Johnny Depp vs Amber Heard jury must answer FORTY-TWO questions
24 on actor's claims and 18 on ex-wife's - before they reach verdict in $100M fight and decide damages - as case that gripped the world closes
– The document was released by the federal court in Fairfax and shows there are 24 questions for Johnny Depp's claims and 18 for Amber Heard's counterclaim
Spanning eight pages, it means the jury has to decide on dozens of matters before reaching their verdict - which is set to be delivered this week
The document also contains a section where they will have to decide on the damages for Depp and Heard - and any punitive damages
Closing arguments finished on Friday in blockbuster defamation trial between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard
The case is now being deliberated by the jury after six weeks of graphic and raw evidence about Depp and Heard's four year relationship and 15 month marriage
The Johnny Depp vs Amber Heard $100million libel case is so complicated
that the verdict sheet has 42 questions the jury must answer before the deliver a verdict, DailyMail.com can reveal.
The document was released by the court in Fairfax, Virginia and shows that there are 24 questions for Depp's claims and 18 for Heard's counterclaim.