What next for Amber Heard after libel judgment?

Heard’s career has ‘stalled’ amid Johnny Depp libel cases, said talent agent

Jury deliberations in Amber Heard’s high-profile court battle with Johnny Depp are due to resume today after a pause for the US Memorial Day holiday.

Jury deliberations in Amber Heard’s high-profile court battle with Johnny Depp are due to resume today after a pause for the US Memorial Day holiday.

Depp, 58, is suing his ex-wife for $50m (£40m) for an article she wrote in which she claimed to be an abuse victim. Heard, 36, is counter-suing Depp for $100m.

As jurors decide who is in the wrong, attention is now turning to the future of the warring parties and what might come next for Heard.

As jurors decide who is in the wrong, attention is now turning to the future of the warring parties and what might come next for Heard. 

Hollywood insiders told CNN that, whatever the verdict in the legal battle between Heard and Depp, the fate of their respective careers will be “decided in the court of public opinion”

However, entertainment agent Darryl Marshak thinks film studios might be less than keen to work with Heard or Depp in the near future.