The National Coalition Against Domestic Violence has been criticized by Internet users for its support of Amber Heard.

A sensational defamation lawsuit between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard could end, but supporters of the actor are more than that.

Even after the jury has issued a verdict in the actor’s favor, Depp must face more taunts by Heard’s supporters.

Nevertheless, the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence has been criticized after making recent comments in support of Heard on the Internet.

Here’s everything you need to know.

The National Coalition Against Domestic Violence faces backlash from netizens who supported Amber Heard.

Ruth Glenn, CEO of the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, spoke with TMZ about the recent backlash on social media.

According to the media, the group was blocked by Johnny Depp supporters in every way after making a statement in support of Amber Heard last week.

Glenn mentioned that he was receiving a warm response from netizens.

Some of them said the NCADV did not believe that men could be abused in relationships. Others have actually said that victims of domestic abuse would have an advantage for Depp.

Glenn added that many users continued to attack Heard and described her as a liar or ‘psycho’.

A few users point out the leaders of NCADV and call them pro-Amber.

A statement issued by NCADV read that they were ‘shocked by the verdict’.

In an interview, Glenn admitted that the organization believed the Aquaman actress was the victim of a high-profile libel case, despite the jury’s verdict otherwise stated.

Glenn also said the hateful comments Heard and her supporters were receiving were not justified. She notes that Ray Rice hasn’t been publicly attracted that much since his 2014 infamous domestic violence case.

Ruth Glenn’s Position on Events Affecting the #MeToo Movement

Glenn also made some comments to people saying the incident represents the ‘death’ of #MeToo.

She responded to them by saying that the movement would not face permanent problems.

But she hinted that the verdict could force victims of domestic violence to step forward and talk about the matter.

Nevertheless, not all organizations that have promised to support victims of domestic violence are in the same position as NCADV.

An Italian-based group called Mission NGO voted in favor of supporting actors from Pirates of the Caribbean.

The NGO was headed by former Miss Italy Valeria Altobelli. She showed ‘sympathy’ to Depp while the trial was in full swing.



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