Amber Heard Demands Another Defamation Trial Against Johnny Depp Amid Allegations Of Wrong Juror!

“Ms. Amber Heard’s due process was compromised. Under these circumstances, a wrongful trial should be declared, and a new trial ordered.”

Today’s supplementary memo from Johnny Depp, in contrast to a previous motion and memorandum placed in the Fairfax County Courthouse docket at the end of last month to overturn the June 1 ruling and allow a new trial, by ‘deadline’ There are a lot more details about snatching the winnings. In a protracted legal battle with his ex-wife Amber Heard.

According to the revised filing, accessed by Deadline, the summons for jury duty was sent very late in April to a Virginia resident. $15 million Defamation action Depp set for a 2018 ‘Washington Post’ op-ed against Heard in March 2019 for what he described as the “public face” of domestic abuse.

Also, according to recent filings, it appears that the two individuals at the same address have, at least, “the same surname”—one a 77-year-old and the other a 52-year-old.

The former was called, but it seems that the latter was the one who showed up. “Thus, 52 Years Old” [redacted] Sitting on the jury for six weeks, he was never called for jury duty on April 11 and ‘did not appear on the list’ as required, the filing claims.

Unnoticed by court officials or clerks, the young man apparently made it all the way to the jury without producing any ID, or perhaps even a fake ID, the filing implies. Additionally, it appears that someone intentionally or accidentally filled out the required online information form to state that they were born in 1945.

Unaware of this at the time and during the media frenzied trial, Amber Heard’s defense team now wants an explanation and some consequences that could take away the team’s shine. Depp,

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