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Johnny Depp won ‘trial by TikTok’ as fans rejoice on social media

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Fans of Johnny Depp took to social media in an outpouring of joy after the Pirates of the Caribbean star won his lawsuit against Amber Heard when it was revealed that he had also beaten his wife on social media.

Fans said “justice was served” and that Depp could build his career and get his “name and reputation back”, while others joked that it was “the day Amber Heard will always remember as the day she almost killed Captain Jack.” Sparrow caught’ .

Meanwhile, TikToks emerged with the hashtag #JusticeforJohnny and other similar variations were viewed more than 19.8 billion times, while #JusticeforAmberHeard videos were viewed just 81 million.

The Pirates of the Caribbean star received overwhelming support on social media platforms, including Twitter and TikTok, while Amber Heard was vilified.

Popular TikToks include Heard who claimed Depp had a ‘jar’ of cocaine, to which the Jack Sparrow actor joked to his lawyer, ‘A jar? A pot of dirt?’, referring to the Pirates of the Caribbean movie.

Other videos that have been viewed millions of times include montages of footage of Depp and his attorney Camille Vasquez allegedly flirting and getting intimate in court.

Another popular video is a conspiracy theory that Heard’s own attorney Elaine Charlson Bredhoft is a fan of Johnny Depp after someone who looked like her was spotted at a movie premiere for the 58-year-old.

Fans were quick to joke that they would be drinking “mega pints” to celebrate the win for Depp, adding that they hoped the star would too.

It was a reference to a moment in the trial when Heard Depp’s lawyer asked if he’d had a “mega pint of red wine” before allegedly destroying his kitchen.

Depp said he poured himself a “large glass of wine” because he “thought it was necessary.”

One fan said, “Hope Johnny Depp is knee deep in megapints.”

Meanwhile, Twitter user John added: MEGAPINTS will be drunk tonight to celebrate.”

Although Heard claimed the outcome was a “setback” for women who were victims of domestic violence, social media users further ridiculed her.

Many said this was not a “setback” because it was only Heard that they didn’t believe.

Others scoffed at Amber Heard’s “tears” after the jury rejected her claims.

Depp is seen with a fan in Newcastle, England as the trial closed on Wednesday

TikToks with the hashtag #JusticeforJohnny and other similar variations were viewed more than 19.8 billion times, while #JusticeforAmberHeard videos were viewed only 81 million times.  Pictured: Amber Heard leaves Fairfax County Circuit Courthouse after jury announced verdict

TikToks with the hashtag #JusticeforJohnny and other similar variations were viewed more than 19.8 billion times, while #JusticeforAmberHeard videos were viewed only 81 million times. Pictured: Amber Heard leaves Fairfax County Circuit Courthouse after jury announced verdict

Fans of Johnny Depp burst into celebration after a jury awarded him $15 million in damages from his ex-wife Amber Heard at the conclusion of their defamation trial.

The jury said Heard and Depp defamed each other, but she defamed him more.

Though Depp was found guilty on some counts and had to pay Heard $2 million in damages, it was a clear courtroom victory for the Captain Jack Sparrow actor.

The actor was awarded $10 million in damages and $5 million in damages.

Heard won just one of her three counterclaims, which involved statements from Depp’s attorney suggesting that she and friends vandalized their apartment before calling the police.

She was awarded $2 million in compensatory damages of the $100 million she claimed in her counterclaim against her ex-husband and received zero dollars in punitive damages.

The judge later reduced Depp’s damages from $5 million to Virginia’s maximum of $350,000, bringing Depp’s total down to $10,350,000 — minus the $2 million he had to pay Heard.

Depp walks away from the case with $8.35 million.

Social media went wild for Johnny Depp after victory in court against ex-wife Amber Heard

Social media went wild for Johnny Depp after victory in court against ex-wife Amber Heard

Another said: ‘I was a DV [domestic violence] Victim. As a man I thought no one would believe me. I was too ashamed of what anyone would think. I decided to keep it to myself.

“This community has helped me break through. Made me realize that DV has no gender. Today we celebrate.

#jonnydepp he spoke the truth. Thank you.’

As Heard left the courthouse dejected, Depp partied in a pub in Newcastle, UK, with his tour buddy Jeff Beck and British singer Sam Fender.

The hashtag #TruthWins also started trending after Depp won the case.

After the verdict, Heard said: “The disappointment I feel today is indescribable. I’m devastated that the mountain of evidence still wasn’t enough to withstand my ex-husband’s disproportionate power, influence and power.

“I am even more disappointed with what this verdict means for other women. It’s a setback. It sets the clock back to a time when a woman who spoke out and spoke out could be publicly shamed and humiliated.

Depp was seen holding the hand of fans in the UK on Wednesday as the verdict was reached on Wednesday

Depp was seen holding the hand of fans in the UK on Wednesday as the verdict was reached on Wednesday

Depp was seen holding the hand of fans in the UK on Wednesday as the verdict was reached on Wednesday

Depp was seen on Wednesday with British singer Sam Fender (yellow) sitting next to Beck in a pub

Depp was seen on Wednesday with British singer Sam Fender (yellow) sitting next to Beck in a pub

“It sets back the idea that violence against women should be taken seriously.

“I believe Johnny’s lawyers have managed to get the jury to overlook the key issue of free speech and ignore evidence so compelling that we won in the UK.

“I’m sorry I lost this case. But sadder still, I seem to have lost the right I thought I had as an American—to speak freely and openly.’

meanwhile, meAfter Wednesday’s ruling, Depp said: “Six years ago, my life, the lives of my children, the lives of those closest to me, as well as the lives of the people who for many, many years have supported and believed in me were changed forever.

“And six years later, the jury gave me my life back. I’m really humiliated.’

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