They are dressed as a pirate ship adorned with Captain Jack Sparrow seen in the trial of Depp v. heard

A huge pirate ship ‘sailed’ by a Virginia courtroom Tuesday as jury deliberations continue at the johnny depp against amber heard defamation lawsuit.

The ship was a pickup truck on a flatbed disguised to resemble a pirate ship covered in “Pirates of the Caribbean” imagery, including the face of Depp’s character Captain Jack Sparrow.

A pirate mannequin stood at the bow of the ‘ship’ that enchanted fans who saw it in person and on social media.

It was towed past the Fairfax County Circuit Court in Virginia, where jurors continue to deliberate the outcome of Depp’s case against his ex-wife Amber Heard.

But sadly, Depp himself will not have seen what appears to have been a lavish means of making his case, as he is in the UK performing with his band Hollywood Vampires.

There was also no sign of Heard on Tuesday, although Depp’s star lawyer, Camille Vasquez, was photographed addressing the court.

Tuesday is the first full day of deliberations for them in what is a complicated and heavily evidenced case. A verdict is unlikely to be delivered on Tuesday, and more likely later this week.

A massive pirate ship 'sailed' past a Virginia courthouse Tuesday as jury deliberations continue in the defamation trial of Johnny Depp v.  Amber Heard

A massive pirate ship ‘sailed’ past a Virginia courthouse Tuesday as jury deliberations continue in the defamation trial of Johnny Depp v. Amber Heard

The ship was a pickup truck on a flatbed disguised to resemble a pirate ship covered in

The ship was a pickup truck on a flatbed disguised to resemble a pirate ship covered in “Pirates of the Caribbean” imagery, including the face of Depp’s character Captain Jack Sparrow.

Depp, 58, is suing his ex-wife Amber Heard, 36, for $50 million, claiming he was defamed by a 2018 Washington Post op-ed in which Heard described herself as a “public figure.” that represents domestic abuse.

Heard has filed a $100 million countersuit against the “Pirates of the Caribbean” star after his attorney called his allegations a hoax. Each accuses the other of destroying his career.

The seven-person civilian jury heard closing arguments Friday and deliberated for about two hours before leaving for the long Memorial Day weekend. Jurors resumed deliberations in Fairfax County Circuit Court just after 9 a.m. Tuesday.

The testimony presented a litany of lurid details from their brief marriage. Heard testified that Depp physically or sexually assaulted her more than a dozen times. During his testimony, Depp testified that he never hit Heard, that she made up the abuse allegations and that she was the one who physically attacked him multiple times.

Depp's lawyers, Camille Vasquez (left) and Ben Chew (right), walk to their car as the jury deliberates in Depp's libel trial against Heard.

Depp’s lawyers, Camille Vasquez (left) and Ben Chew (right), walk to their car as the jury deliberates in Depp’s libel trial against Heard.

Depp's legal team was seen outside the Fairfax County courthouse before being summoned inside when jurors asked a question during deliberations on Tuesday.

Depp’s legal team was seen outside the Fairfax County courthouse before being summoned inside when jurors asked a question during deliberations on Tuesday.

During closing arguments, both sides told the jury that a verdict in their favor would bring their clients back to life.

Depp flew to England over Memorial Day weekend and made surprise appearances at Jeff Beck’s concerts in Sheffield and London.

Depp, a guitarist, has his own band, the Hollywood Vampires, with Alice Cooper and Joe Perry of Aerosmith.

Neither Depp nor Heard were seen at the Fairfax County courthouse, where deliberations continued Tuesday. But star attorneys Camille Vasquez and Benjamin Chew, and other members of Depp’s legal team were seen outside the courthouse and were later summoned to court when alerted that the jury had raised a question.

Depp, 58, is suing his ex-wife Heard for $50 million, claiming he was defamed by a 2018 Washington Post op-ed in which he called herself a

Depp, 58, is suing his ex-wife Heard for $50 million, claiming he was defamed by a 2018 Washington Post op-ed in which he called herself a “public figure representing domestic abuse.” .

Heard has filed a $100 million countersuit against the

Heard has filed a $100 million countersuit against the “Pirates of the Caribbean” star after his attorney called his allegations a hoax. Each accuses the other of destroying their career.

The seven-member jury must decide whether two passages and the opinion piece’s headline are defamatory. The jury verdict form instructs jurors on how to determine that, including asking whether the statements were about Depp, were false, and had a defamatory implication about him.

Jurors wanted clarification on whether to consider the op-ed’s headline: “I have spoken out against sexual violence and faced the wrath of our culture.” That has to change’ – be false. Or the opinion piece as a whole.

Depp's team gathers inside the Fairfax County Courthouse on Tuesday after being alerted that the jury had raised a question about whether they should consider the headline or the op-ed.

Depp’s team gathers inside the Fairfax County Courthouse on Tuesday after being alerted that the jury had raised a question about whether they should consider the headline or the op-ed.

Judge Penney Azcarate told the Fairfax, Virginia, court that she would instruct jurors to consider the headline and not the op-ed.

Judge Penney Azcarate told the Fairfax, Virginia, court that she would instruct jurors to consider the headline and not the op-ed.

Judge Penney Azcarate told the Fairfax, Virginia, court that she would instruct jurors that they should consider the headline and not the op-ed.

“The statement is the headline and not the entire opinion piece,” Azcarate said.

Because Depp is a public figure, Heard can only be found guilty of defamation if the jury decides that she acted with “actual malice,” meaning that she knew what she had written was false or that she acted with reckless disregard for the law. TRUE.

Heard’s lawyers told the jury that Depp’s defamation claim must fail if Heard suffered even a single incident of abuse.

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