On Monday, Johnny Depp lost his court case against the British Newspaper, who called him a “wife-beater.” The newspaper claimed that there was “overwhelming evidence.” The evidence was about the repeated assaults of J.Depp against Amber Head repeatedly during their marriage.
Allegations claim that Mr. Depp’s assaults included heat-butting Ms. Heard. It also included repeatedly hitting her and tearing out clumps of her hair. Such allegations are being penned down by Andrew Nicol, the British Judge who heard the case. The Judge has already issued his ruling based on the allegations on Monday online. The Judge dismissed the case. He recorded that the defendants had shown that what they published in their newspapers were “substantially true.”
The Judge wrote that the assaults “must have been terrifying” as he recorded incidents in March 2015 in Australia. Such contentions chiefly comprised what Ms. Heard said that Mr. Depp assaulted her several times, which included smashing a telephone beside her face.
The Judge commented as follows:
“I accept that Mr. Depp put her in fear of her life.”
There are acknowledgments made by the Judge regarding the case as well. He admitted that Ms. Heard had taken an enormous risk while speaking up about the violence.
He commented on his admissions as follows:
“I also accept that Ms. Heard’s allegations have had a negative effect on her career as an actor and activist.”
The decision of this British Judge had earned a lot of praise from the Women’s rights groups in Britain.
“This is an important ruling and one which we hope sends a very powerful message: every single survivor of domestic abuse should be listened to and should be heard.”
This statement has been made by Lisa King.
The case was heard in July. It seemed that time the case had no substance. It could only fuel lucid newspaper headlines and movie-world gossip. Many unnecessary details were aired as well. These details chiefly surrounded Mr. Depp and Ms. Heard’s marriage.
However, the reality was totally different. In reality, the case was like a libel case in which Mr. Depp, aged 57 years, was seeing Newsgroup newspapers, the publishers of The Sun. , which is a British Tabloid Newspaper. There is also a Dan Wootten, the newspaper’s executive editor who said that there was “overwhelming evidence” over a 2018 article that Mr. Depp had assaulted Ms. Heard.
The newspaper’s legal team argued that the accusations provided in the article were “accurate and true.” During 34 years, Mrs. Heard had testified on the newspaper’s behalf that Mr. Depp had been assaulted on 14 occasions based on pretrial documents. Such assaults started during their relationship before they were married. The concerned Hollywood, Mr. Depp, had already denied all of the claims. But the judge found that the allegations were largely true. This is based on a range of text messages which acted as evidence against Mr. Depp.
There are certain defamation cases, as well. It chiefly comprises the same two parties: Mr. Depp and Ms. Heard. These cases are based on the opinion article written for The Washington Post under the headline:
“I spoke up against sexual violence – and faced our culture’s wrath. That has to change.”
Mr. Depp says the article led to this being dropped from the “Pirates of the Caribbean” movie franchise.
It is now ridiculous for Mr. Depp not to appeal against this lost cause.