jury gave its decision for Johnny Depp in the criticism preliminary. The extended, high-profile broadcast court fight finished when a seven-man jury found that Johnny and Amber had maligned one another, yet sided undeniably more emphatically with Johnny. The jury granted him $10.35 million in harm, conversely, to the $2 million granted to Amber.
Talking with Today, Amber’s legal counselor said about the decision, “She was decried 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 inform them concerning the UK judgment. There is no harm. It halted on November 2, 2020, which is the point at which the judgment descended in the UK.” When inquired as to whether Amber can pay Johnny the judgment, Elaine answered, “God help us, in no way, shape, or form“.
Alluding to the 2020 case in the UK, she said, “The court tracked down there, and we weren’t permitted to let the jury know this, yet the court found that Mr. Depp had committed somewhere around 12 demonstrations of abusive behavior at home, including sexual savagery against Amber. So what did Depp’s group gain from this? Belittle Amber, and stifle the proof. We had a huge measure of proof that was stifled for this situation that was in the UK case. In the UK situation when it came in, Amber won, Mr. Depp lost.”
Johnny sued Amber over a commentary she composed for The Washington Post in December 2018 in which she portrayed herself as a “person of note addressing homegrown maltreatment.” She didn’t name Johnny in the piece, yet he sued her for suggesting he was a homegrown victimizer and looked for $50 million in harm. Golden countersued for $100 million, saying she was slandered by articulations made by Johnny’s attorney, Adam Waldman.