The Johnny Depp vs Amber Heard trial continues to be talked about. Started on April 11, this opposition between two international stars of the seventh art seems to be more complex than expected. While Amber Heard had the upper hand compared to; her ex-husband at the start of the trial, things seem to be slowly getting better. can be reversed. Since the beginning of this media battle, many celebrities in the middle have taken a stand for one or the other of the two interested parties.
Çit will soon be two months old that this war has started. Johnny Depp was first dotted of the finger following accusations of moral harassment and physical violence perpetrated by Amber Heard. Except that Johnny Depp reversed the trend and is now seeking $50 million in libel damages. Currently, the trial seems to be bogged down in endless back and forth, and things don't seem to be improving over time.
Except that for the past few weeks, Johnny Depp has received a lot of support, whether fans or artists in the middle of the seventh. ;me art. Fans have even created the hashtag #JusticeForJohnny and signed a petition to have Amber Heard removed from Aquaman 2. The trial proceedings are to continue until May 27. After which the 7 jurors will retire to deliberate.
Eva Green's support
This Thursday, May 19, comedian Eva Green has posted; a photo of Johnny Depp and her on her Instagram account, to show her support for; the star of Pirates of the Caribbean. She accompanied this image of a legend where she expresses her deep support for; Johnny Depp:
I have no doubt that Johnny will grow up, that his kindness will be revealed. e in the world, and that life will be better than ever for him and his family
The cliche; has been taken in 2012 during the premiere of Dark Shadows, the Tim Burton film in which the two actors shared poster. À At the time, she said of her playing partner that he delivered a performance that was as “hilarious as it was fine”. She added that:
Johnny Depp is a very intense person in whom you always feel a lot of jubilation in his playing. ;able to; both as spectator and partner
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