Amber Heard additionally introduced she’s taking a ‘damage’ from social media forward of dealing with ex Johnny Depp in court docket on April 11.
Amber Heard mentioned she has “at all times maintained a love” for her ex husband Johnny Depp forward of his defamation trial towards her. The “Aquaman” actress, 35, took to her Instagram on Saturday (April 9) to deal with the approaching court docket listening to, the place Johnny, 58, is suing her for $50 million, claiming she derailed his profession by means of writing a 2018 article about surviving domestic violence.
“As you might know, I’ll be in Virginia, the place I face my ex-husband Johnny Depp in court docket,” Amber started her message. “Johnny is suing me for an op-ed I wrote within the Washington Submit, wherein I recounted my revel in of violence and home abuse. I by no means named him, fairly I wrote about the associated fee ladies pay for talking out towards males in energy.”
“I proceed to pay that worth, however with a bit of luck when this situation concludes, I will transfer on and so can Johnny,” she endured. “I’ve at all times maintained a love for Johnny and it brings me nice ache to must are living out the main points of our previous existence in combination in entrance of the sector. At the moment, I acknowledge the continued reinforce I’ve been lucky to obtain right through those years, and in those coming weeks I will be able to be leaning on it greater than ever. With love at all times, A.”
Along with revealing she held a spot in her middle for her well-known ex, Amber additionally famous she will likely be stepping clear of social media whilst the court docket drama performs out in Fairfax County, Virginia starting on April 11. “I’m going to move offline for the following a number of weeks,” she wrote on the most sensible of her Instagram put up.
Amber and Johnny first met whilst filming The Rum Diaries in 2009, sooner or later relationship after which marrying on February 3, 2015. The union would simplest closing a yr, as Amber filed for divorce and accused Johnny of being bodily and verbally abusive all over their courting. Johnny denied the accusations and the pair formally settled their divorce in January 2017. Two years later, Johnny would sue her for libel after the Washington Post piece used to be printed.