Amber Heard was spotted in Israel with the controversial journalist barred from trial of Johnny Depp

Exclusive: Amber Heard hits Tel Aviv! The actress meets her friend, an Israeli journalist who has been barred from a defamation trial for violating cell phone rules

  • Amber Heard was filmed pushing an empty stroller while on vacation in Tel Aviv after a heated defamation trial with ex-Johnny Depp
  • He was heard outside in Israel, wearing a black dress and slippers and a blue hat
  • Earlier in the week, she was seen visiting a bookstore in the city and enjoying lunch with journalist and controversial friend Yves Barlow.
  • Barlow remained close to Heard and was denied a defamation trial for repeatedly taking out her phone and trying to advise Heard’s team.

Amber Heard was seen walking around Israel and eating at a cafe in central Tel Aviv on Monday with her friend Eve Barlow, the controversial journalist who has barred herself from the prosecution of Johnny Depp.

Heard was wearing a black dress, slippers and a blue hat.

While in Tel Aviv, she was also seen browsing bookstores and enjoying lunch with Barlow, who stood by her side during the trial and was banned from observing proceedings in April, after she was caught texting and tweeting from the front row of the courtroom, generally being reserved. for legal counsel.

Amber Heard is seen while on vacation in Tel Aviv, Israel

He was heard outside in Israel, in a black dress and slippers and a blue hat

He was heard outside in Israel, in a black dress and slippers and a blue hat

Amber Heard was discovered in Tel Aviv earlier this week.

Amber Heard was discovered in Tel Aviv earlier this week.

Reportedly, she also attempted to provide legal counsel to Heard’s team by viewing social media posts of Depp’s witness, which she claimed was a bargaining chip. Depp’s lawyers successfully filed a motion to permanently bar Barlow from entering the courtroom.

After receiving backlash online for her strong support for Heard, Barlow claimed that negative comments against her were fueled by misogyny and anti-Semitism.

The journalist (right) was kicked out of court for repeatedly taking out her cell phone

The journalist (right) was kicked out of court for repeatedly taking out her cell phone

Barlow (right), deputy editor-in-chief of NME's Music Bible and contributor to New York Magazine, has been by Heard (left) for the past year

Barlow (right), deputy editor-in-chief of NME’s Music Bible and contributor to New York Magazine, has been by Heard (left) for the past year

JC Halper, owner of Halper’s Book Store in the Israeli city, said he was surprised to see Heard walking down his aisles on Tuesday when she bought his book detailing his adventures in the store.

Say what you want about Amber Heard, (and what I know about her has been negatively affected by the media as well), the person who browsed my shop last Tuesday for about an hour, with her baby girl and two friends, was a humble, polite, friendly, inquisitive customer with literary tastes High.

Heard was also spotted earlier this week visiting a bookshop in Tel Aviv (pictured)

Heard was also spotted earlier this week visiting a bookshop in Tel Aviv (pictured)

In fact, I had no idea it was her until I submitted her credit card. She is now also the proud owner of my book “The Bibliomaniacs” and promised to send me my notes on it. ”

The bookstore trip came a day after he watched Heard eat with Barlow, a former deputy editor of the NME Gospel Music Book and a contributor to New York Magazine.

Heard’s outing in Israel comes as she and Depp have appealed the jury’s verdict in the heated defamation case, which awarded Depp $10.35 million and Heard only $2 million.

She was ordered to pay Depp a total of $8.3 million after being convicted of defamation, but says she doesn’t have enough cash to do so.

Depp and his legal counsel filed a motion to permanently bar Barlow from prosecution after she was said to have attempted to advise Heard's team.

Depp and his legal counsel filed a motion to permanently bar Barlow from prosecution after she was said to have attempted to advise Heard’s team.

Ironically, The Daily Beast reported that the actress’s lawyers were begging her to pursue what they felt were “tens of millions of dollars” owed to her through Depp’s “Pirates of the Caribbean” earnings before their trial.

They claimed that because Depp made Pirates of the Caribbean 5 while married, it was a ‘community property’ and Heard was entitled to half of it.

Heard did not allow them to chase after that money, with her lawyers saying via email that she was ‘honest on your word’ that it was not about the money.

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