Johnny Depp Vs Amber Heard Courtroom Notebook Is Up For Sale Showing Details Not Seen On TV
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A courtroom notepad showing unseen details of the Johnny Depp and Amber Heard case is up for sale on eBay.
The Pirates of the Caribbean actor proved last week that his ex-wife's 2018 article written in The Washington Post was defamatory and won $15 million (£12 million), later capped at $10.35 million by Judge Penny Azcarate.
In a separate verdict, Heard was also awarded two million dollars (£1.6 million) in damages via a counterclaim.
Well, while one the most talked about cases ever was taking place in the Fairfax County Courthouse in Virginia, Larry Forman says he sat in on the trial and decided to jot down some notes.
The man from Kentucky explained to TMZ how he initially went down to court as a one-off moment, however, his mates told him to get back down there and continue jotting.
By the end of the trial, his notebook consisted of around 20 pages per day, which happened to cover between 23 and 26 days of the case.
Most fascinatingly, the details in his memoirs supposedly contains reactions from jurors that weren't picked up by cameras.
Now the case has wrapped up, Larry has decided list his notebook for sale on eBay and at the time of writing, the current bid on Larry's listing stands at a whopping $14,469.00 (£11,548.43).
Listed as 'TOP SECRET: Johnny Depp Jury Trial Notes on Juror's Reactions to Amber Heard', the notebook has 132 bids with just under 12 hours left until it's sold.
However, unselfishly, Larry says he doesn't want to keep the money for himself, rather he wants to donate the highest bid to Children's Hospital LA.
Without coincidence the eBay seller thought it was fitting as Amber Heard previously testified that she would donate to the charity.
In terms of memorabilia, wristbands from the multi-million-dollar trial are being sold for eye-watering amounts on reseller sites.
On eBay, for example, a 'Johnny Depp Trial Wristband Overflow' was sold for a whopping $375 (£298.94).
TMZ also reported that they looked through 'tons of listings' and found some sellers who were looking for 'nearly 4-figures' for a paper bracelet.
Meanwhile, it seems Depp has been pretty active following the verdict and has been on the sesh with Sam Fender in Newcastle, along with hopping on stage with English rock guitarist Jeff Beck.
Beck has since revealed that he and Depp are set to release an album together.
The guitarist said: "I met this guy five years ago and we've never stopped laughing since. We actually made an album. I don't know how it happened. It will be out in July."
Featured Image Credit: Alamy/Larry Forman
Topics: Johnny Depp, Amber Heard