Johnny Depp-Amber Heard trial: Jury returns Wednesday for ongoing deliberations
The jury has reached a conclusion on the Johnny Depp v. Amber Heard defamation trial - but one party was missing from the courtroom on Wednesday.
While Heard, 36, sat next to her legal team, Depp, 58, was missing from the courtroom in Fairfax, Virginia.
Representatives for Depp told CNN that Depp would not be present for the verdict due to "previously scheduled work commitments" but he "will be watching from the United Kingdom."
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In response to the Pirates of the Caribbean actor's missing presence, a spokesperson for Heard threw shade at Depp according to a statement from ABC News.
\u201cJUST IN: Spokesperson for Amber Heard: "Your presence shows where your priorities are. Johnny Depp plays guitar in the U.K. while Amber Heard waits for a verdict in Virginia. Depp is taking his snickering and lack of seriousness on tour." https://t.co/eDkPdGTDE6\u201d
"Your presence shows where your priorities are." The spokesperson said. "Johnny Depp plays guitar in the U.K. while Amber Heard waits for a verdict in Virginia. Depp is taking his snickering and lack of seriousness on tour."
Judge Penney Azcarate told both parties they did not have to be in person for the reading of the verdict.