Johnny Depp is reportedly seeing one of his attorneys from his UK libel lawsuit, Joelle Rich, months after rumors of his dating his lawyer Camille Vasquez surfaced. There were rumors that Johnny and Camille were dating after she defended him in his defamation case against his ex-wife, Amber Heard. Despite this, Camille had already ended the rumors by revealing that she was involved with another man.
They had “off-the-charts” chemistry, a source told Us. Things between them are serious. Indeed, these are genuine articles. The story claims that the couple “discreetly” met at hotels, where their relationship began.
Joelle was in the Virginia courtroom with him earlier this year, but she did not participate in the legal team that defended him in the Amber Heard case. Her presence was not required for any professional reason. The insider informed Us that the matter was compassionate. According to the article, Joelle was already married when she met Johnny. She has two children with her husband, who has decided to divorce.
When Johnny was being sued for libel in the United Kingdom in 2020, Joelle was one of the attorneys on his side. In 2018, Johnny filed a lawsuit against The Sun tabloid because an article falsely labeled him a “wife-beater” during his marriage to Amber. Sadly, he was unsuccessful in court.
This year, Johnny won a defamation action he brought against Amber for an opinion article she wrote for the Washington Post in 2018 in which she implied that Johnny was a victim of domestic abuse. The jury did, however, conclude that Johnny defamed Amber through his counsel as part of his defense against her allegations. The lawsuit included Camille, who was one of the lawyers involved.
In response to the dating rumors, Camille disclosed that she is seeing Edward Owen, a WeWork CEO residing in England. I assume it comes with the territory of being a woman just doing her job,” she had told People magazine. Unfortunately, specific media sites ran with it or implied that my dealings with Johnny, whom I’ve known and represented for four and a half years, were improper or unprofessional. Having to hear that hurts.
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