After Johnny Depp and Amber Heard were prosecuted for defamation, The Pirates Star settled another case

While Johnny Depp is best known for his performance in Pirates of the Caribbean movie series, Edward ScissorhandsAnd the Donnie Brasco And many other films, recently the actor has been drawing attention mainly to the drama in his personal life. A little over a month ago, the defamation trial between him and his ex-wife Amber Heard ended, with Depp awarded $10 million in damages and $5 million in punitive damages (although this latter amount was later reduced to $350,000). Now it comes out today that Depp has solved another of his cases, which in this case means he won’t have to go through another trial.

You may remember the 2018 movie city ​​of lieswho saw Johnny Depp play Russell Paul, the LAPD detective who looked into the murders of Tupac Shakur and The Notorious B.I.G. city ​​of lies He was also the source of an assault and battery case against Depp by Greg “Rocky” Brooks, the film’s location manager, in 2018. Four years later, he filed in Los Angeles Superior Court from one of Brooks’ attorneys, Arbella Azizian (via Limit), states that after weeks of behind-the-scenes talks, a settlement of some sort has been reached. While the terms have not been announced and that settlement likely will be overturned, it appears that Depp chose to pay Brooks to drop the lawsuit two weeks before the trial began.

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