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Amber Heard’s lawyer Elaine Bredehoft speaks on Today Show after Johnny Depp trial

Johnny Depp received his explosive defamation lawsuit in opposition to ex-wife Amber Heard as a result of an “enormous amount of evidence was suppressed,” the actress’ lawyer mentioned Thursday — including that her shopper received’t be capable to pay the multi-million greenback judgment.

“Well, you know, really what happened here is it’s a tale of two trials. Johnny Depp brought a suit in the UK for the same case,” Elaine Bredehoft instructed TODAY, referring to the “Pirates of the Caribbean” star’s sensational 2020 libel case in opposition to British tabloid, The Sun.

“The burden of proof was simpler for him there, The Sun needed to really show that it was true. And the court docket discovered there — and we weren’t allowed to inform the jury this — however the court docket discovered that Mr. Depp had dedicated a minimum of 12 acts of home violence, together with sexual violence in opposition to Amber.

“So what did Depp’s team learn from this? Demonize Amber and suppress the evidence. We had an enormous amount of evidence that was suppressed in this case that was in the UK case. In the UK case when it came in, Amber won and Mr. Depp lost.”

Amber Heard pictured in court before the verdict was read.
Amber Heard pictured in court docket earlier than the decision was learn.
Johnny Depp's attorney Camille Vasquez smiles after the verdict was read.
Johnny Depp’s legal professional Camille Vasquez smiles after the decision was learn.
Heard and Bredehoft share a hug before leaving the courtroom after the verdict was read Wednesday afternoon.
Heard and Bredehoft share a hug earlier than leaving the courtroom after the decision was learn Wednesday afternoon.

Bredehoft mentioned that Depp’s crew was profitable in squashing essential medical data.

“They were able to suppress the medical records, which were very, very significant because they showed a pattern going all the way back to 2012 of Amber reporting this to her therapist, for example,” she instructed this system.

“We had significant amount of texts, including from Mr. Depp’s assistants, saying when I told him, he kicked you, he cried, he is so sorry. That didn’t come in.”

When requested if the “Aquaman” actress would be capable to pay the $10.4 million in damages to her Hollywood star ex, Bredehoft replied: “Oh, no, absolutely not.”

However, the legal professional confirmed that Heard would enchantment — and has “excellent grounds” for it.

“Oh, absolutely [she will appeal]. And she has some excellent grounds for it,” Bredehoft insisted.

“We even had tried to get the UK judgment in his case because he [Depp] already had his shot — and that’s one of the issues but also a number of the evidentiary issues. There was so much evidence that did not come in.”

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