Amber Heard vacations in Israel with journalist friend who was barred from Johnny Depp trial. See pics
Amber Heard has been spotted vacationing in Tel Aviv, Israel, with her one-year-old daughter Oonagh Paige Heard. Her journalist friend Eve Barlow, who was banned from he defamation trial against Johnny Depp, was also with her.
Amber Heard has been spotted on a vacation in Israel. Accompanying her is a close friend of hers, who was incidentally barred from attending her defamation trial against Johnny Depp. The journalist, Eve Barlow, has been one of Amber's most loyal supporters and was in regular attendance at the trial held in the Fairfax, Virginia courtroom in April. Also Read| Amber Heard suffered losses of around $50 million due to Johnny Depp's claims
Amber was seen holidaying with Eve in Israel. An Israeli journalist shared a picture on her Twitter account on August 2 in which Amber and Eve were spotted grabbing lunch together in Tel Aviv. They were dining at an outdoor restaurant.
The picture came a day after Amber was photographed pushing an empty stroller in Tel Aviv. The actor, who welcomed her first child via surrogacy in April 2021, was apparently exploring the city with her daughter Oonagh Paige Heard.
JC Halper, author, and owner of Halper's Book Store in the city, shared another account of Amber's vacation on his Facebook account. Posting a picture of the actor from his bookstore, JC Halper shared that she visited her store on August 2, accompanied by her daughter.
He wrote in his post, "Say what you want about Amber Heard, (and what little I knew about her was negatively influenced by the media as well), the person who browsed my store last Tuesday for almost an hour, with her toddler baby girl and a couple of friends, was a modest, polite, friendly, inquisitive self-effacing customer with high literary tastes. In fact, I had no idea that it was her until she presented her credit card. She is also now the proud owner of my book The Bibliomaniacs and promised to send me feedback on it."
Amber's friend Eve was a permanent fixture in the courthouse during Amber and Johnny's trial in Virginia. However, after she was found tweeting and texting from the front row, she was permanently banned from testifying or appearing in the courtroom in any manner. Johnny Depp's attorneys were successful in their motion to have her removed. She continued to show her support to Amber from outside the courtroom with her tweets.
A jury on June 1 found both Amber and Johnny guilty of defaming each other. Amber has been ordered to pay $10.35 million damages to her ex-husband, but her attorneys have filed an appeal against it. Johnny was also ordered to pay $2 million in damages and he has also filed an appeal against the d