For the trial against Johnny Depp, whom fans still hope to see in Pirates of the Caribbean 6, famed actress Amber Heard is looking for police videos as well as a host of law enforcement documents.
Johnny Depp’s next trial against Aquaman 2 star Amber Heard is scheduled for April 2023, but both celebrities are already preparing for the trial in full, Gamebomb.ru reports. Information appeared on the network about the requirements of the lawyers of the former wife of the performer of the role of Captain Jack Sparrow in the series of films “Pirates of the Caribbean is mine”. They want the court to have been provided with camcorder tapes of police officers Melissa Saenz and Tyler Hadden, who came to the call to Johnny Depp and Amber Heard’s house during their quarrel. In addition, lawyers believe that the video sequence could have been edited, and its fragments removed in order to hide the evidence, therefore they also require a huge number of different documents.
Amber Heard’s legal team wants the court to review any documents and evidence of any internal investigations involving Tyler Hadden and Melissa Saenz, as well as any disciplinary action that was taken against these employees prior to December 2016, Gamebomb reported. ru. Lawyers want to be sure that they were under pressure from their superiors, which, in turn, could be influenced by Johnny Depp, who wants to keep his role in “Pirates of the Caribbean 6”. Heard’s lawyers also require you to provide all documents that confirm or deny changes made to previously published videos from police recorders, including editing, deleting or even viewing.
In previous trials, Tylr Hadden and Mellisa Saenz claimed that during their visit to Johnny Depp’s house and Amber Heard did not see any signs of fighting and violence. There was also no evidence of this on the recordings from their DVRs. Lawyers for the ex-wife of Johnny Depp will now try to prove that the evidence was cut, and the police were simply put on.
During the scandalous divorce, Amber Heard accused her ex-husband of domestic violence. This damaged Johnny Depp’s reputation, which is why he lost his roles in the films Pirates of the Caribbean 6 and Fantastic Beasts 3. In April 2023, the actor will again try to prove that he has been slandered. He sued Amber Heard for her article for the Washington Post, where she spoke about the experience of violence.