Many people on social media think that Amber Heard deactivated her Twitter account because Elon Musk became Twitter’s new CEO. Online trolls continue to target the actor.
According to reports, Amber Heard’s Twitter account has been deactivated. Amber Heard has experienced intense hatred and trolling ever since Amber’s ex-husband Johnny Depp’s defamation case trial gathered momentum.
Amber Heard Deletes Twitter
After the case’s verdict, the actor hasn’t really been on social media. Many people on social media now think that Amber deactivated her Twitter account once Elon Musk became Twitter’s new CEO. For those who are unaware, Elon Musk and Amber Heard were rumoured to be dating in 2017.
According to a report cited by Mashable, Amber Heard and her daughter Oonagh Paige relocated to a small town in Mallorca, Spain, after the lawsuit was settled. She seemed to have been living quietly in a town of fewer than 2,000 residents. The actress has hired a house with a 2.8 million euro price tag.
The actor is still the target of online harassment. The rumour of her leaving Twitter has gone popular on the microblogging platform. “Mr. Musk taking over Twitter has one benefit,” a Twitter user remarked. Amber Heard, “the queen of delusion and venom,” is quitting Twitter.
The widely publicised defamation trial is being turned into a movie, which brings us back to the lawsuit. The movie, Hot Take: The Depp/Heard Trial, will premiere only on the free Tubi streaming platform. According to Variety, the movie stars Mark Hapka as Depp and Megan Davis as Heard. Mark Hapka has previously been in Parallels and Days of Our Lives.
The trial, which gained fame online, lasted around six weeks and was held in Virginia, USA. After winning the well publicised slander lawsuit, Depp was awarded USD 10 million in compensatory damages and USD 5 million in punitive damages. Amber Heard, on the other side, was paid $2 million USD in compensation.
In 2018, Amber Heard wrote an article in which she talked about coping with domestic abuse, and the couple who divorced in 2016 fought over it in court.
After the story was published, Depp sued Heard for $50 million in damages. Trial proceedings began in April, and on June 1 Depp was declared innocent. When she published the article, Amber Heard accused Depp of abusing her, but the jury found that she lacked sufficient proof to support her claims.
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