Did you think there would be no more news about the feud between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard?

You thought wrong. Last Sunday (31), more than 6,000 pages of documents about the case were released on the Internet by the lawyer and YouTuber

Andrea Burkhart, responsible for covering the entire trial on her channel. The files show the possible arguments of both actors that were dismissed in the case.

According to Heard's lawyers, Depp sought to add personal evidence to the case in an "inappropriate" way.

One such piece of evidence would be intimate photos of the actress. Another would be information that

Heard was an erotic dancer years before she met her ex-husband. In court, the actress' lawyers stated that this was "personal and irrelevant" information.

Depp and Heard's trial began on April 11 of this year and took six weeks to reach a conclusion. 

It all started with an article written by the actress in 2018 for The Washington Post, in which she claims to be

a "public figure who stands for domestic abuse," but without naming her ex-husband. However

Depp sued his ex-wife for defamation, which started the much-troubled and talked-about trial.