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Johnny Depp’s childhood friend breaks down in tears on stand as he says ‘It’s not right’

Hollywood actor Johnny Depp was defended on the witness stand by childhood friend Isaac Baruch in his libel trial against Amber Heard on Wednesday morning

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Johnny Depp Trial: Isaac Baruch Says ‘It’s Not Fair What She Did’

Johnny Depp’s childhood friend broke down in tears in the courtroom as he took the stand in the actor’s libel case against Amber Heard on Wednesday morning.

The actor’s friend Isaac Baruch, who has known Johnny since the couple were teenagers growing up in Florida, was overcome with emotion as he insisted the process “isn’t right.”

Isaac, who has been described as Johnny’s “best friend,” listed a number of ways the Pirates of the Caribbean actor had helped him throughout his difficult career, offering support when he needed it most as he spoke about his loyal nature spoke.

Johnny’s pal said the actor loved his artwork so much that he gave him a penthouse rent-free and paid him about $100,000 for the three years he lived there.

On the witness stand, the actor’s close friend said Johnny’s family suffered immensely as a result of the courtroom drama.







Johnny’s pal said the actor loved his artwork so much that he gave him a penthouse apartment rent-free
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“For Johnny, all of these things have completely destroyed his family. And it’s not fair. It’s not right what she did and what happened to so many people affected by this,” Isaac insisted as he broke down in tears.

“It’s crazy how that happened,” he added.

Isaac went on to insist that he “never witnessed” Hollywood star Heard become physically violent.

“I never saw it. I have never seen or seen what kind of claim is being made. Never,” he said.







Isaac went on to insist that he “never witnessed” Hollywood star Heard become physically violent
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The former couple’s recent trial, in which Depp will testify, stems from a complaint he filed in 2019.

The actor claims Heard defamed him in an article she wrote for the Washington Post in 2018. The 35-year-old actress described herself in the article as “a public figure who represents domestic violence,” though she didn’t name him.

Depp has sought £38.4million in damages. Heard filed a £76.7million counterclaim, accusing Depp of organizing a “smear campaign” against her and describing his lawsuit as a continuation of “abuse and harassment”.







Isaac Baruch has known Johnny since the two teenagers grew up in Florida
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Attorneys for Pirates of the Caribbean star Depp said on opening day yesterday the evidence shows the Aquaman actress is a compulsive liar.

His attorney, Benjamin Chew, told the Fairfax, Virginia jury they probably know his client as a “distinguished artist.”

Mr Chew said: “The evidence will show that Heard’s false allegations had a significant impact on Depp’s family and his ability to work in the profession he loved.”







In 2020, Depp lost a defamation case suing News Group Newspapers
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The trial is expected to hear more than 100 witnesses and could take six weeks.

In 2020, Depp lost a defamation case suing News Group Newspapers. During the event, details of the couple’s relationship were revealed.

Warner Bros later removed Depp from its Fantastic Beasts film series.

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