Johnny Depp fans target Amber Heard after he loses libel battle, trolls tell her to 'burn in f**king hell'

'In a world, that is meant to have equal rights, why is it Johnny's career that has been torn apart,' said a fan

                            Johnny Depp fans target Amber Heard after he loses libel battle, trolls tell her to 'burn in f**king hell'
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Amber Heard is facing brutal attacks on social media from trolls after Johnny Depp lost his High Court libel battle. Fans of the Hollywood star picked on his ex-wife after a judge ruled that Depp had resorted to violence during the course of their relationship. Depp's fans have launched a barrage of messages at Heard with messages, saying they wish she was dead, according to the Daily Mail. 

"Amber heard deserves to burn in fucking hell," wrote a fan of the 'Pirates of the Caribbean' star. "Johnny Depp was yelled at, beaten, mutilated, tortured, falsely accused by his abuser of crimes committed against him, he lost jobs, almost lost his life & is fighting for his reputation against a system that glorifies female abusers like Amber Heard. NEVER FORGET, NEVER FORGIVE," read another tweet.

"In a world, that is meant to have equal rights, why is it Johnny's career that has been torn apart whilst that woman who admitted to domestic violence abuse still allowed her career. #JusticeForJohnnyDepp #[email protected] @warnerbros answer the question?" read another tweet. "Amber is a real-time dark witch who brings darkness into Johnny's life. She came to rob him and tarnish his reputation to ruin his career. now we are here to destroy her career. boycott amber forever. #BoycottAmberHeard #JusticeForJohhnyDepp #[email protected]," tweeted another. "FCK U AMBER HEARD!!!! You're the true monster not just being a lair and abusive but by ruining a great mans Life and Career! WTF SO FCKING DISGUSTING! #JusticeForJohhnyDepp #AmberHeardIsAnAbuser," read another tweet. 






Heard, 34, had earlier claimed her 57-year-old ex-husband beat her up during their time together. Those close to the 'Aquaman' actress said she has struggled to deal with the abuse over the past two years, with one source speaking to The Daily Mail on Sunday, saying, "It is just so gross and it has taken its toll in a way you wouldn't believe." In August, Heard filed court papers within which she stated that her ex-husband "spearheaded" a professional smear campaign against her and allegedly ordered for her to be "drowned with online attacks" during their domestic abuse case at London's High Court. She also claimed – in US legal documents, which are part of a counterclaim filed in Virginia where Depp is suing her for defamation – that the star and his former lawyer Adam Waldman tried to "harass and damage" her during the three-week libel trial. Last Monday, judge Mr. Justice Nicol ruled that The Sun's report that stated that Depp was violent towards Heard was "substantially true."

On Friday Depp was forced to quit his role in 'Fantastic Beasts 3', a Harry Potter spin-off written by JK Rowling, with whom he's friends. Depp confirmed via a statement on Instagram that he plans to contest the ruling. 

Depp's Statement in full

"Firstly I'd like to thank everybody who has gifted me with their support and loyalty. I have been humbled and moved by your many messages of love and concern, particularly over the last few days. Secondly, I wish to let you know that I have been asked to resign by Warner Bros. from my role as Grindelwald in Fantastic Beasts and I have respected that and agreed to that request.

Finally, I wish to say this, The surreal judgment of the court in the UK will not change my fight to tell the truth and I confirm that I plan to appeal. My resolve remains strong and I intend to prove that the allegations against me are false. My life and career will not be defined by this moment in time. Thank you for reading. Sincerely, Johnny Depp."

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