Johnny Depp is reported to have referenced Amber Heard trial in a new song

Johnny Depp seems to have used his recent court fight with Amber Heard in a song. According to a Report from PEOPLEDepp seemed to acknowledge that the trial was being tried in lyrics of a song called “Sad Motherf—in’ Parade”His next album will be available. 18. “If I had a dime, it wouldn’t reach your hand,”The lyrics were read. “You’re sitting there like a dog with a seven-year itch … And I think you’ve said enough for one motherf—ing night.”The outlet tried to reach Depp’s representatives, but they did not respond at the time this article was written.

This music news comes just a month after Depp’s defamation case against Heard was over. The trial jury ruled that Depp defamed Heard in a 2018 incident on Wednesday, June 2. Washington PostHe was not named in the op-ed he wrote about domestic abuse. Heard wrote the following in her first statement following the ruling: “The disappointment I feel today is beyond words. I’m heartbroken that the mountain of evidence still was not enough to stand up to the disproportionate power, influence and sway of my ex-husband.”

“I’m even more disappointed with what this verdict means for other women. It is a setback,”She continued. “It sets back the clock to a time when a woman who spoke up and spoke out could be publicly shamed and humiliated. It sets back the idea that violence against women is to be taken seriously.”

“I believe Johnny’s attorneys succeeded in getting the jury to overlook the key issue of Freedom of Speech and ignore evidence that was so conclusive that we won in the U.K.,”Heard it added. “I’m sad I lost this case. But I am sadder still that I seem to have lost a right I thought I had as an American – to speak freely and openly.”The actress and her legal team indicated that they intend to appeal the verdict.

Heard’s legal counsel has tried to overturn the ruling and seek a new trial. They claim that one of the jurors wasn’t supposed to be a member of the jury. According to the allegations, a summons to the North Carolina residence of a resident who was living with the same family was sent. Heard’s legal teams claim that Heard sent a summons to the wrong individual for jury duty. They also suggest that the entire case be thrown out and that a new trial be ordered. It is not known if this will happen.

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