This year’s two most important events were the Johnny Depp and Amber Heard defamation case trial and the new monarch of the UK, King Charles III. For those unfamiliar, after Queen Elizabeth II passed away recently, the next heir, King Charles III, automatically became the monarch.
During his legal battle with his former wife, Amber Heard, Johnny Depp received the support of most loyal fans. Following his court victory against his ex-wife, the actor gained millions of new Instagram followers.
The Hollywood star was seen talking in an old video that resurfaced about a meeting with Prince Charles, who has now become the King of the UK after the death of his mother, Queen Elizabeth.
Johnny Depp Derides King Charles III
While sharing details of his encounter with the then Prince of Wales, Pirates of the Caribbean star Johnny Depp famously joked about King Charles III. On The Graham Norton Show in 2015, the Pirates of the Caribbean star appeared alongside Benedict Cumberbatch.
According to the show interview video clip, Depp revealed he met Prince Charles at the movie Finding Neverland premiere in 2004.
The Public Enemies star said jokingly in the video, “I was trying to get that Sir thing. I shook his hand. I don’t think he understood the word I said.”
While shaking hands with the Prince of Wales, he said he didn’t understand a word. According to Depp, the meeting wasn’t meaningful, and Duchess Camilla, whom he referred to as “that one,” appeared friendly.
Depp imitated Prince Charles during the interview, leaving the audience and Cumberbatch in fits of laughter.
However, due to his defamation case trial victory, Johnny Depp gained much attention from his fans. Despite following several celebrities on Instagram, Depp does not follow any members of the British royal family. It seems he completely ignores British Royals on social media.
Amber Heard Got Support From Multiple Women’s Rights Organizations
The 36-year-old troubled actress Amber Heard has been “publicly shamed” since she lost her multimillion-dollar defamation lawsuit against Johnny Depp. According to journalist Gloria Steinem and more than a hundred others, Amber Heard has been treated atrociously, vilified, and harassed by the public, which needs to stop.
An open letter signed by over 130 feminists, including Gloria Steinem and other prominent women’s rights organizations, supports Heard. The letter rebukes the “growing misuse” of defamation lawsuits to silence domestic abuse and sexual assault victims.
Whitney Henriquez’s opinion has been shared following the publication of the Open Letter in support of her sister, Amber Heard. Whitney Henriquez believes the shaming and bullying of Amber Heard only highlighted the misogyny that existed. Additionally, she questioned the judicial system, claiming it was deeply flawed. It has been a breath of fresh air for Henriquez now that experts have also voiced their support.
Heard and Depp’s fans are repeatedly battling it out on social media to support their favorite actor. Amber Heard’s fans, however, seem relaxed now that she has at least some support.
Source: Geo News