Celebrities Are Unliking Johnny Depp’s Post-Trial Instagram Post After New Court Documents Were Unsealed

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  • Aug 05, 2022

Celebrities Are Unliking Johnny Depp’s Post-Trial Instagram Post After New Court Documents Were Unsealed

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Earlier this week, thousands of pages had already been sealed Court documents from Johnny Depp’s complaint Against Amber Heard was released to the public, and they were terrible. They revealed the master plan by Depp’s legal team to use Heard’s nude photos against him. Confirmation that the photos and audio sent were manipulated by Depp. Notes from the couple’s therapist confirm Heard was a victim of “intimate partner violence.” Messages from Depp and his assistant all but confirm Heard’s claim that he kicked and beat her on a private plane in front of his staff. Depp’s efforts to help Marilyn Manson, another abuser, hide from the police. and more.

All in all, despite Depp’s supporters picking up the costs to unseal the documents, the revelations in these pages hardly paint a flattering picture of a man who Become a national hero For the symbolic defeat of lying and scheming women everywhere. It is not yet clear whether unstamped documents will have a significant cultural impact. But at the very least, it looks like they’ve convinced some of Depp’s previous A-list backers to reconsider their stance, or at least hide their public support.

On Thursday, a viral Twitter thread First, it shared a huge list of celebrities who had initially “liked” and appeared to have un-liked Depp’s Instagram post. Isabelle has since confirmed that the celebrity’s Instagram account was no longer liking the post as of Friday afternoon. They include: supermodel Bella Hadid, game of ThronesSophie Turner, NikkieTutorials makeup influencer Orlando Bloom, Robert Downey Jr., Zoe Deutch, Joey King, Dakota Fanning, Jennifer Coolidge, Jordan Fisher, McKenna Grace, Riley Keogh, and Bruce Campbell.

Amanda Knox, the activist best known for her wrongful conviction in Italy for the 2007 murder of her roommate, also appears to have initially ‘liked’ the post in May. His account will no longer “like” the post as of Friday. Notably, even CUNY, which has previously bragged about how one of its alums worked on Depp’s team. Apologized For the email earlier this week

Other prominent people, according to a Buzzfeed report from May Celebrities who “liked” this post. And it doesn’t seem like he doesn’t like it, including Vanessa.People will die [shrug]Hudgens, Ryan Adams accused of serial abuse, director Taika Waititi, Jennifer Aniston, Gemma Chan, Henry Golding, Zoe Saldana, Halle Bailey, Naomi Campbell, Dominic Feek, Jason Momoa, co-star Heard, and more. And before that, stars like Courtney Love and Kate Moss publicly shared their stories or messages of support that Depp didn’t molest or abuse them. He has been actively kind to them– thereby proving that Heard couldn’t be hurt, because everyone knows that domestic abusers have also abused every woman they’ve ever dealt with. Famous men like Rafik Depp Bethany Bridge– who texted with Depp about “burning Amber” and “cursing her body” – and Fantastic animals Director David Yates They’ve also called Depp a stand-up man and said they’ve never seen him hit a woman, so it certainly wouldn’t have happened.

Two years after Depp publicly accused Depp of abuse, Heard sued Heard for defamation over a 2018 article in which she described herself as a victim of domestic violence. Even before the aforementioned court documents were unsealed, Heard presented extensive evidence of the abuse Depp allegedly inflicted on her during their relationship, from abusive voices and texts to witness accounts of the violence’s toll. allegations against him. He, however, the jury ruled that Heard defamed her ex-husband and must pay him 15 million dollars. An unidentified male juror later continued Good morning America And he punished Herd for him “corcodile tear” Heard and Depp “were both abusive to each other,” he said.

When the verdict was handed down, survivors across the country spoke out Complications The week-long nationally televised trial aggressively perpetuated old myths of victim-blaming and gender myths — including that if a woman reacts or responds to her partner’s abuse, she No longer a victim, but an abuser himself The unsealed documents provide more examples of how much Depp and his team relied on raw misogyny to attack Heard — but that’s not a new revelation in itself. There’s no excuse for anyone — including high-profile celebrities who openly identify as feminists and benefit from this marketing — only now realizing everything that went wrong with the trial. From a more cynical perspective, maybe they haven’t even changed their minds, but feel the tide is turning and their names shouldn’t be attached to his post?

Learning and growth is important. But how many women must be publicly re-traumatized and mocked by millions before enough is finally enough?