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Babes Against Bullshit: Why Should We Believe Amber Heard?

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The MeToo Movement has become the focal point of the Johnny Depp-Amber Heard drama recently wrapped up in a US courtroom. The jury is currently deliberating over who should win the case, with the earliest date being tomorrow, but there is no known time that the verdict will come back. I’ve seen several headlines over the past few days which say things like, “why we’ve failed Amber Heard.” While I have not read these articles, it makes me sick to think the media is trying to turn the narrative around to make it look like Johnny is still the aggressor.

I am not an Amber Heard fan, but I am not a Johnny Depp fan either. I believe in where the evidence leans, which is in Johnny’s favour. Like with all media interests, I will likely be accused of siding with a domestic violence aggressor. It wouldn’t be the first time I’ve been ridiculed. I’ve been accused of being racist because I don’t praise Meghan Markle. It’s the same tiresome act.

If there is one thing I’ve learned from the Sussex crap, the PR machine is ALWAYS turning. Five PR spun narratives are put out for every negative headline to counter the truth. People like this want to transform the world into a one-sided society where only their opinion matters.

Amber Heard is making a mockery of actual abuse victims. Things she has said have not added up and are not consistent. I’ve said from the beginning that she is not a victim. Early evidence shows this. I’ve seen body language experts comb through the footage from interviews relating to the case and the previous lawsuit of Johnny suing a UK publication for that now-infamous wife-beater article.

Victims With Evidence Should Be Believed

Amber Heard had no proper evidence to hold against her ex-husband. All she had were photoshopped pictures of herself with PUFFY eyes. Her eyes weren’t blackened, despite what her ex-best friend has said. I’ve seen people post photos of themselves with black eyes as comparisons on Twitter.

Yes, they could be photoshopped, but I doubt it. That’s when we come to the story about the poo. At one point, Amber claimed it was a joke. However, she changed the story. She now claims it was her and Johnny’s dogs, Pistol and Boo, who did it. How could such big faeces come from dogs that size?

I’ve also heard people say that Amber and her people have changed the narrative multiple times. This is implied in a Yahoo article that claims that Ms Heard may face further legal actions for perjury. Again, this doesn’t surprise me, as this is not how a victim acts. There is no right or wrong way to behave. However, if Mr Depp had abused her, Amber would’ve been crying frequently. Also, she would’ve broken down whenever she spoke about the case.

Also, Amber openly admits on an audio recording to hitting Johnny. She was also heard saying that he wouldn’t be believed if he came out saying he was a domestic violence survivor. The longstanding stereotype is that only women are domestic violence victims, which isn’t true. In a post I wrote a few days ago, I mentioned Phil Hartman. He was an actor whom his wife murdered in the late 90s in a murder-suicide.

Another example is John Price, who was murdered by his partner, Katherine Knight. She chopped up his body and attempted to feed it to his children.

Men can be victims of domestic abuse just like women. As the hashtag says, #AbuseHasNoGender.

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C.J. Hawkings has written for the now-defunct Entertainment website, Movie Pilot and the still functioning WhatCulture and ScreenRant. She prides herself as a truth seeker and will do (almost) anything for coffee or Coke No Sugar. Oh! And food!

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