Johnny Depp has exposed Amber Heard as a domestic abuser. Johnny Depp’s $50 million lawsuit details numerous incidences of domestic abuse by his (then) wife Amber Heard, including one event in which she hit him twice in the face and another in which she fractured his finger with a vodka bottle, necessitating surgical reattachment. He’ll be scarred for the rest of his life because of it.
Amber Heard was also arrested in 2009 for abusing Tasya Van Ree, a former domestic partner, establishing a pattern of abuse by Amber Heard.
Heard has been systematically crusading to harm Johnny Depp’s career in Hollywood since their divorce, repeating several allegations of fabricated instances in which she had genuinely abused Johnny Depp but lied and created bogus accounts of him being the abuser. Heard provided a bogus account about cutting off Johnny Depp’s finger, dipping it in paint, and scrawling obscenities all over the walls during the incident during which she smashed the bones in his finger and nearly severed it, prompting Depp to require surgery to reconnect and heal it.
Similarly, Heard fabricates stories about Johnny Depp punching her in the face when she had already punched him. Despite the fact that no marks on her face were visible in the hours and days after she claims Johnny Depp assaulted her, she came in court six (6) days later with bruises on her face, requesting a temporary restraining order, which was granted. Heard’s photos from the next day show her with her complete face, no makeup, and no bruises.
Warner Brothers and DC Entertainment should and must withdraw Amber Heard from their Aquaman 2 film production since she is a known and documented domestic abuser. They must neither overlook Heard’s victims’ pain, nor should they glorify a domestic abuser.
Men, like women, are victims of domestic violence. This needs to be acknowledged, and steps made to prevent a known abuser from being rewarded in the entertainment sector.
Andy Vermaut shares:Petition to fire Amber Heard from ‘Aquaman 2’ reaches two million signatures: It comes as Johnny Depp and Heard's trial in the US continues
— Andy Vermaut (@AndyVermaut) April 28, 2022
Make the proper decision. Amber Heard should be removed from Aquaman 2.
“Since Heard’s divorce from Johnny Depp, she has actively crusaded to discredit Depp in Hollywood,” the petition claims. According to the petition, Heard lied about her allegations against Depp and is a “known and documented domestic abuser.”
The petition goes on: “Men, like women, are victims of domestic violence. This needs to be acknowledged, and steps made to prevent a known abuser from being rewarded in the entertainment sector. Make the proper decision. Amber Heard should be removed from Aquaman 2.”
Depp had sued the UK newspaper and its editor, Dan Wootton, for using the term “wife beater,” alleging that Depp had physically harmed Heard throughout their relationship. Judge Andrew Nicol found that there was enough evidence to allow The Sun to use the phrase, notwithstanding Depp’s denials.
Depp posted on Instagram that the judgement was “surreal” and that Warner Bros. had asked him to resign from his part as Gellert Grindelwald in “Fantastic Beasts.”
Depp consented to the request and was replaced with Mads Mikkelsen, but vowed to “fight to convey the truth.” However, the actor was dealt another setback when his appeal was dismissed. Depp counters that Heard was the one who abused him, despite the fact that she denies these claims as well.
Heard, on the other hand, has previously stated that she will reprise her role as Mera in the sequel to “Aquaman.” “I’m very pleased about the amount of fan love and admiration that ‘Aquaman’ has earned, and that it has gathered so much interest for Aquaman and Mera that it means we’ll be coming back,” Heard said in a statement to Entertainment Weekly.