Amber Hard hopes he and Johnny Depp will ‘move’ after the defamation trial –

Amber Hard He and Johnny Depp They may “move on” after a defamation suit.

The 35-year-old actress wrote an article for the Washington Post in which she described her ex-husband as a victim of domestic violence and sued her ex-husband for $ 50 million.

Amber did not name Johnny in the article and filed a counter-suit for $ 100 million – the lawsuit will begin on Monday (11.04.22) in Virginia.

Discussing the trial on social media, the ‘Aquaman’ actress said: “I’m going offline for the next few weeks.

“You probably know, I’ll be in Virginia where I’ll face my ex-husband Johnny Depp in court.

“Johnny is suing me for an op-ed I wrote in the Washington Post, where I described my experience of violence and domestic abuse.”

Amber – who married the Pirates of the Caribbean star from 2015 to 2017 – continued: “I never named her, but I wrote about the price women have to pay to speak out against the men in power. I keep paying that price, but hopefully when this case is over, I can go ahead and do Johnny.

“I have always loved Johnny and it is very difficult for me to live the details of our past lives together in front of the world.”

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He concluded: “At this point, I am fortunate to have the ongoing support I have received over the years, and in the coming weeks I will be more inclined than ever. Always with love, this. “

According to court documents, both Amber and Johnny will personally testify at the trial with actors Paul Betany and James Franco, as well as Tesla founder Elon Musk, doing virtually the same thing.

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