Johnny Depp hangs up with Sam Finder in Newcastle amid Amber Heard sentencing

Johnny hangs out with friends in London as Hurd appears in court to hear the verdict (Image: Reuters, @samfender, Instagram)

Johnny Depp Was pictured hanging out in the UK with friends including singer Sam Finder, just like the verdict in his defamation trial against his ex-wife amber heard Announced in the US.

The Pirates of the Caribbean actor chose to skip the sentencing announcement Wednesday at a court in Fairfax, Virginia.

jury of seven Ruling in his favor, Hurd did defame him In a 2018 Washington Post article about her domestic abuse experience.

Heard that her ex-husband was not mentioned in the column, but Depp’s legal team believes it shows he was physically abusive and abusive towards her, apparently referring to him.

Seventeen-year-old singer Sam shared a photo of himself hanging out with Depp, musician Jeff Baker and other friends in what appeared to be a pub garden, as the verdict was read out in court.

“Some serious heroes,” Sam captioned the photo.

Depp appears to be in a pub garden with Sam and his old friend Jeff Baker (Image: @samfender, Instagram)
Depp has been busy with Jeff Baker’s UK tour in London (Image: PA)

Other video footage showed Depp walking through a bar, flanked by security guards, stopping to shake hands with supporters who cheered as he passed before getting into a chauffeur-driven car.

Depp flew to the UK last weekend to join his friend Jeff on Sunday’s tour in Sheffield.He surprised fans yet again Appearing at Jeff’s Royal Albert Hall performance In London on Monday and Tuesday, he received a standing ovation.

Actor’s ex-girlfriend, supermodel Testifying Kate Moss It was reported that last night’s show was watched on his behalf during the trial and that he had a party with Depp afterwards.

The jury awarded $10 million (£8 million) in compensatory damages and $5 million (£4 million) in punitive damages after Depp’s initial lawsuit seeking $50 million.

However, Hurd was also awarded $2 million (£1.6 million) in punitive damages.

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Depp issued a lengthy statement in response to his victory, saying: “Six years ago, my life, the life of my children, the lives of those closest to me, and the lives of people who have supported and believed over the years I am forever changed.

‘Everything is in the blink of an eye.

“The media has made false, very serious and criminal charges against me, sparking endless hateful content, even though no charges have ever been brought against me. It has traveled the world twice in a nanosecond, and it has Life and career had a huge impact.

“After six years, the jury gave me a new lease of life. I’m really humbled.

He continued: “I am very aware of the height of the legal hurdles I will face and the unavoidable world spectacle of my life, and made the decision to pursue this case after much thought.

Heard she was “heartbroken” and “sad” at the loss of her ex-husband (Image: AFP via Getty Images)
Depp is suing Hurd over an op-ed she wrote for The Washington Post in 2018 (Image: Reuters, EPA)

“From the beginning, the purpose of bringing this case up was to reveal the truth, regardless of the outcome. Telling the truth is what I owe to my children and to all those who stood by me firmly. I feel at peace knowing that I finally did it.

“I have been and have been overwhelmed by the outpouring of love and tremendous support and kindness from around the world. I hope my quest for truth will help others, men and women, who find themselves in my situation, and those who support them People never give up.

“I also hope that the position will now be reinstated until proven guilty in court and in the media.”

He added: “I would like to thank the judges, jurors, court staff and sheriffs for their noble work, who sacrificed their time to get to this point, and my hardworking and unwavering legal team who are helping me share the truth.

“The best is yet to come, a new chapter has finally begun. Veritas numquam perit.

“Truth never dies.”

Heard also released a statement after the verdict and said she was “heartbroken” by the jury’s decision, which she felt “frustrated” when women came forward to talk about their experiences of domestic violence. The struggle for an opinion.

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