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Amber Heard is set to be released a book after losing her case against Johnny Depp

 The six-week defamation trial in which Johnny Depp (58) sued ex-wife Amber Heard (36) ended after capturing the world's attention, but the case is far from over in the court of public opinion.

Both sides' supporters have continued to blame each other, and the battle heated up after Amber Heard's lawyer, Elaine Beredehoft, gave an interview to CBS Mornings, an American programme, shortly after the jury's verdict. "These people were threatening her with death. They threatened her baby with being microwaved."

Johnny Depp vs Amber Heard jury verdict

The jury previously determined that Amber Heard defamed Johnny Depp when she described herself as a "public figure representing domestic abuse" in an op-ed. As a result, the jury ruled in favour of Johnny Depp, awarding him $15 million in damages. Despite Amber's heartbreaking testimonies and allegedly forged evidence, Johnny has won both in Virginia and in the court of public opinion.

Amber Heard is set to be released a book after losing her case against Johnny Depp

As Johnny Depp and Amber Heard's court case progressed, the latter emerged as the villain with each passing day. While Johnny Depp's image suffered greatly prior to the court proceedings, with him losing out on and even being fired from major Hollywood projects, his divorce battle with Amber Heard has been an eye-opening revelation, with the majority of the evidence and witnesses clearly pointing out to her being the aggressor, instigator, and a downright vile human being.

Amber Heard is set to release a book

According to a source, Amber Heard is seriously considering publishing a tell-all book as she considers her Hollywood career over after losing her defamation case against ex-husband Johnny Depp, and is excited to embark on writing a tell-all book, not just about Johnny, but her entire time in showbiz as she now feels her career in entertainment is well and truly over. There's also the issue of the Aquaman actress needing the funds to pay her ex the $10.30 million in compensation ordered by the jury, plus an additional $5 million in penal damages.

However, word has it that the Pirates of the Caribbean star's lawyers will go over every detail of the book with a fine-tooth comb and will slap her with another defamation suit if anything objectionable is revealed.

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