The ‘Today’ team is calling out Savannah Guthrie’s connection to Johnny Depp’s lawyer after he was hired as an expert for ‘NBC News’

Savannah Guthrie51, and NBC News is facing criticism for hiring Johnny Depp’s controversial lawyer Camille Vasquez, 38, as a legal investigator months after the Today co-anchor revealed that her husband, Michael Feldman, 54, consulted in the court of libel.

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Savannah Guthrie has called for the hiring of Johnny Depp’s attorney as a legal investigator.

Vasquez accepted her new role at NBC after her lawsuit efforts helped secure a $15 million victory for Depp, 59. “Pirates of the Caribbean” star His ex-wife Amber Heard, 36, was sued for defamation after she wrote a proposal for The Washington Post where she cited the sexual and domestic violence she suffered in her marriage to Depp. After Depp won his defamation lawsuit, Vasquez was promoted to partner at the law firm, Brown Rudnick. Heard later countersued and was awarded $2 million by a jury, which determined that Depp’s former attorney, Adam Waldman, had made defamatory statements about her.

Inside said The Hollywood Reporter NBC saw Vasquez as a top asset, popular because “at least three national news outlets have asked about his acceptance as an analyst or contributor.”

Savannah Guthrie reveals her husband interviewed for Johnny Depp’s legal team

The NBC News co-anchor was criticized for not revealing the relationship between her husband and Depp’s lawyers when she covered the trial — including an interview Guthrie gave with Pay attention’s attorney, Elaine Bredehoft. Guthrie’s husband, Michael Feldman, represented Vasquez and other members of Depp’s legal team. Bredehoft said he felt Depp’s lawyers were trying to “discredit” his business partner.

Guthrie later revealed the relationship with a common reference during an interview with Vasquez and Benjamin Chew, who also worked on Depp’s legal team, “Just a quick note, my wife has done consulting work for Depp’s lawyer, but it’s not related to this interview,” he said before NBC aired the interview. Guthrie also interviewed Heard for NBC and was criticized for its power. According to an article published by The IndependentGuthrie interviewed Today host Guthrie “about being ‘caught in a lie’ about his pledge to donate his $7 million fortune to charity.”

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