Verdict for Depp vs. Heard defamation trial Finalised by court

A Virginia judge has concluded the decision in the criticism case between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard after the previous couple neglected to arrive at a settlement.

Judge Penney Azcarate in a short hearing at the Fairfax County court on Friday finished the decision arrived at by a jury recently,

Entertainment Tonight detailed. Depp had been granted $10 million in compensatory harms and $5 million in correctional harms,

however the last option were decreased to the state's legal cap of $350,000.

The court likewise granted $2 million in compensatory harms to Heard for her counterclaim that she had been slandered by Depp's lawyer

Heard's group has demonstrated that she means to pursue the judgment. She has 21 days to record an allure.

Azcarate told Heard's lawyer Elaine Bredehoft on Friday that she would need to document movements with the court to pursue the judgment and

would have to set up a $8.35 million security with 6% interest each year for the enticement for push ahead, Deadline detailed.

Bredehoft told the court Friday that Heard, who met Depp while co-featuring in The Rum Diary,

doesn't have the cash to pay Depp per the judgment or meet the circumstances for the attach to pursue.

Depp will get back to court in July for a threatening behavior claim charging the entertainer more than once hit a group part during the shooting

of his wrongdoing show film City of Lies about the LAPD examination concerning the 1997 homicide of the Notorious B.I.G.

He will be addressed all things considered by Camille Vasquez, who addressed the Pirates of the Caribbean star in his triumph of Heard.