A new turn has appeared in the defamation trial of Johnny Depp and Amber Heard, taking the fans off the ground. Recently a video went viral where Jason Momoa can be seen giving testimony in court.
So Is It True
The video of Jason Momoa giving testimony is a fake video that has been spoofed to such an extent that it is very much believed that he gave the testimony. However, he never appeared in the court, let alone the testimony for the trial. Social media, as we know, is a ground that gives information, but how much of them truly is the question. People tend to take the platform for their own needs causing harm to others somehow. This is not something new, and we are very familiar with it. Especially in the case of this trial, several such videos and photos are going viral.
What Did The Video Have
In the 2-minute video, it can be seen that Jason has joined the trial through a video call and is being asked not to say hello by Heard’s lawyer. Then it can be seen that he is cracking a few jokes and is referring to Heard as an Amber turd. It can also be seen that the people present in the court are laughing at Momoa’s statements. However, the truth is that the video has been taken from somewhere else and edited.
The video, in reality, that has been spoofed is interview footage from Ellen DeGeneres Show in 2020. It has been dubbed by the creator of the video and dubbed to make it look as real as possible, which put people and fans in the dark. However, all of your information is fake information.
In the movie Aquaman, in the sequel, and The Lost Kingdom, Jason Momoa has shared the screen with Amber Heard in the past. But Momoa has never been called as a witness in the court to give his statement related to the case.
The Case Of Johnny Depp And Amber Heard
The case is between the Pirates of The Caribbean star Johnny Depp and Aquaman star Amber heard, where Depp had sued Amber on the grounds of defamation. According to him, Amber has caused damage to his reputation by writing about domestic violence abuse in an op-ed of The Washington Post in December 2018. Though he was not named in the article, he claimed that the report talks about him and his acts, which are hoaxes.
Amber countersued her on the grounds alleging that Depp had organized a harassment campaign on Twitter to get her offer away from her hands. The trial takes place in a court in Fairfax Country Courthouse in Virginia. Depp has filed a $50 million suit against his ex-wife Heard, and Amber has countersued him seeking $100 million. The trial is being telecasted by CBS and has attracted a lot of eyes and attention.