The continuing Johnny Depp and Amber Heard defamation case, which is taking place in Fairfax, Virginia, began on May 16, 2022, following a week-long break, according to the Independent.
As the trial progresses, numerous new witnesses, including the American actor’s sister Debbie Depp, will be called to the witness stand.
The 58-year-relative, old’s who apparently appears on Heard’s list of potential witnesses, is introduced.
A Witness Testificate from Johnny Depp’s Sister Is Expected
In the actor’s defamation case, Johnny Depp’s sister is scheduled to testify. The Independent claims that Debbie is apparently on Heard’s list of prospective witnesses and might thus testify when the trial restarts.
According to Merriam Webster’s definition of “testify,” it means to make a solemn declaration under oath for the purpose of establishing a fact (as in court), to make a statement based on personal knowledge or belief, to bear witness, or to serve as evidence or proof.
Unlike Christi Dembrowski, the other sister of the on-screen celebrity, who testified on her brother’s behalf in court in April, Debbie Depp will reportedly be involved in this case for the first time, according to OK Magazine.
Film producer Dembrowski reportedly recalled how Johnny’s late mother, Betty Sue Palmer, was violent but insisted her brother “never” touched their mother despite her abuse.
Debbie Depp: A Brief Bio
The Pirates of the Caribbean actor’s stepsister Debbie Depp apparently shared their mother Betty Sue Palmer, who passed away on May 20, 2016.
Debbie apparently avoids the spotlight, unlike her movie star brother, and is believed to lead a secluded life away from the public.
The 62-year-old, who was born on May 10th, 1956, has a daughter named Megan and a stepfather named John Christoper Depp. Her original mother and Bob Palmer supposedly split up after he became her real father.
Debbie lives and works as a grade teacher in Lexington, Kentucky, according to Gossip Biography.
Additionally, Debbie has a brother named Daniel, a nephew named Jack, and a niece named Lily-Rose; all of these family members have the last name, Depp.
The Defamation Case Is Still Going
The judge presiding over the trial recently took a week off to attend an unrelated conference, according to the Independent.
Closing arguments are expected to take place on May 27, 2022, after which the proceedings will restart on May 16, a Monday.
Amber Heard’s 2018 op-ed in the Washington Post is the reason Johnny Depp is suing her for slander. Heard is suing Depp back.
The trial will go on as scheduled.
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