Camille Vasquez Says There's No Connection Between Depp Trial and #MeToo

Johnny Depp's attorney Camille Vasquez is adamant that Amber Heard's loss in a

high-profile defamation trial has no connection to, and will not have any ramifications for, the #MeToo movement.

Vasquez and her colleague Benjamin Chew, who both represented Depp during the recent

multi-million-dollar suit, have been giving a number of television interviews to discuss the case.

Depp won the trial against ex-wife Heard which came about after she wrote a 2018 op-ed stating she was a survivor of domestic violence.

Chew and Vasquez have been answering a number of questions relating to the trial:

the key to victory in the case, the effect social media had, and how they got Kate Moss to testify.

One topic that has come up during multiple interviews is the damage the case could cause

to the Me Too movement, potentially preventing other victims from coming forward.