Johnny Depp and Amber Heard Claim Evidence Was Supressed in Trial

Although the legal battle between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard lasted years, 

it appears like things are finally starting to settle down for the former couple. Heard was found guilty of 3 counts defamation.  

She was also charged with paying $10 million to her ex. After Heard claimed that evidence was suppressed during the trial, 

Depp's representative and her spokesperson changed their words.

Although the verdict in the defamation case was announced weeks ago, the debate surrounding Johnny Depp's and Amber Heards' trial continues.

Depp's lawyers, as well as Heard, participating in televised interviews regarding the court proceedings. 

The Aquaman actress focused her attention on the evidence that could not be included, specifically her therapist's notes, 

which include a detailed description about her abuse. A spokesperson for Depp responded to the question with a statement to Law & Crime that read:

There you go. The claims made by Amber Heard aren't being given enough weight by Johnny Depp's team.  

The Pirates of the Caribbean actor was the winner in court. However, the jury had to reach a unanimous decision. Heard has the possibility to appeal the decision.

Amber Heard's team, for their part, responded to Johnny Depp's and company's statement. 

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