Johnny Depp and Amber Heard case: Jury begins to deliberate

For two months the media, networks and other audiences were key in following the case of Johnny Depp and Amber Heardwhich has come to an end.

The jury in charge of the hearings must meet with both parties to deliberate after the last day of the oral hearing is held this Friday.

As you will remember, Amber Heard closed her testimony by assuring that Depp ruined her life, indicating that she achieved her promise in case she left him.

Case Johnny Depp and Amber Heard comes to an end

Case Johnny Depp and Amber Heard comes to an end Who will win the trial?

One of the most mediatic trials in history will soon come to an end. This day Johnny Depp and actress Amber Heard finished the stage of statements.

In final conclusions, Depp’s defense agreed smilingly to the court in Fairfaix, Virginia and argued that the actor is aware of “his mistakes” but that he has never assaulted a woman.

While Amber Heard she maintained that Johnny had threatened her in the past to expose her in the event of a breakup, emphasizing the trial.

In the trial, Johnny Depp (58 years old) accuses his Amber Heard (36) of defamation for that letter, the one from The Whashington Post, published after his divorce, and claims 50 million dollars in compensation.

Who will win the trial?

Who will win the trial?

If the trial were based on comments from social networks, the big loser would undoubtedly be Amber Heard, since her image has been harshly criticized by Internet users.

As for the official results, the authorities will give a period of a couple of weeks and will meet again with both parties for the official verdict.

The Johnny Depp and Amber Heard case Without a doubt, it has been the most talked about. Based on what is known, who do you support in court?

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