Johnny Depp and Amber Heard’s ongoing defamation trial takes surreal turns with every hearing. Lately, in the middle of the defamation trial, Johnny Depp started to scribble on sticky notes that were kept on the table. Quite the opposite, Amber Heard fires the PR team over “bad headlines” amid the trial. Despite all the rage and mass petitions being filed with each passing day, all these instances make it more of a joke.
Recently, Heard turned all the attention to herself firstly because of her PR team and secondly due to the revelations made by Dr. Dawn Hughes regarding Heard’s mental health. She revealed how Heard was sexually assaulted at the hand of Johnny Depp whenever he was annoyed or high. These reports truly make us all reconsider all the statements and petitions released against Amber Heard.
Johnny Depp doodles artwork
crying over Johnny Depp’s lawyer looking at his doodle like a proud dad???? pic.twitter.com/zgns7Rfhxx— L????on epi 7 Hearstopper!! (@zayn_brain) April 27, 2022
In Fairfax, Virginia, Johnny Depp’s defamation lawsuit against his ex-wife Amber Heard is going on trial. Inside the courtroom, Depp was spotted scribbling to put himself in a good mood. Footage from the trial that was leaked on the internet has grabbed the public’s attention. The “Pirates of the Caribbean” star doodles what appears to be a sketch of a woman and displays it off to his lawyer, Benjamin Chew, in the video. Chew nods and puts his hand to his heart “like a proud dad,” said one Twitter user.
Amber Heard fires PR team
Due to negative publicity surrounding her current defamation trial against Johnny Depp, Heard reportedly fired her public relations team and hired a new one. She “doesn’t like bad headlines” and is “frustrated” that her story isn’t being portrayed adequately, according to reports. News and updates on them abound on the internet and in the media. However, support for the Pirates of the Caribbean actor has filled social media, and a campaign to remove Heard from Aquaman 2 has now surpassed three million signatures. She had to replace her PR team as the petition picked up steam, in order to increase her media coverage.