Top lawyer about Depp-Ex – Johnny could sue Amber again

She just won’t stop speaking publicly about Johnny Depp (59). But whether Amber Heard (36) is aware of the possible further consequences?

The actress recently lost to her ex in a mutual defamation lawsuit. Nevertheless, she continues to publicly complain about the Hollywood star. Most recently, she repeated and deepened her allegations against Depp in front of an audience of millions in a TV interview on NBC.

Amber Heard insists Johnny Depp physically and mentally abused her.

Amber Heard spoke to NBC host Savannah Guthrie after the trial ended

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Apparently Amber Heard is even planning a book now. However, that could cost them dearly.

In the most recent defamation trial, Heard was ordered to pay Depp $8 million in damages. money she doesn’t have.

2011: Johnny Depp and Amber Heard at the film premiere of The Rum Diary in London

2011: Johnny Depp and Amber Heard at the film premiere of The Rum Diary in London

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And the statements in her NBC interview could be her undoing again. Legal experts see this as a clear defamation of the Hollywood star.

The focus is, among other things, on Heard’s suggestion that other women were abused by Johnny Depp. Literally, she said, “No other woman has reached out because look what happened to me when I reached out to you?”

June 1, 2022: Heard awaits jury verdict in the defamation trial

June 1, 2022: Heard awaits jury verdict in the defamation trial

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US Attorney Floyd Adams said of the Heard interview on Law & Crime: “Everything seems defamatory. Any time she says or suggests clearly enough that he has committed any wrongdoing, let alone hit someone, that is surely libelous.”

Adams is one of the top legal experts in the USA. As a First Amendment attorney, his specialty is the freedom of opinion and speech guaranteed by the First Amendment of the US Constitution.

Depp had not only the jurors, but also the fans on his side during the trial against Heard

Depp had not only the jurors, but also the fans on his side during the trial against Heard

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Does Depp-Ex risk another lawsuit from Depp with her repeated statements? Adams: “If he sued, I think he had a very, very good chance.”

However, the legal expert would not advise the Hollywood star to go back to court. “From my point of view, Johnny Depp has a couple of alternatives. Probably the wisest thing to do is to do nothing.”

June 19, 2022: Depp on stage at the Helsinki Blues Festival

June 19, 2022: Depp on stage at the Helsinki Blues Festival

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Johnny Depp’s team said before the Heard interview aired, “It is unfortunate that while Johnny seeks to move on with his life, the defendant and her team are once again repeating, reinventing and renegotiating matters long since decided by the court and a verdict handed down unequivocally in Johnny’s favor by a jury.”

And idiot? It rocks away the stress of the last few months – in the truest sense of the word. The actor and musician is currently on tour with Jeff Beck and will also perform in Germany in July.

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