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Martin Adam Pavlík
June 6, 2022, 10:12pm
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Law Firms Are Fighting Over Camille Vasquez Who Was Johnny Depp's Attorney In His Winning Lawsuit. They All Want Her On Their Team

Her confident performance in the closely watched lawsuit did not only draw attention of the public who not long ago speculated whether she might be dating Depp.

Martin Adam Pavlík
June 6, 2022, 10:12pm
Reading time: 1:01
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According to New York Post, the lawyer Camille Vasquez got into a broader spotlight in April as the attorney of Johnny Depp in the closely watched lawsuit in Virginia US. After that, a fight among law firms began. For now, she is staying in the renowned law firm Brown Rudnick.

 



They want her on their team after her confident performance and multiple instances of her backing the actress Amber Heard in a corner with uncomfortable questions, reaching a victorious outcome alongside her colleagues. She persuaded the jury that it was Depp who was telling the truth in court and his ex-wife lied. Consequently, she received attention, but not only from the public.

Source: Evelyn Hockstein / Pool


„Agents are surrounding Camille because they are aware she is a unicorn - intelligent, clever and stable lawyer whose impressive performance during the lawsuit placed her in a valuable position of visibility," 
stated a source of an American journal. On social media, many have recently speculated whether Depp and Vasquez started to date and that there may be more to their relationship.


Depp won the lawsuit where he sued his ex-wife for defamation for 50 million dollars on Wednesday the 1st of June. The jury decided that Amber Heard "only" has to pay the actor 15 million dollars.

„There is an abuser in this courtroom, but it is not Mr. Depp. And there is a victim of domestic abuse in this courtroom, but it is not Ms. Heard," said Camille Vasquez in her closing argument in front of the jury. You can read more about the trial here.

 

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