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Depp presented with flowers on arrival at court

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Depp presented with flowers on arrival at court

Depp presented with flowers on arrival at court

Johnny Depp has been presented with a bouquet of flowers as he arrived at the Royal Courts of Justice in central London where his libel action against News Group Newspapers continues.

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