Uh Oh! Johnny Depp May Actually be the Victim of Amber Heard's Domestic Abuse
"Believe all women" they tell us. It's a mantra, and if you dare question the mantra, you're a sexist, possibly a rapist, and you certainly like beer. But not all women deserve blanket trust. Some women are lying, manipulative, duplicitous, shrieking shrews who deserve derision, not trust. Which leads me to my main point: Amber Heard is being sued for defamation by ex-husband Johnny Depp, who claims Heard actually abused him. A plot twist I would've much preferred to that of At World's End. There is now a photo of Johnny Depp with a puffy, bruised eye he claims is from Amber Heard clocking him twice.
Allegedly, when Depp returned home — after he was supposedly late for Heard’s 30th birthday dinner — it’s reported that Amber was upset and began criticizing him. While he was reading in bed, Heard allegedly became “aggressive and violent, punching him twice in the face.”
He said the next day, an employee of his took the snap in question.
You can see the photo on TheBlast.
Johnny Depp's suit against Amber Heard is based on her column she wrote in The Washington Post, where she claimed to be a hero of domestic abuse, positioning herself in the center of the Pound MeToo movement to advance her career. The Blast writes:
In the suit, Depp calls the “false allegations” against him “an elaborate hoax to generate positive publicity” for her and “advance her career.” The lawsuit strongly states that she is the one attacked him, claiming, “Ms. Heard is not a victim of domestic abuse; she is a perpetrator.”
He claims that Heard’s abuse claims were “conclusively refuted by two separate responding police officers, a litany of neutral third-party witnesses, and 87 newly obtained surveillance camera videos.”
Some of that surveillance footage apparently shows Amber's sister Whitney punching her in the face. The lawsuit also claims Heard threw a bottle of Vodka at Depp, which nearly severed his finger, requiring surgery to reattach it.
Wait for the facts. Due process. Don't rush to judgement. Yet time and again, men get thrown under every single bus running the line. Are there terrible men out there? Certainly. But the presence of terrible men doesn't mean all men are guilty, nor does it mean every woman is innocent.
We still don't have all the evidence of this case. But it does seem like more evidence is emerging, tilting in Depp's favor, exposing Amber Heard as a lying, abusive piece of crap who exploited a movement to push her own agenda. Allegedly.