Amber Heard’s lawful group expressed that her ex Johnny Depp’s standing was not destroyed by her commentary distributed in The Washington Post yet the 2016 controlling request she got against him.

Consequently, in the movement documented by the Aquaman entertainer in the wake of losing the slander body of evidence against The Rum Diary star, Heard referenced that Depp isn’t “entitled” to the $15 million harms granted to him by the court.

“Mr. Depp affirmed that the harm to his standing was when Ms. Heard acquired the DVTRO [domestic brutality impermanent limiting order] on May 27, 2016 — for which he can’t be redressed,” the movement, got by Radar, read.

The records additionally read that Depp recognized during the sensation preliminary that the controlling request and the media consideration it carried made him lose “everything.”

“Mr. Depp conceded that these articles were not a direct result of Ms. Heard’s Op-Ed (they could never have been), but instead, ‘all began with Mr. Heard going to — going straightforwardly to a court to get a TRO,'” Heard’s legal counselor expressed.

The 36-year-old entertainer’s lawful group additionally called attention to that Depp said the DVTRO “was the kind of [the] start of the ball moving down the slope and picking up speed.”

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