Amber Heard criticized Johnny Depp’s TikTok debut video after the trial.

Amber Heard was not impressed with Johnny Depp’s Internet activity.

The Pirates of the Caribbean star created a TikTok account after winning a defamation lawsuit against her ex-wife.

In his first post on June 7th, he wrote, “To my most precious, loyal and unshakable supporters.” “We were together everywhere and witnessed everything. We both walked the same path. Because you were concerned, we worked together to do the right thing. And now we will work together to move forward.”

A spokesperson for Amber Heard has already spoken of Depp’s desire to “move forward” after the trial.

Amber Heard sued for $50 million in defamation over a 2018 Washington Post contribution. A Virginia jury ruled on June 1 that she was liable to her for defamation. Amber Heard described herself as “a public figure representing domestic abuse.” special.

The jury awarded Johnny Depp $10 million in damages.

After 13 hours of deliberation, the jury awarded Depp $10 million in compensatory damages and $5 million in punitive damages. The court reduced it to $350,000, subject to state limits. Heard was awarded $2 million in damages after claiming $100 million in damages against Depp.

Johnny Depp’s first TikTok, posted 6 days after the jury’s decision, showed his feelings after the trial, especially his gratitude to his fans.

“You are my employer, as always, and I have no other words than to thank you again,” he said. “Then thank you very much. JD, you have my love and respect.”

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man Depp also expressed dissatisfaction with the court’s decision on Facebook and Instagram.

On June 1, Depp expressed regret over the court’s decision on his Facebook and Instagram profile.

In part, he said, “False, serious, and criminal charges against me are constantly pouring out through the media. Even though no charges were raised against me. It has already traveled the world twice in nanoseconds and has had a profound impact on my life and career.”

Johnny Depp later clarified that he was filing this lawsuit “to uncover the truth, regardless of the outcome.”

Amber Heard’s attorney, Elaine Bredehoft, claimed in Today, June 2, that her client had “became the devil” in a high-profile trial. “She has a lot of evidence and too much material, so she didn’t come in,” she added.

Regarding Heard’s next steps, Bredehoft said Heard “certainly” plans to appeal the judgment on June 1.

Ankita Khanra


Ankita Khanrah is a sophomore in the Masters Program in Communication and Journalism (Integrated) at the KIIT Deemed University School of Mass Communication in Bhubaneswar.

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