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Overview

Amber Heard vs. Johnny Depp refers to the initial domestic abuse allegations against Johnny Depp by Amber Heard that propelled her into a leader of the #MeToo movement. The incident was followed by a lawsuit filed by Johnny Depp against her for domestic abuse and defamation, which he later lost after a judge determined that there was "overwhelming evidence" that Depp assaulted Heard during their marriage.

In mid-April 2022, the trial officially started in Fairfax, Virginia. In both 2020 and 2022, images of Amber Heard's Poop surfaced as evidence as a result of the actress allegedly pooping in Depp's bed on her birthday. The hashtags #AmberTurd and #MePoo followed the development. Additionally, TikTokers started to reenact Heard's Testimony and Dirty Carpet Story, with creators like Lance Bass on the platform sparking controversy because of the trend. On May 27th, 2022, an AMBER Alert went of in the courtroom but turned out to be just a tornado warning.

The trial concluded on June 1st, 2022, with Depp found to have proven that Heard made false statements against him with intent to harm his reputation and was ordered to pay Depp in the amount of $15 million. The countersuit by Heard against Depp resulted in him paying Heard $2 million.

Developments

On May 25th, 2016, after being married for 15 months Amber Heard filed for divorce and sought spousal support from Depp.[8] On May 27th, Heard was granted a restraining order against Depp because he allegedly attacked her at their penthouse. There were photographs submitted of her bruised face and broken glass on the floor.[1]

On May 29th, 2016, Depp's daughter Lilly-Rose[2] posted to Instagram in defense of her father writing, "My dad is the sweetest, most loving person I know. He's been nothing but a wonderful father to my little brother and I, and everyone who knows him would say the same." That same day, Depp's friend Doug Stanhope wrote a guest column[3] entitled "Johnny Depp Is Being Blackmailed by Amber Heard – Here’s How I Know." His two ex wives also made statements about his innocence.[4]

Over the next few years, Amber Heard became an activist in the #metoo movement. On November 25, Amber Heard was featured in a Girl Gaze campaign against abuse and encouraging women to speak out (shown below). The video has gained 496,000 views in three years.



On December 18th, 2018 the Washington Post[5] published an Op-Ed piece written by Heard entitled "Amber Heard: I spoke up against sexual violence -- and faced our culture’s wrath. That has to change."

Defamation Lawsuit

On March 2nd, 2019, Depp filed a $50 Million defamation lawsuit against her and ten days later on March 12th the lawsuit documents were released to the public.[6][7]

The document revealed new evidence of domestic abuse performed by Heard on security camera videos. The document stated,"With a prior arrest for violent domestic abuse and having confessed under oath to a series of violent attacks on Mr. Depp, Ms. Heard is not a victim of domestic abuse; she is a perpetrator." It also revealed evidence of Heard cheating on Depp saying, "Unbeknownst to Mr. Depp, no later than one month after his marriage to Ms. Heard, she was spending time in a new relationship with Tesla and SpaceX founder, Elon Musk."

Many people tweeted in support of Depp after the documents were released. On March 13th, Twitter user @MirfanMohamad posted a two-panel image of Depp in Pirates of the Caribbean answering the question "You were telling the truth" with "I do that quite a lot yet people are surprised" (shown below, left). The tweet gained 1,645 retweets and 3,200 likes in a day. Other Twitter users used the hashtag #amberheardisanabuser to denounce her behavior (shown below, right).


ded @MirfanMohamad 9h Johnny Depp right now You actually were telling the truth. I do that quite a lot yet people are always suuprise An Dy @AnDy63231461 Mar 9 There's not one unattached witness who testified for Amber Heard. All her bg witnesses" lived rent free in Johnny's condos which AH demanded in an extortion letter. No one of the film business supported her. Even stayed silent during her dirty game! #AmberHeardlsAnAbuser her family Dri @E09J21 Mar 12 I will not defend the wrong person just because she is a woman, I just feel disgusted if you do that. #AmberHeardisAnAbuser

Therapy Audio

On January 31st, 2020, The Daily Mail[9] released audio they obtained from a couples therapy session with Heard and Depp in 2015. In the audio Heard admits to hitting Depp: "I don't know what the motion of my hand was, but you're fine, I did not hurt you, I did not punch you, I was hitting you." On February 2nd, Twitter user @erikadhami posted the audio to Twitter which gained over 2,400 likes and 1,000 retweets in a day (shown below).



