Who Is Eve Barlow To Amber Heard
During Amber Heard’s continuing defamation trial with her ex-husband Johnny Depp, her friend and supporter Eve Barlow was barred from entering the courtroom. Barlow was seen with Heard and her team throughout the first three days of the trial, prior to her detention.
According to the Law&Crime Network, Barlow has been barred from attending the rest of the trial because he was caught using a cellphone inside the courtroom.
According to court rules, only members of Depp’s and Heard’s legal teams are allowed to bring personal devices into the courtroom. During the hearing, however, Barlow was observed using her cellphone many times, causing the judge to order her removal.
The prohibition comes nearly a day after Georgina Deuters, Johnny Depp’s witness and long-time friend, was ejected from the stand and had her whole testimony thrown down for viewing the trial online before testifying.
Everything to know about Eve Barlow
Eve Barlow is a music journalist who previously worked for NME magazine (National Music Express). She is said to have grown up in a typical Jewish neighborhood in Giffnock, Glasgow, and now lives in Los Angeles.
Barlow is the daughter of George Barlow, a National Health Service MBE (Member of the Order of the British Empire). She previously credited her father for fostering her interest in the music industry by instilling in her a love for Elvis Presley’s songs and their shared faith.
When she was 17 years old, the journalist graduated from Calderwood Lodge Primary School in Scotland and came to England to study at Manchester University. After three years of law school, Barlow realized she was more interested in literature, philosophy, politics, and current studies.
She then went to University College London to study human rights law. Unfortunately, despite earning her master’s degree amid the 2008 crisis, Barlow had a difficult time finding work.
Barlow returned to her hometown and began writing for the music industry. She had no prior experience in journalism and created her portfolio by working as an intern for a variety of organizations.
She went on to become NME’s deputy editor, but eventually relocated to the United States to work as a freelancer. In an interview with Grazia, Barlow said she sometimes followed in the footsteps of her great-grandfather Gershwin Berelovitch, who eluded the Russian czar and fled to Britain in 1904.
Eve Barlow has covered numerous music stories, features, and interviews. She has over 45K Twitter followers and frequently utilizes her platform to discuss Jewish issues, anti-Semitism, the LGBTQ+ community, feminism, diversity, and other issues.