Yeah, I mean as far as the things that have been in the public - and damn there has been a lot - it's a clear cut case and JD has nothing to worry about. It is unfortunate that the ruling involves a lot of other things such as his status as a celebrity and therefore a public figure etc. than just the "did he do it?"Si wrote: ↑Fri Nov 06, 2020 6:29 pmActually I don't think they did appear in this specific case (could be wrong).
They DID offer to appear and they wrote personal statements, but in the end Depp's people didn't think they needed to call them to win, so they (the ex's) published their written statements themselves to show support for him.
I think that is very telling, both that Depp's team were SO sure they would win, and that the women still wanted to publicly help and support him when they could have quietly stayed out of it.
Add that to Heard's ex-partner who supposedly took out a restraining order against her for.... domestic abuse!
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