"No evidence of fraud or wrongdoing"

Amber Heard was dealt another blow when the judge turned down a demand for another trial against Johnny Depp!
Judge rejects Amber Heard’s demand for a new trial in the Johnny Depp case! (Photo Credits – Instagram; Movie Stills)

Amber Heard is giving all her blood, sweat and money to reopen the defamation case against Johnny Depp. She lost the case in a Virginia court last month and was asked to pay the amount of $10.35 million as a loss. Her lawyers claim she doesn’t have that kind of money and claimed that one of the jurors had served improperly. Scroll down for the latest updates.

To give you a quick recap, lawyer Elaine Breedhoft, who is fighting for Sky Accused one of the jurors of not being the same person they claimed to be. Because of that, he claimed that his due process had been compromised and it would be appropriate to order a fresh trial.

Reacting to the same, Johnny Depp’s lawyers called Amber Heard “desperate”. Amidst all this, the Aquaman star has suffered another major setback as the judge turned down her request for another trial. Yes, you heard that right.

According to Reuters, Judge Penny Azkart ruled that there was “no evidence of fraud or wrongdoing” by the jury and that the jury’s decision must stand. She also noted that both Team Amber Heard and Johnny Depp questioned and approved all jurors at the start of the trial.

Judge Penny Azcarte said, “Fair due process was guaranteed and provided to all parties in this trial.” Well, that definitely means all the doors are locked Sky And the actress really has to give up and finally find out how much she pays $10.35 million to her ex-husband.

In Another World, there have been reports that Amber Heard is planning to publish an entire book exposing Johnny Depp. There is no confirmation of this.

Stay tuned to Koimoi for more Hollywood updates!

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