Amber Heard’s “suffering” image in the courtroom with Johnny Depp was “pooped” by the audience with Boruto’s expression.
Although the press conference between Amber Heard and Johnny Depp has not officially ended, it seems that the lawsuit has soon cleared up in the hearts of many fans. The proof is that Amber Heard is constantly being called by the audience on social networking sites as well as becoming a “salt bowl” for fans to make memes.
Especially when recently a lot of Amber Heard’s “distressed expressions” have been spread on the media. Of course, many viewers were extremely happy and thought that this year’s Oscars should have a place for the actress, although Heard’s acting level in the movie is “weak”, but his acting ability There is no one equal to pretending to be the actress’s victim in real life.
Many anime fans also bring Amber Heard’s grimace moment compared to Boruto, when in the latest developments of the film, the main character Boruto also has the same “pretentious” looking expressions.
It is not known if the lawsuit will be won or not, but at this time, Heard’s reputation has plummeted, especially after the recordings of Amber Heard challenging Johnny Depp to sue her after being abused by her ( Heard is confident that no one will trust Depp just because he’s a woman.)
In testimony over the weekend, the Aquaman actress accused Johnny Depp of having an affair with an ex-girlfriend during their brief marriage. Heard said not long after a trip to Australia in May 2015, where the two had a violent altercation, she discovered Depp’s iPad was unlocked while he was “out of consciousness” and found a text message from Depp. a woman.
The actor immediately denied the accusations and said that Amber Heard was trying to defame and smear his honor.
Currently, millions of people are watching the progress of Johnny Depp’s lawsuit against his ex-wife and many viewers think that this lawsuit is even more thrilling and attractive than the “Korean dramas”.
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