On February 2nd, the hashtags #AmberHeardIsAnAbuser and #JusticeForJohnnyDepp began trending on Twitter. Twitter user @malaczia[10] shared a Bird Box meme in which they compare "the media when evidence of amber abusing johnny rises" to Sandra Bullock with a blindfold on (shown below, left). The tweet gained over 27,600 likes and 10,200 retweets in a day. That day, Twitter user @JessMohin_Love2[11] posted a drawing of Depp with bruises o his face with the caption #JusticeForJohnnyDepp (shown below, right).


Khloe @malaczia #AmberHeardlsAnAbuser the media when the media when amber accused evidence of amber abusing johnny of abuse: johnny rises: 12:09 PM · Feb 2, 2020 · Twitter for iPhone JESS @JessMohin_Love2 JUSTICE. JOHNNY DEEP IS INNOCENT. AMBER HEARD IS CANCELLED. #JusticeForJohnnyDepp #JohnnyDepplsInnocent #JohnnyDeep #JohnnyDepplsASurvivor #AmberHeard #AmberHeardIsAnAbuser #AmberHeardlsALiar #AmberHeardIsCancelled #AbuseHasNoGender #AbuselsAbuse #justice #JusticetordohnryDepp VIOLENCE MEN CANBE HAS VICIMS of ABUSE NO: GENDER 5:38 AM · Feb 2, 2020 · Twitter Web App

Roberta Kaplan, Amber Heard's attorney, told Newsweek,[12] "The fact that a woman fights or talks back does not mean that she has not been the subject of repeated domestic violence and abuse. It's a myth to say, as Mr. Depp apparently is implying, that if Ms. Heard slapped him, then she can't also be a victim. That is just not true."

Libel Court Case and Departure From Fantastic Beasts Franchise

On November 2nd, 2020, Depp lost a libel case against News Group Newspapers, the publisher of British tabloid The Sun, which published an article in 2018 that referred to him as a “wife-beater” and also claimed there was “overwhelming evidence” that he assaulted Heard while they were married.[13][14] The article also called for J.K. Rowling to take action against the alleged abuse and remove Depp from his role in the movies.

On November 6th, Depp, who portrayed Gellert Grindelwald in the Harry Potter spinoff films Fantastic Beasts, was asked to resign by Warner Bros. from his role shortly after he lost the libel case. A spokesperson from the studio confirmed that he would leave the franchise and Depp's role would be recast ahead of the third film, slated for summer 2022. That same day, Depp posted a statement on his Instagram[15] account addressing his departure from Fantastic Beasts, which received over 2.4 million likes in three days (seen below).


November 6th London In light of recent events, I would like to make the following short statement. Firstly, I'd like to thank everybody who has gifted me with their support and loyalty. I have been humbled and moved by your man concern, particularly over the last few days. messages of love and Secondly, I wish to let you know that I have been asked to resign by Warner Bros. from my role as Grindelwald in Fantastic Beasts and I have respected and agreed to that request. Finally, I wish to say this. The surreal judgement of the court in the U.K. will not change my fight to tell the truth and I confirm that I plan to appeal. My resolve remains strong and I intend to prove that the allegations against me are false. My life and career will not be defined by this moment in time. Thank you for reading. Sincerely, Johnny Depp

Shortly after the news spread online, supporters and detractors of Depp began commenting on the story and his removal from Fantastic Beasts, which led to an influx of memes criticizing Warner Bros. or supporting Depp across social media.

2022 Trial

On April 10th, 2022, The New York Times[16] wrote an article detailing the upcoming trial, set to start on April 12th in Fairfax, Virginia, where it was set to be nationally televised. In the days prior to the trial, jury members were selected and a list of potential witnesses were announced including well-known celebrities like James Franco and Elon Musk. These two witnesses were included due to Heard exchanging texts with Musk about her marriage that were used as evidence in the British case, and she also said in that trial that Franco saw the bruises on her face after an alleged altercation with Depp.[16]

On April 12th, the first day of the trial was livestreamed on YouTube via Sky News, which received roughly 290,400 views in one week (shown below).



On April 19th, Depp testified on the stand as a witness, earning lots of reactions online. A clip of him saying he didn't deserve the defamation from Heard received engagement on Twitter after Twitter[17] user j0hnnycdpp tweeted it on the 19th, earning roughly 537,600 views and 19,800 likes in one day (shown below).


