American attorney Camille Vasquez undoubtedly played a major role in Johnny Depp and Amber Heard’s trial. Some even believe that she is the reason why Johnny Depp won. After the trial, she appeared in a one-on-one TV interview with Access Hollywood’s Mario Lopez.
Camille Vasquez talked about her childhood
The 37-year-old attorney opened up about growing up in a hotel as a child of a Hilton Hotels executive, she shared, “I had a really blessed childhood, but we grew up fast because we were reflections of our father and it was his place of employment and we lived there, but we also had to be, you know, proper young ladies.”
She revealed which actress she’d like to see play her on-screen
Mario Lopez asked who she wants to play as her in a movie, to which she replied, “Some wonderful Latina, hopefully, an actress like Salma Hayek or…Eva Longoria. There’s been some people who have said I look a little bit like that.”
Camille Vasquez also talked about an emotional story
Camille Vasquez got emotional during the interview when she talked about a touching story about a mother who drove her daughter to the defamation trial just so she could watch the attorney at work.
“I had a mother drive, take her daughter out of school and drive her to watch the trial. During one of the breaks and she, she stopped me, and she made me cry because she said, ‘I took my daughter out of school, it was important enough because I wanted her to meet you.’ And, you know she said there aren’t role models out there. Young, female, Hispanic role models for her to look up to and you’ve been that for her, so thank you. And I, again I was really touched by that, and I don’t know how it happened but other than I was just doing my job.”
Camille Vasquez represented actor Johnny Depp in the defamation case he brought against his ex-wife Amber Heard.
Vasquez played an important role in the defamation case that Johnny Depp brought against his ex-wife Amber Heard. She represented actor Johnny Depp in the case and he eventually won the case.
Johnny Depp sued Amber Heard for defamation over an op-ed she wrote for The Washington Post back in 2018. In the post, she claimed to be a victim of domestic abuse. Later, the jury found that the editorial was about Johnny Depp and he won the case.