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Johnny Depp is suing The Sun for libel. Here's what Amber Heard has to do with it and why it's impossible to look away from the court hearings (spoiler: the level of absurdity is unthinkable). On July 7, a lawsuit began in London between Johnny Depp and News Group Newspapers, which includes the tabloid The Sun. The reason for the lawsuit in 2018 was the text that Depp used physical and psychological violence against his wife, Amber Heard. The actors divorced in 2017. The first allegations flew to Depp a year earlier, along with a divorce petition and a demand for maintenance payments. In August 2016, the couple signed an agreement in which Amber drops the domestic violence charges and Johnny pays her $7 million. It seemed like we could strike a deal and part ways, but no. Amber began actively speaking out against domestic violence and wrote a column for The Washington Post in December 2019 as an ambassador Johnny Depp Amber Heard for the American Civil Liberties Union, in which she admitted to being abused since she was a teenager and felt pressure to break her silence. Johnny, discerning defamatory information in his ex-spouse's text, filed a $50 million libel suit against Heard in March 2019. The actor claimed that if anyone in their couple had dissolved their hands, it wasn't him, and provided photos of himself with bruises as proof.
Welcome to the Animal Behavior and Enrichment section of the Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies! We are pleased to provide you with the most current behavioral information related to pets, farm and zoo animals, marine mammals, animals in shelters and rescue, assistance animals, detection dogs, and wildlife. Information is also provided related to settings where animal behavior is studied from ‘a’ through ‘z’, aquaria to zoos. Our extensive resource lists can guide you to articles, videos and training materials, model programs, and other web pages. We hope you’ll find the resources useful and that you’ll tell your colleagues.