Amber Heard is looking out ex Johnny Depp following his June 7 TikTok message of gratitude to followers and want to “transfer ahead” following his profitable lawsuit towards her. In his first submit to his greater than 5 million followers, the actor, 58, shared a compilation video of himself waving out of a automobile to his supporters as he traveled to court docket and acting on stage with globally famend guitarist Jeff Beck, 77, who he started touring the UK with as his defamation trial towards Amber, 36, got here to an in depth. Alongside the video, he wrote, “We’ve been in every single place collectively, we’ve seen all the pieces collectively. Now we have walked the identical highway collectively. We did the correct factor collectively, all since you cared.” Trying to the long run, he added, “And now, we’ll all transfer ahead collectively. You’re, as all the time, my employers, and as soon as once more, I’m whittled right down to no method to say thanks, different than simply by saying thanks. So, thanks. My love & respect, JD.”
To all of my most treasured, loyal and unwavering supporters. We’ve been in every single place collectively, we’ve seen all the pieces collectively. Now we have walked the identical highway collectively. We did the correct factor collectively, all since you cared. And now, we’ll all transfer ahead collectively. You’re, as all the time, my employers and as soon as once more I’m whittled right down to no method to say thanks, different than simply by saying thanks. So, thanks. My love & respect, JD
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Simply hours after the video was shared, Amber clapped again at Johnny’s remarks. “As Johnny Depp says he’s ‘shifting ahead,’ ladies’s rights are shifting backward. The decision’s message to victims of home violence is … be afraid to face up and converse out,” her consultant instructed Folks.
Amber echoed the identical sentiment after a Fairfax, Va. jury discovered her responsible of defamation by means of a 2018 op-ed for the Washington Put up, wherein she claimed to be a survivor of home violence. Though she didn’t title Johhny, who she was separated from on the time, her statements of abuse have been regarded as about him. Johnny sued her for $100 million and after a weeks-long trial that started on April 12, he was awarded $10.35 million in damages. Amber was given $2 million as a result of remarks made by The Pirates of the Caribbean star’s lawyer, Adam Waldman, to the Every day Mail in 2016 in response to allegations made by Amber towards Johnny.
“The frustration I really feel immediately is past phrases. I’m heartbroken that the mountain of proof nonetheless was not sufficient to face as much as the disproportionate energy, affect, and sway of my ex-husband,” Amber wrote in a press release shared on-line following the trial’s June 1 conclusion. “I’m much more upset with what this verdict means for different ladies. It’s a setback. It units again the clock to a time when a girl who spoke up and spoke out may very well be publicly shamed and humiliated. It units again the concept violence towards ladies is to be taken critically,” she continued.
— Artist formally generally known as John PB ⚫⚪ (@boywonder012345) June 1, 2022
In the meantime, Johnny celebrated at a tavern in England with Jeff and British musician Sam Fender, 28, after the jury’s favorable verdict for him. He additionally launched a message on social media. “Six years in the past, my life, the lifetime of my youngsters, the lives of these closest to me, and in addition, the lives of the individuals who for a lot of, a few years have supported and believed in me have been endlessly modified. All within the blink of an eye fixed. And 6 years later, the jury gave me my life again. I’m really humbled,” he started in his June 1 submit. He ended it by saying he feels “at peace” now that he was in a position to “reveal the reality” behind the lawsuit.
And although Johnny plans to maneuver on, it won’t be really easy. Amber’s spokesperson, Alafair Corridor, revealed to The New York Instances that she plans to enchantment the decision.
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