People started to use screenshots of Depp on April 19th in memes and tweets going into the latter half of the month, with the majority of them being in support of Depp. For instance, Twitter[18] user depplyhaIIows posted a tweet on the 19th that earned roughly 22,700 likes in one day (shown below, left). Also on April 19th, RapTV made a post[19] that claimed Depp had said either Heard or one of her friends pooped in his bed, earning roughly 323,000 likes in one day (shown below, right). This development was reported on by TMZ.[20]


brooke ... @depplyhallows Johnny Depp looking absolutely incredible as he sits and destroys every single lie his abusive ex wife has ever said 5:19 AM · Apr 19, 2022 · Twitter for iPhone ***...* JOHNNY DEPP CLAIMS AMBER HEARD OR HER FRIEND DEFECATED ON HIS BED Rap,

Verdict

On June 1st, 2022, it was announced that a verdict had been reached on the third day of deliberations by the jury. The verdict was set to be read at 3 p.m. EST, but it was revealed that the jury forms were not correctly filled in and so it was delayed by another 20 minutes. Following the delay, it was read out that Johnny Depp, who was not in attendance, was found to have proven beyond a reasonable doubt that Amber Heard, who was in attendance, maliciously made false statements against him with intent to harm his reputation, and in doing so was told by the jury to pay Depp in the amount of $15 million. The countersuit by Heard against Depp had him payout $2 million to her. The judge reading out the verdict was uploaded to YouTube[27] by the official CBS News channel shortly after it happened live, gaining over 350,000 views in one day (shown below).



Developments

Heard and Depp Verdict Responses

Shortly after the verdict was read on June 1st, 2022, Amber Heard's Twitter page uploaded an image with multiple paragraphs on it. The text said that she was broken-hearted from the event and called it a freedom of speech issue and that Depp's sway and power is what was the deciding factor in the case, though there was no mention of an appeal. This post[28] was liked over 135,000 times in 14 hours (shown below).


The disappointment I feel today is beyond words. 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. I'm even more disappointed with what this verdict means for other women. It is a setback. It sets back the clock to a time when a woman who spoke up and spoke out could be publicly shamed and humiliated. It sets back the idea that violence against women is to be taken seriously. I believe Johnny's attorneys succeeded in getting the jury to overlook the key issue of Freedom of Speech and ignore evidence that was so conclusive that we won in the UK. I'm sad I lost this case. But I am sadder still that I seem to have lost a right I thought I had as an American - to speak freely and openly.

Meanwhile, Johnny Depp also made a post on his Instagram that was similarly a picture of multiple paragraphs of his thoughts on the matter. He repeatedly mentioned bringing out the truth and about trying to get his life back on track ever since the allegations were brought up six years ago (shown below, click to enlarge).


Six years ago, my life, the life of my children, the lives of those closest to me, and also, the lives of the people, who for many, many years have supported and believed in me were forever changed. All in the blink of an eye. False, very serious and criminal allegations were levied at me via the media, which triggered an endless barrage of hateful content, although no charges were ever brought against me. It had already traveled around the world twice within a nanosecond and it had a seismic impact on my life and my career. And six years later, the jury gave me my life back. I am truly humbled. My decision to pursue this case, knowing very well the height of the legal hurdles that I would be facing and the inevitable, worldwide spectacle into my life, was only made after considerable thought. From the very beginning, the goal of bringing this case was to reveal the truth, regardless of the outcome. Speaking the truth was something that I owed to my children and to all those who have remained steadfast in their support of me. I feel at peace knowing I have finally accomplished that. I am, and have been, overwhelmed by the outpouring of love and the colossal support and kindness from around the world. I hope that my quest to have the truth be told will have helped others, men or women, who have found themselves in my situation, and that those supporting them never give up. I also hope that the position will now return to innocent until proven guilty, both within the courts and in the media. I wish to acknowledge the noble work of the Judge, the jurors, the court staff and the Sheriffs who have sacrificed their own time to get to this point, and to my diligent and unwavering legal team who did an extraordinary job in helping me to share the truth. The best is yet to come and a new chapter has finally begun. Veritas numquam perit. Truth never perishes. 8.6.22 vik. D Johnny Depp

House Judiciary GOP Tweet

On June 1st, 2022, following the announcement of the verdict, the official Twitter page of the House Judiciary GOP posted a tweet[29] that included a GIF of Captain Jack Sparrow on the helm of his ship, earning roughly 10,800 likes in one day (shown below).


