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Johnny Depp vs. Amber Heard juror speaks first time

A juror weighs in for the first time on the Johnny Depp vs. Amber Heard case: An interesting comment was made by a male member of the jury when he stood up and offered a…

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A juror weighs in for the first time on the Johnny Depp vs. Amber Heard case: An interesting comment was made by a male member of the jury when he stood up and offered a… A juror weighs in for the first time on the Johnny Depp vs. Amber Heard case: A male member of the jury spoke up, which was an interesting turn of events. He offered a brief look into the board’s choice to grant entertainer Johnny Depp $10.35 million in his criticism argument against his ex-girlfriend Amber Heard, calling her wailing and crying on the stand ‘fake tears,’ according to another report.

Johnny Depp vs. Amber Heard juror speaks first time

Good Morning America was granted an exclusive interview with one of the seven jurors who served on the general preliminary in Fairfax, Virginia. During the interview, the juror did not reveal any information about his identity.

During her time as an observer, the actress who appeared in “Aquaman” claimed that Johnny Depp had brutally assaulted her, breaking her nose on multiple occasions and once entering her home while brandishing an open bottle of alcohol; however, the board was not convinced by her account.

“The sobbing, the looks that she was giving, and the way that she was staring at the jury. “It was a truly awkward situation for all of us,” he said on Good Morning America. “She would respond to one question and she would be crying, and then two seconds later she would turn into a stone cold ice queen… A few of us have been known to use the expression “fake tears.”

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A member of the jury did not provide any insight as to why the board awarded Heard $2 million in her countersuit against Depp. The board found that Depp had maligned her by calling her claims of maltreatment a lie through his attorney. However, the member of the jury did not provide any insight as to why the board did so.

The high-profile legal battle began when Depp filed a lawsuit against Heard in response to a commentary published in 2018 in the Washington Post that had been anonymously written by the American Civil Liberties Union. In the commentary, Heard claimed that she had survived domestic abuse.

The unidentified member of the jury also stated that a significant portion of Heard’s testimony “didn’t make any sense,” and that the majority of the panel believed that “she was more the aggressor” in the relationship.

That did not negate the fact that Depp was also partially to blame. He claimed that both of them were detrimental to one another and that the relationship between them was unhealthy. “However, in order to ascend to the level of what she was asserting, there wasn’t sufficient or any proof that truly upheld what she was talking about.”

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A member of the jury was able to make sense of the board’s finding that Depp was ultimately more believable, authentic, and genuinely steady.

A “disaster for her,” in his opinion, was the revelation that Heard had not donated the $7 million to a charitable organization as promised.

A video clip of Heard revealing to a Dutch moderator that she had offered her entire divorce settlement to two people who were inclined toward helping a good cause was played for the board.

According to the court declaration, she ended up giving slightly more than one million dollars of the total amount that was guaranteed, the majority of which came from her ex-husband, a very wealthy technology entrepreneur named Elon Musk.

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