After Saving Johnny Depp’s Career, Camille Vasquez Makes Official TV Debut in Lucrative NBC News Gig

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The defamation trial between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard conquered a significant part of the internet last year. Besides the whereabouts of the case, Camille Vasquez was another topic of discussion that dominated everywhere. The highly publicized trial made her a household name in no time. The American attorney from Brown Rudnick has now started a new phase in her career after landing a reputable position at NBC.

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Camille Vasquez

Brown Rudnick is the international law firm that fought for Johnny Depp in the defamation trial held at the Virginia Court. Throughout her legal career in the firm, Camille Vasquez has represented many renowned faces such as Leonardo DiCaprio and Ben Affleck. But her contribution to the Johnny Depp vs. Amber Heard case catapulted her name to another level.

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Camille Vasquez joins hands with NBC

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Camille Vasquez and Benjamin Chew

Following the defamation trial, Camille Vasquez was promoted from an associate to a partner at the Brown Rudnick firm. But her achievement spree doesn’t end there as she recently grabbed a fantastic deal with NBC. She grabbed the role of legal analyst for the American news network.

Recently, the 38-year-old made her first Television debut on Monday for the news channel. She appeared on the latest episode of “Today” discussing about the brutal murders of the Idaho University students. Besides the legal updates and the news about investigations, the incident has also been a hot take of discussion on social networking sites. Speaking on it, Camille Vasquez said:

“This has become something that really captivated the country, this case has. And so people want to talk about the evidence, they want to talk about the human impact, and these are college students, right? I think it can be helpful to investigators — they pleaded to the public and asked for information about the white Elantra, but it could also be harmful, when you start naming someone.”

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Reportedly, the attorney was also being eyed by several other news networks before she joined hands with the National Broadcasting Company.

Camille Vasquez’s role in the defamation trial

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Camille Vasquez with Johnny Depp

Even though the Johnny Depp vs Amber Heard trial divided the whole world, there didn’t exist many who were not impressed by Camille Vasquez. She, along with Benjamin Chew, played a major role in helping Depp win the massive $15 million after the verdict went in his favor. One of the most memorable events from the live-streamed trial was when Vasquez openly interrogated Heard on whether the actress fulfilled her promise of donating the $7 million received from her divorce settlement to charity.

Finally, the whole legal drama came to an end last December when the Aquaman actress settled the whole case and suspended her appeal.


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According to trusted sources, the Pirates of the Caribbean fame himself wanted to take Camille Vasquez in his legal team. When asked about the reason for this in an interview, the attorney replied:

“This case called for a woman’s perspective. And I was the lucky person chosen to do this job.” 

Undoubtedly, many people were against her but there was also a major section that hailed her as a queen. Some flying rumors even stated a romantic bond between the attorney and her Hollywood client, which were all debunked later by Vasquez.


Source: The Hollywood Reporter


Written by Subham Mandal

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Subham Mandal is currently working as a content writer for FandomWire with an ardent interest in the world of pop culture. He has written more than 1000 articles on different spheres of modern pop culture and is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Arts degree in English. He’s also an experienced student journalist having demonstrated work experience with the Times of India. He aspires to be a column writer in the future.