Here’s what Amber Heard thinks about Johnny Depp & Joelle Rich’s rumoured romance

Months after actor Johnny Depp was rumoured to be courting his lawyer Camille Vasquez, recent studies of his courting life have as soon as once more flooded social media. As per Page Six, Johnny Depp has been courting his former lawyer Joelle Rich who represented the Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald star throughout his 2020 libel swimsuit towards The Sun.

With the information of his rumoured romance surfacing on-line, followers had been wanting to know what Johhny’s ex Amber Heard thinks of the identical. A supply near the event stated that the Aquaman star isn’t paying a lot head to Depp’s private life. 
The supply revealed to Entertainment Tonight that Heard, “does not care who he dates and simply needs to maneuver ahead together with her life.”

Here’s how Amber Heard feels about Johnny Depp’s romance

It is pertinent to notice, neither Depp nor Rich have publicly confirmed the courting rumours. Interestingly, the latter confirmed her help to Johnny when she made at the least two appearances throughout Depp’s grueling six-week defamation trial towards Heard, regardless that the lawyer wasn’t part of the 59-year-old actor’s authorized group, thus including gas to the romance speculations.

For the unversed, Joelle Rich is a mom of two youngsters who’s in the midst of a divorce. However, she was married when she and Depp first received acquainted. A US Weekly insider spilled beans about how Jonny Depp and Joelle Rich discreetly met in motels amid the early days of the trial and added how they each had been severe about one another. “Their chemistry is off the charts. It’s severe between them. They are the true deal,” a supply instructed the publication.

Meanwhile, in 2020, Joelle was one of many attorneys on Johnny’s group who represented him in his libel case within the UK. Johnny had sued The Sun newspaper over their 2018 story that described him as a ‘wife-beater’ throughout his marriage to Amber. However, he misplaced the case.

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