‘He’s a very strong man’: Amber Heard says her op-ed was about Johnny Depp

Johnny Depp’s lawyer Camille Vasquez Amber Heard was brutally questioned again on the podium on Thursday, May 26. “Your lies have been exposed to the world many times?” Vasquez told the “Aquaman” actress. Heard replied, “I haven’t lied about anything.” In an unexpected twist to the story, and perhaps Johnny’s team was waiting for him, Heard appeared to admit on the podium that she had already written her opinion piece on Depp.

“When you told this jury that you punched Mr. Depp because you thought Mr. Depp was pushing Kate Moss down the ladder, why did you not expect Miss Moss to testify that it never happened?” Vasquez Requested. He replied “Wrong, I knew how many people would come out of the woodwork to support Johnny” he heard. “Everyone out there in the 90s and early boys knew that rumor. I’ve heard that rumor from several people. Of course that’s what popped into my head when my violent husband not only swings for me but suddenly swings for my sister of course I thought about it. I wasn’t expecting From her to show up or expect her to come, it doesn’t matter, it didn’t change what I was thinking on the stairs when I thought he was going to kill my sister.” Here, Heard referred to Depp’s ex Kate Moss who testifies that Depp never pushed her down the stairs, which was rumored about the incident.

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he heard He was pressed as to why so many people decided to speak for Depp and support the actor and take the stand to defend him. Heard replied, “I know how many people would come out and say anything to him. That’s his strength. That’s why I wrote this editorial. He’s a very strong man and people love to plead with strong men,” Heard replied.



For starters, Depp and Heard dispute a 2018 opinion piece that Heard wrote for the Washington Post, in which she described herself as a domestic violence survivor. Depp claimed that he was fired from the “Pirates of the Caribbean” franchise because Hurd’s editorial made it clear that he was the abuser. But the article did not mention Depp by name. The actress sued for $50 million and Heard returned $100 million, claiming that Depp ran a defamation campaign for years in an effort to silence her and destroy her career. So far, Heard has not admitted that the opinion piece she wrote was about Depp.

Depp and Heard began dating after meeting on the set of the 2011 movie “The Rum Diary.” They married in Los Angeles in February 2015. In 2016, Heard obtained a restraining order against Depp, accusing him of abuse. However, Depp denied the allegations, saying that her accusations were a “choreographed hoax”. In 2019, the two settled their divorce out of court. At the time, Heard said she had donated $7m (£5.5m) to a charitable settlement, and Depp later accused her of lying about it.

This, ladies and gentlemen, is true malice.

Amber Heard’s admission about the opinion piece has led to social media users praising Vazquez and criticizing Heard once again. One user wrote: “Camel Vasquez just heard about Amber confessing on the platform not once, but twice and then wrote the opinion piece and it was about Johnny. This is a defamation case about this editorial. I heard she failed the job,” one user wrote. “Amber Heard admitted that she wrote an opinion piece on Johnny Depp because of all the support he’s kept getting through the years and to get rid of his ‘power.’ That, ladies and gentlemen, is real malice,” another wrote.





One user wrote: “Amber Heard just admitted that she wrote an opinion piece on Johnny Depp because people still supported him and she couldn’t handle it and wanted to stop it. Wrong and Intent,” another wrote, “No, just no Amber Heard admitted that she wrote an op-ed on Johnny Depp. Johnny, but she admitted that it hurt his “strong” image. “I think Amber Heard admitted that she wrote an op-ed because Johnny was still popular and she had to stop him. Defaming Johnny for malice in testifying. If Camille Vazquez wasn’t an accomplice, you should be very soon,” one user wrote.







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