The tweet from the government entity sparked controversy on the platform. For instance, also on June 1st, Twitter[30] user JUNIPER tweeted, "this is insane," earning over 3,000 likes in one day.

$15 Million Settlement

The price point of $15 million that Heard was ordered to pay to Depp inspired memes across platforms going into June 2022. For instance, on June 1st, Facebook[31] page D-Piddy posted a meme using the What Did It Cost? Everything template, earning roughly 6,000 likes and 2,200 shares in one day (shown below, left). Also on June 1st, Redditor N45F4T_ posted a Terrified Noot Noot meme to /r/memes,[32] earning roughly 2,800 upvotes in less than a day (shown below, right).


Did you s--- on the bed? What did it cost? Yes 15 Million USD Amber Turd when she realises she actually lost and has to pay 15 million: mematic & Tenor

Media Reactions

VICE News

On June 1st, 2022, news outlet VICE[33] published an article written by Anya Zoledziowski titled, "Johnny Depp Just Won Big-Time Against Amber Heard." In the article, she outlined the trial and the verdict in relation to the evidence levied against each party. The most controversial moment from the article regarded a moment during the trial when the jury heard a string of texts from Depp allegedly saying he wanted to “burn” Heard and that he would “fuck her burnt corpse” to “make sure she is dead.” VICE's Zoledziowski used this to level the public perceptions of both parties.

VICE then posted a tweet[34] about its article, which earned roughly 28,700 likes and nearly 2,000 quote tweets in two days (shown below, left). Many users did not agree with the tweet's leading quote or purported angle. For instance, Twitter[35] user V_for_Violetta_ posted a reply giving her own evidence in support of Depp, earning roughly 1,300 likes in two days (shown below, right).


VICE News VICE News @VICENews BREAKING: After a jury heard a string of texts from Johnny Depp saying he wanted to "burn" Amber Heard and that he would "f--- her burnt corpse" to "make sure she is dead," they decided Heard defamed Depp and acted with "malice." vice.com Amber Heard Defamed Johnny Depp, Jury Decides The jury decided Amber Heard's statement in her Washington Post op-ed was false and defamatory, and that Heard intended to defame Depp. 3:28 PM Jun 1, 2022 Social Flow Violetta @V_for_Violetta_ Replying to @VICENews BREAKING: After a jury heard several audio recordings on which Amber Heard admits to punching, hitting and throwing objects at Depp and calls him a 'baby' for trying to escape her violence they decided that Heard defamed him and acted with "malice". There. Fixed it for you. 9:17 PM Jun 1, 2022. Twitter Web App :

BuzzFeed's "Instagram Likes" Article

On June 2nd, 2022, BuzzFeed[36] published an article written by Kelsey Weekman titled, "Here's A List Of All The Celebs Who Liked Johnny Depp's Instagram Statement" where Weekman listed all of the verified accounts of celebrities that liked Depp's and Heard's Instagram posts following the verdict. When tweeted about by Weekman on June 2nd, the tweet[37] received roughly 1,300 likes in one day and nearly 300 quote tweets (shown below).


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The article received notable backlash on Twitter by users confused at what it was trying to say about the celebrities who liked the post. One celebrity, in particular, that was discussed en masse was Aquaman's Jason Mamoa, whose co-star in the franchise is Amber Heard. He had reportedly liked Heard's Instagram post alongside a number of other prominent stars.

Memes ensued online following the article and the list of celebrities. For instance, on June 2nd, 2022, Twitter[38] user tallguyatlarge posted an I Don't Want To Play With You Anymore meme from Toy Story, earning over 440 likes in one day (shown below).


