Amber Heard’s sister says Johnny Depp’s multi-million pound defamation trial “cards were piled up against us,” but the truth is Aquaman’s star “Eternal.” There will be “on the side”.
Whitney Henriques said he was “always proud” of his sister who “stand up for herself” following the actress’s defeat in US court last week.
Depp accused Depp of defamation in a 2018 editorial in The Washington Post.
On Wednesday, the jury decided that the article was really defamatory and returned a verdict against Mr. Haad.
Henriques, who stood on the stand to submit evidence in a six-week trial in Fairfax County, Virginia, wrote on Instagram:
“Yesterday, today, and tomorrow, I can’t always stand up for myself, testify here in both Virginia and the UK, and talk about what’s happening behind the closed. A door that is proud to be the voice of the people.
“We knew this would be a difficult battle, and cards would be stacked against us.
“But you stood up and screamed no matter. I am very honored to testify for you, and because I know what I saw, and the truth is on your side. I do it millions of times because it’s forever.
“I apologize for not being reflected in this jury trial’s decision, but I will never give up on you, nor will anyone standing with you.
“I’ll be by your side all the time.”
Following the verdict, Ms. Hard said she was “broken heart” due to the consequences and the impact on other victims of domestic abuse.
Depp plays at the Symphony Hall in Birmingham on Monday night and continues his UK tour with musician Jeff Beck.