Amber Heard has reportedly deactivated her Twitter account. Ever since the defamation suit filed by Amber’s ex-husband Johnny Depp quickly gained momentum, Amber Heard has been facing a lot of hate and trolling. The actor is not really active on social media platforms since the verdict in this case. Right now many people on social media believe that Amber has also deleted her Twitter after Elon Musk took over as the new boss. Uninvited, Amber Heard and Elon Musk were reportedly seeing each other in the year 2017.
Mashable also cited a report according to which Amber Heard and her daughter Oonagh Paige moved to a small village in Mallorca, Spain, after the trial ended. She is apparently leading a quiet life in a community of fewer than 2,000 people. A house worth 2.8 million euros has also been rented by this actress.
The actor is still under online trolling. The news of his exit from Twitter has gone viral on the micro-blogging site. A Twitter user wrote “Mr Musk taking over Twitter has one benefit…. the queen of delusion and toxicity #AmberHeard is leaving #Twitter”
Another wrote, “Apparently #AmberHeard can’t afford the check mark anymore. Probably why she left.”
Trial proceedings were started in month of April and the verdict was delivered on June 1
Coming to the lawsuit, the highly publicized defamation case is being adapted into a film. Hot Tech Title: The Depp/Heard trial, the movie is set to launch exclusively on the free Tubi streaming service. Amber Heard, as Variety reports, stars Mark Hapka (parallel, Days of Our Lives) as Johnny Depp and Megan Davis (Alone in the Dark) in the film.
The test, which took the internet by storm, lasted about six weeks and was conducted in Virginia, United States. Johnny Depp won the highly publicized defamation case and was awarded $10 million in compensatory damages and $5 million in punitive damages. On the other hand, Amber Heard was awarded USD 2 million in compensatory damages.
The couple, who left it in 2016, fought in court over a 2018 article by Amber Heard in which she described her dealings with domestic abuse (without mentioning Johnny’s name).
Following the release of this article, Depp also sued Heard for $50 million in damages. The trial proceedings were started in the month of April and the verdict was delivered on the date of June 1, declaring Depp also victorious. The jury also found that Amber Heard could not at all support her allegations against Depp with any substantial evidence and likewise noted that when he published the article his claims of misconduct were false.
However, the jury also found that Depp had on one occasion defamed Hurd, and was also awarded US$2 million in compensatory damages.