Johnny Depp and Amber Heard fought a six-week legal battle in Fairfax County Court in Virginia, USA, which ended with a favorable outcome for the

"Pirates of the Caribbean" actor over the "Aquaman" actress. However, since the verdict, the artist's team 

claimed that she could not afford to pay the $8 million (the penalty was $15 million, but reduced to $10 million.

because of limits set by local law, and then deducting the $2 million Depp should pay her for defamation)

Because of this, Heard's lawyers soon filed a lawsuit asking for a mistrial based on several factors, one being 

that one of the seven jurors was not actually the person summoned for jury service in April, as the list included

someone who "would have been 77 years old at the time," but the participating juror was a 52-year-old man with the same name who lived in the same residence.

"As the Court no doubt agrees, it is deeply troubling for an individual not summoned for jury service to 

nevertheless appear for jury duty and serve on a jury, especially in a case such as this," the actress' professionals stated.