Amber Heard Turns Down Johnny Depp’s Half Wage In ‘Pirates 5’

More than 6,000 pages of court documents were used in the defamation trial between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard has been unsealed, with The Daily Beast reports that Heard’s team claimed in pre-trial documents that she suffered financial losses of between “$47-50 million” over a “3-5 year period” because of defamatory claims. Depp’s blasphemy against her. Heard’s team also consider her stature as an actress “comparable” to the likes of Jason Momoa, Gal Gadot, Zendaya, Ana de Armas and Chris Pine.

Elsewhere, newly sealed court documents reveal that Heard walked away “tens of millions of dollars” by refusing to accept the money Depp had made for his fifth “Pirates of the Caribbean” movie. . The sequel was filmed during Depp and Heard’s marriage, making it “community property” and entitled to half of the earnings by Heard. The Daily Beast noted that Depp made $33 million from the fourth “Pirates” movie, so he’ll likely make that much or even more out of the fifth movie. . Heard refused to accept money during her divorce, all evidence from which was excluded from use in the libel trial.

Based on The Daily Beast, unsealed documents also reveal that Depp’s team fought to keep Marilyn Manson’s name out of the smear trial. The group argued that “the references and evidence to Marilyn Manson” would “smear Mr. Depp under a charge under the association theory”.

Meanwhile, Heard’s team called on the judge to bring up a number of “irrelevant personal matters” that Depp’s team was supposed to bring up and use against her. Heard’s team alleges that “Mr. Depp sought to introduce evidence inappropriately “including” (1) nude photos of Amber Heard; (2) Amber Heard’s sister reality show video, Whitney; (3) Whitney and Amber’s past romantic relationship; (4) Amber’s brief stint as an exotic dancer many years before she met Mr. Depp and Mr. Depp attempted to suggest or imply that Miss Heard had been appropriately escorted. frivolous and malicious. “

The libel trial ended on June 1. The jury ordered Heard to pay $10.35 million in punitive damages to Depp ($10 million in restitution and $350,000 in damages. la punitive damages) after ruling that she defamed him when she wrote a 2018 Washington Post article alluding to her past domestic violence claims. While the jury in the ruling sided more with Depp, it still ruled that Depp defamed Heard during the fight against her charges. The jury awarded Heard $2 million in punitive damages for her counterclaim.

To listen filed a notice of appeal in the first day of this month.

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