Johnny Depp Won The Trial: Celebrities React To The Johnny Depp, Amber Heard Verdict

Celebrities React To The Johnny Depp, Amber Heard Verdict

the Fairfax County Circuit Court jury in Virginia agreed with Johnny Depp on Wednesday, after two months of testimony, that his ex-wife Amber Heard had definitely slandered him in the past. Johnny Depp was awarded $15 million in damages from Heard after a six-week-long defamation trial in which the ex-lovers made a barrage of bombshell revelations.

For more than two months, the well publicised case dominated the news. While testifying, the ex-couple made a number of alarming revelations about their relationship, including allegations of sexual assault, misplaced fingertip, and even finding poop on the bed.

A number of witnesses testified throughout the trial, some on Amber’s side and some on Johnny Depp’s. Outside of the courtroom, however, the case was closely followed by millions of fans and celebrities alike.

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A-list celebrities have reacted to the unusual case’s conclusion in the same way it has. Johnny’s victory was hailed on by some, while Amber’s defeat was met with sadness by others.

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In a tweet, she stated, “She will need her sisters,” expressing her support for Heard.

Women who desire to live as full human beings should be aware that the status quo’s troops will consider them as a nasty joke, the quote reads.

Ashley Benson, star of ‘Pretty Little Liars,’ congratulated Johnny Depp on his victory. She posted a picture of the actor on Instagram and commented, “Yessss.”


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YES WAGON TELL IT!! was Naomie Campbell’s response to Johnny’s Instagram post.

“Today justice was served. The verdict of the jury delivered a message to the world that abuse has no gender and that facts truly do matter. #TruthWins,” ‘The Boys’ actor Laurie Holden tweeted.

Greg Ellis, from ‘Pirates of the Caribbean,’ commented on Twitter, “Today justice was done. Abuse does not discriminate between men and women; facts matter. Johnny Depp’s flag should be flown at half mast.”

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