Amber Heard’s ex-husband Johnny Depp may have prevailed in their defamation action, but the actor seems to have kept some things under wraps.
On Jeff Beck’s upcoming album, the Oscar-nominated actor wrote two new songs, and the lyrics seem to mention his estranged wife, who was found guilty of hurting his career after writing an op-ed about her own experience with domestic abuse.
According to The Sunday Times of London, Johnny once sang, “I think you’ve talked enough for one motherf***ing night.”
Fans of Johnny Depp’s Pirates of the Caribbean character may assume that art imitates life, despite the fact that Amber never mentioned his name in her op-ed.
Johnny sings, “You’re sitting there like a puppy with a seven-year itch” in the song “Sad Motherf**king Parade.”
“If I had a dollar, it wouldn’t reach your hand,” Johnny sings after being granted $10 million in compensatory damages.
During Jeff’s UK tour last month, a crowd of fans chanted “Innocent, Innocent” as they met Johnny onstage.
The audience continued to show their support for Johnny throughout his performance, chanting both his name and the verdict of the trial.
After that, he met with admirers and signed autographs while making fun of his amputated finger, which had been a point of contention during the trial.
To compensate for the harm Amber Heard caused to his career by publishing a Washington Post piece in which she claimed she had been the victim of domestic abuse, Johnny was granted $10 million in compensatory damages and $5 million in punitive damages.
“The jury gave me back my life.” It’s an honour to be here today, and I am very humbled,” Johnny said after the verdict was pronounced. Even if the case was dismissed, the ultimate purpose of initiating this lawsuit was to uncover the truth.
Depp’s lawyer was judged liable for defamation in labelling Heard a liar by Amber, who was given $2 million for her lawsuit.
After the verdict was handed down, Heard also issued a statement. For the sake of other women, she stated, “I’m even sadder with what this judgement entails.”
A woman who spoke out and spoke out may be publicly embarrassed and humiliated if she did so now.”
Violence against women is no longer taken seriously because of this. An attempt to overturn this verdict is currently being made by Amber because she claims the wrong witness was present at the trial.
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