Camille Vasquez Celebrated the Verdict Outside Court After Johnny Depp’s Win

The most contentious trial between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard has finally come to a close. Mr. Johnny Depp, star of the Pirates of the Caribbean films, was found guilty by a jury in Virginia on Wednesday, June 2, 2022.

Following the verdict, Johnny’s lawyer noted that the jury’s decision “confirms” what she and her team had previously stated.

“Right from the start of this trial, we emphasized that Amber Heard’s allegations were false and that there was no evidence to support her assertions.”

Camille Vasquez, speaking outside the court in Fairfax, Virginia, praised the jury’s decision, which included five males and two women.

The jury decided that Amber Heard did disparage Johnny Depp in her 2018 Washington Post op-ed, according to the decision.

Depp received $15 million in damages, while Heard received $2 million for one element of her counter-claim.

‘Today’s judgement validates what we’ve been saying all along: that the charges against Johnny Depp are defamatory and unsupported by any proof,’ says the defense. Vasquez stated.

‘We owe the jury a debt of gratitude for their thorough deliberation.’

Johhny Depp was not present in court for the last session when the decision was made. Depp had to fly to England to perform with his band, according to his lawyers.

Amber Heard, on the other hand, expressed her unhappiness with the jury’s verdict, saying, “She is upset, and it is a tremendous setback for women.”

“I can’t express how disappointed I am today,” she continued.

‘I’m heartbroken that my ex-disproportionate husband’s power, influence, and sway could not be overcome despite the avalanche of evidence.’

‘I’m much more dissatisfied with the implications of this decision for other women.’ It’s a stumbling block. It turns the clock back to a time when a woman who spoke up and spoke out could be publically humiliated and shamed.

‘It undermines the notion that women’s violence should be taken seriously.’

‘I’m sorry I didn’t win this case. But what makes me even sadder is that I appear to have lost a privilege that I thought I had as an American — the liberty to speak freely and honestly.’ The Aquaman actress came to a conclusion.

Meanwhile, Johnny Depp expressed gratitude to the jurors, saying that their decision had given him his life back.

‘My life, the lives of my children, the lives of those closest to me, and the lives of those who have supported and believed in me for many, many years were irrevocably changed six years ago. ‘It happened in the flash of an eye,’ the actor said on Instagram.

He described himself as being bombarded with a “endless torrent of hostile stuff.”

‘From the beginning, regardless of the outcome, the purpose of bringing this lawsuit was to uncover the truth,’ he wrote in his post.

‘I owed it to my children and all those who have remained consistent in their support for me to speak the truth.’ I’m relieved that I’ve finally completed that task.’

He went on to explain that he believes his “search for the truth” has inspired others who have been in similar situations to never give up.

Amber Heard has the right to challenge the decision. Legal scholars, on the other hand, feel it will be ineffective unless she has substantial evidence.



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