Johnny Depp

In the defamation suit between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard, jury deliberations have begun.

No Verdict Yet

In Depp-Heard trial,  The jury in the Depp-Heard trial has been discharged till Tuesday. 

The legal teams for Depp and Heard had two hours on Friday to outline their cases in a six-week-long trial.

Before sending jurors to deliberate on Friday afternoon, Judge Penney Azcarate warned them that their verdict had to be unanimous.

Over the course of six weeks, jurors heard over 100 hours of testimony from witnesses who often contradicted one another on various elements of the former couple's personal lives.

Earlier on Friday, Depp's lawyers contended that Heard, not Depp, was the abuser. 

Depp's attorneys 

Ben Rottenborn, Heard's attorney, told jurors that if Depp cannot prove he never mistreated Heard, she will win the case.

In closing statements, lawyer Camille Vasquez told the jury that Heard "ruined his life by fraudulently informing the world she was a sufferer of domestic abuse at the hands of Mr. Depp."

The "Pirates of the Caribbean" actor  Johnny Depp is hoping that the six-week trial will help him rehabilitate his image.