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Alleged Juror On Amber Heard-Johnny Depp Trial Says She Seemed To Be "Pulling Stories Out Of The Air"

Alleged Juror On Amber Heard-johnny Depp Trial Says She Seemed To Be "pulling Stories Out Of The Air"

The jury finally gave its verdict in the Johnny Depp and Amber Heard trial on June 1. The trial took six weeks, and the public closely followed it.

After the end of the trial, many people imagined that the drama, rumors, and speculations surrounding the former couple had come to an end, but that's not the case.

People have now turned their attention to the jurors intending to know what they thought of the drama that took place in court as the case unfolded.

Reportedly, a jury member who has not revealed their identity has offered fans some answers to the questions they might have about the trial.

Allegedly, the anonymous juror has been answering questions under the Twitter username "seekinginfinite." The conversation between the alleged jury member and fans has been deleted, but the messages shared in the thread are still available on the web.

A video with the messages has been posted on YouTube by Joseph Morris. It goes by the title, "NEW! Jury Member SPEAKS OUT from Amber Heard Johnny Depp Trial."

A Twitter user asked "seekinginfinite" about Amber's claim that her dog had stepped on a bee, and the alleged jury responded by saying that "She seemed to just be pulling stories out of the air at this point."

Another person wanted to know about the money the actress was asked to pay her ex-husband after it was determined by the court that she had defamed him. This person wanted to know why she was not made to pay $50 million, which is the amount Depp demanded in his lawsuit.

The alleged jury member claimed that the amount was "unrealistic" and explained that "not all the jurors agreed on amounts." Consequently, the jury members had to reach a compromise.

Alleged Juror On Amber Heard-johnny Depp Trial Says She Seemed To Be "pulling Stories Out Of The Air"

A person who asked the alleged juror why the jury favored one statement by Heard was told that the jury had reached a compromise because the jury has to be unanimous. The alleged jury member claimed that the jury was "in favor of Depp 100%."

Other things the alleged juror addressed include the fact that, at one point, Amber looked directly at the jurors. The alleged jury member said that this "seemed incredibly unnatural" because it's difficult for someone to look at you all the time knowing that you can't talk back to them.

When "seekinginfinite" was asked if any jury members believed what Amber said, the alleged jury member claimed that he could not say that the jurors believed her. However, they found both parties to be guilty of defaming each other.

Alleged Juror On Amber Heard-johnny Depp Trial Says She Seemed To Be "pulling Stories Out Of The Air"

The video covering the deleted exchange has racked up many views and comments.

One of the viewers commented that it was great that the jurors saw the same thing the public saw in court. This person went on to wish that the alleged juror had managed to maintain their anonymity.

According to another person, the jury heard the testimonies, weighed the evidence, listened to the recordings, took their jobs seriously, and made the right call.

The third person felt that the jury's decision reflected what people thought about the trial.

Alleged Juror On Amber Heard-johnny Depp Trial Says She Seemed To Be "pulling Stories Out Of The Air"

Another viewer claimed that the alleged juror sounded like a real, genuine, authentic, and down-to-earth person with a lot of common sense. This viewer felt that the alleged jury member had addressed what everyone was thinking about the case.

This person was glad that the juror had not been swayed by Amber's "manipulative ways."

While addressing Amber's decision to look directly at the jury, a second person claimed that Amber might have been trying to get approval. This was why she was looking at someone else while answering a question asked by a completely different party.