Johnny Depp VS Amber Heard Trial Odds 2022

Depp vs Heard Trial Odds: Depp Favored To Cry After Verdict

In one of the most talked-about trials in recent memory, the tumultuous collapse of Hollywood couple Johnny Depp and Amber Heard has been the talk of the media world.

With both Depp and Heard presenting cases alleging various forms of abuse against the other, it’s clear that their relationship was less stable than the Mad Hatter.

Bet On Depp vs Heard

With several moments from the trial going viral online, the general public has been sitting with bated breath to see who will end up winning in court.

With these circumstances and the spotlight being shone on the two Hollywood stars, online sportsbook Sportsbook has released Depp vs Heard odds that are available to be wagered on now. 

This trial has been anything but ordinary and is poised for an explosive finish. So if you want to get in on the drama and speculation of the trial, here are some Johnny Depp vs Amber Heard trial odds for you to bet on.

Johnny Depp vs Amber Heard Trial Odds

Will Johnny Depp Cry After Hearing The Verdict?

Odds as of May 24 at Sportsbook

In a case as sensitive as this, it is common to see defendants get visibly emotional – this even goes for megastars such as Johnny Depp.

With words cutting as deep as a pair of scissors (hands), Depp has been seen crying multiple times throughout the trial and with things starting to come to a close and emotions running high, there is a good chance that he will be unable to control his emotions once again. 

That being said, depending on the jury’s verdict, Depp could be put into a chipper mood if he does walk out of court victorious. With his name cleared and his reputation somewhat restored, tears may not be flowing for Captain Jack Sparrow.

Does Depp Look At Heard?

Will Johnny Depp Look At Amber Heard After The Verdict?

One of the more notable aspects of this case has been Johnny Depp’s reluctance to look his ex-wife Amber Heard in the eyes during the trial, not unlike the Oompa Loompas when a child mysteriously vanishes during a tour of Willy Wonka’s chocolate factory.

This has only resulted in more speculation after Heard called out Depp in court for not looking in her direction during the trial, claiming “he’s guilty otherwise why can’t he look at me.” 

Depp has continued to not look in the direction of Heard and according to oddsmakers, all signs point to this trend continuing after the verdict has been read to the court.

Pick: We recommend betting with the oddsmakers on this one. Depp has shown no signs he’s about to change when it comes to staring down Heard, so bet No (-600) on this wager.

What Will Be The Color Of Heard’s Outfit On Verdict Day?

Color of Heard’s Outfit

Among several other wacky and bizarre instances, outbursts and confusing statements, Amber Heard has also sported a varied selection of outfits in a range of styles and colors during the trial.

With an extensive wardrobe, the question begs to be asked: What color will Heard don on the day of the verdict?

As it stands, a traditional black leads the way as the slight favorite, with a modest gray following closely behind.

Heard has sported blue on other court dates but if you are looking to play the field, perhaps she busts something out from her brief Aquaman tenure, as there is great value in wagering “other” in terms of her outfit color on verdict day. 

Heard and Depp’s trial has been the definition of “colorful” so time will tell if Heard’s outfit will follow suit.

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Take The UNDER On Depp Award

How Much Money Will Depp Be Awarded If He Wins The Trial?
OVER $50M-120
UNDER $50M-120

Beep, beep! That’s the sound of the Brinks truck and it may be coming to unload a hefty amount on Johnny Depp’s doorstep if he is successful in winning this trial, with the OVER/UNDER being set at $50 million.

To put that in perspective, while Depp may be one of the highest-paid actors on the planet, his winnings in court would be more than six times greater than the total gross box-office value of the 2015 flop film “Mortdecai” that starred Depp in the lead role. 

While the value of the potential winnings for Depp is still up in the air, this OVER/UNDER is essentially a pick’em for bettors on this trial, and will be determined based on the jury’s final verdict.

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