Focus on his strength. Amber Hard Announcing a social media break before the latest legal battle with him Johnny Depp.
“I’m going offline for the next few weeks. As you may know, I will be in Virginia, where I will face my ex-husband Johnny Depp in court, ”Hard, 35, shared on Instagram on Saturday, April 9. “Johnny is suing me for an op-ed written by me in the Washington Post, where I describe my experience of violence and domestic abuse.”
In 2018, d Aquaman The star wrote an essay on her abuse experience, which she recalls from a young age, long before her marriage to Depp, 58, with whom she began dating in 2012 before their 2015 marriage. In 2019, the Caribbean pirates The star filed a $ 50 million defamation suit against Hard for publishing the piece, in which he wrote that he had “become a public figure representing domestic violence” and “felt the full force of our culture’s rage for those who speak out.”
In his statement Saturday, Texas Native defended its op-ed. “I did not name her, but I wrote that women have to pay the price for speaking out against the men in power.” “I will continue to pay the price, but hopefully, once this case is over, I will be able to move on and so will Johnny.” I’ve always loved Johnny and it’s hard for me to live together in the details of our past lives. “
In August 2020, Hard sued his ex for 100 million, alleging that Fantastic Beast and Where to Find The star has intervened in her career, interfering with casting and approval deals. He is suing for defamation after Depp’s attorney Adam Waldman Several outlets have been told that her story is “fake” and a “sexual violence hoax.”
The lawsuit follows a November 2020 defamation suit that Depp lost in the UK after he sued a British outlet. The sun To describe her as “wife beater”. The court ruled that the narrator was “sufficiently truthful” and that the UK Court of Appeals had refused to allow him to appeal the verdict in March 2021.
Hard and Depp’s divorce was filed in May 2016 and was finalized in January 2017.
In his note on Saturday, Hard thanked his supporters. “At this point, I recognize the ongoing support that I’ve had the good fortune to think about over the years, and in the coming weeks I’ll be more inclined than ever before,” he wrote.
Gesture Star India Moore Appreciate the model in the comments section. “It’s so weak and so hard to process private things in public,” Moore wrote. “A lot of people love both of your work and want you both to have the opportunity to heal and grow and to practice their growth and healing. May you both come to truth and harmony and to compassion and love! ”
If you or someone you know has experienced domestic violence, please call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233 for confidential assistance.