With the jury continuing its deliberations in the Johnny Depp v. Amber Heard defamation trial on Tuesday, supporters for both Depp and Heard are waiting to see which side will prevail in the high-profile trial and what monetary award, if any, the jury will decide on.

Depp sued his ex-wife Heard for $50 million for defaming him in an op-ed she wrote in 2018 for The Washington Post, in which she alleged—without naming Depp—that she was a victim of domestic and sexual abuse.

Heard countersued Depp for $100 million for nuisance, claims that are now being deliberated by the seven-person civil jury.

During the six-week trial in Fairfax, Virginia, countless testimonies were heard from both Depp and Heard, as well as other witnesses, and experts, as well as abuse accusations from both parties.

The court has heard audio recordings of the couple's volatile arguments, graphic details of Depp's severed finger injury and Heard's alleged bruising, among other key moments.

It is unknown how long the jury's deliberation will last, and there could be several different outcomes once it reaches a verdict.

First, the jury could rule completely in Depp's favor, meaning Depp would be awarded the entire $50 million he sought in his lawsuit.

Or the jury could rule in favor of Heard, which could result in Depp having to pay $100 million in damages.