State Department, studied data on the platform spanning from March 13 — about a month before the trial kicked off — through April 25.
Simply put, jurors must decide not just whether the piece indirectly alluded to her relationship with the actor that officially ended in 2017, but also whether Heard intentionally meant to harm or be dishonest about Depp in the piece.
Thinking it was a joke she laughed resulting in him slapping her across the face according to her testimony.
The graphic description of the sexual assault left Heard fighting for her composure as she described it to jurors.
Description: They argued that while Heard's 2018 op-ed did not mention Depp, it was clear by implication that it referred to him.