Johnny Depp fans want Camille Vasquez to run for president in 2024, show their love with new merch
T-shirts, sweatshirts, magnets, and even candles bearing Vasquez's name and image are available for sale online
Ever since lawyer Camille Vasquez and her team helped Johnny Depp win the defamation trial against Amber Heard, Depp fans have been showering her with immense love. And now, fans have produced merch devoted to the skilled attorney, with numerous things encouraging her to run for President, in addition to applauding her on social media.
T-shirts, sweatshirts, magnets, and even candles bearing Vasquez's name and image are available on the internet. In some goods, fans make comparisons between her and Depp's ex-girlfriend using lines like “In a world full of Ambers, be a Camille.” Others cited Vasquez's remarks during the cross-examination of Heard during the trial, including lines like "respectfully, that's not my question." Other items compare the legal eagle to Wonder Woman. The 'Pirates of the Caribbean' star admirers have even claimed that she and Depp should date, or possibly they already do; Vasquez, however, has refuted this claim and called it "unethical" to date clients.
“I care very deeply about my clients, and we have obviously become close. But when I say we, I mean the entire team, and of course that includes Johnny,” Vasquez stated to People, further stating the 'Edward Scissorhands' star has been both her friend and client for four-and-a-half years. Vasquez told The Post that she is very happy dating her boyfriend Edward Owen. “It’s also an unethical charge being made. It’s sexist,” she continued. “It’s unfortunate and it’s disappointing, but at the same time it kind of comes with the territory. I can’t say I was all that surprised.”
Vasquez was a common defamation litigator with more than ten years of legal expertise two months ago; she was hardly the kind of person one would anticipate to become an overnight internet sensation. Vasquez is currently relishing both the triumph that comes with a high-profile case and the burden of overnight fame. On Wednesday, June 8, Vasquez said on 'Good Morning America,' “It’s been surreal. If I’m being honest, a bit overwhelming. But if I can be an inspiration to young women who want to go to law school and study and work hard, then I’m all for it.”
Vasquez received a promotion to partner in the Southern California office of Brown Rudnick. She was formerly a colleague. Vasquez, a native of San Francisco, graduated from the University of Southern California with honors for his undergraduate degree and from Southwestern Law School in Los Angeles for her law degree. After only four years at Brown Rudnick, she received a promotion to partner.