On June 1, a Virginia jury dominated in favour of Johnny Depp in his defamation lawsuit in opposition to ex-wife Amber Heard. The verdict famous that the Aquaman actor defamed Depp when she wrote a 2018 Washington Post op-ed alluding to her previous claims of home violence.
Depp was granted $15 million in damages for defamation, in distinction to simply $2 million for Heard, who had counter-sued.
Now, a juror from the Depp-Heard defamation trial opened up concerning the trial verdict which dominated within the Pirates Of The Caribbean actor’s favour, stating that Amber Heard had ‘crocodile tears’ throughout the entire trial.
Juror says Amber Heard had ‘crocodile tears’ in the course of the trial
In a dialog with Good Morning America, a juror stated that every one of them have been very uncomfortable with the crying, and facial expressions that she had in the course of the trial. The juror continued,
“The crying, the facial expressions that she had, the staring on the jury. All of us have been very uncomfortable. She would reply one query and she or he can be crying and two seconds later she would flip ice chilly. Some of us used the expression ‘crocodile tears’.”
The juror went on to state that lots of juries felt what [Depp] was saying, on the finish of the day, was extra plausible, stating that he appeared “slightly extra actual by way of his response to questions.” “His emotional state was very secure all through”, the juror famous.
‘Both have been abusive to one another’: Juror
Reacting to the claims made by Amber Heard’s crew that social media platforms swayed the jury in favour of Depp, the juror exclaimed, “We adopted the proof… I and different jurors don’t use Twitter or Facebook. Others who had it made some extent to not discuss it.”
The juror then concluded that they each (Heard and Depp) have been abusive to one another, including, “I don’t suppose that makes both of them proper or incorrect…however to rise to the extent of what she was claiming, there wasn’t sufficient or any proof that basically supported what she was saying.”
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