A Friend Who Was Banned From the Johnny Depp Trial Was Seen with Amber Heard

A Friend Who Was Banned From the Johnny Depp Trial Was Seen with Amber Heard

Last week, Amber Heard was photographed in Israel, enjoying a meal at a Tel Aviv cafe.

Washington: Journalist Eve Barlow, who was prohibited from testifying in the Johnny Depp defamation trial, and Hollywood star Amber Heard were spotted dining at a Tel Aviv cafe last week. Eve Barlow is one of Amber Heard’s most ardent fans. Online reports state that on August 1, the 36-year-old actor was seated at a table outside with Barlow, according to Fox News. Barlow was kicked out of the front row, which is designated for attorneys, in the Fairfax, Virginia courthouse in April when Depp’s lawyers caught him tweeting and texting from there.

The Pirates of the Caribbean actor’s lawyers successfully demanded to have Barlow permanently removed from the case because Barlow disobeyed a court order prohibiting phone use.

However, outside of the courtroom, Barlow tweeted nonstop messages of support for Heard throughout the Fairfax County Circuit Court hearing.

Supporters of Depp have been called misogynists and abusers by the former deputy editor of the venerable music magazine NME and a contributor to New York magazine. Online, Depp supporters have savagely assaulted Barlow.

Heard spent about an hour browsing the shelves of Halper’s Books in Tel Aviv on August 2 while touring the Holy Land, according to J.C. Halper, the store’s owner. She was accompanied by her infant daughter, Oonagh Paige Heard.

After the Aquaman actress bought his book The Bibliomaniacs: Tales from a Tel Aviv Bookseller, which he also wrote, Halper published a picture of her in the store.

The judgment in Johnny Depp’s defamation case against ex-wife Amber Heard is being appealed. He stated in a Facebook post, “Now I will dip my big toe into the muck of Johnny vs. Amber fight and set down several facts in Amber’s favor.” She demonstrates her support for Israel, Jews, and the Israeli cause by wearing a gold Jewish star around her neck.

He described Heard as a “humble, polite, kind, curious, self-effacing customer with great literary preferences” and commended her parenting. Heard has maintained a low profile ever since her illustrious court case. On June 1, after a six-week, widely broadcast trial that exposed the most privintimateails of the feuding ex-lives, couple Depp won a $10.35 million verdict against her.

A jury of seven persons found Heard guilty of defaming her ex-husband in a 2018 Washington Post opinion piece in which she claimed to be a victim of domestic abuse.

After finding that Depp had defamed her by calling her accusations a “hoax” through his attorney, the tribunal also awarded Heard $2 million in her countersuit. Both sides have said they will appeal the decision.

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