'Fiction novel': Johnny Depp fans slam Amber Heard's alleged tell-all book deal

Heard lost the defamation trial against the 58-year-old actor and has to pay him $10.35 million in damages


                            'Fiction novel': Johnny Depp fans slam Amber Heard's alleged tell-all book deal
Actress Amber Heard departs the Fairfax County Courthouse on May 27, 2022 in Fairfax, Virginia (Drew Angerer/Getty Images)
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It has been a while since Johnny Depp and Amber Heard's courtroom drama ended but it seems their fans are not over it yet. The online attack against the actors, especially Heard, is getting uglier day by day. Now, a Twitter account – @JusticeSquad2 – has claimed that the 36-year-old actress “is going to write a book” but also added that it won’t interest people much.

The tweet read: “Amber Heard is going to write a book people are going to be mad for like 5 seconds and then nobody will give a damn because we’re going to be going to the theaters to watch Johnny Depp in his 3rd blockbuster classic movie of the year.” Several others joined @JusticeSquad2 in ridiculing ‘The Rum Diary’ star.

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A user mocked, “And you will find the book at a local Dollar Tree.” Another said, “I said during the trial she was writing notes for her tell-all and how long til she tries to land a book deal! 🤦🏻‍♀️🤣.” “Doesn’t she have to put pen to paper to write a book 🤔,” a third user joked.

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Actress Amber Heard (R) departs the Fairfax County Courthouse on June 1, 2022 in Fairfax, Virginia. The jury in the Depp vs. Heard case awarded actor Johnny Depp $15 million (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)

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“Haha points for the most original title to her book. My guess.. From Nutter to Gutter, “ a person tweeted. Another remarked: “Yeah but will take years for her to learn the f***ing English language to be able to write a book. If she thinks pledge and donate mean the same thing I’m not confident this book will make sense.”


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A tweet read, “Ya her career as an actress is over, I guess she’s going to try her hand at ✨ fiction novelist ✨.” “I'm asking society as a whole to nominate one person who'll review the tripe so no one else feels a need to buy it. Sidenote, if she writes her lies in a published book is that not another form of defamation or at least libel?” another wondered. “I will wait till it is in the thrift stores (for not selling) then buy it to use for toilet paper!” a comment added.

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A Depp fan tweeted: “I hope #AmberHeard does write a book…if she can figure out how to get her pen on the paper, there’ll be more grounds for more defamation suits which means more #CamilleVazquez and #BenChew! #JohnnyDeppVsAmberHeardTrial.” A person who goes by the username @simplymattyboy stated, “I Hate to say it but probably the only Book i’ll burn 🔥🔥🔥 Without batting an eye.” “The perfect title of the book would be: "Meaningless" - The art of convulsively getting attention even though no one cares,” another user noted.

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The speculations regarding Heard writing a book started after she lost the defamation case brought against her by the ‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory’ star. The Virginia court on June 1 ruled in favor of Depp and awarded him $10.35 million in damages. But the court found just one accusation of Heard true and gave her $2 million in damages, which left her disheartened.

The ‘Aquaman’ actress shared a statement after the decision was out and said, “The disappointment I feel today is beyond words. I'm heartbroken that the mountain of evidence still was not enough to stand up to the disproportionate power, influence and sway of my ex husband.”

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“I believe Johnny's attorneys succeeded in getting the jury to overlook the key issue of Freedom of Speech and ignore evidence that was so conclusive that we won in the U.K. I'm sad I lost this case. But I am sadder still that I seem to have lost a right I thought I had as an American - to speak freely and openly,” Heard added.

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