Just when we thought couldn’t be any more talented, a video has surfaced of Depp expressing his artistic talent in the courtroom setting.
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During his against ex- , 58-year-old has been seeing doodling, drawing, and coloring with markers at different times as he waits for the next steps in the . What better way to pass the time in a of law?
Beginning on day 9 of the was seen using his artistic talents, perhaps to express himself, maybe to relieve stress, or maybe just to make the very long days in go by faster. ,
In an online video that has now gone viral, attorney in , and then it becomes clear. can be seen focusing intently on something in front of him at his seat next to his attorney Benjamin Chew. The look on Depp’s face is a serious one, and it’s difficult to tell what he’s staring at so intently. But only a moment later, can be seen handing a piece of paper to his
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The piece of paper is a drawing Depp has created: it looks like a drawing of a woman. Both and Benjamin Chew share a few laughs while talking about the drawing before the next witness is finally available via an online platform, at which point both gentlemen are silent.
The interaction between the two took place while attorneys were waiting for Tara Roberts, Depp’s island estate manager, to join the online on Tuesday. was seen drawing again in on Wednesday, that time using purple and pink markers while waiting for the jury to arrive at the .
he says is the result of an op-ed she wrote that was published in 2018 in is suing ex- for The . In the post, describes herself as the victim and survivor of . Though Heard never mentioned ex- ‘s name in the piece, Depp claims the piece damaged his career.
The entrepreneur , Depp’s sister , Disney executives, and others as witnesses in the . is ongoing and takes place Monday through Thursday each week at the in Virginia. The docket names ,
The is expected to continue for a duration of 5 to 6 weeks.