Wristbands from Johnny Depp and Amber Heard Trial could fetch thousands online

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According to the, wristbands that were given to people who attended the Johnny Depp and Amber Heard defamation trials in Fairfax, Virginia are selling for big bucks online at places like eBay. New York Post.

The wristbands, which come in various colors like white, blue and orange, are fetching between $70 to nearly $5,000 on sites as people clammer to get their hands on an item from the year’s most talked0-about trial, according to the New York Post.

Orange wristbands on sale “lesser” value within the $500 range, while the blue bands are the coveted item, according to reports.

Every disposable wristband has a date stamped on it. The Independent.

“This is a piece of celebrity culture history,”One seller wrote on eBay. “The wristband has been cut so I could remove it from my wrist, you cannot reattach it without using glue or tape; but I figure this would be better framed.”

The particular seller is asking $4,999 as the starting bid for his blue, trial-day 20 wristband. The item currently has no bids.

A listing starts at $500. That’s less than a Coachella Weekend wristband, according to Metro.

A white wristband costs $61.50 at the moment eBay, with six bids and 16 watchers as of press time

During the six-week-long trial, Depp sought $50 million in damages and was awarded $15 million, while Heard got $2 million in her countersuit, from the $100 million she was seeking, according to Metro.

Following the verdict, Depp has been seen in England on tour with Rock & Roll Hall of Fame guitarist Jeff Beck. Depp issued an online statement thanking his fans for their support.

Amber Heard’s lawyer says she will “absolutely”Appeal the verdict. Johnny Depp’s triumph in court has raised concerns that it could have a chilling impact on domestic abuse victims.

Elaine Bredehoft is Heard’s lawyer and says her client can’t pay Depp the amount she owes.

Inside Edition met Bredehoft in New York for this week’s interview.

“[Amber] is heartbroken. One of the first things she did when she came back in the conference room, she said, ‘I am so sorry for every woman out there that has gone through any of this,’”Bredehoft stated.