In 2017, Amber Heard and her ex-husband, Johnny Depp parted ways. In the course of the divorce, the Aquaman star accused Johnny Depp of Abuse and in the heat of accusations, the actor was subjected to “cancellation” by fans and even by the industry to the point of being dropped from the Pirates of the Caribbean films in 2018.
Depp sued her in turn for defamation alleging that in fact, she was the abuser. Although, that did not make a lot of conviction to many.
In a recent release of an audio conversation between Heard and Depp, she admits to being physical with him and to having an uncontrollable temper backing up Depp’s accusations of her being the abuser. Many videos and pictures have also surfaced of Depp looking depressed, battered and injured and also having to make up stories about his injuries. An eye witness also gave a report of seeing Heard being physical on Depp one time at a parking lot.
With such new evidence, social media is at rage and many have begun the hashtag, #Justiceforjohnnydepp. The question, however, is why is it taking long for Hollywood to serve the same treatment served to Depp when the world saw him as the abuser?
There has been news as to the Aquaman star getting queried or “cancelled” by any producers. Although fans have claimed to boycott any forthcoming movies of hers even any future Aquaman films, the industry is yet to speak o the matter. It is rather prejudicial. We know facts cannot be asserted without being proven but in the light of this new evidence, it will be only right for Heard to get the same treatment her ex suffered previously until any contrary is proven.
Check out excerpts from the audiotapes below:
In the recording, Depp and Heard debate an incident in which she allegedly punched and injured him.
“After you got f—ing physically violent with me… I texted Travis and I said: ‘Come up here,’” Depp says in the recording.
“I know! Come and save me,” Heard says, mocking Depp. “Continue… Travis to the rescue.”
“Come what? Save me? That was the last one,” Depp says. “You can go.”
At another point in the conversation, Depp says: “I told you to tell Travis that you punched me in the f—ing face, and you said, ‘No, I didn’t, what the f–k are you talking about?”
“I didn’t punch you, by the way,” Heard interjects. “I’m sorry that I didn’t hit you across the face in a proper slap but I was hitting you. It was not punching you.
“Babe, you’re not punched … I don’t know what the motion of my actual hand was, but you’re fine. I did not hurt you, I did not punch you; I was hitting you.”
“Don’t tell me what it feels like to be punched when you f—ing have a closed fist…” the Pirates of the Caribbean actor says.
“You didn’t get punched. You got hit. I’m sorry I hit you like this but I didn’t punch you. You didn’t get f—ing decked. I f—ing was hitting you,” Heard tells Depp.
“You’re a f—ing baby. You’re such a baby,” Heard says.
TW: Abuse Survivors.
Here's the audio where Amber Heard mocks Johnny Depp for calling for help while she was abusing him, she then loses her temper and fully admits to abusing him but proceeds to shame him again.
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Is the industry being sexist and unfair at this point or only being cautious?
Listen to the audio and share with us what you think!
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