Author: Just Jared
Johnny Depp‘s lawyers have served a subpoena to Elon Musk for his upcoming $50 million defamation lawsuit against his ex-wife Amber Heard.
After several delays, the trial is set to begin on May 17 in Virginia’s Fairfax County, though several hearings will happen in the coming weeks to determine certain details for the trial.
The subpoena that Musk was sent includes 24 requests that essentially cover “all communications between you and Ms. Heard regarding Mr. Depp,” according to Deadline. The outlet reports that included are specific requests about The Sun case, the ACLU and “any allegations of physical abuse or domestic violence committed by either Mr. Depp or Ms. Heard.”
If you didn’t know, Amber dated Elon after her relationship with Johnny ended and there were even accusations that they were together while the couple was still married.
Johnny has also served a subpoena to the ACLU for information on donations, the defamation suit and conversations about “the relationship between Mr. Depp and Ms. Heard.”
Last month, Amber‘s lawyers responded to a claim that she pocketed her divorce money, which she promised to donate to the ACLU and the Children’s Hospital Los Angeles.