Brown Rudnick lawyers Camille Vasquez and Benjamin Chu, who represented Johnny Depp in his lawsuit against his ex-wife Amber Heard, have become real stars on American television. Recently, in one day, they took turns appearing on the air of three channels commenting on the lawsuit.
In particular, they said that after the victory, their client's face lit up with a smile that they "haven't seen from him in the last six years. It was in 2016 that Depp started having problems with his ex-spouse. Vazquez and Chu also debunked Heard's myth about the reasons she failed in court. The actress asserted that she lost because her ex-husband is more "influential and popular" than she is. Whereas, according to attorneys, Heard's reluctance to "take any responsibility" as opposed to Depp was decisive.
The couple also suggested that their client may give up the $8 million that the court ordered him to pay his ex-wife. The actress' lawyer has already stated that she simply does not have that kind of money. The trial "was never about money for Mr. Depp. The main thing for him was to restore his reputation, and he did it" his lawyers said.