Celebs who liked Johnny Depp's post Ryan Adams (commented) Patti Smith Michelle Branch Ashley Benson (commented) Bella Hadid Gemma Chan Halle Bailey Naomi Campbell (commented) Amy S Sedaris Emma Roberts Rita Ora Chase Stokes Ian Somerhalder Kolsea Ballerini Cazzie David Zoe Saldana Jason Momoa Kelly Osbourne Vanessa Hudgens Hailey Bieber Jennifer Aniston Chase Hudson Tony Lopez Suni Lee Henry Golding Lucy Hale Zoey Deutch Joey King Amber Fillerup Clark Dominic Fike Lakeith Stanfield Taika Waititi Riley Keough Maren Morris Amanda Knox I don't want to play with you anymore

On June 3rd, Twitter[39] user micsolana then screenshotted the original tweet by Weekman and said, "this is such a psychotic form of journalism," receiving almost 1,400 likes and 121 retweets in five hours.

Release of Sealed Court Documents

In late July 2022, fans of Johnny Depp teamed up with pro-Depp lawyer Andrea Burkhart to unseal pre-trial documents. Burkhart and the fans raised thousands of dollars to pay for the documents’ release, hoping to find more dirt on Amber Heard, but the documents seemed to reveal a much more negative side of Depp, including questionable efforts to block witnesses for Heard’s side from testifying, his team’s attempt to submit nude photos of Amber Heard as evidence, Depp’s friendship and supposed assistance of suspected abuser Marilyn Manson, and Depp’s herpes and erectile dysfunction. The documents also reveal that Heard didn’t take nearly as much money as she was entitled to in the couple’s divorce, and that some of the evidence Depp gave was suspected of being altered. The following tweet by @kattenbarge describes the situation as it was unfolding on July 31st. The tweet earned over fifty thousand likes in approximately one week.


Kat Tenbarge @kattenbarge Johnny Depp defenders crowdsourcing thousands to pay to unseal new pages and texts that support Amber Heard's case AND outing a bunch of Marilyn Manson texts that support ERW's case in the process... sometimes fate has a sense of humor 5:22 PM Jul 31, 2022 Twitter for iPhone 4,462 Retweets 268 Quote Tweets 50.3K Likes 27 Kat Tenbarge @kattenbarge Jul 31 Replying to @kattenbarge It's like at the end of the flat earthers documentary when they crowdsource funds to buy scientific testing equipment that proves the earth is round 140 243 7,240

The reveals in the documents led to a much more unfavorable view of Johnny Depp, with many claiming it proves Amber was telling the truth. Others claimed the documents proved the theory of “mutual abuse” occurring within their marriage. Overall, public support for Johnny Depp abruptly dissipated, and a number of famous people unliked his celebratory Instagram post, including Bella Hadid, Robert Downey Jr., Yungblud, Jennifer Aniston and many more, causing drama and backlash online.

Amber Heard Revenge Poop

Amber Heard Revenge Poop, also known as Amber Heard Turd or Amber Heard Poop, refers to Amber Heard, or one of her friends, allegedly pooping in Johnny Depp's bed in 2016 on her birthday. Depp claimed it was a prank from Heard and Heard claimed it was one of their Yorkie dogs. The story and photos were used as evidence against Heard in both 2020 and 2022. The development in April 2022 inspired reactions and memes across social media, like on Twitter where the hashtags #MePoo and #AmberTurd were trending in April 2022.



Mega Pint of Red Wine

On April 21st, 2022, on the seventh day of the Amber Heard vs. Johnny Depp trial, the Law&Crime Network YouTube[26] channel uploaded a clip from the trial where they show a video that Heard recorded as evidence of his domestic violence toward her. In the video, Depp is seen yelling, cursing and slamming cabinet doors, the glass on at least one of them breaking. Depp pours himself a large glass of wine and finds the camera, grabbing it to stop Heard from recording him. After the video ends, Depp says the clip is illegally recorded and one of Heard's attorneys asks if Depp was drunk in the video, to which he answers, "There's a possibility of that." The attorney then says, "You poured yourself a mega pint of red wine, correct?" Depp repeats, "a mega pint," and the courtroom attendants laugh. He then says, "I poured myself a large glass of wine. I thought it necessary" (shown below). The video went viral, gaining over 7.2 million views in just over a week.



