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Amber Heard fires her lawyers and changes her strategy for her appeal
Amber Heard was found guilty of defamation because she presented herself as a victim of domestic violence and a jury preferred the version of Johnny Depp.

Amber Heard chose to appeal her verdict, which concluded a surreal lawsuit against Johnny Depp, but for the next chapter of this story, she decided to hire two new high-profile lawyers, David L. Axelrod and Jay Ward Brown.

The plan is clear for the next chapter: to assert the right to freedom of speech, which is guaranteed by the U.S. Constitution.

The 36-year-old actress still hasn’t given up, deciding to let Elaine Bredehoft go, who was her lawyer during the six-week trial.

Heard and her new team will go ahead with a new strategy to avoid paying a final sum currently estimated at more than $10M (US).

The Heard team seems really confident to turn the situation around in favor of the actress, The Toronto Sun reports.

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