Johnny Depp's defamation suit was delayed’ because of Covid-19

Johnny Depp's  $50.4 million fight against his ex-wife Amber Hard in Fairfax County, Virginia, has once again been pushed back.

Johnny Depp's defamation suit was delayed’ because of Covid-19

The pirates of the Caribbean star had earlier requested a delay in the operation so that they could shoot their upcoming film, Fantasy, Animals and Where to Find 3.

According to the deadline, the shooting of the sequel is scheduled’ to start in October and is expected to continue till February. However, the trial was set to take place between January 11 and 28 - which means there was a clash.

Hard, on the other hand, blamed his ex-boyfriend for his actions, accusing him of "not doing anything" to honor court dates and the judge. Admits "subordinate", but the case has been moved because of the coronavirus.

Circuit Court Chief Justice Bruce White has adjourned the trial from Jan. 11 to May 3, according to Deadline reports. White told lawyers for both actors: "Right now, the Virginia Supreme Court has asked us to hold jury trials. Not authorized. "

The star sued his ex-wife after she described herself as a "public figure representing domestic abuse" in a 2018 Washington Post article. The actress suggested that she was a victim of domestic abuse and that she had "committed domestic violence against him".

The couple separated in 2016 after Hard accused Deep of abusing them during their 15-month marriage. Depp has vehemently denied the allegations.


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