Muffin Questioning / Muffingate

On April 26th, 2022, Dr. Shannon Curry, a psychologist hired by Depp's team to evaluate Heard, took to the witness stand and was questioned by both parties. A key moment in her testimony that inspired memes was when one of Heard's lawyers repeatedly question Dr. Curry about bringing muffins to Heard's evaluation meeting. The defense felt it that the muffins were an attempt to sway Heard.[21]

On April 26th, 2022, TikToker[22] learnwithesolarious posted an extended clip of the questioning that earned roughly 343,800 plays and 13,800 likes in one day (shown below).


https://www.tiktok.com/embed/v2/7091000088771824901

On April 26th, 2022, many internet users started referencing the nursey rhyme, "The Muffin Man," specifically impersonating the Gingerbread Man from Shrek. For instance, on April 26th, Twitter[23] user HRH_ItziarItuno posted a video that earned roughly 38,100 views in one day (shown below).

Also on April 26th, TikToker[24] mrsmorriganamber posted a video that referenced the "Muffin Man" Shrek bit, earning roughly 252,400 plays and 15,900 likes in one day (shown below).


https://www.tiktok.com/embed/v2/7091071602489806126

Johnny Depp Drawing During the Trial

On April 27th, 2022, Twitter[25] user ReemDepp tweeted two screenshots of Johnny Depp drawing during the court hearing. The tweet received roughly 5,700 likes in less than a day (shown below).


ReemDepp - Johnny Depp Deserves Justice @ReemDepp Johnny Depp is drawing TEGA S 10:42 AM. Apr 27, 2022 · Twitter for iPad ...

TikTokers Reenacting Amber Heard's Testimony

Reenacting Amber Heard’s Testimony refers to a lip dub, wherein, TikTokers comedically mimicked a moment from Heard's testimony when she supposedly "forgets her script," talking about losing her balance, sitting on the edge of a couch and then sitting on a dirty carpet. The trend sparked controversy when many news outlets labeled Bass' and others' videos as insensitive to the case and domestic violence, in general.


https://www.tiktok.com/embed/v2/7094330966658927914
https://www.tiktok.com/embed/v2/7094720285013839147

AMBER Alert During Closing Statements

On May 27th, 2022, an AMBER Alert went off during Amber Heard's defense's closing statements. This prompted her lawyer to stop speaking and Judge Penney to call it outright an AMBER Alert but nothing to worry about. The alert ended up just being a tornado warning, however. The topic quickly spread to Twitter in the days to come.



Search Interest

External References

[1] Washington Post – Amber Heard's Lawyers Say She Suffered Through Years of Physical and Psychological Abuse

[2] Teen Vogue – Lilly Rose Defends Johnny Depp

[3] The Wrap – Johnny Depp is Being Blackmailed

[4] TMZ – Johnny Depp Ex Partner

[5] Washington Post – Op-Ed

[6] CourtHouseNews – Depp Heard

[7] Rolling Stone – Johnny Depp Defamation Lawsuit

[8] The Guardian – Amber Heard Divorce Johnny Depp

[9] DailyMail – Amber Heard Admits to Hitting Ex Husband Johnny Depp

[10] Twitter – malaczia

[11] Twitter – JessMohin_Love2

[12] Newsweek – JusticeForJohnny Trends Amber Heard Admits Hitting Actor

[13] The Sun – Johnny Depp Fantastic Beasts Assault Claim

[14] UK Judiciary – Depp v. News Group Newspapers

[15] Instagram – Johnny Depp

[16] NYT – Johnny Depp and Amber Heard to Face Off in Defamation Trial

[17] Twitter – @j0hnnycdpp

[18] Twitter – @depplyhaIIows

[19] Instagram – @rap

[20] TMZ – JOHNNY DEPP
HERE'S THE STRAIGHT POOP ..

[21] MSN – Muffingate

[22] TikTok – @learnwithesolarious

[23] Twitter – @HRH_ItziarItuno

[24] TikTok – @mrsmorriganamber

[25] Twitter – @ReemDepp

[26] YouTube – Video Shows Johnny Depp Angrily Slamming Cabinets During Argument with Amber Heard

[27] YouTube – Judge Verdict

[28] Twitter – Amber Heard Post

[29] Twitter – @JudiciaryGOP

[30] Twitter – @JUNlPER

[31] Facebook – D-Piddy

[32] Reddit – /r/memes

[33] VICE – Johnny Depp Just Won Big-Time Against Amber Heard

[34] Twitter – @VICENews

[35] Twitter – @V_for_Violetta_

[36] BuzzFeed – Here's A List Of All The Celebs Who Liked Johnny Depp's Instagram Statement

[37] Twitter – @kelsaywhat

[38] Twitter – @tallguyatlarge

[39] Twitter – micsolana

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