Juror In Amber Heard And Johnny Depp’s Defamation Case Speaks Out On Verdict, Says The Jury Didn’t Believe Aquaman Star’s ‘Crocodile Tears’

While the defamation trial between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard concluded a few weeks ago, many still seem to be discussing the verdict. The jury found Heard guilty on three counts of defamation and, as a result, she’s now required to pay her former spouse a hefty sum of money. It’s possible that some may still be wondering what exactly factored into the jury’s decision. Well, one of the jurors has spoken out, provided their thoughts on the group’s reasoning amid the contentious case. And the person didn’t hold back, even going as far as to say that the group didn’t believe the Aquaman star’s “crocodile tears.”

Those who watched the televised trial surely know that there were more than a few emotional moments in the courtroom. Amber Heard cried herself while giving her testimony. According to one juror though, the actress’ breakdowns didn’t earn her much favor from those deliberating the case. The unnamed male juror, reportedly one of five men on the seven-person jury, suggested to Good Morning America that he and his colleagues questioned the actress’ actions. He even went as far as to say that they were “uncomfortable” with her tendencies:

The crying, the facial expressions that she had, the staring at the jury — all of us were very uncomfortable… She would answer one question and she would be crying and then two seconds later she would turn ice cold… Some of us used the expression ‘crocodile tears.’

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