We are already just a few days away from the final verdict in the case of Amber Heard and Johnny Depp, as the jury members are about to deliberate their decision. While waiting, Elon Musk has referred for the first time to the case in which he was accused of having a relationship with the actress while she was married to Depp.
During the trial of the protagonists of ‘Aquaman’ and ‘ Pirates of the Caribbean,’ Elon Musk was involved in the case for the romantic relationship he had with Amber Heard after he divorced Johnny Depp.
However, the actor points out that they started seeing each other much earlier, which would mean infidelity in their relationship.
After being required as a witness in the trial, Elon Musk declined the invitation and did not appear before the jury. However, he has now spoken out for the first time about the case, thanks to a response on the Twitter social network, where he shared some words of encouragement for the couple.
I hope you both keep going. When they show their best side, each one of them is fantastic.”
In the development of the case, the legal team of Johnny Depp mentioned that Amber Heard had had a sexual relationship with Elon Musk since she had had an intermittent relationship with the owner of Tesla from 2016 to 2018. However, the distance between both made things not work.
Elon Musk on Johnny Depp and Amber Heard’s relationship
The doorman of the building where Amber Heard and Johnny Depp lived in Los Angeles mentioned that he saw Elon Musk enter several times when he was still married to the actor. Also, he mentioned Cara Delevigne. And evidence of alleged infidelities with James Franco was also presented.
Although the personalities were mentioned in the trial, neither James Franco nor Elon Musk appeared on the court bench. Meanwhile, Amber Heard was cut from her role in ‘Aquaman,’ while Johnny Depp lost roles in Disney and Warner Bros, such as ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ and ‘Fantastic Beasts 3’.
The following Tuesday, May 31, the final deliberations of the seven juries will be announced, determining if Amber Heard is guilty and has to pay the 50 million dollars with which she was sued. Or if Johnny Depp lost the case, he would have to pay $100 million.