Bound in the house. Johnny Depp’s attorney, Camille Vasquez, and her boyfriend were seen leaving Virginia on June 3, 2022, after her client won a defamation suit against Amber Hard. The lawyer was crowded by fans and paparazzi as he left his hotel.
According to a May 10, 2022 report by TMZ, Depp and his lawyer did not actually date each other and a source clarified that it was a “professional relationship and a friendship.” The source continued that Vasquez was happily taken away by a British real estate agent. Photos obtained on TMZ June 3, 2022 confirm that the boyfriend is Edward Owen, who was helping his girlfriend out of the hotel with her bag.
Rumor lawyer and Dr. Pirates of the Caribbean The star dating was promoted on social media because of Vasquez and Depp’s behavior towards each other during the trial. TikTok users created a fancam of Depp and Vasquez during the testimony, and fans speculated that the two were dating because of their close relationship and their body language towards each other. A TikTok highlights that the pair were seen shaking hands instead of embracing. The rumor was further aggravated when Vasquez was asked if he and Johnny were dating by a TMZ paparazzo on May 17, 2022. Vasquez simply smiled and did not answer the question.
Depp won a defamation suit against his ex-wife, Amber Hard, in 2019 after she sued him for 50 million. Hard wrote an op-ed about his experience of domestic abuse in The Washington Post in 2018. Although no one’s name was mentioned, Depp claimed that the op-ed cost him his acting work. In the June 1, 2022 ruling, Depp was awarded 15 million, while Hardk was awarded 2 million after winning a count of his counter-cases.
The Charlie and the Chocolate Factory The actor was not in court in Fairfax, Virginia, with his team to hear the verdict. Instead, he was in London on June 1, 2022, according to a source close to the public, who had previously promised work. A man who claimed to be a judge of the trial posted a TikTok on the day of the verdict that Vasquez had “done a great job with the trial”, and that he was “five steps ahead” of his opponents.
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