A lot of people are talking about Amber Heard little black Funeral dress. Followers of the Amber Heard and Johnny Depp saga have noticed an uncanny likeness between Heard’s courtroom attire (Funeral Dress) and that of Depp’s.
When she filed a restraining order against her 58-year-old ex in 2016, Amber Heard appeared in court in the UK in 2020 wearing the same black “funeral dress,” and again on Wednesday, when the verdict in the defamation trial was decided, Amber heard appears to have worn the same funeral dress. People are trolling amber heard on social media for her funeral dress.
Punitive damages of $5 million were also awarded to Depp by the jury. Punitive damages in Virginia are limited to $350,000, so Johnny Depp can expect to receive a maximum of $10.35 million. Compensatory damages totaling $2 million were awarded to Heard while punitive damages were not.
All-black attire was on display that day, but the funeral dress appeared to be familiar to Amber Heard.
Amber Heard shared two photos of herself wearing the same funeral dress on Instagram in March of the following year, 2020, with the caption, “One dress, four years apart. Sometimes it’s important to wear the same thing twice.”
As a result, when Twitter users spotted Amber Heard infamous frock (funeral dress) again, they delved into her fashion choices.
“Sometimes it’s important to wear the same dress three times. The day you ruined his life, the day you agreed to lie in the court of law, the day you lost,” jabbed one Twitter user.
“This manipulative show pony planned to use the verdict as a PR stunt when she put on her ‘Amish dress; for the 3 times, All the PR in the world can’t fix her reputation now. We’ve all heard the audiotapes, they show the real Amber Heard,” one chimed in.
“Not @realamberheard trying to do something by wearing the same ugly funeral dress? Ma’am, just burn it,” snarked yet another Twitter critic on Amber Heard funeral dress.
“LOVE that Amber Heard wore the same black funeral dress that she wore for the restraining order, the UK trial, and now the US won where she lost big time. I’m sure she was trying for some sort of ‘poetic justice’ moment summed up by a dress. But she lost & that was a total flop haha,” tweeted one sartorial social media maven.
Heard is expected to appeal the amount she owes despite the fact that she lost to her ex-husband.
“No one will be writing any checks until the case is finally resolved — whether it’s on appeal or motions for a new trial, but there is going to be more litigation before we know who’s getting paid what,” Halim Dhanidina, a former California judge and current criminal defense lawyer, told earlier.
Even Heard’s lawyer, Elaine Bredehoft, said on “Today” that “she has some excellent grounds” for appeal. Heard’s defeat was the result of what she called “suppressed evidence” on air.
I would like to congratulate Amber Heard and her outstanding legal team for the great job they did in restoring Johnny Depp’s reputation 🏴☠
— Sam Lutfi (@SamLutfi) May 28, 2022
“They were able to suppress the medical records, which were very, very significant because they showed a pattern going all the way back to 2012 of Amber reporting this to her therapist, for example,” she said. “We had a significant amount of texts, including from Mr. Depp’s assistants, saying, ‘When I told him he kicked you, he cried, he is so sorry.’ That didn’t come in.”
He sued the Sun in 2020, claiming they called him a “wife-beater” in a 2018 article. However, in November of that year, the judge ruled that Heard’s claims were “substantially true.” It was a different story, however, this time.
Heard was found liable for three counts of defamation, while Depp was only found liable for one.
“This is a setback for women inside the courtroom and outside the courtroom,” Bredehoft told. “What this jury said is if you don’t record it, it didn’t happen.”
Despite Heard’s absence on air Thursday, she issued a statement of disappointment following the verdict on Wednesday night.
“The disappointment I feel today is beyond words,” Amber Heard wrote before getting funeral dress trolls. “I’m heartbroken that the mountain of evidence still was not enough to stand up to the disproportionate power, influence, and sway of my ex-husband.”
Sometimes it’s important to wear the same dress three times. The day you ruined his life, the day you agreed to lie in the court of law, the day you lost. #AmberHeard #DeppVsHeard #JohnnyDepp #TruthWins #JohnnyDeppVsAmberHeardTrial pic.twitter.com/Dd19uCTtAk
— ELLiE 🇨🇺 (@ellie_2118) June 1, 2022
“Publicly shamed,” she claimed, and “humiliated,” she claimed, arguing she had lost her “freedom of speech.”
“The way Amber Heard was attacked was, in one way, very familiar,” a reporter said. “There was a lot of misogyny that we’ve seen before. There was a kind of weaponization of reputational warfare online. There was almost this hate machine built against her.”
Even after the verdict was announced, Amber Heard is still subjected to social media trolls as a result of the trial be it her funeral dress or something else. For more such updates do follow us only on leedaily.com