The legal lawsuit between Johnny Depp and his ex-wife Amber Heard is about to be concluded while both the parties are still in full swing for blaming one another. The court called out for the final arguments of both parties to begin their deliberations.
The highly-publicized Depp and Heard defamation trial have now taken a different turn with people being polarized to support their respective parties. Though the verdict is yet to come, people are keeping a keen eye on both the actors to get something scoopy. Amidst all this, the trial finally moved to its final day with Vasquez again going all out with her statements targeting Amber Heard.
Johnny Depp’s Lawyer Called Amber Heard “Desperate for Attention”
During the trial, Depp’s 37-year-old lawyer Camille Vasquez took the stand and aimed at Heard on the final day of the trial. Vasquez pointed out that the personality disorder of Aquaman actress Amber Heard made the ex-couple’s broken relationship.
She opened her statement by citing that they’ve kept promises of revealing “who Amber Heard is” and they’ve fulfilled their promise.
“We made promises to you about what the evidence would show at the end of this trial. We’ve kept those promises. One of those promises we made was that you would come to understand who Ms. Heard is.”
She continued by saying that Heard is a “troubled” person who is conscious of being abandoned. “She is a deeply troubled person. Violently afraid of abandonment.”
She added that the 38-year-old actress is “desperate for attention.”
Camille Vasquez turned Amber Heard’s Personality Disorder to favor Johnny Depp
She accused Heard of being violent between the former couple as Heard portrayed herself as the victim of domestic abuse in 2018. “In her relationship with Mr. Depp, she was violent, she was abusive, and she was cruel.”
She even mentioned Heard’s multiple personality disorders that Heard herself have revealed before. “Ms. Heard self-reported that she feels like she has three-four different personalities that sometimes in temper would explode, she completely loses control.”
Vasquez connected the dots of Heard being violent through proof by pointing out the recordings submitted by multiple witnesses that say, “She [Ms. Heard] can be incredibly aggressive, violent, and cruel.”
To brief the defamation trial, it all started when Heard wrote an op-ed in The Washington Post about abusive relationships in 2018 which greatly affected Depp’s career. He sued Heard for defamation while the trial began on April 11, 2022.