There is no peace for Amber Heard. After losing the defamation lawsuit versus Johnny Deppthe American actress would stand for bring to court there New York Marine and General Insurance Co., or the insurance company with which she would have taken out a million dollar policy in view of the trial with her ex-husband, and which would have had to cover the legal fees and theeventual conviction.
Indiscretions reported by tmz extension and, as such, from take with tongs. The famous American site of gossiphowever, it is very clear in the reconstruction of what happened: the verdict of the Fairfax jury Indeed, he highlighted theintentional fraud» in Amber’s behavior, an element that would allow precisely the company, appealing to California law, not having to pay them nothing.
In the documents presented in court by the Hollywood divaand viewed by tmz extensionHowever, it refers to a unconditional agreement, according to which the insurance company would have undertaken to protect her – up to one million dollars – in the face of any eventuality. Refusing to fork out the agreed amountthe company would therefore violate the pact and now a judge will be needed to dissolve the questionsi of the story.
Meanwhile, about a month ago, Amber he also filed an appeal request to try to overturn the sentence regarding the lawsuit with Depp. He would have listed sixteen grounds of appealamong which – according to the cards obtained from Vanity Fair US – there would be everything, including the lack of “clear and convincing evidence” for the actual fraud. All that remains is therefore to leave the court time to to analyze and then put a period.
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Source: Vanity Fair
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