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Amber Heard's lawyer objects to his own question during Johnny Depp trial

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Amber Heard’s co-counsel objects to his own question during Johnny Depp trial

Amber Heard’s co-counsel appeared to object to his own question during Johnny Depp's $50 million defamation trial in Virginia.

On Monday (25 April) Ben King, the actor's house manager, took the stand and recalled an incident where Mr Depp’s finger had been severed.

Adam Nadelhaft, however, halted his statement citing a “hearsay objection”.

“But you asked the question,” judge Penney Azcarate responded.

The moment appeared to spark laughter from Mr Depp, who could be seen giggling with his own lawyer afterwards.

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