Johnny Depp Waves to Fans and Alpacas Outside Court: Videos – Hollywood Life



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Johnny Depp had quite a week in court – but his fans supported him throughout the ongoing trial against his ex-wife Amber Heard. The 58-year-old actor seemed grateful for the support as he sped off after another day in court on Thursday, April 28, keeping the window rolled down in a large black SUV.

He stuck his arm out the window to wave to a screaming crowd in Virginia, which included two alpacas brought in by a fan to “brighten” his day, as well as a woman dressed as a pirate from Pirates of the Caribbean. Johnny appeared to be wearing the same court suit, along with a pair of glasses.

The two alpacas, named teddy and Trufflewere placed outside the courtroom by a fan Andrea Diaz for several days. Dolce in particular carries a sign that reads “Justice for Johnnie” (with a typo, which Diaz admitted bored panda was an accident). “I thought alpacas might brighten his day,” she told The Washington Post. April 28 seemed to be the first day Johnny actually saw the two animals.

Johnny Depp is seen in court. (MICHAEL REYNOLDS/POOL/EPA-EFE/Shutterstock)

the 21 jump street icon is suing ex Amber, 36, in a defamation lawsuit over an opinion piece she published for The Washington Post alleging domestic violence. the Aquaman the actress did not name Depp in the essay, however, he lost several roles as a result – including being pulled from the fantastic beasts franchisee and another pirate film. Johnny is seeking $50 million in damages, however, Amber also filed a libel counterclaim against him for nuisance.

A source tells HollywoodLife that Johnny “hopes” he will be “vindicated” after the trial – and is immensely grateful for the support. “Not only the supporters outside the courthouse, but his friends and family who came to sit in the front row of the court and testified on his behalf. It means the world to Johnny and he hopes he will be vindicated once and for all,” they told HL.

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