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Johnny Depp 're-signs seven-figure deal' with Dior Sauvage amid Amber Heard legal woes

Johnny Depp, 59, has signed a seven-figure sum and has already started shooting promotional photos for Dior Sauvage' new campaign, according to a new report.This comes after Johnny won the very public defamation case against his ex-wife Amber Heard, 36, with new evidence still coming to light.Dior has stood by the Hollywood actor throughout the two highly publicised trials and since allegations of domestic abuse were made against him, which he vehemently denied.Johnny lost many of his Hollywood roles, including his role as Jack Sparrow in Pirates of the Caribbean.He also lost his role as Grindelwald in the Fantastic Beasts franchise.According to TMZ, Johnny signed the new deal after fashion photographer Greg Williams attended one of Johnny and Jeff Beck's gigs in Paris.They claimed that prior to the concert and again they group met to film the advert for the new Dior campaign.Express.co.uk has contacted Johnny Depp's representatives for comment.According to the Wall Street Journal, Dior has kept the Hollywood actor on due to the increase in sales from the cologne, through the brand and its competitor, Ulta.This comes as Johnny is still embroiled in the aftermath of his court case against his ex-wife.He was awarded $10.35 million in damages after a defamation suit against his ex-wife.But the former Aquaman actress has appealed for the award to be overturned, two months after she was ordered to pay.She was denied her request, after her team argued that one of the jurors was not intended to serve but had taken the place of his father.Since this, Johnny has made a further appeal against the $2 million (£1.7 million) he owes his ex-wife in compensatory damages.The A-lister has made money in recent years by selling his own

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Amber Heard wants new Johnny Depp trial and is 'seeking appeal' to overturn verdict
Amber Heard is asking Fairfax County Circuit Court judge to waive the recent verdict of the defamation case brought against her by Johnny Depp.Lawyers for Aquaman actress recently filed a 43-page document, arguing that the outcome of the trial, more than $10 million (£8.2 million) was not supported by evidence.They argued against Johnny's claims that the 59-year-old reportedly lost his job on Pirates of the Caribbean, due to claims made by Heard in a 2018 opinion piece for the Washington Post.READ MORE: Johnny Depp's Jack Sparrow pictures reinstated at Disneyland after court caseAmber, 36, documented her experience with domestic abuse – Johnny's name was not mentioned in the article but his lawyers argued it "falsely implied" she was a victim of abuse during their marriage.Her legal team asked the court to put the verdict which was in favour of Johnny aside, dismiss the complaint or call for a new trial.Amber's legal team also claim that just one of three statements was found to be defamatory and the article wasn't written by Heard, she simply retweeted it on Twitter the day after it was published.In a court document signed by Elaine Bredehoft, a lawyer for Amber, Johnny allegedly "proceeded solely on a defamation by implication theory, abandoning any claims that Ms Heard's statements were actually false."While Depp's later Ben Chew argued "what we expected, just longer, no more substantive."Heard's lawyers also asked whether one member of the jury served properly on the trial, arguing that Juror 15 had a 25-year difference in their age on the court documents and documents that are publicly available.They argued that Juror 15 was listed as being born in 1945 but "was clearly born later than 1945.
No, Johnny Depp isn’t making $301,000,000 return to Pirates of the Caribbean
Johnny Depp has been linked to a shock return to the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise – but his spokesperson has poured cold water over the speculation.A recent report claimed that the actor – who has just landed in Paris for a new project – was gearing up to reprise his role as Captain Jack Sparrow and was linked to a deal worth $301million.‘Disney are very interested in patching up their relationship with Johnny Depp,’ a source told Australian outlet PopTopic over the move, which comes shortly after he won his bombshell court case against ex-wife Amber Heard.‘They reached out to the actor prior to his defamation trial against Amber Heard and asked whether he would be interested in returning for another Pirates film or two.’The insider alleged that studio bosses had already sent across ‘a draft for a film’ for the character.However, his spokesperson told Metro.co.uk that there is nothing in the claims.Depp previously spoke about whether he would consider re-joining the action franchise after making his debut as Captain Jack Sparrow in 2003.Fans were first introduced to the character in Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl, with the films going on to gross a reported $4.5billion (£3.4bn) worldwide.He went on to reprise his role in sequels Dead Man’s Chest (2006), At World’s End (2007), On Stranger Tides (2011) and Dead Men Tell No Tales (2017), and reportedly earned $300million (£230m) in that time.The Edward Scissorhands star recently stated that ‘nothing on this earth’, not even ‘$300million and a million alpacas’ could entice him to return in another film, with Margot Robbie named as a possible replacement in the franchise.In 2018, Disney production chief Sean Bailey confirmed that Depp was no
‘Horrible state of affairs’ Rachel Riley slams Amber Heard vs Johnny Depp trial verdict
Rachel Riley slammed the verdict of the defamation trial involving Johnny Depp and Amber Heard.The Countdown star called the outcome of the trial a “horrible state of affairs”.Johnny Depp has won his defamation lawsuit against ex-wife Amber Heard, the jury has decided. After a six-week trial, the court reached a verdict that saw Johnny awarded $10million in compensation, and $5million in punitive damages.Taking to Twitter, Rachel penned: “‘We need to accept the verdict, etc etc’“Said by those who didn’t accept the one already determined by an experienced British judge, which is where most of us got the info to form an opinion in the first place.“Male/female has nothing to do with it.“Horrible state of affairs.”Rachel has previously spoken out in defence of Amber and has referred her followers to the outcome of the previous UK court case.Amber, who will have a chance to appeal the verdict, won $2million back in compensatory damages after winning one of her claims in the countersuit, but $0 in punitive damages.  Johnny sued Amber over a 2018 article in the Washington post, in which she claimed to have become a figure representing domestic abuse.She didn’t name Johnny, but he says he was the implied abuser and that it cost him acting jobs including his famous role of Captain Jack Sparrow. Underneath her tweet, Rachel included a previous tweet from May 4, where she shared an excerpt of a previous ruling from the UK’s High Court of Justice, Queen’s Bench Division. At the time she wrote: “Extracts of the 129 page judgement (link in next tweet) in the legal case Depp already lost.“Left the description, right the judge’s assessment of it.“I still don’t understand how anyone can defend this man.“This trial is post separation
Johnny Depp makes rare comment about his children as he reflects on raising them in the public eye
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