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Martin Adam Pavlík
June 17, 2022, 12:00pm
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Crocodile Tears And Untrustworthy Testimony. Juror From The Depp vs. Heard Trial Spoke About The Verdict

According to him, Amber Heard shed "crocodile tears" during the testimony.

Martin Adam Pavlík
June 17, 2022, 12:00pm
Reading time: 1:20
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One of the jurors in the trial of Johnny Depp vs. Amber Heard revealed in an interview with Good Morning America (GMA), what convinced him and the rest of the jury to stand with the famous actor and not with his ex-wife. Depp sued her for $ 50 million for defamation of character. In the end, however, the jury decided that she had to pay him "only" something under 15 million.

 

A juror, who probably did not want to be named for privacy reasons, said the actress' testimony was untrustworthy and full of "crocodile tears." "She seemed to be able to turn the switch on her emotions ... She was crying and two seconds later she had a completely icy expression. It didn't seem natural, " he told GMA.

 

The jury reportedly noticed that many things from Amber Heard's story didn't work together and didn't make sense, while Depp reportedly answered the questions more honestly and convincingly. He added that the actress' legal team had not shown that Depp was violent against her. On the contrary, during the trial, it was discovered that Amber Heard was in fact the aggressor in the relationship.

 

He revealed that the next thing they discussed with other jurors was Depp's drug use. "The drugs she said he was using were mostly sedatives. And you don't usually act violently on sedative. As these pictures show, you will become a zombie," he said.

 

He was also amazed at the fact that the actress bought a knife for Depp as a gift. "If someone abuses you, why would you buy the other person, the aggressor, a knife," the jury said. He also commented on Amber Heard's allegations that the onslaught of social media against the actress partially influenced the jury's decision.

 

The jury denied this, stating that three of the seven jurors did not even have a Twitter account. "Social media did not affect us in any way ... We did not take anything into account outside the courtroom. We only looked at the evidence, " he said.

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