Amber Heard Lawyer Is Reportedly Turning On Her


It’s being reported that Amber Heard’s lawyer, Elaine Bredehoft, yelled at her client yesterday and is starting to turn on her client.

This report comes from a variety of places including Andy Signore over at Popcorned Planet.

Rumours have been making waves around the Internet suggesting that Amber Heard’s lawyer Elaine Bredehoft yelled at Heard inside of the courtroom.

Bredehoft reportedly yelled: “If you’re not happy, you can f***ing represent yourself”, at her client, Amber Heard.

This came after Elaine Bredehoft’s rather terrible performance during yesterday’s redirect.

Now, again, this is still hearsay as it stands.

However, there are a few people on Twitter who are claiming that this did actually happen.

Will Amber Heard’s lawyer, Elaine Bredehoft, turn on her client?


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Some people, including Law & Lumber on Twitter who’s claimed that they heard this from someone from inside the courtroom.

Law & Lumber stated on Twitter the following about the source:

The statement was made by a courtroom observer from an earlier day, and it was that the courtroom observer (not any of the deputies) overheard the exchange when the deputy opened the door to the room where Amber has been meeting with her attorneys before/after court.

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This all came after Bredehoft’s redirect following Johnny Depp’s lawyer’s cross-examination of Amber Heard.

Bredehoft seemed very unprepared and her questions kept on getting shot down by Camille Vasquez.

Vasquez was objecting to almost every question for ‘leading the witness’, ‘hearsay’, ‘irrelevance’ and ‘speculation’.

Bredehoft literally couldn’t get a word in edgeways and was clearly flustered since the judge was sustaining almost all of Vasquez’s objections.

After this terrible performance from Heard’s lawyer, the actress then stormed out of the courtroom.

She just left the stand and walked out.

Heard was followed by a courtroom guard and leaving before the jury and the judge is just not something you do in a courtroom.

What do you make of this news?

Do you think Amber Heard’s lawyer, Elaine Bredehoft, is about to ditch her client?

Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.


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  1. Golfer Nut

    There are very limited situations in which a lawyer can quit mid trial. Nothing we know of publicly has happened that would allow her to do so.

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