The defamation trial between Amber Heard and Johnny Depp had gathered many eyes from all around the world. The constant scrutiny of the ex-couple revealed many, never-heard-before secrets of their relationship. After an intense trial that lasted six weeks, the jury finally ruled the verdict on Wednesday, June 1, in favour of Johnny Depp.
Johnny Depp vs Amber Heard trial
Johnny Depp and Amber Heard have been on each other's backs since their split. The Aquaman star accused her ex of domestic violence and released several photos of the abuse she allegedly suffered.
The ex-couple sued each other for multiple accusations in the defamation suit. The trial, which lasted six weeks, was followed by millions of viewers as it was constantly broadcasted live. It exposed the intimacy of the two stars in great detail. Many shocking testimonies against Johnny Depp were heard on the stand.Heard was ordered to pay 15 million dollars in damages to her ex-husband by the jury. The Pirates of the Caribbean star was not present at the final hearing, instead, he was spotted in the UK with his friends.
Johnny Depp celebrates his victory
On the day of the verdict, Depp was in the UK with Jeff Beck for a concert. Relieved, he invited his friends and family to the Indian restaurant called Varanasi and privatised it. Reportedly, guests sampled the many dishes on offer and feasted in privacy. The restaurant's manager, Mohammed Hussain, told the DailyMail:
We got a surprise call on Sunday afternoon saying that Johnny Depp wanted to come and eat with a group of friends
Depp was in a happy mood and reportedly took some photos with the staff and had a great time. The Edward Scissorhands star spent £50,000 at the restaurant. A hefty bill that delighted Mohammed Hussain.
We made more money from Depp's visit than we do on our busiest night of the week, Saturday, when we serve about 400 customers
As reported by New York Post, the chef disclosed that the actor indulged in delicacies like shish kebabs, chicken tikka, paneer tikka masala, lamb karahi and tandoori king prawns.
This article is translated from Oh!MyMag FR.