Johnny Depp’s Lawyer Camille Vasquez Has a New Celebrity Client

It wasn’t just the courtroom prowess of Camille Vasquez which caught people’s attention. Throughout the trial, romance rumors flourished as many believed the chemistry between Vasquez Y Depp it showed that their relationship was more than professional.

However, the lawyer denied the gossip and told People that he was simply his friend and client. “I guess she comes with the territory of being a woman who just does her job,” she mused. She also told the outlet that she didn’t like her professionalism being questioned, saying, “It’s disappointing to hear that.”

However, in the end, she didn’t let the rumors faze her. In fact, Vasquez kept praising Depp no shame The couple’s professional relationship continued when Depp hired Vazquez to represent him again, this time in a personal injury lawsuit that went to trial in July.

Vazquez also reaped the benefits of his own career after his big win for Depp: She was promoted to partner at her law firm, Brown Rudnick LLP. the same Rudnick raved about her in a press release, saying, “The performance of Camille during the trial of Johnny Depp She showed the world that she was ready to take the next step now.”

As it turns out, this step includes staying in the spotlight and taking on his latest celebrity client.

Camille Vasquez’s new celebrity client

Camille Vasquez has landed his next high-profile client, and according to TMZ, it’s another well-known actor in trouble: Q’orianka Kilcher.

Kilcher, best known for her role in “Yellowstone,” has been accused of two felony workers’ compensation insurance fraud; Vasquez and fellow Brown Rudnick LLP attorney Steve Cook plan to defend her. As confirmed by the outlet, the couple will represent the actor, who, according to a press release from the California Department of Insurance issued on July 11, claimed $96,838 in disability benefits to which he was not entitled.

According to the department’s investigation, the actress he injured his neck and right shoulder in October 2018, sought treatment, then suddenly stopped. However, in October 2019, he reportedly approached a doctor to tell him that he had not been able to work in a year due to his pain. the medical professional awarded him disability benefits, which the department believes he did not deserve because he worked.

Despite what he allegedly told the doctor, Kilcher filmed “Yellowstone” from July 2019 to October 2019.

She pleaded not guilty on May 27. In the meantime, Vasquez Y Rudnick they told TMZ: “We are determined to defend Ms. Kilcher in this important case examining the inherent flaws in the disability compensation system.” They added that “Ms. Kilcher She is a pioneering and highly respected actress in Hollywood and we intend to clear her name.”