Sona Mohapatra calls Amber Heard a “selfish woman,” while Disha Patani celebrates Johnny Depp’s legal victory
Johnny Depp beat his ex-wife Amber Heard in a high-profile defamation case on Wednesday. Following his victory, social media has been flooded with congratulations, with fans using the hashtags #TruthWins, #HeWon, and #JusticeForJohnnyDepp on Twitter. Many celebrities, including Disha Patani, Sophie Choudry, Sona Mohapatra, and others, congratulated him on his victory on social media.
Disha Patani expressed her support by posting a photo of Johnny’s character Jack Sparrow from the film Pirates of the Caribbean with the caption, “No one can ever replace you.” “She & her club of few selfish women, setback 1000’s of genuine cases of women who get the short end of the stick across the world,” singer Sona Mohapatra tweeted about Amber. As if the uphill battle to change systems to be more equitable wasn’t difficult enough, a #AmberHeard arrives to spit on it all.”
On her Instagram Story, singer Sophie Choudry shared a quote by Johnny. It said, “‘Tell the world that I, Johnny Depp, a man, am a victim of domestic abuse as well.’ Count the number of people who believe or support you.’ Six years later, he told the truth and triumphed both in and out of court. #Abuse knows no gender, #Justice for Johnny Depp, and #Johnny Depp vs Amber Heard”
On Twitter, Kushal Tandon posted a screenshot of a news article about Johnny and Amber. “This appears to be a personal win,” he tweeted. Why is this so? Because this sets a precedent for future events.”
The jury’s decision sent a message to the world that abuse knows no gender and that facts do matter. #TruthWins.” Greg Ellis tweeted, “Plant your flag for Johnny Depp” and “You all brought that horizon.”
When he did it, everyone believed him because he told them he did it.#DeppHeardTrial #DeppAmberHeardTrial #JohnnyDeppAmberHeardTrial “a follower tweeted “This win isn’t a blow for women; it’s a win for Truth!” wrote another fan. Abuse is abuse whether it comes from a man or a woman. It’s right for Johnny and his incredible team #CamilleVazquez #BenChew #JohnnyDepp #JohnnyDeppVsAmberHeard.”
That “true justice prevailed” was the sentiment of a fan on Twitter. This story makes me happy. I wish Johnny Depp a happy, peaceful, successful, and long life. He deserved it completely! I’d also like to congratulate Johnny and his team. lawyers. #JohnnyDepp #TruthWins #JohhnyDeppJustice.” Another person wrote, “I sincerely hope that any male who has experienced domestic abuse or violence now feels heard. I’m hoping they’ll come forward. I hope that those working in the sector are now creating safe spaces for men to help and heal. #JohnnyDepp”
“I remember many lawyers kept saying defamation cases are hard to win and there’s a high chance Johnny Depp will lose,” one fan said, congratulating Johnny’s “incredible legal team.” But he did it with the assistance of an incredible legal team. He was victorious. #JohnnyDepp #TruthWins.”
While many people supported Johnny, some Amber Heard fans thought the decision was ‘unjust.’ “Even after this unjust verdict, I continue & will continue to support you,” one fan tweeted. I’ll be there whatever happens. Amber, stay strong. Take care of yourself and your family first, and the rest will fall into place. You’ll know how to recover. I am certain. @realamberheard, I adore you.”
“I’m tired of pretending I don’t care about women’s rights and pain,” one fan said wrote in support of Amber. She may have been silenced by an inequitable system, but I have not. So you’re going to have to listen to me.”
Johnny and Amber married in a private ceremony at their Los Angeles home in 2015, after dating for several years. Amber filed for divorce from Johnny on May 23, 2016, and obtained a temporary restraining order against the Oscar nominee. She claimed Johnny had physically abused her during their relationship, and that it was usually while he was high on drugs or alcohol.
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