The doorman saw vaping up in a video in Heard vs Depp case
In the Depp vs Heard case, the court was shown a pre-recorded deposition. It was of a doorman who was driving and vaping as he spoke. This made the judge speechless. This happened on Wednesday. Penney Azcarate was perplexed and everyone could see that visibly. He considered such testimony as to the first and ordered the court to break early for lunch after all this.
Heard’s and Depp’s doorman were seen vaping up and driving at the same time
The jury began laughing and everyone could take a notice of it clearly throughout the session. Romero was there in the recording. Romero worked at the Los Angeles apartment building where Depp and Heard used to live together. Heard reported regarding a scratching on the door and believed that it may have been an intruder. Romero stated that it was just a dog whom everyone believed to be an intruder.
Intruders trying to get into their unit
He replied that they were talking about someone trying to get inside their unit. He thought in his head about why they are thinking about that. The scratches were four inches above the floor on the door. It was none other than trying to get inside it. They were very scared and asked him to go into the unit and check all the rooms one by one to see whether someone was there or not. Romero added that he did it because it was his job. But he still didn’t understand why they wanted him to do so. At one point, he expressed how irritated he became. He said that he had been stressed out and didn’t want to stay and deal with these things.
Opinions of the lawyers about the video
Azcarate told the court that it was a good time for the break for lunch as the video ended. Then she removed her glasses raising her eyebrows and shaking her head from side to side. She asked for an apology after a huge pause. Heard’s lawyer, Elaine Bredehoft considered this as the most strange evidence. Azcarate interrupted her in between and said that she has never seen such a thing like that before.
The video of their doorman Romero was evidence for the trial. It was expected to last six weeks mainly between both Heard and Depp which began on April 12, 2022, in Fairfax, Virginia. In 2019, Depp filed a defamation lawsuit against Heard because of an op-ed wherein she wrote about domestic abuse in 2018. Though she did not mention any person’s name the story coincided with their divorce. Depp claimed his defamation caused due to that article and the damage caused to his career. The couple has been entangled in a messed up series of cases and public accusations regarding domestic abuse since their divorce in 2016.
1. Who is Romero and what’s the video about?
Johnny Depp’s former doorman, Alejandro Romero, was driving a car and vaping during his video testimony in the Depp v. Amber Heard defamation trial.
2. What was he doing in the video?
In a recorded deposition shown in the courtroom on April 27, 2022, Romero responded to questions about Heard and Depp — who lived in a Los Angeles apartment building during the years 2015 and 2016 — while vaping and driving at the same time.
3. Who was rather an intruder?
Romero described the time Heard asked him to investigate a possible intruder at the Los Angeles apartment building, where he worked as a doorman. He said he believed the intruder was just their dog scratching at the door.
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