Johnny DeppThe legal department of is closing Amber HeardAllegations of a smear campaign. 

The 8th of June, attorneys Ben Chew and Camille Vasquez, who represented the Pirates of the Caribbean star during his $50 million defamation trial against Heard, appeared on Today to refute the claims the Aquaman actress made against their client following the trial’s conclusion on June 1.

Chew said Heard’s claims of there being an online smear campaign coordinated against her were “utterly baseless.”

“In fact, very early in the case, the prior Chief Judge White had thrown out accountsAnd counterclaims that related to that,” he told anchor Savannah Guthrie. “It was absurdly ridiculous and completely baseless.

Heard’s attorney also discredited the allegations against Depp. Elaine BredehoftAccording to, social media was used last week to influence the verdict by the jury. 

Chew claimed that “there’s no reason to believe the jurors broke their oath.” It was disappointing to hear that.