Washington: The jury in the harsh slander preliminary between "Privateers of the Caribbean" star Johnny Depp and his ex Amber Heard closed thoughts for the day on Tuesday without arriving at a decision.

The seven-man jury will continue their considerations on Wednesday morning in Fairfax County Circuit Court, close to the US capital. The board met for seven hours on Tuesday and two hours on Friday.

Shutting contentions in the high-profile case were hung on Friday toward the finish of a six-week preliminary highlighting cases and counterclaims of homegrown maltreatment.

The 58-year-old Depp traveled to England over the Memorial Day weekend and made shock appearances at shows by Jeff Beck in Sheffield on Sunday and at Royal Albert Hall in London on Monday.

Depp, a guitarist, has his own band, the Hollywood Vampires, with Alice Cooper and Joe Perry of Aerosmith

Depp documented suit against Heard over a commentary she composed for The Washington Post in December 2018 in which she portrayed herself as a "well known person addressing homegrown maltreatment."

The Texas-conceived Heard, who had a featuring job in "Aquaman," didn't name Depp in the piece, yet he sued her for suggesting he was a homegrown victimizer and is looking for $50 million in harms.

The 36-year-old Heard counter sued for $100 million, asserting that she endured "widespread actual brutality and misuse" at his hands. Dozens of witnesses testified during the trial, including Depp's bodyguards, Hollywood executives, agents, entertainment industry experts, doctors, friends and relatives.

Depp and Heard each gone through days on the testimony box during the broadcast preliminary, which was gone to by many fanatics of the "Privateers" star and joined by a #JusticeForJohnnyDepp crusade via web-based entertainment.

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