‘FAKE CRYING’: Depp die-hards mock moments from Amber Heard’s testimony.

Amber Heard’s testimony has enraged followers of Johnny Depp.
Since she entered the testimony in her defamation lawsuit against Depp, the actress, 36, has been bombarded with claims that she is “faking tears” on the witness.
Heard spoke for two days, blaming her ex-husband, 58, of physical abuse and conducting a “cavity check,” claiming she kept his cocaine in her vagina.

When asked about her turbulent marriage to Depp, the “Aquaman” actor was very distraught. Since #IStandWithAmberHeard began trending on Twitter on Thursday, not all followers opted to poke.

Her evidence hasn’t swayed Depp’s fans.

Following her testimony, Depp fans went to Twitter and TikTok. “OMG I’m DYING,” commented one Twitter user. “Amber Heard is the worst actress in history. This phony incomprehensible PERFORMANCE is revolting… There are too many details, phony sighs, forced tears, and jury glances all over the place. This is an EMBARRASSMENT to all survivors.”

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According to another user, Heard was “putting on the show of her life.”
Meanwhile, videos with the hashtag #JusticeForJohnny have been seen over 8.3 billion times on TikTok.

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One popular video combines snippets of Heard sobbing on the stand with the Kim Kardashian narration “This is so revolting. You are guilty, “playing in the lead Since it was posted, the video has received over 5.2 million likes.

The “Pirates of the Caribbean” actor is suing his ex-wife for $50 million in retaliation for an op-ed she wrote in the Washington Post in 2018 in which she alluded to herself as “a well known person representing domestic abuse.”

Although the article did not name Depp, his agent, Jack Whigham, testified that the damage on his profession has been “catastrophic.”

According to his team, Depp, who was previously one of the highest-paid performers in the world, can no longer secure a major movie job.

Heard, 36, has countersued Depp, 58, and his former lawyer for $100 million, accusing them of colluding to “destroy and discredit” her.

The trial was slated to continue May 16 after a one-week hiatus, with Heard resuming to the witness stand in the Fairfax County Circuit Courthouse in Virginia.