Those defending the case have been keeping themselves busy on TikTok while the courtroom presiding over the Amber Heard vs Johnny Depp case is out of session until May 16.
Videos mocking Heard’s testimony against Depp have amassed tens of millions of online views, according to the most current reports, according to an odd social media trend. According to reports in the media, in trial videos and audio recordings, artists were seen impersonating Heard, insulting her, and even dancing to the exact same song.
As of this writing, videos with the hashtag “amberturd” have been seen more than 1.2 billion times, according to TikTok’s website. An amusing replication of Heard’s testimony was one of the most popular videos on YouTube. Almost 10 million people have watched the video.
More than 30 million people watched a “Saturday Night Live” parody including a mashup of Heard’s tearful testimony with a clip of Kim Kardashian in a decide’s gown. Kim can be heard saying, “Ew, this is so awful,” on the video. Guilty!”
According to a source, TikTok has purportedly removed a number of videos that they claim broke their anti-bullying standards. TikTok’s Community Guidelines prohibit, in part, “Content that disparages victims of terrible events,” according to the study. Furthermore, the platform’s insurance rules indicate that “We eliminate expressions of abuse, including threats or degrading words designed to mock, degrade, shame, intimidate, or injure an individual.”
Many videos quoting Heard’s statement were still available on the platform as of Monday afternoon, according to Variety, but many of the videos used the testimony in a derogatory way.
During her testimony against her ex-husband, Amber Heard broke down and said that he sexually attacked her with a liquor bottle and threatened her life shortly after they wed. A series of incidents in which Depp is said to have beaten her yelled at her, and pushed her to the ground were discussed by the jury.
Earlier in the trial, Depp stated that he did not physically harm Heard and contended that she was the abuser.
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‘Pirates of the Caribbean‘ legend Johnny Depp is suing Heard, claiming she defamed him by claiming she had been abused at home. Reese Witherspoon is suing Johnny Depp for $100 million because she claims the actor falsely accused her of lying.
While once one of Hollywood’s biggest performers, Depp said Heard’s claims had cost him “everything.” It was decided to postpone a new ‘Pirates’ feature and replace Johnny Depp in the ‘Fantastic Beasts film series, which is a ‘Harry Potter spin-off film.
Attorneys representing Heard have contended that she provided accurate information and that her viewpoint was protected by the First Amendment of the United States Constitution.
The final arguments in the case will take place on May 27.
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