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Johnny Depp and Amber Heard’s lawyers have been feuding for two years after cameras were allowed into the infamous courtroom

Two years after the explosive courtroom battle between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard, their legal teams remain divided over its impact allow cameras into the trial. The much-discussed defamation case, which reached a verdict in 2022 in Fairfax, Virginia, continues to leave lasting impressions on both parties and the public.

During the six-week trial, the jury largely sided with Depp Heard liable for defamation in her Washington Post op-ed about surviving abuse. Although Heard didn’t mention Depp by name, the implications were unmistakable. Heard won one of her three counterclaims, resulting in an initial award of more than $10 million in damages to Depp and $2 million to Heard. In late 2022, the two reached a settlement, with Heard paying Depp $1 million, which he donated to five different charities.

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