The Amber Heard and Johnny Depp courtroom drama became quite a topic of discussion in the past few months. With the case being televised, many people were hooked to find out ultimately who wins. Although Johnny Depp finally won the case against the Aquaman Actress, there had been coming reports of Heard planning for a second assault but her fortune doesn’t seem so lucky yet, and once again a trial is looming on her as Australia re-ignites her old smuggling case.
The Amber Heard and Johnny Depp Drama:
Amber Heard and Johnny Depp met on the sets of The Rum Diary in 2009. After that, they began dating around the end of 2011 or the beginning of 2012.
Following this, the couple was married in an intimate ceremony in 2015 only to end up having Heard filing for a divorce in 2016 on the grounds of Domestic Violence. The Divorce was successful in 2017. Now in 2018, Amber Heard wrote an op-ed for the Washington Post to speak about the treatment of women who are victims of domestic abuse. She writes:
“I became a public figure representing domestic abuse, and I felt the full force of our culture’s wrath for women who speak out.”
Following this was waiting more drama for the couple on a series of trials before finally, Depp won the defamation case in 2022 which was filed against Heard over her remarks on physical abuse in the Washington Post. Even though Johnny Depp’s name wasn’t mentioned on the post, the Pirates of The Caribbean fame claimed that the write-up had a major impact on his career and after the trial, it was proved that he was abused and not the abuser.
Not the end for Amber Heard:
While the defamation lawsuit got closed and Amber Heard was ordered to pay a compensation of over $10 million, Heard’s legal team believes that the verdict was given even on a lack of evidence and they also believe that one of the Jurors was not vetted properly. But while the Heard cartel was arguing with the decision of the court, Amber Heard gets another blow from Australia.
Long back in 2015, Amber Heard was charged with illegally importing her two dogs Pistol and Boo into Australia. The actress didn’t abide by the rules of Australia and hence didn’t declare the dogs before taking them there. Although in 2016, the case was resolved after the actress had pled guilty to falsifying travel documents now a report states that the case is not yet been closed.
According to the spokesperson of the Australian Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment, the investigation of Amber Heard for perjury is “ongoing”. He states that:
“The Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment (department) is investigating allegations of perjury by Ms Heard during court proceedings for the 2015 illegal importation of (her) two dogs into Australia.”
It is evident that after losing the defamation case against Depp, Amber Heard is having a hard time and awaits more legal drama as she is being investigated in everything she does.