Revealed: Australian brand Johnny Depp wore six times in his defamation lawsuit against ex-wife Amber Heard – with fans offering

The Australian brand that Johnny Depp wore during his libel suit against his ex-wife Amber Heard

Revealed: Australian sunglasses brand Johnny Depp wore SIX times in his defamation lawsuit against Amber Heard – and fans are now offering big money to get the look

All eyes were on Johnny Depp this week when he won his libel case against his ex-wife Amber Heardwho publicly accused him of domestic violence.

And now the actor’s fans are desperate to get their hands on a particular pair of sunglasses, after Daily Telegraph Confidential revealed the 58-year-old wore Australian eyewear brand AM six times during the trial.

Depp wore the $280 (AUD) limited-edition Ava style, which features a tan rim and blue lenses.

Revealed: Australian brand Johnny Depp wore six times in his defamation lawsuit against ex-wife Amber Heard – with fans offering “all kinds of money” to get their hands on the look. Depp, 58, is pictured outside a court in Virginia on May 27

AM founder Simon Kumar Ponnusamy told Confidential on Saturday that Depp most likely bought the sunglasses eight years ago, with the brand rarely giving gifts to celebrities.

“We only released 75 of the frames he’s wearing because it was a limited edition, we think he bought them because we don’t really do celebrity giveaways,” he said. he declared.

While they were inundated with emails from people “offering all kinds of money” to get their hands on a pair, Simon told Confidential they have no plans to re-release the style.

Fashionable glasses: Depp wore the limited-edition $280 (AUD) Ava style, which features a beige rim and blue lenses during the trial.  AM founder Simon Kumar Ponnusamy told The Daily Telegraph's Confidential on Saturday that Depp most likely bought the sunglasses himself, with the brand rarely offering freebies.  Photographed May 18

Fashionable glasses: Depp wore the limited-edition $280 (AUD) Ava style, which features a beige rim and blue lenses during the trial. AM founder Simon Kumar Ponnusamy told The Daily Telegraph’s Confidential on Saturday that Depp most likely bought the sunglasses himself, with the brand rarely offering freebies. Photographed May 18

Hard to find: while they were inundated with emails from people

Hard to find: As they were inundated with emails from people ‘offering all kinds of money’ to get their hands on a pair, Simon told Confidential they had no plans to re-edit the style. Depp is pictured on June 1 after his libel victory

This contradicts the brand’s Instagram post on Thursday where they asked their followers if they should “redo this frame even if its popularity stems from someone else’s struggles?”

Depp’s choice to wear sunglasses would no doubt have been noticed by his fans, and it was revealed during the trial that Depp told Heard in 2016 that she would “never see his eyes again” after the having publicly accused of domestic violence.

Depp sued Heard, 36, for $50 million over a 2018 article she wrote that alleged she was the victim of domestic violence.

Opinion research: This contradicts the brand's Instagram post on Thursday, in which they asked their followers if they should

Opinion research: This contradicts the brand’s Instagram post on Thursday, in which they asked their followers if they should “redo this frame even if its popularity stems from someone else’s struggles?”

Heard counter-sued him for $100 million, claiming Depp’s attorney Adam Waldman made defamatory statements calling his claims a “hoax”.

Depp won the lawsuit and was awarded $15 million – $10 million in compensation and $5 million in punitive damages.

Heard won only one of her three counterclaims, which involved statements made by Depp’s lawyer suggesting she and friends ransacked their apartment before calling the police.

She was awarded $2 million in compensatory damages of the $100 million she sought in her countersuit against her ex-husband and was awarded no dollars in punitive damages.

Mammoth lawsuit: Depp sued his ex-wife Heard, 36, for $50 million over a 2018 article she wrote that alleged she was the victim of domestic violence.  The actress is pictured on June 1

Mammoth lawsuit: Depp sued his ex-wife Heard, 36, for $50 million over a 2018 article she wrote that alleged she was the victim of domestic violence. The actress is pictured on June 1

The judge then reduced Depp’s $5 million punitive damages award to the maximum of $350,000 in Virginia, reducing Depp’s total to $10,350,000 – minus the $2 million he has was ordered to pay Heard.

That means Depp is out of the deal with $8.35 million.

He opted not to hear the verdict in person, which was announced Wednesday at the Fairfax County Courthouse in Fairfax, Va.

Instead, he went out for drinks with Beck and fellow musician Sam Fender at The Bridge Tavern pub in Newcastle, before returning to the stage to support the English guitarist on tour the following day.

Result: Depp won the lawsuit and was awarded $15 million - $10 million in compensation and $5 million in punitive damages.  The judge then reduced Depp's $5 million punitive damages to the maximum of $350,000 in Virginia, reducing Depp's total to $10,350,000 - minus the $2 million he was ordered to pay. pay Heard

Result: Depp won the lawsuit and was awarded $15 million – $10 million in compensation and $5 million in punitive damages. The judge then reduced Depp’s $5 million punitive damages to the maximum of $350,000 in Virginia, reducing Depp’s total to $10,350,000 – minus the $2 million he was ordered to pay. pay Heard

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