BREAKING: Johnny Depp wins $15m from Amber Heard in libel lawsuit

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Johnny Depp has won $15m in his US lawsuit against Amber Heard after a Virginia jury ruled that a 2018 article published in the Washington Post was defamatory.

Amber heard was awarded $2m in her counter-suit against Depp.

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