Reports say that Heard and Johnny Depp have come to an agreement about her lawsuit against him for libel.
As a result of the agreement, Heard will no longer face criminal charges for writing a libellous opinion piece for the Washington Post in 2018. After a trial that was shown on TV for weeks, the jury found Heard guilty of lying.
A Defamation Settlement Was Reached Between Her and Johnny Depp. Suit
The Instagram post Amber Heard made on Monday. She got Johnny Depp to stop saying bad things about her. During their conversation, Heard said that agreeing with Depp was “extremely hard.” After “considerable thought,” he decided what to do.
A person close to Depp says that, contrary to what Heard said, the verdict against her can still be used against her if she makes false or defamatory claims in the future. The source also says that Depp has promised to give Heard’s money to other charities, which will be made public later.
Heard and Depp Have Reached an Agreement for the Time Being
After his lawyer, Adam Waldman, said that her charges of assault were “a hoax,” he had to pay Heard $2 million.
Heard fought the fine at first, but now she doesn’t. Monday, Heard and Depp came to a deal that, for now, ends their lawsuits against each other. The details of the deal were not made public.
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In an Instagram post on Monday morning, Heard said that her decision to settle was “extremely hard.” The legal battle between Heard and Depp was over.
In a courtroom in Fairfax County, Virginia, the two sides fought for public support. People on social media were very supportive of Depp, as shown by the many videos and posts that questioned Heart’s claims of domestic violence.
In the United Kingdom in 2020, Depp and his wife lost a libel case against the Sun, which had called him a “wife beater.”
A Settlement Has Been Reached Following a Contentious, Week-long Trial
The settlement comes months after a televised trial that lasted for a week and found that Heard had lied about Depp in an opinion piece she wrote for the Washington Post in 2018.
Don’t forget that the article didn’t name Depp. His lawyers said it was a veiled reference to the divorce charges she made against him in 2016.
In her testimony, she gave details about a sexual assault and physical torture that she said she had seen. Depp denied all charges of abusing children.
During the trial, social media posts were mostly in favour of Depp. Online supporters of Heard were turned off by viral videos and memes. Some online producers said that the online response to the trial was bad for people who had been hurt by domestic violence.
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