Camille Vasquez, the attorney who saw her fame skyrocket while representing Johnny Depp last year, has scored a legal win for another celebrity client.
Back in September 2022, "Yellowstone" star Q'orianka Kilcher hired Camille and attorney Steve Cook in her workers' compensation insurance fraud case.
Last year, the California Department of Insurance alleged that Q'orianka collected more than $96,000 in disability benefits over the course of two years after she claimed to have been injured on the set of "Dora and the Lost City of Gold."
The actress maintained her innocence from the jump, saying she suffered serious injuries on the set. California, though, insisted that she was filming "Yellowstone" after saying she was in too much pain to work.
On Friday, Feb. 10, TMZ reported that Los Angeles County District Attorney's office dismissed all charges against the former "Pocahontas, The New World" star.
"After the charges were filed, the Workers Compensation Insurance claims adjuster retroactively changed his conclusion regarding her ability to work. We therefore determined that Ms. Kilcher did not commit insurance fraud and advised the court that we were unable to proceed," the county said in a statement.
The "Yellowstone" star told TMZ that she's "beyond grateful" her case was dismissed, and she's indebted to her attorneys for "steadfast belief in my innocence."