Johnny Depp has lost his defamation argument against The Sun paper over an article that considered him a “undershirt”.
Mr Depp, 57, sued the paper over the article which asserted he attacked his ex Amber Heard, which he denies. The Sun said the article was precise.
Judge Mr Justice Nicol said The Sun had demonstrated what was in the article to be “generously evident”.
- A representative for The Sun said it had defended homegrown maltreatment casualties.
- The preliminary was heard more than 16 days in July at the Royal Courts of Justice in London.
The adjudicator stated: “Despite the fact that he has demonstrated the fundamental components of his reason for activity in defamation, the respondents have indicated that what they distributed in the importance which I have held the words to endure was significantly evident.
“I have arrived at these resolutions having analyzed in detail the 14 episodes on which the litigants depend, just as the all-encompassing contemplations which the inquirer submitted I should consider.”
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