Lily-Rose Depp poses topless, talks almost 'normal childhood' growing up as Johnny Depp's daughter
Lily-Rose Depp opened up about her childhood as the daughter of Johnny Depp and Vanessa Paradis. The model credits them for valuing "real life" as she navigated her childhood in the spotlight. She is currently working on "The Idol."news.yahoo.com
Johnny Depp Reportedly Sabotaging His Career Comeback with Old Habits
Consolidated News PicturesOne might think that Johnny Depp would be on his best behavior following his massive public trial earlier this year. But the actor is reportedly back to his formerly reported professional peccadillos on the set of his comeback project, Jeanne du Barry—formerly titled La Favorite.Actor Bernard Montiel shared rumors from the set of the upcoming film on the French talk show Touche pas à mon poste! (Don’t Touch My TV Set!) in October, in a panel interview that’s recently benews.yahoo.com
Lily-Rose on growing up with famous father Johnny Depp, and why she won’t discuss his legal battles
Lily-Rose Depp said she hasn't spoken out about Johnny Depp's defamation trial against Amber Heard because she wants to keep her privacy. The actress also addressed claims she's a "nepo baby."foxnews.com
Who is Johnny Depp’s new girlfriend? Everything you need to know about Joelle Rich
"Pirates of the Caribbean" star Johnny Depp is currently dating his married lawyer, Fox News Digital confirmed. Joelle Rich represented him in his U.K. defamation trial, and was spotted at his trial against Amber Heard.foxnews.com
Amber Heard was accused of editing photos of her bruises during her defamation trial. Unsealed documents show her team accused Johnny Depp of the same thing.
Forensic expert Julian Ackert, who was hired by Amber Heard's team, reviewed Johnny Depp's photos and questioned their authenticity.news.yahoo.com
Unsealed Johnny Depp v. Amber Heard Court Documents Reveal Shocking New Claims
Steve Helber/AFP/GettyFor seven weeks, our social media feeds were held hostage by the Johnny Depp v. Amber Heard defamation trial in Fairfax County, Virginia. Depp, who’d previously been found by a U.K. judge to have abused Heard on 12 occasions, alleged three counts of defamation by Heard related to a 2018 op-ed she published in The Washington Post wherein she called herself a “public figure representing domestic abuse” who spoke out against “sexual violence.” The Pirates of the Caribbean starnews.yahoo.com
Heard faces high legal hurdles seeking to reverse Depp win
The Johnny Depp-Amber Heard libel trial, which generated intense interest for two months earlier this year as a livestreamed, no-holds-barred soap opera featuring one of Hollywood's biggest stars, is not fading away quietly. Earlier this month, Heard's lawyers filed a 51-page motion asking Judge Penney Azcarate to set aside the jury's verdict, which gave $10 million to Depp and $2 million to Heard on competing defamation claims. The motion cites multiple reasons that the verdict is untenable, from the surprising decision to declare both sides victorious to one extent or another, to a bizarre case of mistaken identity with one of the jurors.news.yahoo.com
Johnny Depp settles case with film location manager who accused the actor of punching him in the ribs and firing him for refusing to stay silent
The film location manager Gregg Rocky Brooks claimed in his lawsuit that he was fired for refusing to stay silent after he alleged Depp assaulted him.news.yahoo.com
Johnny Depp's fights back against Amber Heard's mistrial request, arguing she knew about the wrong juror all along but didn't complain until she lost
Heard's legal team previously argued that a mistrial was necessary because a person who hadn't been called for jury duty ended up on the jury.news.yahoo.com
Depp's agent calls Heard op-ed piece on abuse 'catastrophic'
Johnny Depp’s agent says that ex-wife Amber Heard's 2018 op-ed piece in The Washington Post describing herself as a victim of domestic abuse was “catastrophic” to Depp's career and coincided with the loss of a $23 million deal for a “Pirates of the Caribbean” sequel.