Saturday, June 25

Amber Heard fires Public Relations company days before she takes the stand

Half of the conflict between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard could be fought outside the court, as has happened before with other publicly broadcasted court cases, and by outside we mean that the public’s perception about who is right or wrong may have an impact on the outcome, if not on the decision from the actual case against Amber Heard, but on the aftermath that will impact both actor’s careers.

Since public opinion matters, both Amber and Johnny have public relations companies that represent them; on that matter, Heard is not happy at all.

Amber Heard fired her PR firm

She was so unpleased with how the trial is coming along that she fired the PR company that was representing her, just one week before she takes the stand and delivers her testimony.

Heard ended her professional relationship with the PR firm Precision Strategies after not getting the results she wanted. It appears that she does not like the press she’s been getting.

“She doesn’t like bad headlines,” A source commented.

Head is frustraded with the press she’s been getting

A different source claimed Heard seemed “frustrated with her story not being told effectively.”

She is supposed to share her testimony in Fairfax, Virginia by Tuesday, for this new episode in the trial, she has hired the services of Shane Communications.

“After years of narrative building you can’t change the public’s opinion in the three weeks when someone is suing you in a case,” commented a PR insider.

Heard wanted a private trial

Heard opposed the idea of having cameras in the courtroom, however, Johnny Depp’s team won the motion to have everything that occurred during the trial to be televised, without the opportunity of selecting which information went public and which would not be seen.

See also  International roundup 09/6: Portugal & Spain both collect important wins

She does not like the headlines

Lis Smith who handled other controversial cases added: “It’s crazy to change teams in the middle of a trial like this because you don’t like the headlines.”

Source

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.