A jury has ruled that Amber Heard’s op-ed article on domestic violence for the Washington Post smeared her ex-husband Johnny Depp
Amber Heard is set to star in two films following her smearing of ex-husband Johnny Depp.
Johnny, 58, was awarded $10 million (£8m) in punitive damages and $5m (£4m) in punitive damages by a jury on Wednesday (June 1).
The jury ruled that Amber’s op-ed article was titled ‘I spoke out against sexual violence – and faced the outrage of our culture. That has to change,’ for the Washington Post about domestic violence has been defamed.
Amber, 36, was also awarded $2 million (£1.5 million) in punitive damages after it was discovered that one of the Pirates of the Caribbean actor’s lawyers had defamed her, assuming she spilled some wine and ruined the place, tell their story. straight ‘before calling the police.
Despite the outcome of the explosive trial, the actress will appear in two films in the near future.
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Amber completed filming for In The Fire before the trial began in Virginia. The film is set in the 1800s and she plays a North American psychiatrist who comes to a plantation to take care of a boy with ‘special abilities’.
The boy’s care causes trouble in the religious town when the local priest believes he is possessed by a demon.
The film was written and directed by Conor Allyn, who worked on the script with Pascal Borno and Silvio Muraglia.
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According to IMDB, she will also star in Run Away With Me, a film written by Matthew Cirulnick.
The film follows an American in Paris who falls in love with models and the duo become intertwined in the criminal underworld of the European modeling industry.
As a result of the trial, one expert suggested that Amber would struggle to find work in Hollywood again.
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This Morning’s Sam Rubin appeared on the show on Thursday to weigh in on what the verdict might mean for strict exes.
Speaking from afar from Los Angeles, Sam said: “Will Johnny Depp continue his acting career? Before I thought it was completely unlikely. Now, I will describe it from as far back as possible. ”
He then hinted at what might be next for the Aquaman actress, saying: “As for Amber Heard, I think it’s going to be very, very difficult to start here.
“Will she continue with her life as an actress? It seems impossible. Could she become an advocate or spokesperson of some sort?
“I think a parallel with Monica Lewinsky here in the United States, I think it’s possible.”
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