Amber Heard’s defamation case resumes today after a week of shocking testimony

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The trial for Johnny Depp’s defamation lawsuit against his ex-wife Amber Heard has been adjourned until Monday after a third day of testimony in Virginia.

On Thursday, testimony from witness Gina Deuters, a friend of Depp’s, was dropped from the record and dismissed after she admitted seeing online clips of the trial. Instead, video evidence was provided by Dr. Played David Kipper, who was treating the actor for addiction.

Previously, recorded testimonies from Heard’s former assistant, Kate James, and the couple’s marriage counselor, Dr. Laurel Anderson, shown detailing their “mutual abuse”.

Depp claims a 2018 article on domestic violence against women, written by Heard, implied he was an abuser during their relationship. Although she didn’t give his name, lawyers claim her allegations made it difficult for the actor to land film roles.

He is seeking $50 million (£38.2 million) in damages during the trial in Fairfax County Circuit Court. Heard has filed a counterclaim against Depp for harassment.

Depp previously lost a defamation suit against The Sun newspaper in the UK over the same article by Heard.

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