VA - Johnny Depp's defamation case against ex Amber Heard, who countersued #12

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ZoriahNZ

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I did listen to the tape that was posted but my hearing is not the these. Was she indeed a stripper/escort with arrests?
I believe it was one of the audios post the TRO filing. Maybe San Francisco? Or a phone conversation with Amber. She accuses him of going public about her being a former stripper, he denies it and says he has never told anyone about that. The conversation was about TMZ and leaks. Then later, when he's upset (possibly about finding out she slept with Eliot Spritzer) he tells her that she can go back to being a stripper as an insult.

The arrests had to do with driving with a suspended license in 2003 (the original serious offense that caused the 4 year suspension having been sealed in the juvenile record), and domestic violence/battery in Seattle in 2009.
 

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She’s gridlocked by her own doing…ironically like her client. I would be disappointed if my attorney conducted themselves like this.

On the other hand she is content to have an attorney who supports her narcissistic lying behavior. That’s not the way to repair an image. Birds of a feather…

What was her team thinking in building a case around a very serious SA accusation with zero evidence?!?

I know I’ve repeated myself many times but I’m still venting about all of it. Thanks for listening!
AH probably screamed at her to "fix this."
EB has done what she was told to do.
 

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Re that NBC interview with Elaine, Savannah Guthrie is an attorney, she should have called Elaine out on nearly her whole spiel. She poked back a little, but in essence fed Elaine enabler lines.

Well I can see why EB is sticking with the program.. seems she is as much of a lying liar as her client. Did she take notes from AH, or.. vice versa? Smh at blaming the jurors and accusing them of breaking their sworn oaths by viewing social media to see all the vitriol against her client because the jurors couldn't possibly have helped themselves, and not only that, but they were also much too weak, stupid, and of poor character, to be able to come to their own conclusions based on six weeks of sitting there in court every day hearing the actual evidence for themselves, and would've instead decided based on what the general public is spewing in social media. Smh at blaming the judge for not allowing AH's verbal reports of abuse as stated to her therapist since 2012, and AH's verbal reports to JD's employees of abuse, as 'evidence'. EB has an excuse for everything. That EB/AH team deserve one another. imo.
 

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Let's not forget that it was EB and AH's own team that decided to bring Social Media into play because of their counter claim. They are the ones who introduced the topic to the jury. They are the ones who opened the door for discussion of the hashtags and the online support for JD vs AH. They, quite literally, brought this on themselves and should not be a basis for appeal.
 

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It seems that ultimately, it was all about the $$$$$ for her. Not spurned love, or an affair, or anything else. And it STILL is.

Pre-nup
Post-nup

Massive defamation lawsuit for $50 million

Appeal of $$$ damages levied

What do they all have in common?
The first time I heard about AH's friends and sister living in the penthouses with them, I thought to myself, 'geese that's a bit odd', then I heard more stories like WH's partner saying how generous JD was. It certainly was a relationship of convenience.

I bet the act of AH having a kid was one of jealously because Depp would have told her that he has kids to think of and hence the pre-nup.


Judge Jeanine to AH: “You do not represent women. You represent the worst of women who try to falsely blame men.”
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I imagine at this point EB is wishing she had never gotten involved in this and backed herself into an untenable corner. Because she's really stuck now. IMO
Exactly right, she really is stuck. So why in the world does she keep digging? That's the definition of insanity. I halfway expect her to show up on one of the Sunday morning talk shows.

I hope for her sake she has at least one trusted colleague who can give her wise counsel and get her to stop making a fool of herself.
 

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I like this lawyer. In his video he says something about JDs team not doing interviews yet but that they have something planned, he seems pretty certain about it.

Then, I see the badger post and think of all the little surprise appearances he's made this week. Beck's concert, the little pub where he gave parent advice to a pregnant lady, the badger... I feel like this is his statement. He's free, he's doing all the things he loves and he isn't hiding anymore.
I can only imagine how light and free he must feel!

Go, Johnny, GO!
 

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Then later, when he's upset (possibly about finding out she slept with Eliot Spritzer) he tells her that she can go back to being a stripper as an insult.
Is the person's name SpRitzer, or Spitzer?

Eliot Spitzer is a (disgraced) former Governor of New York that used call girls (that's how he was busted and forced to resign in disgrace).
 

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In a subsequent interview with CNN's Kate Bouldan, Bredehoft said the jury ruled in Depp's favor on each of his claims, in part, because he had the advantages of "wealth, power and fame."
On CNN too.
 

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Plenty of opinion pieces in today's Guardian. Here's another:


How, then, to stop this verdict reversing all the progress painstakingly made for female survivors of abuse? The answer doesn’t lie in chanting “believe all women”, a mantra implying that the only way of overcoming centuries of misogyny is to treat women alone as above suspicion. It’s a good campaign slogan but a bad fit for a justice system founded on the principle of believing the evidence, even where that sometimes leads in uncomfortable directions.

All women really ask of men – and, arguably, vice versa – is the chance to be heard without prejudice. Whatever did or didn’t happen between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard, right now that modest goal seems ever more tantalisingly out of reach.
''Believe it all or Believe Nothing' is actually a legal concept.

If someone is testifying under oath, then EVERYTHING they say has to be the truth. The jurors should not be picking and choosing which portions of the testimony are to be accepted as truthful.

If someone is telling some fantastical stories that do not seem plausible and are deemed untrue after evidence is shown to discredit it, then the jurors have to throw out the rest of the testimony as questionable.
 

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I wonder since she needs money if she will go after baby daddy next unless it was a sperm donor? I dont think JD is free of her yet. Shes going to keep poking him. She cant help herself.jmo
All the secretive things that AH does just indicates what type of person she really is, in my eyes. If you really have nothing controversial to hide, you'd just tell everyone the truth.
 
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