Amber Heard and Johnny Depp Depp Defamation Jury Opens Up Verdict Saying Jury Didn’t Believe Aquaman Star’s ‘Crocodile Tears’


Amber Heard and Johnny Depp Depp Defamation Jury Opens Up Verdict Saying Jury Didn't Believe Aquaman Star's 'Crocodile Tears'

While the defamation trial between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard closed a few weeks ago, many appear to still be discuss the verdict. The jury found Heard guilty of three counts of defamation and is now being asked to do so pays her ex-husband a hefty sum of money. It’s possible that some are still wondering what exactly went into the jury’s decision. Well, one of the jurors has spoken out and offered his thoughts on the group’s arguments in the midst of the contentious case. And the person didn’t hold back, even going so far as to say that the group didn’t believe it Aquaman Stern’s “Crocodile Tears”.

Those who watched the televised trial surely know that there were more than a few emotional moments in the courtroom. Amber Heard herself cried as she gave her testimony. However, according to a juror, the actress’ breakdowns didn’t earn her much favor with those who were deliberating the case. The unnamed male juror, reportedly one of five men on the seven-member jury, suggested so Good morning America that he and his colleagues questioned the actress’ actions. He even went so far as to say that they were “uncomfortable” with their addictions:

The crying, the expressions she had, the staring at the jury – we all felt very uncomfortable… She was answering a question and she was crying and two seconds later she was freezing cold… Some of us used that expression ‘crocodile tears.’

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