Johnny Depp equipped with passes that granted them access to any area of the stage as well as backstage, Camille Vasquez and Ben Chew had the opportunity to attend the concert.
Although the trial between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard has now ended, and the movie Hot Take has already been released, streaming on Tubi, which tells the story, the actor seems to have remained very attached to the team of lawyers who assisted him.
During the first date of his American tour with Jeff Beck held at The Anthem in Washington DC, Depp invited the group of lawyers to the concert making sure that each of them had an exclusive treatment.
Equipped with passes that granted them access to any area of the stage as well as backstage, Camille Vasquez and Ben Chew (i.e., the lawyers who fought alongside Depp during the libel trial that the 59-year-old actor filed against the ex-wife Amber Heard, eventually winning) had the opportunity to attend the concert.
Johnny Depp at tour right
“I want to thank a lot of people in this room,” Depp said during a pause between songs, referring to his team of lawyers and his fans who, over these challenging years, have always remained by his flank.
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It was a night of partying, although Depp couldn’t count on the presence of his favorite attorney: Joelle Rich, the 37-year-old lawyer.
The latter had represented the favorite of The Favorite during his libel trial against The Sun held in.
The United Kingdom in 2020, and today, she has become (apparently) the girlfriend of the Hollywood star.
After the stormy end of her marriage with Amber, she seems to have found serenity.