Moira Penza, 100+ Women: Stop Mocking Women on Social Media; Cite Worst Case Abuse of Victim Amber Heard

By Anna B. Mercury

On the website, AmberOpenLetter.com, NXIVM prosecutor Moria Kim Penza and about 100 women and women’s organizations lent their support to Amber Heard in a letter.

They want an end to online harassment, mocking and intimidating women who report sexual and domestic abuse.  

They speak out against how social media platforms humiliated Heard. They call for an end to “a monetized social media environment where a woman’s allegations of domestic violence and sexual assault were mocked for entertainment.” 

Too many people, especially men, found it entertaining.

These women, including Penza, want to end it. 

As Elon Musk, who is a man, said of Twitter, “free speech doesn’t mean free reach.”

The signatories include gender justice organizations. They include domestic violence and sexual assault advocacy organizations. They include academics, lawyers like Penza, therapists, and “survivors.”

This group believes Heard is a victim and survivor of her former husband Johnny Depp’s abuse.

They point out that after the Depp-Heard defamation trial, people on social media condemned, mocked, and misunderstood the victim Heard.

What happened to an innocent victim like Heard is egregious and will prevent other victims from reporting domestic abuse. The social media mockers will silence women everywhere.

To inform readers from other planets who may not follow news on Earth, Depp sued his former wife Heard. He claimed a Washington Post op-ed she authored defamed him. 

In short, he claimed he was a victim.

In 2022, a six-week trial in Virginia on Depp’s allegations became a media circus. 

Heard and Depp testified in court as TV cameras filmed the proceedings and broadcast it live. It was entertainment, because Depp is so damn good on camera, and Heard is not bad.

And because they testified about their mutual hatred. They tried to outdo each other with embarrassing revelations. With graphic and sometimes dubious allegations of sexual and domestic abuse, they entertained Earthlings everywhere.

One of the most mocked issues was about shit – canine or human.

Depp testified Heard defecated on his bed.

She said it wasn’t her, but their Yorkshire Poo named Boo who shit the bed.

She tried to turn shit into Shinola and arouse the ire of animal lovers.

She said Boo got into Johnny’s stash of marijuana.

“[Boo] had eaten Johnny’s weed when she was a puppy and had bowel control issues for her entire life,” she said.

Depp said it wasn’t their Yorkie Poo based on the quantity. 

There were photos.

Photos of faeces left in Johnny Depp’s bed which Amber Heard blamed on a Yorkshire dog. The story inspired reactions and memes across social media, mocking Heard with Twitter hashtags like #MePoo and #AmberTurd. People could hardly wipe the smile of their faeces.

A Depp security guard, Starling Jenkins, testified Heard admitted it was her shit and that.Amber owned it. He said she told him it was “a horrible practical joke gone wrong.”
 
 

In June 2022, a Fairfax County, Virginia, jury returned a verdict supporting Depp’s claim of defamation.

In any event, the Heard sorority wants men like Depp stopped.

They want an end to “sex-based harassment” victims like Heard facing “retaliation through the misuse of defamation lawsuits.”

So let us get to the letter, Moira Penza and others signed:

Open Letter in Support of Amber Heard

Five months ago, the verdict in the defamation trial between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard deeply concerned many professionals in the fields of intimate partner and sexual violence.
As many, including A.O. Scott for The New York Times have noted, the vilification of Ms. Heard and ongoing online harassment of her and those who have voiced support for her have been unprecedented in both vitriol and scale. 
Much of this harassment was fueled by disinformation, misogyny, biphobia, and a monetized social media environment where a woman’s allegations of domestic violence and sexual assault were mocked for entertainment. The same disinformation and victim-blaming tropes are now being used against others who have alleged abuse.
In our opinion, the Depp v. Heard verdict and continued discourse around it indicate a fundamental misunderstanding of intimate partner and sexual violence and how survivors respond to it. The damaging consequences of the spread of this misinformation are incalculable. We have grave concerns about the rising misuse of defamation suits to threaten and silence survivors.
We condemn the public shaming of Amber Heard and join in support of her. We support the ability of all to report intimate partner and sexual violence free of harassment and intimidation.

You can read the long list of women and women’s groups that signed the Heard letter below.

But first, let us hear from a man who, like all men, is an oppressor of all women, including Amber Heard. He is Aristotle’s Sausage.

He commented:

The Amber Heard support letter states, “We support the ability of all to report intimate partner and sexual violence.”

That part is great. I agree. It’s some of the preceding statements that are troubling:

“We condemn the public shaming of Amber Heard”…

This sounds like advocating for restricting free speech. What exactly is “public shaming”, and who decides?

“We have grave concerns about the rising misuse of defamation suits to threaten and silence survivors…”

This seems like advocating for restricting due process.

What, this class of people termed survivors can’t be sued for defamation? That seems like a violation of the Equal Protection clause. And this statement, as a whole, seems like a lack of faith in the judicial system.

Amber Heard lost, therefore the system is broken. That’s the line Keith Raniere’s defenders take.

