The Johnny Depp vs Amber Heard Defamation Trial continues today with the much-awaited testimony of Depp’s former girlfriend, supermodel Kate Moss. While the trial was originally scheduled to end last week, the calling of new witnesses and additional evidence provided by lawyers from both sides have extended it to Friday, May 27, when a verdict is expected. Closing arguments are set to take place May 25-26. Live coverage of the trial begins today, Wednesday, May 25, at 7 a.m. PT/10 a.m. ET on the Law & Crime Trial Network, which is available on several cable packages and streaming services.
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What has happened this week in the Heard vs. Depp trial?
On Monday, Johnny Depp’s lawyer Camille Vasquez showed the court photographs featuring a portion of Depp’s severed fingertip wrapped in tissue paper on a bloody floor in which a shattered vodka bottle could be seen. Depp has claimed that former wife Amber Heard threw the bottle at him during a fight in 2015 and injured his finger. Heard denies this claim and says she only has a vague memory of that event. On the stand, orthopedic surgeon Dr. Richard Moore testified that since no shards of glass were recorded in Depp’s finger wound, it is unlikely that the injury occurred this way. Vasquez later cross-examined Moore, arguing that he never treated Depp and could not accurately weigh in on the cause of injury. Moore proved unpopular with followers of the trial as they took to social media to express negative feelings towards the witness after his testimony.
Today, supermodel and Depp’s former girlfriend Kate Moss will testify via video call. Her involvement in the trial comes after Amber Heard mentioned her name while on the stand last week—causing Depp’s attorneys to first-pump in celebration. More evidence brought forth by both parties is set to surface as the extended trial resumes today, and continues through the week before wrapping up with the closing arguments from the lawyers and then the final verdict.
HOW TO WATCH
What: The Johnny Depp vs. Amber Heard Defamation Trial
When: Wednesday, May 25 starting at 7 a.m. PT/10 a.m. ET.
TV channel: Law & Crime Trial Network
Watch live stream online: You can watch Johnny Depp vs. Amber Heard LIVE for free with Philo (free trial), or with fuboTV (free trial, plus the News Plus add-on). If you are out of free trials, you can also watch it live with Sling (promotional offers, plus the News Extra add-on).
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