Amber Heard is not giving up, she filed a complaint against Johnny Depp again with new evidence and a new team of lawyers
Foreign media are writing on the trial between Amber Heard and Johnny Depp once again, indicating that it is not yet concluded.
After the so-called trial of the decade between Amber Heard and Johnny Depp, which concluded in favor of the actor at the end of May, the actress has not given up.
She filed an appeal and retained a new legal team, the Ballard Spahr company.
She will be joined by David L. Axelrod and J. Ward Brown, who defended The New York Times against a defamation case filed by Sarah Palin earlier this year.
Elaine Charlson Bredehoft, who represented Amber in the six-week trial earlier this year in the Virginia district, is withdrawing.
“When it comes to defending the fundamental right to free expression, the jury’s ruling, and paraphrasing, we do not regard this as the beginning of the end, but rather the end of the beginning. “Since so much new evidence has emerged, a second trial necessitates a different presentation,” said Amber Heard’s legal team.
We are certain that the Court of Appeals will perform its duties effectively. No one’s popularity will be discussed here, nor will it play a role in the story,” they stated, emphasizing that this case would be highly beneficial to them because it involves the cause for which they are fighting.