After Johnny Depp won his long battle against Amber Heard, Everyone had one question. Can she pay $10.4 Million in Damages to Johnny Depp? Amber Heard’s lawyer Elaine Bredehoft answered that question in “Today”.
Elaine Bredehoft, who represents Amber Heard, acknowledged on “Today” that Amber will be unable to afford the $10 million in damages that Johnny Depp is seeking from her. When the host of “Today,” Savannah Guthrie, inquired whether or not Heard would be able to afford the $10 million in damages that she is being ordered to pay, Heard’s attorney, Bredehoft, responded emphatically, “Oh no. In no uncertain terms”
The jury awarded Johnny Depp $10 million in compensatory damages and $5 million in punitive damages; however, Judge Penney Azcarate decreased the amount of punitive damages to $350,000 according to the state’s statutory cap. With this addition, the grand total is now $10.35 million.
EXCLUSIVE: @SavannahGuthrie talks to Amber Heard’s attorney, Elaine Charlson Bredhoft, following Johnny Depp's legal win. pic.twitter.com/i1EOlz1NcU
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Elaine Bredehoft also stated on Thursday that the actor “definitely” intends to file an appeal in the lawsuit she is involved in against her ex-husband Johnny Depp. “It’s a dreadful message,” Bredehoft stated. “It’s a big setback, because that’s precisely what it signifies. Unless you whip out your phone and you video your husband or your significant other abusing you, effectively you won’t be believed.”
Following the announcement of the verdict, Johnny posted a statement to his Instagram account, reacting to the verdict. “My life, the lives of my children and those who are closest to me, as well as the lives of those who have supported and believed in me for a very long time, were irrevocably altered six years ago. This change also affected the lives of those people. Everything happened in the wink of an eye.”
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