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Amber Heard 'unlikely' to act as This Morning expert predicts major career change
This Morning hosts Alison Hammond and Dermot O'Leary discussed the recent defamation case between Johnny Depp and his ex-wife, Amber Heard.The former couple were at loggerheads after the Pirates of the Caribbean actor took the Aquaman star to court in Fairfax, Virginia, claiming she defamed him in a 2018 opinion piece published by The Washington Post.A jury ruled in favour of Johnny and Amber was ordered to pay £12 million in costs to her ex.Speaking on ITV's This Morning, an expert has hinted at what could be next for Amber after sources claimed her career could take a rapid decline.Speaking from Los Angeles, Sam said: "Wil Johnny Depp resume his film acting career before I think it was not at all probable."Now, I would describe it as remotely possible."He continued: "As for Amber Heard, I think it's going to be very, very difficult to pick up from here."Does she resume her life as an actress? It seems unlikely, could she become an advocate a spokesperson of some sort? "I think parallel to Monica Lewinsky here in the States, I think that's possible."Depp won the case on June 1 and discovered the news while out on a night out in Newcastle with Geordie sensation Sam Fender and his pal Jeff Beck, who he is currently touring with.Speaking after the verdict, Johnny took to social media issuing a statement saying his life changed after Amber published the article, six years ago.He said: "Six years later, the jury gave me my life back.
'We are guilty' Monica Lewinsky slams Johnny Depp and Amber trial as 'courtroom porn'
Johnny Depp and Amber Heard court case, branding it "courtroom porn" and claiming that everyone is "guilty" for watching the trial that played out over the course of six weeks.The American activist's comments came days before the jury announced yesterday that the Pirates of the Caribbean star won the $10million defamation trial against his ex-wife, Amber Heard.Ahead of the jury's explosive verdict, Lewinsky penned an opinion piece sharing her thoughts on the trial.The TV personality condemned the way the trial had been conducted and claimed that "we are guilty" for watching the trial, which was played out for the world to see.She wrote: "Because the trial has also been available live on our screens, we think, subconsciously, that we have a right to look and watch."To judge.To comment."And we end up with this confusing cultural crossover of watching two people (whom we are used to seeing as actors acting on a screen) in a setting—a courtroom—where we would normally expect them to be assuming their characters’ roles," she penned in an article for Vanity Fair.The activist went on to condemn the impact the trial has had on survivors of domestic abuse.She wrote: "It would be sad enough even if we just considered how it has impacted domestic violence survivors or those who have sought strength in the #MeToo movement."However, it's the larger implications for our culture that concern me the most: the ways we have stoked the flames of misogyny and, separately, the celebrity circus," she added.Yesterday, it was announced that the Hollywood actor had won his defamation lawsuit against his ex-wife.Johnny has been awarded $10million in compensation, and $5million in punitive damages after the jury deliberated for three days.Amber,