Johnny Depp suddenly appears in England

In addition to singing during the performance, Johnny also played the guitar, an instrument that brought him a lot of peace and joy in difficult times. That’s something he said in testimony he gave over the past six weeks in the lawsuit he brought against his ex-wife Amber Heard after she published an opinion piece condemning him in 2018. Washington Post Wrote.

On social media, reactions to Johnny’s presence poured in. “Oh my gosh, Johnny Depp is here in Sheffield, playing his guitar. How?! I’m about to cry because he can finally relax a bit after all those weeks in court,” one fan wrote. Another says, “Wow…how cool. Johnny Depp is coming to play with his friend Jeff Beck. Friday at court in America and Sunday here. Give this guy a drink of me!”

Johnny is also expected to join Jeff on a tour to London in the coming days, although that has yet to be confirmed.

Last Friday, the legal teams of Johnny and Amber held their closing arguments. Then the jury, considered decisive in the case, spoke to each other for two hours, but did not reach a final unanimous verdict. The judge allowed the jurors to go home in the late afternoon, only to meet them again in court on Tuesday morning, because Monday is a federal holiday in the United States.

Although the general public seems to lean toward a positive statement for Johnny, this is by no means certain. Within the framework of American justice, the jury must consider and judge the facts. And while Amber Heard may be less popular with the audience than the actress, that doesn’t mean she can’t see the things that have been decided in her favour.

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Johnny sued his ex-wife for $50 million. Amber is suing her ex-husband for $100 million.

Sophie Baker

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