Celebrities Unlike Depp’s Instagram Post After Docs Unsealed
The case of Johnny Depp against Amber Heard was one of the most talked about news of 2022. The trial quickly became a sensation on social media, with a flurry of TikTok accounts and posts on multiple platforms supporting Depp and calling him Depp’s victim. domestic abuse while simultaneously portraying Amber as a vindictive liar intent on destroying her ex-husband’s career.
Johnny Depp has won a defamation lawsuit against Heard, a decision the actor’s lawyers said was heavily influenced by the “dark” social media narratives that largely favored Depp.
Following his victory, Depp embarked on a music tour, and a host of celebrities came out in support of the actor, liking his social media posts after the dust cleared from court. However, recently unsealed court documents have revealed information the public did not know about the nature of Heard and Depp’s approaches to the trial, and as a result, many public figures. They have started to “reclaim” their likes in court. Depp’s posts
Twitter user Kamilla (@k4mil1a) is one of several social media users to highlight this fact. In a series of tweets, Camila pointed to sources where people are collecting the names of celebrities who have liked Depp’s Instagram posts, such as this Reddit list.
According to the new documents, Camilla claims that a number of celebrities, including Elle Fanning, Bella Hadid, Orlando Bloom, Robert Downey Jr., Nicki Minaj, Zoe Deutch, Sophie Turner and Joey King, did not like Depp’s celebratory Instagram post. In a follow-up comment, she also mentions that Jennifer Coolidge, Britney Brusky, Amanda Knox, Jordan Fisher, Sam Fender, Christina Hendricks, McKenna Grace, Riley Keogh, and Bruce Campbell liked the post.
Conversely, Camilla also mentions Sarah Paulson, Amanda Seyfried, John Legend, Edward Norton, Lena Headey, Phoebe Bridgers, Emily Ratajkowski, FKA Branch, Mia Farrow, Christina Ricci, Melissa Benoist, Julia Fox, Natalie Emmanuel, Phil Linds. have interacted with posts in support of Amber Heard on social media.
Vanity Fair reported that Judge Penny Ozcart “did not allow” the unsealed documents to be admitted into court because she ruled that they were directly related to a 2018 Washington Post article written by Heard, which Depp’s attorney claims directly targets It has been, they are not related. This actor was practically blacklisted in Hollywood. One such prominent role that Depp reportedly lost as a result of the “hit piece” was Grindelwald in the Fantastic Beasts franchise, which led to him being replaced by Mads Mikkelsen.
Azkart asked that the documents be released and made public after Depp and Heard’s trial. “Court records are public information.”
The documents show that Heard’s lawyer was prevented from including anecdotes about Depp’s violent and drunken behavior on the set of the fifth “Pirates of the Caribbean” film, which led to “no love” between Johnny and Disney. According to the documents, studio executives told Depp’s previous agent Tracy Jacobs: “What was wrong with your client? [Johnny]In response to a television interview in which Depp appeared apparently drunk and stoned to the point of hostility.
This was not the only reason for concern among unstamped documents. Depp’s legal team reportedly objected to the inclusion of text messages with Marilyn Manson, who lamented the troubles of his now-wife Lindsey Osich, whom he referred to as “Amber 2.0.” The musician texted Depp, saying: “Lindsay just drew an amber on me… please delete.” According to the documents, Depp replied to the text: “I’ve been reading a lot about it and the sociopathic behavior… This is so true bro!!! My ex-aunt is a textbook from God!!!”
However, it seems that Depp’s attempt to embarrass Heard in court is something that has particularly angered social media denizens. (2) Amber Heard’s sister Whitney’s reality show video. (3) Whitney and Amber’s past romantic relationships. (4) Amber’s brief stint as an exotic dancer years before she met Mr. Depp and Mr. Depp trying to vainly and maliciously insinuate that Ms. Heard was once an escort.
It is important to note that prior to the Virginia court case between Heard and Depp, Depp was in court in the United Kingdom against the British publication The Sun, which published a story that described Depp as a “wife beater.” In that case, text messages between Depp’s former assistant Stephen Dieters were used, along with messages Depp had sent to Amber. These texts were not admissible in a US court.
The messages appear to confirm that Depp has acknowledged and expressed remorse for allegedly kicking Heard on a private jet. “If anyone was really honest with him about how bad he really is, he would be horrified,” Dieters wrote to Heard. “I’m sorry he has no better way of knowing the severity of his actions yesterday,” she continued. Unfortunately for me, I remember them completely, in great detail, everything that happened. “He was stunned, he kicked, he cried when I told him.”
Depp reportedly texted Heard after the incident: “Once again I find myself in a place of shame and regret. Of course I’m sorry…I won’t do it again…my illness kind of creeped up and got me…I feel bad for letting you down.
A major point of contention among social media users during Depp v. Heard’s trial was that the actress had doctored photos of herself or put makeup on her face to make it look like she was the victim of abuse, prompting the allegations. And there will be many criticisms in social media. Hurd’s lawyer’s attempt to present false documents. However, the unsealed documents also show that Heard’s legal team has accused Depp of the same thing, and metadata from the files prove that the photos and audio files were redacted days before the case. are The redacted versions of these files were the only versions that were finally provided by Depp’s counsel.
Amber Heard is appealing Judge Ozcart’s ruling on the court when she sold her Yucca home for $1,050,000. The actor’s attorney, Elaine Bredaft, says her client is unable to pay the $10.35 million the court has ordered her to pay Depp.