The upcoming “Depp V Heard” documentary trilogy will examine the well-known legal conflict between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard. But this series won’t just recycle old rumors and rumors. Netflix is dedicated to providing a fresh, unbiased perspective on the subject.
Adam Waldman, Depp’s attorney, was dismissed from the case by Judge Bruce White during the infamous trial after it was discovered that he had disclosed sensitive information to the media. When Waldman was the target of accusations, the highly publicized trial took an unexpected turn.
Adam Waldman: Who is he?
Depp was previously represented by Waldman, a well-known American attorney who also works as a lobbyist, during his divorce proceedings. He was later dismissed from Depp’s legal team, though, after a judge learned that he had been divulging sensitive information.
Barbara Sturm, a German aesthetician and the CEO of the skincare company Dr. Barbara Sturm, is married to Waldman. The lawyer is the father of three daughters and one son, totaling four kids. It is estimated that he has a net worth of around $2 million.
The jury in the Depp v. Heard case found that Waldman’s remarks to the Daily Mail publication had disparaged Amber Heard. In these statements, Waldman claimed that Heard had called the police to their apartment in May 2016 as part of a “hoax.” Waldman was quoted as saying, “Amber Heard and her associates in the media utilized fabricated allegations of sexual violence as both an offensive weapon and a defensive shield, adapting their use based on their requirements,” in a piece that was published on April 8, 2020. They have used certain purported ‘facts’ about her false accusations of sexual assault as the offensive weapon, disseminating them to the general public and Mr. Depp.
“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere,” Waldman wrote on Instagram in response to the jury’s decision in the Johnny Depp v. Amber Heard case. We are bound together in a single garment of destiny, caught in an unbreakable web of reciprocity. Anything that directly affects one also indirectly affects everyone.– Martin Luther King, Jr.