Johnny Depp’s reputation was damaged by restraining order not op-ed: Amber Heard

Amber Heard claimed that her ex-husband Johnny Depp’s reputation was

damaged by the restraining order she obtained against him in 2016 and not the op-ed she wrote for The Washington Post.

Hence, in the motion filed by the Aquaman actor after losing the libel case against

The Rum Diary star, Heard mentioned that Depp is not “entitled” to the $15 million damages awarded to him by the court.

Mr. Depp testified that the damage to his reputation was when Ms. Heard

obtained the DVTRO [domestic violence temporary restraining order] on May 27, 2016

for which he cannot be compensated," the motion, obtained by Radar, read.

The documents further read that Depp acknowledged during the bombshell trial

that the restraining order and the media attention it brought caused him to lose “everything.”