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Johnny Depp And Camille Vasquez Are Returning To The Courtroom Within A Week


Johnny Depp And Camille Vasquez Are Returning To The Courtroom Within A Week

He reportedly punched him twice in the ribs.

Johnny Depp had just celebrated his victory against Amber Heard after six weeks of cross-examination. He proved, by the end of the trial in Fairfax, that Heard defamed him with his Washington Post op-ed.


Depp reportedly spent over $62,000 at a high-end Indian restaurant enjoying lavish cuisine, and left a positive impression on the manager. Meanwhile, Camille Vasquez, his star lawyer, enjoyed a promotion to partner with one of the US’s biggest law firms, Brown Rudnick.

She’s set to represent the actor again after the location manager for the “City of Lies” movie filed a lawsuit for personal injury against Depp. The Independent reported that Gregg “Rocky” Brooks was allegedly punched “maliciously and forcefully” by the actor twice in the ribs before he offered $100,000 to punch the man back in the face.

This happened in 2017, and the actor was allegedly doing it to cause the man “humiliation.”

Additionally, Brooks claimed that Depp’s “intoxication and temper created a hostile, abusive and unsafe work environment.”

Brooks claimed that he refused to sign a waiver of his right to sue and was eventually fired from the movie. Depp’s attorneys refused to admit that Depp hit Brooks. Their statement claims that Brooks injured himself in “self-defense/defense of others.” In addition, he “provoked” the situation.

A witness also reportedly said that Depp was standing up “for a homeless African-American woman” that was insulted by Brooks and did not beat Gregg.


The trial is set to begin this month on July 25th and will be held at the Los Angeles County Superior Court, United States. Vasquez will be accompanied by her partner from the same firm, Randall Smith.

Vasquez turned into a star celebrity during the time she defended the actor for six weeks. She admitted that the newfound fame has been a bit too much for her in an interview with ABC’s Good Morning America.

“It’s been surreal and, if I’m being honest, a bit overwhelming,” Vasquez shared. “But if I can be an inspiration to young women that want to go to law school and study and work hard, then it was all worth it.”

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