A crowd of admirers of actor Johnny Depp has been gathering to Fairfax, Virginia to extend their emotional support to comfort him during his denouncement trial against his ex-wife, Amber Heard.
According to the news, some supporters have come as far as Australia and they’ve been showing up and filling the courtroom on daily basis that the star has been testifying against Amber Heard.
Andrea Diaz, one of such fan has come up with a unique way by bringing two support alpacas for his beloved actor. Andrea stood outer the courtroom with the two fuzzy animals. The fan said that she thought that the furry animal might revitalize Depp’s day at the court room.
Andrea, though acknowledged that the actor may not essentially see her two alpacas, who she named as Dolce and Inti, because he go into and walking out the court through a gated black secluded entry. Regardless of that, the fan said she thought that she would just give it a try.
Andrea underway an occupation in the course of the pandemic to bring alpacas to children to elevate their state of mind and hopeful that she could do the same for Depp as well.
The support of the alpacas was apparently in orientation to a statement made prior in the trial, in which Depp was asked by Amber’s attorney J. Benjamin Rottenborn about recommencing to the famous character of Captain Jack Sparrow.
The attorney questioned Depp if Disney came to him with $300 million and a million alpacas, nothing on this earth would get him to go back and work with Disney on Pirates of the Caribbean film. To which, Depp replied that yes, this is true.
Andrea said that she hope her beloved actor gets justice in due course.
One of the alpacas, Dolce, was even photographed outer the court with a insignia around his neck reading ‘justice for Johnnie’.
The court hearing has stormed on for two weeks now, with Depp taking legal action against his ex-wife over a 2018 piece written in The WaPo, where Amber claimed to have been a prey of domestic and sexual exploitation.
On the other hand, Depp wrapped up his testimony against Amber claiming rather he had been the prey of physical attack by his ex-wife.
Depp’s attorney, Camille Vasquez finished her interrogations to Depp on Monday (April 26) by asking what he said in reaction when Amber said to tell the world, that he too, is a prey of domestic ferocity. Depp answered and said, yes, he is.