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Johnny Depp v. Amber Heard Courtroom Wristbands of Trial Are Selling Online

Johnny Depp and Amber heard trial wristbands are selling for very big bucks online

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Johnny Depp and Amber heard’s courtroom wristband is selling the blue band with the starting bid of a wholesome amount of $4999.

Johnny Depp v. Amber heard’s trial got over but the drama and attention surrounding it are not over yet. Gibeachhead, an eBay seller is selling the blue wristband is selling with the amount of $4999.

According to the seller, the wristband was allowed for entry on the 20th day of the six-week defamation trial. The trial was held in Fairfax County in Virginia. Firstly, the seller from eBay is letting the public bid to buy the wristbands from the case in three and four figures.

In fact, there are two types of bands, one orange which is selling for $500, and a blue band which is selling for $4999.

The orange band describes as,

“This is a wristband that was used to enter one of the last days of the Johnny Depp Trial on Thursday, May 26, 2022. It is number 77 for number 77 in line to enter the courtroom. This wristband is priceless in that the trial is a part of pop culture history. I am willing to negotiate.”

However, the blue band describes as,

The band was from May 23 and was from the first day of the final week of the trial and from “one of the busiest days,” according to the seller. “I was there and you are obtaining this from a verified first-person source,”

In addition, referencing May 23, the seller said,

“This was the first day of the final week of the trial, and one of the busiest days. I was there and you are obtaining this from a verified first-person source “This is a piece of celebrity culture history.”

Running from 9 am to 5:30 pm, the seller noted that it was the longest day of the court.

Johnny Depp and Amber heard trial
Johnny Depp and Amber heard trial
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Don’t Forget To Checkout >>>>>Johnny for the Win! ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ actor Johnny Depp, has won a libel lawsuit against his ex-wife, Amber Heard

Moreover, 36-years-old Amber Heard and 58-years-old Depp were entangled in a quarrelsome maligning preliminary. The “Pirates of the Caribbean” entertainer suing the “Stepfather” entertainer for $50 million.

It happened over the charges of maltreatment in a 2018 Washington Post commentary she wrote. Heard countersued her ex for $100 million. A decision was arrived at on June 1, with the jury granting Depp $10 million in compensatory harms and $5 million in correctional damages.

Virginia regulation expresses that reformatory damages should be covered at $350,000. Meaning Depp will really get a greatest complete of $10.35 million. After that, Heard was granted $2 million in compensatory harms and no corrective harms.

After the multimillion verdict, it has been reported that Amber is very broke and can’t pay the hefty judgment due to the legal cost and alleged lavish spending.

In conclusion, heard released a statement saying that she was very disappointed with the verdict. She 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,”

Above all, Depp was seen making a humble statement overwhelmed by the love from all around the world. He posted an Instagram post saying,

 

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He further added,

 “False, very serious and criminal allegations were levied at me via the media, which triggered an endless barrage of hateful content, although no charges were ever brought against me. It had already traveled around the world twice within a nanosecond and it had a seismic impact on my life and my career.”

Well truth prevailed, we congratulate Johnny Depp on the win.

 

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Written by Seth Blair

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