Three years after Johnny Depp sued Amber Heard for defamation and the actress countersued him for the same reason, the trial of said legal proceedings has begun. Unlike other media cases, the sessions of this legal battle can be seen by the public and can currently be viewed on the internet for free, since there is no cost for it.
When the demands of the renowned actors reached a court, the protagonist of ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ sought that the case could be broadcast on television or the internet so that the public could follow the case. Amber Heard sought to prevent this from happening, but in the end the authorities allowed the trial to be broadcast and everything has been recorded since it began.
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The chain that has been able to witness the trial of the former Hollywood couple is CourtTV, a former American channel that is now considered a digital transmission platform, which specializes in law and legality issues, especially those cases involving the celebrities. That of the ‘Aquaman’ actress and Johnny Depp was no exception and is also part of their coverage.
Each of the sessions of this defamation trial between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard is broadcast through the official CourtTV page and there is no cost for said service. The platform maintains the clips of the witnesses who are part of the case when they go to court to give their testimony, and, in addition, there are programs and capsules in which presenters comment and analyze the case.
The platform of this transmission channel does not require any type of subscription or any type of payment, so you can access the complete coverage of this media trial at any time. Although, for now, only the videos related to the first three days that the case has been lied in court are available.
The details about the trial of Jhonny Depp and Amber Heard
Although the defamation lawsuits were filed between 2019 and 2020, they will only begin to be processed with the trial, where the two actors will be defending their position in an estimated 11 sessions in the Firefax court in Virginia, United States.
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Among the witnesses who will go up to the premiere to testify regarding the relationship that the two actors had in the first part of the 2010s, since the demand stems from the defamation that has been made regarding their romance after the protagonist of ‘The Stand’ will point to the interpreter of Jack Sparrow; there are celebrities such as Elon Musk, James Franco, Paul Bettany and employees or friends who knew the couple.
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