Johnny Depp And Amber Heard: To avoid conflict, The Court Is Staggering Exes’ Entrances And Exits
Johnny Depp and Amber Heard went on a break from their ongoing defamation case. TMZ discovered that the court has been doing everything it can to protect the two former lovers from colliding. Both performers’ entrances and exits have been meticulously managed by court officials, according to sources acquainted with the matter.
The times got staggered to avoid Johnny Depp and Amber Heard colliding. They’re transported to separate ends of the courthouse for lunch breaks and kept away from the public owing to their famous status.
Deputies stood between her and her ex in a clip from the Aquaman star’s Thursday testimony that has surfaced online. Some speculated that the two made eye contact in the heat of the moment, but sources close to one of the mothers denied this.
The Trial Is Set To Resume On May 16th
Due to a prior commitment by the judge, the defamation trial will resume on May 16th. When the trial resumes, Heard will return to the stand to face her counsel, Elaine Bredehoft, before being cross-examined.
The 36-year-old won’t be able to speak with any of her lawyers during her week off. She’ll use the time to rest and spend time with her family, including her sister, who has been staying with her throughout the trial, according to TMZ.
The jury will deliberate after closing arguments on May 27th. Depp got caught on camera snacking on gummy candy, doodling, and even snickering at his ex-wife’s testimony.
“Mr. Depp’s behaviour in this trial has been as pitiful as it was in their marriage,” a spokesperson for Heard stated. On the other hand, the father of two’s legal team has dubbed the actress’s time in court as “the performance of her life.”
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