Where Johnny Depp has retreated to during a break from the Amber Heard trial







Hannah Hargrave



Johnny Depp and Amber Heard are currently on a break from their grueling trial and the actor has reportedly fled the US.

During a week-long break in the ongoing case in Virginia, Johnny has disappeared for a vacation.

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According to The New York PostJohnny is in Europe where he’s spending time with friends and relaxing in the countryside.

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The Edward Scissorhands actor has sued Amber, 36, for $ 50 million in defamation over a Washington Post op-ed piece she wrote in which she called herself “a public figure representing domestic abuse.”

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In response, the actress has filed her own $ 100million (£ 79m) counterclaim.


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Johnny has reportedly fled to Europe during his break

The case has been explosive and has become a media circus since it began and is likely to continue to be so.

Following the week-long hiatus, Amber will be called to stand for cross-examination by Johnny’s lawyers.

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The exact location of Johnny’s alleged vacation has not been revealed but he does own an entire village in France.


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Amber will be cross-examined on her return

The 19th-century hamlet has its own restaurant and village church, a main house and guest house with 15 bedrooms and 14 bathrooms, two swimming pools, a skate park designed by Johnny for his son Jack, and a Pirates of the Caribbean-themed wine cellar.

The island has been listed for sale for $ 55.5million (£ 39.9million), after previously failing to attract a buyer in 2015 and 2016.

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