After the Amber Heard trial, Camille Vasquez, Johnny Depp’s lawyer, responds to ‘disappointing’ relationship rumors.

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Vasquez confirmed that she is dating someone. “In my relationship, [I’m] very happy,” she continued. Edward Owen, a WeWork executive, was identified by the Daily Mail as her beau.

Rumors that Depp was dating his lawyer were debunked by Us Weekly in May. “Camille has a boyfriend, and this is such a stretch,” a source familiar with the situation told Us exclusively at the time. “It’s all made up.”

Vasquez made headlines for her no-nonsense line of questioning during Depp’s defamation trial against Amber Heard, which started on April 11 and ended on May 27. In a 2018 Washington Post op-ed, the 36-year-old Aquaman actress admitted to being a victim of domestic violence. Despite the fact that Heard did not mention Depp by name in the piece, Depp (who was married to the actress for 15 months from 2015 to 2016) claimed that her allegations of domestic violence had harmed his career and reputation.

The jury decided on compensatory damages of $10 million and punitive damages of $5 million for the Hollywood Vampires member. Meanwhile, in her counterclaim against her ex-husband, Heard, who she divorced in 2016, she was awarded $2 million in compensatory damages.

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Vasquez became a partner at Brown Rudnick after four years with the firm, less than a week after Depp’s courtroom win. Brown Rudnick chairman and CEO William Baldiga said in a statement, “We are delighted to welcome Camille to the partnership.” “Traditionally, we’ve held off on making this announcement until the end of the fiscal year. Camille’s performance during the Johnny Depp trial, however, demonstrated to the rest of the world that she was ready to take the next step. We are extremely proud of her and excited to see what she will achieve as our newest partner.”

Vasquez might have to defend Depp in court once more. The verdict will be appealed by Heard. “She is confident that she will prevail on appeal,” the source said a few days after the decision was handed down.

Please call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233 for confidential assistance if you or someone you know is experiencing domestic violence.

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