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Irish publication apologises to Johnny Depp and Amber Heard

The Belfast Telegraph is the latest newspaper to formally apologise to Johnny Depp and Amber Heard regarding totally false allegations.

Top Irish celebrity lawyer Paul Tweed represented the famous pair in the case, which asked for the Beflast Telegraph to apologise for an article published about Johnny Depp and his wife Amber Heard under the headline “Amber’s dog smuggling ‘cost Johnny $10m’”, that contained a number of inaccuracies and defamatory inferences in relation to them.  

“We are prepared to accept Mr Depp’s assurances that the figure quoted was grossly exaggerated,” they stated.

“And our allegations of self-entitled behaviour and frivolous spending on the part of Mr Depp were totally unfounded and should not have been published in the first place,” the publication wrote in their apology.


Sorry: The Irish publication was forced to apologise to Johnny and Amber

“We apologise to Johnny Depp and to Amber Heard and, at their request, are making a donation to The Art of Elysium charity.”

This follows an earlier apology from the Mirror regarding equally unfounded allegations,  relating to the state of the couple’s marriage.

In a statement, Johnny and Amber’s Irish solicitor Paul Tweed said, “Johnny and Amber hope that these and other apologies offered to them will finally put an end to unfounded speculation and reports of this nature in the media.”


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