Most of the celebrities stay silent Confrontation in the courtroom Between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard amid the ongoing defamation trial, but a select few have chosen a side.
The majority are probably tired of being heated by the audience – as Drew Barrymore did when You “underestimated” the allegations On her talk show then she had to back out.
“It’s, like, one layer of madness — it’s a seven-layered regression of madness,” the Never Kissed star said previously on “The Drew Barrymore Show” about the issue.
Depp, 58, sues Heard, 36, more 2018 Washington Post, editorial She wrote, describing herself in it as a victim of sexual violence.
Although the “Aquaman” star was not named the “Pirates of the Caribbean” star in the piece, she was written just a few years after she did. He was accused of abuse in a 2016 restraining order.
Now that both representatives have taken a stand in Fairfax County, Va. , Court, more stars share who they think, a few weeks before a jury will consider their decision.
Who supports Johnny Depp:
Chris Rock took the stage during the UK leg of his ‘Ego Death’ world tour on March 12, reportedly discussing Depp’s allegations that Heard Leave stool on his bed.
According to British digital publisher LADBiblethe comedian told the audience, “Believe all women, believe all women…except for Amber Heard…”
Then he added, seemingly believing Depp’s claims, “What does she want? She’s in his bed! She’s okay but not okay.”
he heard defecate denied on her former bed.
Ireland Baldwin Heard called “a terrible person.” On Instagram Story during the trial.
“The thing is, I know women exactly like that,” Alec Baldwin’s oldest child said in late April.
“They are manipulative and cold and use their very femininity to play the victim and turn the world against the man because we live in a society where it’s cool to say that all men are at their worst and so and so and so.”
Joe Rogan Heard condemned on the popular podcast “The Joe Rogan Experience” saying she’s a “crazy lady” and that its allegations are “incorrect”.
He told millions of listeners, “I’m watching this trial, and it’s, say, a cautionary tale about believing in bulls, and making up a story in your head like, ‘We’re rebellious together.'”
“People who are only manipulative and full of things like that? [Comedian] Doug Stanhope knows her. Stanhope buddies with Johnny Depp. He wrote something… like a little article about how full of life she was, and threatened to sue himI think he should have finished removing it.”
Bill Burr admitted in early May that he didn’t necessarily watch Depp Heard’s trial because he was “a big Johnny Depp fan” to watch it, but said he thought people should apologize to the “Edward Scissorhands” star if Heard lost.
“From what I’ve seen, the man is wrecking,” the comedian, 52, said on the “Monday Morning Podcast.” According to Mediate.
“And the cool thing about this, is that if he really exposed this woman to the lie, I wonder. All these people, you know, accepted her lies about him, if they were apologizing in some way.”
Aniston’s support for Depp was smarter than the others, as he quietly took to social media on his side.
Who supports Amber Heard:
Not many celebrities came to Heard’s defense, but Howard Stern didn’t hold back Depp blown up for “exaggeration” at trial.
The legendary radio host said on his SiriusXM show in late April, “The reason he wanted it – he wanted to broadcast it on TV. [because] That’s what narcissists do.”
“I think Johnny Depp is a huge narcissist and what I mean by that is – he thought, ‘I’m going to put this on TV and because I’m so persuasive and because I’m so smart, I’m a great guy. “
Stern continued, “If he’s not acting—I mean, he’s over-acting because he’s writing his own material while he’s on. You know, I have to tell you he’s wrong. He shouldn’t be showing this on TV in any way.”