Amber Heard celebrates Johnny Depp's court loss with 'one dress, four years apart' post, Internet calls her 'liar'

Heard wore the black dress in 2016 when she filed domestic abuse allegations against Depp and in the second pic, she is seen wearing the same dress when she testified against Depp in the libel case


                            Amber Heard celebrates Johnny Depp's court loss with 'one dress, four years apart' post, Internet calls her 'liar'
Amber Heard has shared two photos captioning 'one dress, four years apart' (Instagram)
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Amber Heard and Johnny Depp's court battles have been news fodder for quite some time. And even as both celebrate the small victories along the way, the drama is far from over. And if Depp is spending more than usual time at the courts, there is one person who might just be regaling in that. This comes after a decision by a UK court to stop the appeal by Depp's side following a ruling against him in his libel case against The Sun.

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Taking to her Instagram, Heard shared two pictures that were taken four years apart wearing the same clothes but at two important times in her life. Captioning the post, "One dress, four years apart. Sometimes it’s important to wear the same thing twice," it sure looks like she might just have been celebrating a victory over Depp, taking a shot at him.

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The first time that the 'Aquaman' actress wore the black dress was in 2016 when she filed domestic abuse allegations against her former husband and got a restraining order against Depp. In the second pic, Heard is seen wearing the same dress when she went to testify against Depp in the libel case. The photo was clicked in November 2020.

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Depp's libel case was not against Heard, but it depended on her testimony. Depp had sued the UK paper The Sun after the publication referred to him as a "wife beater". Therefore, Heard's claims of abuse at the hands of Depp were at the center of it all. According to the latest reports, the judge found the case in favor of The Sun largely because he found Heard's testimony to be "substantially true."

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Amber Heard and Johnny Depp (Getty Images)

Fans of the actress are standing by her side throughout this ordeal with many calling her journey inspirational. "The way I never would’ve noticed this was the same dress... Seeing the difference between now and then is just so heartbreaking, yet incredibly inspiring. Look what you overcame, @realamberheard. Just look!  The only glow up that will ever matter!"

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Some people called her out though. "Amber Heard the liar/abuser has become very cocky since this UK verdict. She also decided to post a picture of herself wearing a dress from 4 years ago when she pretended she was assaulted.Gone girl springs to mind.Manipulation. #JusticeForJohnnyDepp #amberheardisahusbandbeater." Another user tweeted, "A true would victim would never enjoy reliving and posting the worst moments of their abusive relationship. Amber Heard is out here posting about some dress she wore to trial with petty remarks while Johnny Depp didn’t even glance at her during the trial."

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But there were others who said that it isn't even the same dress. And so, hashtags that called her everything from a liar to an abuser, and some calling for justice for Depp started doing the rounds. "This isn't even the same dress. Amber Heard can't help but lie. #JusticeForJohnnyDepp," a user said. "That girl must have been really drunk when she post this that ain't the same #blackdress #johnnydepp #JusticeForJohnnyDepp #amberheard #AmberHeardIsAnAbuser #AmberHeardIsALiar #amberturd," another user tweeted. "Same dress, completely different material. How do you know Amber Heard is lying? She opens her mouth. #JusticeForJohnnyDepp," another said along similar lines.

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