Following the high-profile trial, Johnny Depp’s lawyer, Ben Chew, revealed some of Amber Heard’s legal team’s evidence flaws. He looked over Heard’s films and images that were used as evidence during the trial, implying that there were inconsistencies between what Heard’s lawyers claimed they revealed and what the evidence actually was.
He clarified, “They loved the video of Johnny slamming cabinets, but that’s not tantamount.” “Miss Heard was the one who shot that video. Chew also criticized Heard’s visual evidence, saying her accounts of injuries didn’t match what was presented as evidence.
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“She took a lot of pictures,” Chew explained, “but they weren’t pictures of the types of injuries she was describing.” “I believe there was a significant gap between what she was describing and what was depicted in the photographs,” says the author.
Because Depp always wore big rings on both hands, there would have been more visible bruises if there was “anything remotely like the violence that she described,” Chew added. If Depp had struck her in the manner she described, he claimed she would have suffered “really grave injuries.”
The actor from “The Pirates of the Caribbean” recently won his defamation case against Heard, who was ordered to pay $15 million in damages, which was later reduced to $10.35 million by Judge Penney Azcarate. In a separate decision stemming from a counterclaim she filed against Depp, he was ordered to pay Heard $2 million in damages.