The French-American actress, who celebrated her 23rd birthday four days ago, kept a low profile, hiding her features with a black safety cover and cat-eye sunglasses.
Accompanied by a bodyguard upon arrival, Lily-Rose wore a gray jean jacket over a black sweater and pants.
Traveling: Lily-Rose Depp touched down in Los Angeles on Tuesday, as the jury resumed deliberations in her father Johnny’s $100 million libel trial with ex-wife Amber Heard
The Chanel brand ambassador, who, for her outing, kept her blonde locks in a tousled bun at her neck, was also photographed checking her phone.
During her birthday celebrations last week, Lily-Rose – whose mother is singer Vanessa Paradis – was putting the family drama behind her when she shared a series of stunning snaps while wearing a sash that read: ‘Birthday Princess’.
Lily-Rose’s father, Johnny, 58, is suing his ex-wife Amber, 36, for $50 million for defamation over her 2018 opinion piece for the Washington Post, in which she discussed being a victim of sexual assault. domestic abuse.
Civil law: Lily-Rose’s father, Johnny, 58, is suing his ex-wife Amber, 36, for $50 million for defamation over her 2018 Washington Post op-ed in which she discussed being a victim of domestic abuse (pictured Friday)
Aquaman star Amber has countersued for $100 million and the court case has garnered attention in recent weeks, with Amber alleging her husband beat and threatened her.
Johnny has denied allegations of abusive behavior from his ex-wife and recently testified in court that he has lost “nothing less than everything” as a result of the allegations.
When asked what he had lost following the publication of Amber’s essay, he said: ‘Nothing less than everything.
Landed: Accompanied by a bodyguard upon arrival, Lily-Rose wore a gray jean jacket over a black sweater and pants
Outing: The French-American actress, who celebrated her 23rd birthday four days ago, kept a low profile, concealing her features with a black safety cover and cat-eye sunglasses
‘When the accusations were made [and] speeding around the world, telling people I was a drunken, cocaine-fueled menace who beat up women, suddenly in my 50s, it’s over. Are you ready.
‘So what did he do to me? What effect did it have on me? I’m telling you this way, no matter the outcome of this trial, the second the accusations were made against me, the accusations, the second it metastasized more and more and became media fodder, once happened, I lost then .’
The Edward Scissorhands actor also said that he believes the allegations will follow him forever due to the high-profile nature of the case.
He added: ‘I mean, I lost because that’s not something someone is going to put on your back for a short period of time. I will live with that for the rest of my life because of the accusations and because it was such a high profile case.
Court: Amber filed a countersuit for $100 million and the court case garnered attention, with Amber alleging her husband beat and threatened her, which she claims he denies.
‘So I lost then, regardless of the outcome of this trial. I will wear it for the rest of my days. It never had to be this way. It never had to happen, and I don’t quite understand why it happened the way it did.
Elsewhere in the court case, Amber testified that she fought ‘very hard’ to stay in the Aquaman sequel when scenes were cut from the film and ‘communication’ with the producers was cut off after Johnny’s team outlined his accusations of abuse as a ‘deception’.
She said she has been labeled a “liar” during the $100 million libel suit because Johnny, 58, is the “biggest star” and had “more publicity reach.”
Amber told the court in Virginia that the ‘sophisticated PR machine’ behind Johnny had worked to label her a liar in the media, which has impacted her career.
Jurors began deliberations in the bitter six-week $100 million libel trial on Friday.
The seven-person jury deliberated for more than two hours and resumed discussions Tuesday after the US Memorial Day holiday.
Case: Seven-person jury deliberated for more than two hours and resumed discussions Tuesday after the US Memorial Day holiday