Johnny Depp’s lawyers Camille Vasquez and Ben Chew pose with alpacas outside the courthouse.
Fans took Alpaca to Fairfax County Circuit Court in support of Depp.
Depp, 58, is in a defamation trial with Amber Heard, 36.
Johnny Depp’s lawyer poses with two alpacas standing outside the courthouse during his trial with Amber Heard.
law and crime share a video of Camille Vasquez and Ben Chew Interacting with Depp’s fans outside Fairfax County Circuit Court on Wednesday. Among the human fans were two alpacas – Dolce and Inti – which surprised lawyers when the animal’s owner pulled them out of the crowd.
Vasquez and Chew pose with the animals and briefly chat with fans before leaving the courthouse.
Representatives for Vasquez and Chew did not immediately respond to Insider’s requests for comment.
My Pet Alpaca owner Andrea Diaz brings animals to court to support Depp
Washington post Reports say the alpacas belonged to Andre Diaz, the company’s founder and owner my pet alpacaDiaz told WaPo that My Pet Alpaca, launched during the COVID-19 pandemic, brings alpacas into children’s homes to make them feel better. She hopes Alpaca will do the same for Depp.
“I think alpaca might brighten his day,” Diaz told WaPo, adding that she knew Depp might not see the emotional support of alpaca, “but I thought I’d give it a shot.”
Depp, 58, is in a defamation trial with Heard, 38, after she claimed she was a 2018 Washington Post reporter column Including allegations of domestic abuse that hurt his career.Depp will appear in Pirates of the Caribbean 6, but Disney canned the film after the column was published. April 2019, Depp Sue Heard for $50 millionand heard Countersued for $100 million in January 2021.Trials begin in April 2022.
Alpacas are mentioned in Depp and Heard’s trial
Entertainment Weekly Alpacas played a small but recurring role in the trials, the report said. The outlet reported that the Alpaca reference began when Heard’s legal team used a quote from Depp’s previous testimony that had never been played in court.
To demonstrate that Depp’s relationship with Disney had soured before Heard’s op-ed, her team asked Depp in April: “The truth is, Mr. Depp, if Disney takes $300 million and a million alpacas Come to you, nothing in the world would make you go back and do a ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ movie with Disney? Right?”
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Alpaca was brought up again on Thursday when one of Heard’s lawyers asked Disney executive Tina Newman about Depp’s possible involvement in “Pirates 6.”
“Does Disney know that Mr. Depp has testified under oath that he will not reprise his role in Pirates of the Caribbean for $300 million and a million alpacas?” asked Heard’s attorney, Elaine Bredehoft.
When Newman denied the claim, Breidhoff then asked if Disney would consider “paying Mr. Depp more than $300 million and providing him with more than a million alpacas to be able to pay for any of his future ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ role provides service?”
Newman’s answer to this question is “no.”
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