Amber Heard has been in hot waters since she lost the slander body of evidence against her ex Johnny Depp last month.
The Aquaman entertainer difficulty doesn’t appear to end at any point in the near future as she has confronted another kickback. She has lost her endeavor to have the decision in her preliminary with the Pirates of The Caribbean star tossed out
Heard said the US slander preliminary was defective on the grounds that a jury summons implied for one man was satisfied by his child, who has a similar name and address.
Judge Penney Azcarate said there was “no proof of extortion or bad behavior”.
The US Judge said the anonymous legal hearer who served “met the legal necessities for administration” and had been addressed and endorsed by the two sides ahead of time.
“The legal hearer was verified, sat for the whole jury, thought, and arrived at a decision,” she said.
The most recent decision comes a month and a half after the jury in Fairfax, Virginia, concluded that Heard had maligned Depp when she composed an article saying she had been a survivor of homegrown maltreatment. He was granted $10.35m (£8.2m) harms. In any case, Heard won one of her counter-claims against him, granting her $2m (£1.5m).
Amber Heard doesn’t appear to stay peaceful as she’s putting forth all attempts to dispose of being called defamer.