In the Johnny Depp-Amber Heard defamation trial, the jury ruled in favor of Johnny Depp, and in the case, the jury found Amber Heard guilty of defamation.
Hollywood superstar Johnny Depp has been in the news for a long time over the high-profile defamation lawsuit against his ex-wife Amber Heard.
Many shocking revelations came out one after the other in the fight. After more than 100 hours of testimony in the last six weeks, the court has given its verdict in this entire case.
The jury in the case found Amber Heard guilty of defamation and ruled that Johnny Depp was able to prove that he was defamed.
In addition, the jury also ordered Amber Heard to pay $10 million in damages and $5 million in punitive damages. In addition, the jury also found Johnny Depp guilty of some of the defamation counts
in Amber's countersuit against him. The actor has been asked to pay $2 million in compensation in this regard
The seven-member Virginia jury was deliberating for nearly 13 hours over three days at the Fairfax County Circuit Court near the US capital.
Depp and Heard spent several days at the witness stand during the televised trial, with hundreds of fans of the "Pirates" star taking part in the JusticeForJohnnyDepp campaign on social media.