Amber Heard Responds To Supporters Ahead of Seeing Johnny Depp in Court

Amber Heard Responds To Supporters Ahead of Seeing Johnny Depp in Court
Amber Heard Responds To Supporters Ahead of Seeing Johnny Depp in Court
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Amber Heard Responds To Supporters Ahead of Seeing Johnny Depp in Court Amber Heard Amber Heard has shared a message regarding her ongoing legal battle with Johnny Depp Tribun24- Amber Heard fans wished her success. Amber Heard also thanked them in the footnote she shared. Johnny Depp And Amber Heard will soon see each other in court. Johnny Depp And Amber Heard are both offline on social media during the court case. Amber Heard has shared a message regarding her ongoing legal battle with her ex-husband Johnny Depp, thanking her supporters. “I’m going to go offline for the next several weeks. As you may know, I’ll be in Virginia where I face my ex-husband Johnny Depp in court,” Heard wrote. “Johnny is suing me for an op-ed I wrote in the Washington Post, in which I recounted my experience of violence and domestic abuse. I never named him, rather I wrote about the price women pay for speaking against men in power. I continue to pay that price, but hopefully when this case concludes, I can move on and so can Johnny.” “I have always maintained a love for Johnny and it brings me great pain to have to live out the details of our past life together in front of the word,” the post continues. “At this time, I recognize the ongoing support I’ve been fortunate to receive throughout these years, and in these coming weeks I will be leaning on it more than ever.” Depp is pursuing a $50 million defamation lawsuit against Heard. The actress’ plea to dismiss the suit after Depp lost his libel case in the U.K. was denied. The case is set to open Monday in Fairfax County, Va. Depp has launched a legal battle against Heard after the actress penned a Washington Post op-ed in 2018 stating that she is a survivor of domestic abuse. Although Heard did not mention Depp by name in the piece, she accused him of domestic violence after filing for divorce in 2016. In November 2020, Depp lost a U.K. libel case against the publisher of The Sun, a U.K. tabloid that alleged he was a “wife beater” in a 2018 article. The judge ruled that the words were “substantially true.” Heard requested that Depp’s stateside defamation suit against her be dismissed after the U.K. judgement was finalized, since both lawsuits involve allegations of Depp as an abuser. However, the Virginia court ruled that the two cases and statements were “inherently different.” Depp has since argued that Hollywood is “boycotting” him, pointing to the long-delayed release of his biopic “Minamata.” Depp also exited the Warner Bros. franchise “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them,” where he had played the main antagonist role of Gellert Grindelwald across two films. The role has since been recast with Mads Mikkelsen. Johnny Depp Johnny Depp and Amber Heard are going to trial next week -- and the latter says she's unplugging from the world as she heads into court to defend herself against his claims. The actress opened up on social media Saturday, just a couple days before she and her ex-husband are set to face off in front of a judge and a jury in Virginia Monday ... where they'll hash out once and for all if Amber defamed him by suggesting she was a victim of DV. Instagram Media Unavailable AH writes, "I’m going to go offline for the next several weeks. As you may know, I’ll be in Virginia where I face my ex-husband Johnny Depp in court. Johnny is suing me for an op-ed I wrote in the Washington Post, in which I recounted my experience of violence and domestic abuse." She notes she never named him, but discussed the price women pay for speaking against powerful men, adding, "I continue to pay that price, but hopefully when this case concludes, I can move on and so can Johnny. I have always maintained a love for Johnny and it brings me great pain to have to live out the details of our past life together in front of the world." Twitter Tweet Unavailable She finishes ... "At this time, I recognize the ongoing support I've been fortunate to receive through these years, and in these coming weeks I will be leaning on it more than ever." Of course, Amber is referring to this article, where she says, in part ... "[T]wo years ago, I became a public figure representing domestic abuse, and I felt the full force of our culture’s wrath for women who speak out," going on to detail how she felt she'd been blackballed for speaking her truth ... this in the wake of her tumultuous 2-year marriage with Depp. Interestingly enough, JD has also argued he's been blackballed from the industry ... and the proof is kind of in the pudding -- especially as it relates to his 'Fantastic Beasts' recasting. At any rate ... he's looking for a much-needed W here in the States -- his reputation took a major hit after he lost his libel case in the U.K. ... where he was labeled a "wife-beater" by a newspaper there, and which a judge ultimately agreed was "mostly true" after trial. As we've reported ... their witness list is a who's-who of Hollywood, with the likes of Elon Musk, James Franco, Paul Bettany and others who are expected to take the stand. Like we said -- this thing is set to get underway in about 48 hours or so, and it'll be interesting to see where the dust settles when it's all said and done. Amber Heard Responds To Supporters Ahead of Seeing Johnny Depp in Court | Tribun24 Source Variety TMZ

Amber Heard Responds To Supporters Ahead of Seeing Johnny Depp in Court

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