Johnny Depp must pay ACLU for Amber Heard evidence used in defamation case

The ACLU, a non-profit organization, originally asked for $86,000 in attorneys'

fees for complying with a subpoena, but Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Arthur Engoron

ruled they get less than half after Depp's lawyers filed a motion.

Stephanie Teplin, the ACLU's lawyer, had argued that the $86,000 was for

"considerable expense spent responding to onerous subpoenas served by

Mr. Depp from an underlying action in which neither the ACLU nor any of

its employees are parties," according to Law & Crime.

Depp asked for thousands of documents over a six-year period as he

preared for the defamation trial, according to Teplin.