MEXICO CITY. – The judge presiding over Johnny Depp’s case against Amber Heard in a $50 million defamation lawsuit on Tuesday denied the actress’ motion to have the case dismissed.Penny Azcarate said Depp’s lawyers presented enough evidence to keep the case going. It’s worth noting that the actress’ application was almost a formality after the plaintiffs closed their case; Penny Azcarate was expected to resist such an attempt. Attorneys for both sides heard the motion yesterday morning without a jury present. For Amber Heard’s legal team, the primary purpose of the motion was to secure certain appeal rights for the defense, if necessary. The judge’s decision requires the actress to be the first witness to testify in her defense in the libel suit filed by Depp in Fairfax County, Virginia. The actor sued her over alleged domestic violence allegations when she wrote a Washington Post op-ed about being a domestic violence survivor in 2018. Amber Heard’s testimony could be extended until next week. Travis McGivern, a security guard for Depp for several years, testified Monday.
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