Many well-known people liked Depp's post after he and Heard each shared their postings lamenting the verdict's outcome, however, Heard's post received noticeably less love. Many of these celebs have reportedly now disliked the message, according to recent reports.
Celebrities ‘Unlike’ Johnny Depp’s Instagram Post Celebrating Amber Heard Trial Win
Johnny Depp's Instagram post announcing his victory against Amber Heard in court appears to have received some dislikes from other Hollywood celebrities.
Heard claims implied Depp had abused her in a 2018 Washington Post op-ed, for which Depp sued her for $50 million. He claims her accusations affected his capacity to work, even though she didn't specifically name him.
Heard subsequently filed a countersuit, accusing Depp of continuing to harass her and claiming that he had launched a "smear campaign" against her.
The jury returned its judgments in June, concluding that Heard had defamed Depp on all three charges.
She was asked to give him $5 million in punitive penalties and $10 million in compensatory damages. Heard received $2 million in compensatory damages but no punitive penalties when it was determined that she had only partially won her case.
Throughout the proceedings—and Depp's prior court action against The Sun—several well-known personalities gave their opinions on the relationship, with several Hollywood top brass showing their support for Depp by like his Instagram posts.
Following their posts analyzing the judgment, Depp's post received a lot of likes from notable people, but Heard's post received significantly less.
Now, it's being said that many of these celebs have disliked the post for unknown reasons.
By comparing the post with earlier lists created by Reddit users at the time, Twitter user @k4mil1a highlighted the names in the list.
Celebs like Elle Fanning, Bella Hadid, Orlando Bloom, Robert Downey Jr., Zoey Deutch, Sophie Turner, and Bullet Train actor Joey King are among those whose names used to be listed beneath the post but are no longer there.
After posting a photo of Depp with him at a Newcastle bar on the day the jury verdict was delivered, musician Fender received backlash. He continued by apologizing for the "disrespectful" timing of the photograph and referring to Depp as a "hero."
Following the unsealing of case-related documents that couldn't be discussed in court, apparent unlikes were found.
Heard's team was prohibited from mentioning several potentially damaging anecdotes about Depp in these documents, which also contained additional comments from celebrity video testimonies, including Depp's ex-girlfriend, actress Ellen Barkin.