People and royalty
Johnny Depp greeted and thanked his fans for their support during the trial.
Yesterday was the last day of a three-week trial between Johnny Depp and the magazine The Sun. Fans of the 57-year-old actor had gathered in large numbers in front of the High Court in London. The court ruling is not yet known, but videos taken that day show the actor from Pirates of the Caribbean visibly relieved and smiling. Signs ” Justice for Johnny “ were tense by the crowd coming in support.
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The videos of the actor and his ex-companion Amber Heard taken this Tuesday, July 28 have multiplied on social networks, especially on Twitter. We see Johnny Depp greet and thank his publication. We also learn that envelopes were distributed to people on site, containing a bandana and a thank you note signed by the actor. The latter remained particularly close to his fans during his legal battle, images captured in the second week of the trial show him in particular moving away from his bodyguards to retrieve a bouquet of flowers held out by a fan.
Johnny Depp wanted to thank his fans in these hard times (trial with his ex-wife, Amber Heard). A few words and hand-signed letters, the actor being extremely grateful for the support he receives.pic.twitter.com/eX23EXerca
– JΛCK (@JackOCine) July 28, 2020
Johnny Depp handwritten a hundred words + added bandanas in each envelope for his team to distribute to fans who support him in court in London.
Auj is the last day of the lawsuit against The Sun who called him a “wife beater” pic.twitter.com/JzNedC7LiF
– elisa 🦇 (@janiesgun_) July 28, 2020
According to Reuters, in his closing remarks Depp’s lawyer David Sherborne said his client had been the victim of fabricated allegations and physical abuse from his ex-wife Amber Heard. The latter spoke on the last day of trial in court, declaring that it had been painful to relive this rupture and to see its truth and its motives called into question. “I stand by my testimony, and now place my faith in British justice”, she said. No date has yet been given for the judgment.