Kate Moss had an affair with Johnny Depp between 1994 and 1998, for which he was a key witness in a defamation suit between the actor and Amber Heard, At the time, virtually from the United Kingdom, the model told the jury that her former partner never pushed her down the stairs during her trip to Jamaica, thus rejecting a version that had been established.
Shortly after sentencing, he was interviewed bbc radio And referring to what was declared was clear: “I know the truth, I believe in this and justice. I know the truth about Johnny, I know he never pushed me down the stairs and I had to say this,” he said Monday…
May 17, actress of aquaman described an unfortunate incident in which Depp got hit Whitney (sister of the actress), who was near some stairs. “I immediately thought of Kate Moss and what happened to her.” For this reason, despite not initially appearing on the list of witnesses, lawyers called for Kate to testify to express herself about the alleged incident in which she was mentioned.
When he is called in by the people in charge of providing justice, Moss explains that the accident he suffered happened at the GoldenEye luxury tourist complex. “We would leave the room and Johnny did it in front of me. There was a storm and when I went out I slipped down the stairs and hurt my back.” And he said he returned when he overheard her to take him back to bed and ask for medical help.
How was the decision?
In early June, the jury ruled in favor of Depp, finding Heard guilty, who would pay her ex-husband $15 million, $10 in compensatory damages and $5 in punitive damages.
For his part, there will be movement in the actor’s bank account as well, as he will have to compensate her $2 million for mutual defamation. Significantly, Johnny initially sued Heard for $50 million, while he filed a double-money counterclaim.
The trial ended on Friday, May 27, and after more than 100 hours of testimony in the case of experts, actors and other public figures such as Moss, Judge Azkart directed seven members to analyze the evidence to determine how Have to move on. If there were false claims.