Actor Johnny Depp performed with guitarist Jeff Beck for the third time on Tuesday, awaiting a jury verdict in a $ 50 million defamation suit against his ex-wife Amber Hard.
He has already performed twice with Beck – at the Royal Albert Hall on Monday and at Sheffield on Sunday.
Supermodel Kate Moss attended the concert, according to Fox NewsShe testified against Mrs. Hard’s allegations and less than a week after defending the actor.
The outlet further stated in the report that he was invited as his guest.
Mrs Moss, who had been dating Mr Depp in the 1990s, testified on her behalf via a video link after her name was mentioned while talking about her ex-husband’s violent behavior. The supermodel told the judges that he had never been violent with her, following Mrs Hard’s claim that he had once been pushed down the stairs by Mr Depp.
Meanwhile, the crowd at the concert stood up to greet Mr. Depp, and the actor, playing the guitar, shouted, “We love you.” New York Post Report
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Mr. Depp and Mr. Beck were seen on stage shaking hands and hugging each other.
After six weeks of explosive trials, the Johnny Depp-Amber Hard case is now in the hands of the jury. Mr. Depp is suing Miss Hard in Fairfax County Circuit Court, Virginia, for a December 2018 op-ed he wrote in the Washington Post describing himself as a victim of domestic violence. Miss Hard is suing Mr. Depp for $ 100 million for defaming the “Pirates of the Caribbean” star.
A seven-member jury is currently hearing the case. The jury members met about two hours on Friday after a three-day weekend break and seven hours on Tuesday after concluding arguments.
No deadline has been set for the verdict, but a BBC The report on Tuesday said it could come “at any time”.