Live: Johnny Depp to be questioned by Amber Heard’s lawyer in defamation trial

The Independent published this video item, entitled “Live: Johnny Depp to be questioned by Amber Heard’s lawyer in defamation trial” – below is their description.

Johnny Depp is expected to be questioned by Amber Heard’s lawyer as the defamation trial continues on Monday 23 May.

Testimony has been given by several of Heard’s former friends as well as her sister, acting coach, and makeup artist. They all testified either seeing her injuries or alleged altercations with Depp.

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