Johnny Depp turns to fans for help after winning trial for defamation of ex-wife Amber Heard
The Pirates of the Caribbean starThe 59-year-old returned to social media with a statement on Wednesday, which he posted on his Instagram Stories.
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He tackled the rise of fake profiles pretending to be him, capitalizing on the increased public interest in the star after the trial.
It read: “I have been informed that there are false orders that pretend to be me or the people who work with me.
Johnny took to Instagram with a warning to fans
“I have no private or secondary accounts on any platform. These are the only pages I and my team run that share updates and communicate: Instagram @JohnnyDepp TikTok @JohnnyDepp Facebook @JohnnyDepp Discord @ JohnnyDepp0854.”
Johnny continued, “I ask that you remain vigilant because it seems that these false orders can be ruthless. My team is working to combat the problem. Thank you for your continued support and for informing me about this problem! Love and respect, JD X.”
Johnny recently received a defamation lawsuit against his ex-wife Amber
This comes after the juror from the trial announced the verdict.
“What I think is true is that they were both offensive to each other,” he said. “I don’t think any of them are right or wrong. But to get up to what she claimed, there wasn’t enough evidence to really support what she said.”
The former couple was married from 2015 to 2017
He also shared that he believes that the Hollywood star did not physically abuse his ex-wife, and that she was the aggressor of the two of them.
“Some of us used the term‘ crocodile tears, ’” he said of Amber, noting that what Johnny was saying was much “more likely” to them.
The verdict was recently announced by a juror
At the end of May, Johnny won the lawsuit against Amber after a six-week rehearsal that was broadcast live over the Internet. He received $ 15 million in compensation, and Amber received $ 2 million on one count of defamation.
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