Johnny Depp’s Verdict Leaves Amber Heard Heartbroken: She Says, It’s A ‘Setback’ For Women

Heard has made her first public remark since a jury convicted her of defaming her ex-husband, Johnny Depp, earlier this week.

The verdict, according to the actress, 36, is a “setback” for women who have been affected by the #MeToo movement.

“I can’t express how disappointed I am today. “I’m heartbroken that the mountain of evidence was insufficient to overcome my ex-enormous husband’s power, influence, and sway,” Heard said.

“I’m even more dismayed by what this decision signifies for other women,” she concluded, calling it a “setback.”

“It reverts to a time when a woman who spoke up and spoke out was publicly embarrassed and humiliated.” It undermines the notion that women’s violence should be taken seriously.”

“I believe Johnny’s counsel were successful in persuading the jury to overlook the essential issue of Freedom of Speech and to disregard evidence that was so conclusive that we won in the UK,” she continued.

“I’m sorry I didn’t win this case. But I’m even more disappointed that I appear to have lost a privilege that I thought I had as an American: the liberty to speak freely and honestly.”

After nearly two months of deliberation, the infamous trial of the century has finally come to an end. No trial in recent celebrity history has come close to matching this one — a trial of the exes. Everyone has been following, reacting, covering, and speaking out about the trial from all around the world.

Johnny Depp filed a $50 million lawsuit against his ex-wife, Amber Heard, because he wanted to show that his reputation had been tainted by his ex-wife. Amber Heard characterized Johnny Depp as a nasty husband in an op-ed for The Washington Post. She spoke about Johnny Depp’s mental health difficulties and how he maintains a deplorable home atmosphere. During the period that her op-ed went viral, she received a lot of support and praise, while Johnny Depp’s image began to fade.

As a result of the op-ed, Johnny Depp lost major film opportunities, including The Pirates of the Caribbean franchise, which Disney opted to drop him from the future sequel. He expressed his displeasure with Disney’s decision to remove him from the film franchise that he single-handedly made popular through his iconic “Captain Jack Sparrow” persona, saying:

“Captain Jack Sparrow was a character I created from the ground up and was something that I, of course, put a lot of [myself] into because I worked on these films with these people and added a lot of myself, a lot of my own re-writing of the dialogue and scenes and jokes.”

However, Johnny Depp chose to fight a legal battle in order to bring his side of the story to light, revealing a completely different side of Amber Heard to the world. It revealed that Johnny Depp was the one who suffered the most during his marriage, while Amber Heard was the one who caused the most troubles.

The audio recordings and information made public during this trial revealed that Amber Heard was a troubled wife who frequently screamed and yelled at Johnny Depp. Following Johnny’s $50 million lawsuit against Amber, Amber launched a $100 million lawsuit against Johnny, and the world has been watching all of the testimonies and developments over the last two months with bated breath.

Fans of Johnny Depp initiated a petition to have Amber Heard removed from Aquaman 2. The petition gathered over 4 million signatures. People were taking sides and shouting out on social media. A number of celebrities also spoke out about Johnny & Amber, deciding who to support and who to criticize.

“Everything was taken away from me.” Regardless of how the trial goes, I’m going to lose.”

Even if he won, Johnny Depp stated he would lose because of the trail’s influence on his life. He stated:

“I lost when these allegations were made public, and they will haunt me for the rest of my life.” “My life has been ruined for the rest of my life.”

“Because of the claims, I’ll have to live with it for the rest of my life.”

“I lost then regardless of the outcome of this trial since it was such a major, high-profile case.”

Because Johnny Depp has been in the United Kingdom since the trial finished, he was not in court today, but Amber Heard was, dressed in all black. After a three-day trial, the jury has reached a decision: Johnny Depp will receive $15 million in defamation against Amber Heard, while Amber Heard will receive $2 million. The jury agreed that Amber Heard intentionally defamed Johnny Depp with the objective of tarnishing his reputation. In the end, the jury accepted Johnny Depp’s testimony and all of the evidence he presented during the trial.



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