Elon Musk weighs in on Depp-Heard trial: ‘I hope they each transfer on’

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Elon Musk took to Twitter Friday night time to chime in on Johnny Depp and Amber Heard’s future following the drama-filled six-week trial, which is now within the palms of the jury. 

“I hope they both move on. At their best, they are each incredible,” Musk stated in response to podcaster Lex Fridman’s tweet.

Fridman prompted Musk’s response with conclusions following the defamation trial.

“My takeaways from Johnny Depp vs Amber Heard trial: 1. Fame is one hell of a drug (for some). 2. Psychiatrists & lawyers come in drastically varying levels of skill. 3. Lying to millions of people is something humans are capable of. 4. Love can be messy. 5. Mega pint of wine.”

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Elon Musk took to Twitter Friday night to chime in on Johnny Depp and Amber Heard's future following the drama-filled six-week trial.

Elon Musk took to Twitter Friday night time to chime in on Johnny Depp and Amber Heard’s future following the drama-filled six-week trial. “I hope they both move on,” Musk tweeted.
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Through the trial, Depp alleged that Musk and Heard dated throughout his marriage to Heard. The Tesla CEO and Heard dated on and off after her break up with Depp in 2016 till 2018, in keeping with a Musk consultant.

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In April, the Tesla CEO was subpoenaed to surrender any and all communication he had with Heard regarding Depp. 

Johnny Depp and Amber Heard in Fairfax County Circuit Court in Virginia May 26, 2022.

Johnny Depp and Amber Heard in Fairfax County Circuit Courtroom in Virginia Could 26, 2022.
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Following the subpoena, Musk’s lawyer, Alex Spiro, instructed Each day Put up Digital his consumer wouldn’t take the stand.

In 2019, the “Pirates of The Carribean” actor sued Heard for $50 million in defamation damages after she printed a 2018 op-ed piece in The Washington Put up, alleging she was the sufferer of home violence. In 2021, Heard countersued Depp for $100 million. 

Each side introduced closing arguments Friday and now await a verdict from the jury.

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