Following his lawsuit, Johnny Depp has gained over 4 million TikTok followers

After launching an account on the social media network on Tuesday morning, actor Johnny Depp had amassed over 4 million followers on TikTok.

Depp, 58, dedicated a single video to his fans on TikTok around 11 a.m. EST, and it received more than 2 million views in less than two hours. He also shared the footage on his Facebook and Instagram pages.

Various clips of supporters supporting him on during his defamation trial against ex-wife and actress Amber Heard were included in the video. Johnny Depp included footage of him driving to and from the courthouse, as well as snippets from his different musical performances in the United Kingdom.

He also thanked his supporters for their support in a lengthy caption on the video. Johnny Depp never expressly addressed the trial in the caption.

“To all of my most cherished, steadfast, and steadfast supporters. We’ve been everywhere together and witnessed everything. We’ve both been along the same path. Because you cared, we did the right thing together “In the post, he wrote. “And now we’ll all work together to move forward. You are, as always, my employers, and there is no way for me to express my gratitude other than to say thank you. So, thank you very much. JD, you have my love and respect.”

In response to the video, a spokesman for Heard stated, “‘I’m going forward,’ says Johnny Depp. Women’s rights are regressing. The verdict’s message to domestic violence victims is… Don’t be afraid to speak up and stand up for what you believe in.”

Following his court win last week, Johnny Depp took to social media to express his reaction to the jury ruling.

“The purpose of pursuing this lawsuit from the start was to uncover the truth, regardless of the outcome. I owed it to my children and all those who have remained strong in their support for me to tell the truth. I’m relieved that I’ve finally completed that task. I am and have been amazed by the outpouring of love, support, and generosity from all corners of the globe “In a statement shared on Facebook and Instagram, Johnny Depp said.

Following a 2018 op-ed Heard penned for the Washington Post in which she claimed she was a victim of domestic abuse, Depp sued her for $50 million. Heard then countersued Depp for $100 million, claiming that Depp and his former lawyer attempted to “destroy and slander” her.

The jury deliberated for over 13 hours during the nearly six-week trial, which ended on June 1. Depp was granted $10 million in compensatory damages and $5 million in punitive penalties, with presiding Judge Penney Azcarate limiting the actor’s punitive damages award to $350,000, as required by Virginia law. After a jury found she was also defamed when Depp’s lawyer, Adam Waldman, said she faked an alleged assault, Heard was granted $2 million in compensatory damages.

Neither Heard nor Depp have announced any new projects on social media. Heard is confirmed to feature in “Aquaman 2,” which is set to hit theatres in 2023. Depp was most recently in the United Kingdom for the remainder of English guitarist Jeff Beck’s tour.

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