‘Stop it NOW’: Eve Barlow slammed for doxxing YouTubers who make anti-Amber Heard videos

Heard’s pal has also asked people to sign a Change.org petition to 'put an end to hate for profit'


                            ‘Stop it NOW’: Eve Barlow slammed for doxxing YouTubers who make anti-Amber Heard videos
Eve Barlow is facing backlash for naming and shaming YouTubers who make videos against Amber Heard (Instagram/ @evebarlow and Frederick M Brown/Getty Images)
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Amber Heard’s friend Eve Barlow, who has relentlessly supported her throughout the defamation trial, has now launched an online war against some YouTubers who make videos against the actress. As Heard and Johnny Depp were battling it out in Virginia for six weeks, a number of Depp’s fans began creating content centered around it.

Most of the videos smeared the image of the ‘Aquaman’ actress and the attack is still oncoming even though a verdict in the case was announced on June 1. Barlow has reportedly had enough of her friend being disrespected and decided to take matters into her own hands as she targeted a YouTuber who is famously known as That Umbrella Guy. Barlow accused him of campaigning an online hate rally against ‘The Rum Diary’ actress and went so far as to reveal his real name.

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“Do you know who owns http://AmberHeard.net and http://EveBarlow.net? Matthew Lewis, aka That Umbrella Guy. YouTube grifter, disinformation spreader and misogynist bully. His hatred is obsessional and he’s making millions off it,” Barlow tweeted. Later, in another tweet, she urged people to sign a Change-org petition to “put an end to hate for profit” while revealing the identities of more content creators.

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Actress Amber Heard (R) departs the Fairfax County Courthouse on June 1, 2022 in Fairfax, Virginia (Win McNamee/Getty Images)

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The tweet read, “. @YouTube have allowed ‘internet journalists’ to monetize Amber Heard's pain throughout the Depp vs Heard trial. Sign the petition to put an end to hate for profit. #IStandWithAmberHeard."

However, Barlow’s efforts have been heavily slammed online with a user saying, “Eve Barlow doxxing TUGS real name again. Report her.” Another user shared, “This is to Eve. Leave the creators alone. You are harassing them. Doxxing them. Amber is no victim. We saw the trial. The whole trial. Are you going to go after us too. Stop it now.” “@Twitter @TwitterSupport this is DOXXING and should result in her account being banned, take away this person’s platform, they are using it illegally,” a third suggested.

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Actor Johnny Depp waves to supporters from his vehicle as he leaves a Fairfax County Courthouse May 27, 2022 in Fairfax, Virginia (Alex Wong/Getty Images)

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That Umbrella Guy also fired back at Barlow by tweeting: “It would be a DAMN shame if Eve Barlow lost her account for doxing for Amber Heard. I don't own those sites. Someone else bought them and linked them. I can't control others. Fartlow knows that too, and got booted from a trial for this same type of disinformation.”


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Slamming Barlow, someone said, “Funniest part is that he doesnt own them. Its a private equity firm that remains unlisted on the registration. She is literally #slandering him while #Doxxing him.” Another wrote: “When when justice catch up to #EveBarlow ?? @TwitterSupport why hasn't her account been banned for life? Eve is doxxing people! @FBI Where are you? This is a massive crime! #Doxxing #AmberIsALiar #UmbrellaGuy #BarlowForPrison.” 

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“Did you know doxxing is a crime?  Oh wait….look at who you are supporting, an abuser! #AmberHeardIsAnAbuser,” a tweet read. Another added: “Reported it. She keeps crying that you're obsessed but uh...clearly she is. You're reporting on a popular topic, and your fan base comes to you for that, it's not obsession. Her's is: especially due to this type of stuff.”

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