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Amber Heard criticizes Johnny Depp for posting montage on TikTok to thank his fans

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Amber Heard criticizes Johnny Depp for posting montage on TikTok, thanks his fans for their support, declaring that ‘women’s rights are declining’ as a result of his defamation verdict

  • Depp joined TikTok on Tuesday to post a 30-second clip in which he thanked his fans and said: ‘We will all move forward together’
  • The video – his first on the platform – was viewed more than 200,000 times in the first 15 minutes it was online
  • Shortly afterwards, ex-wife Amber Heard released a statement saying: ‘While Johnny Depp says he’s ‘moving forward, women’s rights are declining’
  • Depp was the winner in his blockbuster defamation lawsuit against Heard was devoured on TikTok – with the 58-year-old the undisputed favorite

Amber Heard has been horrified at her ex-husband Johnny Depp crowing about his win in their defamation lawsuit after joining TikTok to thank his fans for their support and proclaim that they were “moving forward.”

The 58-year-old actor posted a video compilation on the platform on Tuesday, where he has already amassed 5.1 million followers, who showed him at the courthouse in front of crowds of fans.

The TikTok also shows clips of him playing guitar onstage with his friend Jeff Beck’s band afterwards.

Depp says, “We all get along together.”

Heard released a statement Tuesday night saying: “While Johnny Depp says he is ‘moving forward’, women’s rights are declining.

“The message of the verdict to victims of domestic violence is … be afraid to stand up and speak out.”

Heard will leave court on June 1 after the jury awarded Depp $15 million in damages. After court deductions and what he owes Heard for defaming her, she has to pay him about $8 million. On Tuesday she condemned her ex-husband’s claim that the world was ‘moving forward’

Depp joined TikTok on Tuesday to thank fans for their support during the trial

Depp joined TikTok on Tuesday to thank fans for their support during the trial

Celebrity: The video got 200,000 views in the first few minutes after it went online

Depp now has 4.1 million on TikTok after signing up Tuesday morning

Depp now has 4.1 million on TikTok after signing up Tuesday morning

Depp had captioned the 30-second video: “To all my most dear, loyal and unwavering supporters. We’ve been everywhere together, we’ve seen everything together. We have walked the same path together.

“We did the right thing together, all because you cared. And now we all move forward together.

“You are, as always, my employers and once again I have become so small that there is no way I can say thank you, except by just saying thank you. So thank you.

‘My love and respect, JD’.

The video was viewed 200,000 times in the first few minutes after it went online.

The trial lasted several months and every minute was devoured by TikTok fans. Depp was the undisputed favorite, dominating hashtags and trends about his ex-wife.

On Tuesday, users welcomed him to the app with open arms.

“JOHNNY’S FIRST TIKTOK!” called out one in the comments section.

“We’re always with you, Johnny!” said another.

Meanwhile, Depp’s star lawyer Camille Vasquez has been promoted from her law firm.

The video has been viewed hundreds of thousands of times in the first ten minutes after uploading

The video has been viewed hundreds of thousands of times in the first ten minutes after uploading

She was a process breakthrough and the subject of countless memes and TikTok videos.

In an announcement, the company said, “Vasquez was a key member of the trial team that won a jury verdict for actor Johnny Depp in his defamation trial of ex-wife Amber Heard on June 1, 2022.”

The company’s CEO said, “Historically, we have reserved this announcement for the end of our fiscal year.

“But Camille’s performance during the Johnny Depp trial proved to the world that she was now ready to take this next step.

“We are incredibly proud of her and look forward to what she will achieve as our newest partner.”

Depp sued Heard for defamation over an op-ed she wrote describing surviving domestic violence.

The jury found that she defamed him by falsely suggesting that he had abused her.

Heard had to pay Depp $8 million after deductions. She has now said she cannot afford to pay.

Heard called the verdict a setback for victims of domestic violence.

She said it just proved how powerful and popular Depp is, and that he abused her during their short marriage.

Depp's star lawyer Camille Vasquez has also been promoted to partner at her law firm

Depp’s star lawyer Camille Vasquez has also been promoted to partner at her law firm

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