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18 May
There was an incident during the Amber Heard and Johnny Depp trial that made Depp giggle. Amber Heard's lawyer, Elaine Bredehoft, questioned her client whether she remembered when Vasquez asked about Depp's intention of not seeing Heard's eyes during the deposition. During the deposition, Bredehoft did imitate Depp's voice when she quoted Depp's remark, "You will…
11 Apr
Pirates of the Caribbean actor Johnny Depp and his ex-wife Amber Heard are headed back to court in the US.  The former couple engaged in a high-profile libel case in London are now ready to sit in front of a judge for a blockbuster defamation case revolving around allegations of spousal abuse. The case against…
25 Jan
Cardi B was awarded $1.25 million in her defamation case against celebrity blogger Latasha Kebe (Tasha K) on Monday. The jury awarded the Bodak Yellow singer $1.25million in damages after a trial in federal court in Georgia. Speaking to Rolling Stone, a courtroom observer revealed that the Grammy-award winning star was present when the verdict was read.…

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