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Johnny Depp Trial: Amber Heard cross-examination expected to begin Monday as trial resumes

FALLS CHURCH, Va. - Amber Heard is expected back on the witness stand Monday to continue her testimony in Johnny Depp's $50 million defamation trial that resumes following a weeklong recess.When the trial reconvenes in Fairfax County, Virginia, Depp's legal team is expected to cross-examine Heard. Jurors have already heard four weeks of testimony.Prior to the one-week trial hiatus, Heard went into graphic detail as she described disturbing sexual assault allegations against her ex-husband.Outside of the courtroom Monday morning, crowds of mostly Depp supporters lined up early in hopes of being allowed inside as the trial continues.

FOX 5’s Bob Barnard spoke with some of those in line to get their thoughts of the trial so far.From the witness stand, Heard described an alleged sexual assault she said took place over several days while the then-couple was in Australia in 2015.US actress Amber Heard (L) testifies as US actor Johnny Depp looks on during a defamation trial at the Fairfax County Circuit Courthouse in Fairfax, Virginia, on May 5, 2022. - Actor Johnny Depp is suing ex-wife Amber Heard for libel after she wrote Heard alleged Depp accused her of cheating on him with movie co-stars including Billy Bob Thornton and Eddie Redmayne, with whom she'd just shot the film "The Danish Girl." Heard has denied those accusations.Heard said Depp tore off her clothes and repeatedly punched her before he sexually assaulted her with a liquor bottle in an alcohol-fueled rage.Download the FOX 5 DC News App for Local Breaking News and WeatherUS actress Amber Heard looks on during a hearing at the Fairfax County Circuit Courthouse in Fairfax, Virginia, on May 3, 2022.

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FALLS CHURCH, Va. - Amber Heard is expected back on the witness stand Monday to continue her testimony in Johnny Depp's $50 million defamation trial that resumes following a weeklong recess.When the trial reconvenes in Fairfax County, Virginia, Depp's legal team is expected to cross-examine Heard. Jurors have already heard four weeks of testimony.Prior to the one-week trial hiatus, Heard went into graphic detail as she described disturbing sexual assault allegations against her ex-husband.Outside of the courtroom Monday morning, crowds of mostly Depp supporters lined up early in hopes of being allowed inside as the trial continues.
Lindsey Buckingham has postponed his upcoming UK and European tour after he and members of his live band and crew recently contracted COVID-19.The former Fleetwood Mac musician had been due to kick off his solo tour in Dublin on Tuesday (May 17), with further dates booked in Glasgow, Liverpool and London.Buckingham has now been forced, however, to postpone those dates as he continues his recovery from COVID-19, which also forced the premature end of his recent North American tour.“It is with great sadness that we are announcing the postponement of Lindsey’s European tour,” a statement posted on the musician’s social media channels this afternoon (May 12) reads.“Along with other members of his band and crew, Lindsey contracted COVID-19 at the end of his latest North American tour, forcing that to end prematurely.News on Lindsey’s upcoming European tour.

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