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Johnny Depp's libel case against The Sun over claims he beat up Amber Heard WILL go ahead next week

Johnny Depp’s libel claim against the Sun over an article which referred to him as a wife beater will go ahead next week following a High Court ruling.

Mr Justice Nicol said he would grant Mr Depp ‘relief from sanctions’ after the judge previously found the actor was in breach of a court order to disclose a text message exchange between himself and his assistant which contained references to drugs.

The judge said his decision was conditional on Mr Depp giving an undertaking that he will not seek sanctions against Amber Heard for allegedly breaching a court order, made during separate libel proceedings in the US, by providing the Sun’s legal team with evidence.

Johnny Depp's (pictured in February) libel claim against the Sun over an article which referred to him as a wife beater will go ahead next week following a High Court ruling

Amber Heard

Johnny Depp’s (left, in February, and right, Amber Heard) libel claim against the Sun over an article which referred to him as a wife beater will go ahead next week following a High Court ruling. 

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