Johnny Depp often seen busy drawing while undergoing a trial for defamation of his ex-wife, Amber Heard.
This incident was originally uploaded by an account TikTok on April 27 last. The 58-year-old actor was seen several times drawing doodles on sticky notes in the middle of the trial.
In the video, Depp is seen showing his drawing to his lawyer, Benjamin Chew. Later, Chew and Depp were seen smiling together after seeing the picture.
According to reports Peoplethe moment occurred when Depp was waiting for the arrival of a witness named Tara Roberts who is the manager of Depp’s land.
Depp’s activities did not stop there. This Pirates of the Caribbean movie star finally often does this routine when he is listening to testimony in the courtroom.
On April 26, Depp was also seen busy with purple and pink markers to color on his drawing paper. He was waiting for the jury to enter the courtroom.
In addition, a number of colorful gummy bear candies also appeared on Depp’s table.
At Tuesday’s hearing (17/5), Johnny Depp did not look Amber Heard in the eye for as long as his ex-wife testified.
Most of the time Depp looked down and seemed to be busy with himself, whether it was drawing, checking documents, or having a quick chat with his lawyer while Amber Heard testified.
Johnny Depp and Amber Heard met on the set of The Rum Diary in 2011, then allegedly started dating in 2012.
Depp later confirmed his engagement to Heard in March 2014, after months of speculation about it. The two of them later married in February 2015.
In May 2016, Heard filed for divorce from Depp citing irreconcilable differences. Depp and Heard officially divorced in January 2017.
The two got into a new round of trouble when Depp sued Heard for defamation with a lawsuit worth US$50 million for Heard’s writing in the Washington Post in December 2018.
The trial began on April 11 and is still ongoing.
The trial between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard is now in its fifth week. Closing arguments will roll out on May 27 and will be continued with the jury’s consideration.