Lawyer Camille Vasquez has shot down rumors that she is dating actor Johnny Depp.
During his six-week defamation trial against Amber Heard, Ms. Vasquez was one of Mr. Depp’s most important lawyers. During the trial, which got a lot of attention, there was talk on social media that Ms. Vasquez was dating her Hollywood client, which she has now responded to.
Ms. Vasquez said in an interview with People, “I guess it comes with the territory of being a woman just doing her job.”
She added, “It’s disappointing that certain outlets kind of ran with it or said that my interactions with Johnny – who is a friend and I’ve known and represented for four-and-a-half years now – that my interactions in any way were inappropriate or unprofessional. That’s disappointing to hear.”
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Also, Ms. Vasquez said that she “really cares” about her clients. She said that the “whole team” got closer as the trial went on. “I’m from both Cuba and Colombia. I’m tactile. What should I tell you? I hope you all. I’m not embarrassed by that, “she said.
Ms. Vasquez told People that she has a boyfriend and that she and her boyfriend are very happy together. “It’s unethical for a lawyer to date a client,” she said. “It’s unfortunate and disappointing, but it comes with the job.” I can’t say I was too shocked.”
Camille Vasquez is now a partner at the law firm Brown Rudnick. During the trial, which took place in Virginia, US, she got a little bit of attention on the Internet. As she gained fans among Mr. Depp’s fans, they wrote about her on social media and paid her tributes.
During the trial, Ms. Vasquez had asked Amber Heard tough questions. One of the best parts was when she asked Ms. Heard if she had given the $7 million divorce settlement to charity as she had promised. Ms. Heard tried to avoid answering the question directly by saying that she had “pledged” the money to different charities. When Ms. Vasquez noticed this, she said, “Ms. Heard, with all due respect, that’s not my question.”