Johnny Depp sued Heard for defamation and (largely) won. A jury agreed she had defamed him. There is a high bar for proving defamation in US courts, and Heard crossed it. So said the jury.

This was not some frivolous lawsuit. Depp had a solid case, and he won. Mostly.

As for public ridicule, c’mon, this was a high profile case involving two celebrities. Who were at each other’s throats. In a very public way. Airing their dirty laundry in the press, no less.

Heard had published nasty details of their relationship in a newspaper for Chrissake! Can’t complain then when it blows up online.

As for “disinformation”, wasn’t Heard guilty of that very thing when she published lies about Depp in the newspaper? Which was the very basis of the lawsuit.

Which Depp won.

Moira Penza should not have signed this letter.

Moira Penza

It is shitty but people who may not have given a shit about the lawsuit and the shit ton of evidence against Depp perked up with the dog shit story.
They did not buy Amber’s dog-shit-the-bed-story and believed it was a shitty thing to do, made shittier by her not owning her own shit. 
People hate that shit, and would not let that shit ride.  They thought she was the shitbag, I shit you not, even though she’s a woman and women do not lie and #believe the woman.
They felt, you don’t shit where you sleep, and holy shit they would go apeshit if someone shit the bed and that was bad shit she did. And on social media they were all over it like a fly on shit and their memes made everyone happy as a pig in shit. 
But these shitty people did not realize they knocked the shit out of poor Amber, and the seriousness of the whole domestic justice issue turned to shit. These mockers were mean as cat shit and twice as nasty, and this was not a pile of shit, but some serious shit that women everywhere should take notice, since if not, women everywhere will have to duck when the shit hits the fan with domestic abuse. It is like telling women everywhere to eat shit, and it’s just jack shit, and if that happens, then women everywhere will be up shit’s creek without a paddle. A shit fight between a man and woman can cause a shitload of social media and make all women feel like shit and that they are in deep shit, even if the man says a crock of shit. 
Women should not have to take shit from a man in court or on social media. Women do give a shit, and Depp would have been shit out of luck if it weren’t for monetized social media. And if we women don’t give a shit about it then everything women do will turn to shit, and if we fight it, then sure as shit, that piece of shit Depp who stirred up shit won’t get away with shit. 
And we will create a world where when a woman shits on a man’s bed and leaves it there, no one will think it the least bit funny.  

The organizations that support Amber Heard are

Aidileys • Associazione Iroko Onlus • Chicago Alliance Against Sexual Exploitation (CAASE)  •  CCChat Magazine  • Custody Peace • Cyber Civil Rights Initiative • Center for Safety and Change  • Clearinghouse on Women’s Issues  Crumiller  • The Feminist Litigation Firm •  Democratic Activists for Women Now •  Engendered Collective •  EnoughIsEnough Voter Project • Equal Rights Advocates • Equality Now • Esperanza United (formerly Casa de Esperanza: National Latin@ Network) •  Every Voice Coalition • Fearless! Hudson Valley, Inc. • Female Filmaker Fuse • Feminist Majority Foundation • Futures Without Violence • C.A. Goldberg, PLLC, Victims’ Rights Law Firm • Hope’s Door •  Know Your IX • LIFT: Living in Freedom Together, Worcester • McAllister Olivarius • Military Rape Crisis Center • Ms. Magazine •The National Organization for Women • The National Organization for Women: Virginia Chapter • National Women’s Law Center • Öfgar • Osez le Féminisme  • Refuge: for Women & Children. Against Domestic Violence. •  Réseau International des Mères en Lutte • Sakhi for South Asian Women • Sanctuary for Families  • Sexual Violence Prevention Association • The Asian Feminist • The Mary Sue • Movement of Mothers • The Pixel Project • The Safe Center LI • UltraViolet • Victim Focus • Violence Free Minnesota •  WeSpoke • Women’s March Action • Women’s March Foundation • Women’s Equal Justice Project •

INDIVIDUALS

Renée B. Adams, 

Professor, University of Oxford

Dr. Esohe Aghatise, 

Executive Director, Associazione Iroko Onlus

Cheryl A. Alexander, 

L.I.C.S.W., RMT Trauma Informed Psychotherapist in Private Practice

Aisha Ali-Khan,

British Women’s Rights Campaigner, Women United Organisation

Sara Ahmed, 

Independent Scholar, Author, “Complaint!”

