Lily-Rose Depp Arrives in Los Angeles – Faces $100 Million Defamation Trial with Amber Heard in Father Johnny

Lily-Rose Depp arrived in Los Angeles on Tuesday as the jury continues to consider her father Johnny’s $100 million defamation trial against ex-wife Amber Heard.

The French-American actress, who celebrated her 23rd birthday four days ago, has kept a low profile, covering her features with a black safety hood and cat-eye sunglasses.

Lily-Rose arrived accompanied by a bodyguard, wearing a grey denim jacket over a black jumper and trousers.

TRAVEL: Lily-Rose Depp arrives in Los Angeles on Tuesday as jury continues to consider her father Johnny's $100 million defamation trial against ex-wife Amber Heard

TRAVEL: Lily-Rose Depp arrives in Los Angeles on Tuesday as jury continues to consider her father Johnny’s $100 million defamation trial against ex-wife Amber Heard

The Chanel brand ambassador, whose blonde hair was locked in a messy bun around her neck, was also pictured scrolling on her phone during her outing.

Lily-Rose, mother of singer Vanessa Paradis, put family drama behind her at last week’s birthday celebration, sharing a stunning series photo while wearing a belt and reading: “The Birthday Princess”.

Lily-Rose’s father Johnny, 58, is suing his ex-wife Amber, 36, for defaming her 2018 Washington Post op-ed accusing her of being a victim of domestic abuse.

Civil law: Lily-Rose's father, Johnny, 58, is suing his ex-wife Amber, 36, for $50 million for defaming her 2018 Washington Post op-ed in which she spoke of domestic abuse victims (pictured on Friday)

Civil law: Lily-Rose’s father, Johnny, 58, is suing his ex-wife Amber, 36, for $50 million for defaming her 2018 Washington Post op-ed in which she spoke of domestic abuse victims (pictured on Friday)

Aquaman star Amber countersued for $100 million in a court case that has drawn attention over the past few weeks in which Amber claims she was beaten and threatened by her husband.

Johnny has denied allegations of abuse by his ex-wife and recently declared in court that he has lost “no less than everything” as a result of the allegations.

When asked what he lost after Amber’s article was published, he said: “It was everything.

Landing: Lily-Rose arrived accompanied by a bodyguard, wearing a grey denim jacket over a black jumper and trousers

Landing: Lily-Rose arrived accompanied by a bodyguard, wearing a grey denim jacket over a black jumper and trousers

Out: The French-American actress, who celebrated her 23rd birthday four days ago, kept a low profile, hiding her features with a black safety hood and cat-eye sunglasses

Out: The French-American actress, who celebrated her 23rd birthday four days ago, kept a low profile, hiding her features with a black safety hood and cat-eye sunglasses

‘When the charges were brought [and] Quickly circle the globe and tell people I’m a drunken cocaine-fueled menace whose beatings on women—suddenly in my 50s—are over. you are done.

“So what did it do to me? What did it do to me? I’m telling you this, regardless of the outcome of this trial, the second time the charges were brought against me, the charges, the second time more and more shifting, changing Become media fodder, and once it happens, I lose.

The Edward Scissorhands actor also said that due to the high-profile nature of the case, he believes the charges will always be with him.

He added: “That said, I lose because it’s not something that anyone is going to have on your back anytime soon. Because of the allegations and because it’s such a high profile case, I’m going to live with this for the rest of my life. a situation.

Court: Amber has countersued for $100 million, court case has drawn attention, Amber claims she was beaten and threatened by husband - claims he denies

Court: Amber has countersued for $100 million, court case has drawn attention, Amber claims she was beaten and threatened by husband – claims he denies

‘ So regardless of the outcome of this trial, I lost. I will take it with me for the rest of my days. It never had to be like that. It never happened and I don’t quite understand why it happened this way.

Elsewhere in the court case, Amber testified that after Johnny’s team described her abuse allegations as a “hoax,” scenes from the film were cut and “communication” with producers ceased. Working very hard” to stay in the sequel to Aquaman.

She said she was branded a “liar” in a $100 million defamation trial because Johnny, 58, was a “bigger star” and had “more reach”.

Amber told the Virginia court that the “sophisticated PR machine” behind Johnny has been labeling her a liar in the media — which has affected her career.

Jurors began deliberations on Friday in a six-week trial for defamation worth $100 million.

The seven-person jury deliberated for more than two hours and resumed discussions on Tuesday after the U.S. Memorial Day holiday.

Case: Seven-person jury deliberated for more than two hours and resumed discussions on Tuesday after U.S. Memorial Day holiday

Case: Seven-person jury deliberated for more than two hours and resumed discussions on Tuesday after U.S. Memorial Day holiday