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Amber Heard took the stand once again Tuesday to continue facing the intense cross-examination about her relationship with her former husband, actor Johnny Depp.Heard faced the first hours of her cross-examination Monday, as Depp’s lawyers tried to poke holes in her earlier claims about alleged physical and sexual abuse at the hands of Depp.The couple split in 2016, but have been battling it out in various courtrooms since, as each tries to paint themselves as the bigger victim in the relationship. Amber Heard cross-examination begins in defamation trial — ‘I could never hurt Johnny’ This particular trial stems from an op-ed piece Heard wrote for The Washington Post in 2018, in which she claimed she had been abused, but never mentioned Depp by name.Depp is suing Heard for US$50 million, while Heard is countersuing her former partner for US$100 million.As Heard returned to the stand Tuesday, she was asked about the beginnings of her relationship with Depp.

Again, Heard told the jury the first year together was “magic.”However, tensions in the courtroom quickly rose as one of Depp’s lawyers, Camille Vasquez, interrogated Heard about an alleged sexual assault in Australia in 2015.In her earlier testimony, Heard claimed Depp forcibly penetrated her with a glass liquor bottle. She testified Depp had taken 8-10 MDMA pills at the time of the alleged sexual assault.Depp, alternatively, claimed he was the victim of assault in Australia.

He testified Heard severed the tip of his finger when she threw a glass bottle at his hand. TikTok creators take aim at Amber Heard with degrading memes amid Johnny Depp trial Depp’s lawyer spent a large chunk of time trying to disprove Heard’s testimony, often comparing her previous

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Amber Heard took the stand once again Tuesday to continue facing the intense cross-examination about her relationship with her former husband, actor Johnny Depp.Heard faced the first hours of her cross-examination Monday, as Depp’s lawyers tried to poke holes in her earlier claims about alleged physical and sexual abuse at the hands of Depp.The couple split in 2016, but have been battling it out in various courtrooms since, as each tries to paint themselves as the bigger victim in the relationship. Amber Heard cross-examination begins in defamation trial — ‘I could never hurt Johnny’ This particular trial stems from an op-ed piece Heard wrote for The Washington Post in 2018, in which she claimed she had been abused, but never mentioned Depp by name.Depp is suing Heard for US$50 million, while Heard is countersuing her former partner for US$100 million.As Heard returned to the stand Tuesday, she was asked about the beginnings of her relationship with Depp.
PHILADELPHIA - A Delaware County family is suing TikTok after a young girl died while attempting a social media challenge they claim that she saw on the app. The family of 10-year-old Nylah Anderson, who died in December, filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the social media giant Thursday in Philadelphia. Attorney Jeffrey Goodman, a partner at the firm representing the Anderson family, called TikTok a "dangerously popular app" and warned that what happened to Nylah could happen to any child. "The nature of the lawsuit is that TikTok, through their algorithms, decided that it was a good decision to send a how-to video to a 10-year-old on how to asphyxiate oneself," Goodman said.He explained that TikTok is unique from other social media apps and websites like YouTube. TikTok's "whole business model," according to Goodman, centers around its ‘For You' page, a section of the app that procures content based on a user's viewing habits."With TikTok you see the videos that it puts in front of you and the purpose of the algorithm is to try and get users hooked," Goodman said.

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