Johnny Depp and Amber Heard’s trial took the whole world by storm and dominated headlines for the past two months. It showed just what kind of person Amber Heard truly is, as she is now public enemy #1. Now their trial notebook could sell for thousand as well.
The trial has now become an important piece of history and any collector will try to get items related to the trial. According to TMZ, one man’s courtroom notes, including details not seen on TV, will be going on auction soon.
Larry Foreman stated that he took a trip from Kentucky to the Fairfax County Courthouse in Virginia to sit in on the trial. He then decides to note down his thoughts and observations.
The notebook has about 20 pages per day, and covers days 23-26 of the trial. The interesting part of the notebook is that it even showed the reaction of the jurors, which was something people around the world couldn’t see.
The current bid is over $14K, but the sale has not been finalized as of yet. Larry decided to donate the highest bid to Children’s Hospital LA. Memorabilia from the trial has a lot of value, as even wristbands from the trial are selling for a lot of money right now.
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