Johnny Depp supporters claim Amber Heard ‘posed’ for a photo while crying during her testimony

The highly publicized libel lawsuit of Johnny Depp and Amber Heard has split social media into two opposing camps ready to clash, who believe in the “innocence” of either actor. Court video clips regularly go viral, with many aspects public scrutiny. Now, social media users have alleged that Amber Heard appeared to pose for a photo while crying during her testimony. The allegation, of course, is based on subjective bias and is not supported by any known facts. The opinion should also be viewed with caution as what is seen as Heard striking a pose could have been anything else and even if it is a pose it cannot qualify for convict her in the case.

Previously, a similar conjecture had arisen over whether Johnny Depp had “deliberately” avoided looking at Amber Heard during his testimony. Amber Heard suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder, a psychologist told a Virginia jury on Tuesday in the $50 million Johnny Depp defamation case. lawsuit against the Aquaman star for her 2018 Washington Post opinion piece on domestic violence. Dr. Dawn Hughes claimed that Heard was repeatedly “subjected to sexual abuse” by Depp. Depp, during his recently concluded testimony, said he was a victim of domestic violence. “Sir, if anyone has had a problem with my drinking, at any point in my life, it’s me,” he said. “The only person I’ve abused in my life is myself.”

Johnny Depp’s agent said earlier that the actor was set to receive $22.5 million (Rs 172 crore) to star in the sixth ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ movie, but Disney decided to go ‘in a different direction’. different” after Amber Heard published an op-ed. revive his allegations of domestic violence.

Jack Whigham, who represented Depp at the Creative Artists Agency and later Range Media Partners, said the December 2018 article in The Washington Post had a “catastrophic” impact on Depp’s career, Variety reports.

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