‘Domestic Violence Has No Gender’: Camille Vasquez Hits Back at Amber Heard for ‘Setback For Women’

The infamous defamation trial involving Amber Heard and her ex-husband Johnny Depp has been a matter of heated discussion for quite a long now. Even though Johnny Depp with a great team including Ben Chew and Camile Vasquez, won the trial, headlines involving the part couples aren’t going down.

Amber calls out Depp for his TikTok video - Camille Vasquez Hits Back at Amber Heard for 'Setback For Women'
Amber calls out Depp for his TikTok video

Johnny Depp recently joined TikTok and took to his official Instagram account to share a TikTok video with the world. In his post, Depp talked about moving forward and thanked his supporters for being there throughout. Heard couldn’t help but react to Depp’s statement by claiming that victims of domestic violence will be now reluctant to speak up.

Johnny Depp winning the trial wasn’t a setback for women says, Camille Vasquez

Camille Vasquez

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Referring to Depp’s comments on ‘moving forward’, Heard lashed out at him saying “As Johnny Depp says he’s ‘moving forward,’ women’s rights are moving backward.” Heard’s spokesperson said the verdict was “setting back decades of how women can be treated in the courtroom.” 

“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.” 

Joe Rogan on Camille Vasquez and Johnny Depp
Camille Vasquez and Johnny Depp

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Johnny Depp’s attorney Camille Vasquez was taken aback by the statement. She defended Depp and said that the verdict very well speaks for itself.  She even denied that the verdict was a setback to the #MeToo movement and narrated the fact that domestic violence doesn’t have a gender.

“We’re only speaking about what happened in this case, right? And the facts, in this case, were overwhelmingly positive for Johnny and the verdict speaks for itself. I think our response to that is we encourage any victim to come forward — domestic violence doesn’t have a gender.”

Vasquez also talked about how they completely focused on using Amber Heard’s words and statements against her rather than getting entirely different evidence. She explained how every question they asked Heard was somehow linked to something that she might have said previously during the trial. To Depp’s attorneys, the jury made a unanimous decision based on the facts that were kept in front during the whole trial. 

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