Amber Heard reacts to Johnny Depp's TikTok debut following trial win the rights of women are being pushed in the opposite direction.

Johnny Depp and Amber's explosive defamation trial concluded this week, where both actors were found guilty in lawsuits made against each other.

Amber Heard reacts to Johnny Depp's TikTok debut following trial win the rights of women are being pushed in the opposite direction.

Amber Heard reacts to Johnny Depp's TikTok debut following trial win the rights of women are being pushed in the opposite direction.

Johnny Depp and Amber's explosive defamation trial concluded this week, where both actors were found guilty in lawsuits made against each other. Heard had to settle $15 millions in compensation to Depp. After the verdict, Johnny stunned his fan base when he joined TikTok and shared his first tweet on the social network.

In his initial TikTok post in which he thanked his fans for their loyalty and emphasised his determination to put the incident over and move on and move on. He wrote, "We've been everywhere together We've witnessed everything together. We've walked the same path together. The right choice was made for the sake of caring. "And now, we'll be moving forward in a united way."

The message about "moving towards" was criticized by his ex-wife Amber Heard in a statement she made through her spokesperson, which reads, "As Johnny Depp says that he's moving forward, women's rights are being pushed back. The verdict's message to those who suffer who are victims of domestic abuse is ... do not be scared to be heard" via People.

This isn't the first time Heard discussed the impact of the defamation trial decision on women's rights protests. In the past, when she posted an Instagram post in her Instagram in the aftermath of losing against Depp in the trial she stated that she was dissatisfied with the outcome for women and described it as an affront to those who would like to come out and stand up against domestic violence.

The trial for defamation was based on her 2017 Washington Post op-ed where she claimed to be an alleged victim of domestic violence.

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