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Johnny Depp ‘launches fresh multi-million dollar court case’ against Amber Heard


Johnny Depp is reported to be preparing to face Amber Heard in court again in a new ‘multi-million dollar court case’.

According to the Mail On Sunday, Depp’s lawyers are expected to serve papers in America that could result in his ex wife Amber giving evidence again about their turbulent marriage.

Amber, 34, previously claimed that the Hollywood actor was abusive and violent towards her during their three years together.

Father-of-two Johnny, 47, has strongly denied the allegations and took The Sun’s publishers News Group Newspapers to court in July over an article that called him a ‘wife beater.’

Johnny Depp pictured arriving at the High Court in London to give evidence in his libel case against News Group Newspapers (NGN)

As well as his case against NGN, Johnny is also taking action against Amber in the US State of Virginia over a column she wrote in the Washington Post in 2018.

While the Aquaman actress did not give any names in the article, she described herself as ‘a public figure representing domestic abuse.’

Following the rumours another court hearing could be on the cards, a source close to Amber told the Mail: “It seems that [Johnny] will stop at nothing to ruin her.

“No matter what the outcome [of Depp’s case against The Sun], Amber is preparing for round two, but if Johnny wins his case against The Sun then that’s it, he will go and go. This could go on for years to come,” they claimed.

Amber has been enjoying a holiday Turkey with her partner Bianca Butti, who supported her through the three week libel hearing in London last month.

The verdict of the case, which saw allegations of abuse from both Amber and Johnny, is expected to be reached next week.

The former couple first met on the set of movie The Rum Diary in 2011. They later married in Los Angeles in February 2015.

The pair split a year later with Heard obtaining a restraining order against her husband in May 2016 after accusing him of abuse, which he denied.

Their divorce was finalised the same year out of court with both signing non disclosure agreements barring them from discussing their relationship in public.


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