Memes flooded the internet about Amber Heard after Johnny Depp wins defamation lawsuit

The jury of Johnny Depp v. Amber Heard reached a verdict after six weeks of evidence, testimony and debate. Depp was declared the winner on almost every count. Heard’s countersuit was not successful, but not entirely.

After the jury found that Amber Heard had defamed him, Depp was awarded $15 million in damages. Heard was awarded $2 million for defamation.

When the verdict came out, the internet exploded. This famous case attracted widespread attention, with millions of people watching every minute of the trial. This is undoubtedly one of the most closely tracked public trials in recent memory. It was difficult to maintain awareness of the trial due to SNS.

When the Johnny Depp v. Amber Heard lawsuit reaches a conclusion, Twitter is flooded with memes.

Johnny Depp had a great legal team by his side. In fact, Camille Vasquez became famous as a result of her significant achievements in court. Her internet liked her because she undoubtedly helped her Depp win.

One fan, on the other hand, seems to believe that there is another famous lawyer on the side of the Pirates of the Caribbean star.

Saul Goodman from Breaking Bad spinoff Better Call Saul is one of the most famous lawyers on television, and other Twitter users have thought the same. His achievements include catching a variety of criminals using unconventional and impressive tactics. Ostensibly it involves going back to the real world and helping Johnny Depp.

Despite her popularity as an actress, $15 million is a huge sum for anyone, including Amber Heard.

Many have seen the parallels between Depp’s rise to fame as Jack Sparrow and Sparrow’s habit of avoiding capture. The legendary statement of Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl has been repeated by some.

In a situation like this, there are plenty of references in popular culture and the Internet has not let us down. Some people were surprised by Depp’s success.

A court-born meme has been revived with amusing results.

Perhaps the victory will be celebrated by everyone.

In the opinion of one Twitter user, there are only a few words that can adequately describe the trial.

For the time being, memes will dominate the internet. With the verdict, the trial officially ended, but Twitter doesn’t sleep. Over the next few weeks, Johnny and Amber will remember the trial every time they post on social media.

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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