The actress is taking the New York Marine and General Insurance Co. to court because it refuses to pay her the million-dollar policy she took out to protect herself from a defamation conviction in the Johnny Depp trial
Amber Heard returns to court. In fact, the actress has decided to sue the New York Marine and General Insurance Co., her insurance company, because she refuses to pay her the costs of the trial against Johnny Depp and the subsequent conviction for defamation. According to reports from TMZ, Heard had taken out a million-dollar policy to protect herself from any defamation charges, but the company believes it does not owe her anything, given her behavior.
The ruling established that the actress intentionally defamed her ex-husband and under California law, this circumstance would free the New York Marine and General Insurance Co. from the obligation to provide insurance coverage. A thesis that Heard disputes and in the documents presented in court (and viewed by the gossip site) claims that the company has entered into an unconditional agreement with her, promising to pay both the defense costs and the sentences of up to one million dollars , whatever had happened and that now, in trying to wipe his hands, he would therefore be violating the terms of the agreement, turning his back on her. Now the final word will be up to the judge.
November 23, 2022 (change November 23, 2022 | 16:26)
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