Johnny Depp joined TikTok and released a thank you video to his fans - Amber Heard reacts sternly
Actress Amber Heard comments on her ex-husband Johnny Depp’s TikTok video “moving forward”.
ACTOR Johnny Depp joined the social media service TikTok on Tuesday, June 7, and gained nearly four million followers a day.
Depp released its first video for the service on Wednesday, June 8th. In the video, Depp appears performing at various gigs with rock star Jeff Beck. Occasionally, Depp flashes in a video in the car blinking at his cheering fans, who encouraged Depp in his lawsuit against ex-wife Amber Heard.
Johnny Depp has spent his time in the UK following a lawsuit, including touring with rock star Jeff Beck.
Depp has written a long thank you message to his followers and fans in the caption of the video.
- To all my valuable, loyal, and unwavering supporters. We’ve been everywhere together and seen it all together. We have walked the same path together. We did the right thing together because you cared, Depp starts.
- Now we move on together. You are my employer. I cannot thank you other than by thanking you. So thank you. With love and respect, JD, Depp ends the text.
By Thursday night, the video had garnered a whopping 8.1 million likes and more than 350,000 comments.
The comments are almost inevitably positive and encouraging.
- We love you, many repeats.
- As a survivor of intimate partner violence, I want to thank you for your strength in talking about it. You are well-loved. Continue your success. Hugs to you and your family, one commented.
According to People and Mirror, ex-wife Amber Heard also reacted to Depp's video.
HEARD shared his views on the video through his representative.
- While Johnny Depp says he is moving forward, women's rights are moving backward. The verdict's message to victims of intimate partner violence is to be afraid to come forward and talk about it, says Heard's spokesman, according to People and Mirror.
Amber Heard was disappointed with the court's decision.
HEARD was sentenced in court to pay Depp $ 15 million in damages for defamation. The final amount of compensation is approximately $ 10.4 million, or approximately EUR 9.7 million, as the compensation amount was calculated to be the maximum amount required by state law.
Depp was also sentenced to pay Heard $ 2 million in compensation for defamation. It did not include punitive damages.
Heard said immediately after the court's decision that he was disappointed with the verdict.
"The disappointment I feel today is indescribable," Heard said freshly.
- I am disappointed with what this judgment means for other women. It's a setback. It moves the clock back to a time when a woman who spoke and spoke could be publicly disgraced and humiliated. It refutes the idea that violence against women must be taken seriously.
Heard’s attorney, Elaine Bredehoft, said earlier that Heard is “definitely” going to appeal the sentence.
Bredehoft said in an interview with NBC that the attention the social media received for the lawsuit was skewed and influenced the verdict. According to Bredehoft, the courtroom turned into a “zoo”.