Johnny Depp and his ex-wife named Amber Heard are in-the-middle of a law suit for domestic abuse

You may remember Johnny Depp as the wild and crazy actor in the Pirates of the Carribbean movies. He played the character who is named Jack Sparrow.

Amber Heard is Johnny Depp’s ex-wife. Amber Heard, 36, and Johnny Depp, 58, are in the center of a law suit. Amber Heard says that Johnny Depp was abusive to her when the two were together.

Amber says that Johnny Depp first abused her when to two were spending time together doing drugs. Johnny Depp slapped Amber that day.

“He slapped me across the face,” said Heard during the two’s trial. “I didn’t know what to do. I thought this must be a joke because I didn’t know what was going on.”

“You think you’re a funny bitch?” questioned Johnny Depp after the slap.

Amber remembers that the two fought and yelled at one another after she was slapped. Johnny Depp held Amber down on the ground and screamed at her. It was a truly frightening situation.

Amber says that it was difficult to escape Johnny Depp after he slapped her.

“As a woman, I had never been hit like that before,” said Amber. She said that the situation is something that she “will never forget.”

Amber mentioned many other cases when she was abused by her ex-husband during the two’s trial.

Amber Heard is an actress. She has been in movies like Magic Mike XXL, The Danish Girl, Justice League, and Aquaman. She plays the character named “Mera” in the Aquaman movie.

There is a sequel to the Aquaman movie in the works. The movie is named Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom. Amber reprises her role as “Mera” in the new movie.

Amber and Johnny Depp were in a relationship from the years of 2015 to 2017.

7 thoughts on “Johnny Depp and his ex-wife named Amber Heard are in-the-middle of a law suit for domestic abuse”

  1. The Industry does not seem like the place that we all think that it is. News about domestic abuse in the Industry is always around. First, there was the Britney Spears conservatorship case. Then, Marilyn Manson is accused of abusing Evan Rachel Wood. And, now, this.


  2. I used to love the Pirates of the Caribbean movie. I won’t be watching them again. I do not want to support a man who would do something like that to a woman.


  3. I believe there remains a societal mentality, albeit perhaps subconscious: Men can take care of themselves, and boys are basically little men. … In the case of sexual abuse/assault, for example, I’ve noticed over many years of news-media consumption that when the victims are girls their gender is readily reported as such; however, when they’re boys, they’re usually referred to gender-neutrally as children. It’s as though, as a news product made to sell the best, the child victims being female is somehow more shocking than if male.

    Also, I’ve heard and read news-media references to a 19-year-old female victim as a ‘girl’, while (in an unrelated case) a 17-year-old male perpetrator was described as a ‘man’. Could it be that this is revelatory of an already present gender bias held by the general news consumership, since news-media tend to sell us what we want or are willing to consume thus buy?

    It could be the same mentality that might help explain why the book Childhood Disrupted was only able to include one man among its six interviewed adult subjects, there presumably being such a small pool of ACE-traumatized men willing to formally tell his own story of childhood abuse. It could be yet more evidence of a continuing subtle societal take-it-like-a-man mindset; one in which so many men, even with anonymity, would prefer not to ‘complain’ to some stranger/author about his torturous childhood, as that is what ‘real men’ do. …

    Could it be that this glaring omission is still considered politically acceptable within general society and mainstream media (i.e. news, social and entertainment)? [Note: I tried multiple times contacting the book’s author via internet websites in regards to this non-addressed florescent elephant in the room, but I received no response.]


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