The Johnny Depp vs Amber Heard defamation trial drew to a close last week.
The jury have been deliberating over the evidence and are expected to give a verdict on Tuesday 31 May.
After Heard accused Depp of domestic abuse, the actor was clear that after such allegations, he had lost “nothing less than everything”.
The 58-year-old acknowledged that regardless of the jury’s outcome, he has lost as his reputation has been tarnished.
At one point in time, Depp was the highest paid actor in the world. His career will never be the same, not just because of the accusation, but also the distressing and bizzare revelations about his personal life that have been shared to the public.
It was the Pirates of the Caribbean actor who decided to make the trial public. His legal team welcomed the media coverage with Ben Chew claiming that the actress had already “trashed” Depp in the media and she should not be allowed to hide away during the trial.
“I felt it was my responsibility to clear my name and my children of this horrid thing that they were having to read about their father,”
“My goal is the truth, because it killed me that people I’d met over the years… would think that I was a fraud and had lied to them”.
“What have the accusations done to me?…They took nothing less than everything.” #JohnnyDepp explains in court the damage #AmberHeard’s lies did to him.” #JusticeForJohnnyDepp #DeppvHeard pic.twitter.com/J6oa7CyDz1
— Colonel Kurtz (@colonelkurtz99) April 20, 2022
The jury is scheduled to provide a verdict Tuesday 31 May.