Texting costs Eve Barlow kicked out of Amber Heard-Johnny Depp lawsuit

BBritish music journalist Eve Barlow, a close friend of Amber Heard, has been kicked out of the libel suit against Johnny Depp.

His journalistic instincts kicked in

According to testimony from some of the people with access to the hearing where a lawsuit that could see the actor pay $50 million for defamation is being discussed, last Friday the New York Magazine contributor was surprised by the judge in charge of the case texting from his mobile phone and tweeting on social networks, the main purpose of which was to tell what had happened in the precinct.

For this reason, the woman in question, who was also in the area that normally corresponds to lawyers, was asked to leave the premises with no right of return.

Eve Barlow has become an inseparable friend of Johnny Depp’s ex-wife to the point of wanting to act within his legal team, carrying out functions that do not correspond to him, such is the case of trying to intervene against Gina Deuters, witness and friend of the 58-year-old actor.

He tried to mislead the jury

Apparently, Barlow also showed a message from the witness alleging he was recent to the trial, given that it was last year, so the reporter was kicked out and her testimony was removed from the record.

“Amber asked her closest journalist friend to sit front row – with her legal team – during the trial, live-tweeting, texting and posting information.

Eve Barlow seems to believe she is part of Amber’s legal team. Depp’s lawyers finally had enough and banned her from the courtroom,” said a source who preferred to remain anonymous.

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