Kate Amber, 

PgCert, Founder, End Coercive Control USA

Dr. Adrienne Barnett, 

Reader in Law, Brunel Law School, Brunel University London

Dr. Mikaila Mariel Lemonik Arthur, 

Professor of Sociology, Rhode Island College

Kelly Asao,

Professor of Psychology, Westminster College

Dr. Kate Balestrieri,

Licensed Clinical and Forensic Psychologist, Certified Sex Therapist & Founder of Modern Intimacy

Dr. Nicole Bedera, 

Sociologist

Nicole Bell, 

Founder and CEO, LIFT Living in Freedom Together

Panayiota Bertzikis,
CEO/Founder Military Rape Crisis Center

Amy Betts,
Founder of Aidileys – Rights, Family Court Information Services 

Elizabeth Blackney, 

Survivor and Activist

Antoinette Bonsignore, J.D., 

Legal and Prosecutorial Analyst, Case Systems Training Review Program, Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission

Anna Boucher, 

Associate Professor in Public Policy and Political Science (LSE) and admitted Solicitor, Supreme Court NSW, Australia

Lindsey Boylan,

Women’s Rights Activist

Dr. Stephanie Ann Brandt MD, 

Faculty and Chairman, Ethics Committee, New York Psychoanalytic Institute New York, NY, Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, Weill Cornell Medical College, New York, Experienced Forensic Evaluation and Testimony in Family, Supreme and Federal ( EDNY + SDNY ) Child focused Litigation

Susan J. Brison, 

Eunice and Julian Cohen Professor for the Study of Ethics and Human Values, Dartmouth College

Professor Ann Bartow, 

University of New Hampshire School of Law.

Laura S Brown, Ph.D. 

ABPP, psychologist in private practice, past President, APA Division of Trauma Psychology and Society for The Psychology of Women

Dr. Kari Brozowski 

Associate Professor, Wilfrid Laurier University

Twiss Butler, 

Feminist

Rachel Camp, 

Professor from Practice and Co-Director, Georgetown University Domestic Violence Clinic (title for identification purposes only)

Nancy Chi Cantalupo, 

Associate Professor of Law, Wayne State University Law School (title and institution provided for identification purposes only)

Kali Casab, 

The Voices and Faces Project

Lauren B. Cattaneo, 

Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, George Mason University

Gillian Chadwick, 

Professor of Law, Washburn University School of Law

Debra Chopp, 

Clinical Professor of Law, University of Michigan Law School

Seo-Young Chu 

Associate Professor Queens College, CUNY

Andrew Thomas Cicchetti, 

Ph.D. LCSW-R

Dr Esma Esen Çiftçi, 

Assistant Professor in Social and Organisational Psychology at Anadolu University. Work on Sexism and Social Relationships

Dr. Christine Marie Cocchiola, 

DSW, LCSW Coercive Control Advocate, Educator, Researcher & Survivor

J.V. Connors 

Ph.D. New Mexico licensed psychologist

Dr. Elizabeth Dalgarno, 

SHERA Research Group

Roxana Dapper,

Activist Educator, Feminist, Gender Equity Educator

Michele Landis Dauber, 

Frederick I. Richman Professor of Law, Stanford Law School (title and institution for identification purposes only)

Ella Dawson, 

Author

Drew Dixon, 

Producer, Activist

Margaret B. Drew, 

Associate Professor of Law, UMass Law School

Prof. Dr. Jennifer Drobac

Danielle Pelfrey Duryea

Boston University School of Law (institution for identification purposes only)

Maria João Faustino,

PhD Candidate, University of Auckland

Erin Dwyer-Frazier, 

Attorney and Domestic Violence Advocate

Heidi Eilers, Ph.D.,

BCBA-D, CCTP, Board Certified Behavior Analyst-Doctoral, Certified Clinical Trauma Professional

Aliaa Magda Elmahdy,
Egyptian internet activist and women’s rights advocate

Deborah Epstein, 

Agnes Williams Sesquicentennial Professor of Gender, Violence, and Law, Georgetown Law University Center

Ray Epstein, 

President/Founder of Student Activists Against Sexual Assault at Temple University

Heidi Li Feldman, 

Professor of Law, Georgetown University Law Center

Bill Flack, 

Professor of Psychology, Bucknell University

Professor Michael Flood

Queensland University of Technology

Terry Forliti, 

Communication Coordinator for Upside Sex Trafficking Initiative, Minneapolis, Minnesota

Jaclyn Friedman, 

editor of “Yes Means Yes” and “Believe Me”

Kern Geard, 

Social Worker, Feminist Advocate

Professor Aisha K. Gill, Ph.D. 

CBE | Professor of Criminology

Professor Leigh Gilmore, 

Ohio State University, Author, “The #MeToo Effect: What Happens When We Believe Women”

Lisa Goodman, 

Ph.D., Professor, Boston College

Leigh Goodmark,

Marjorie Cook Professor of Law and Co-Director, Clinical Law Program

Cynthia A. Graham, 

PhD, C. Psychol, Professor of Sexual and Reproductive Health

Gretchen Grappone,
LICSW PTSD Clinician & Trainer

Julie Green, 

Research Assistant, Violence Against Women and Children team, Department of Social Work, The University of Melbourne

Min Grob,

Founder CCChat Magazine

Kit Gruelle, 

Advocate, Survivor, Film Subject for HBO Documentary Private Violence

Emiliana Guereca, 

Founder and Executive Director Women’s March Action and Women’s March Foundation

Kayla Harder 

Founder, Survivors Righting Wrongs

Yasmeen Hassan,

Global Executive Director, Equality Now

Tirion Havard, 

Associate Professor, England UK

Judith L. Herman, M.D., 

Professor of Psychiatry (Part Time), Harvard Medical School

Kathryn Holland,

Ph.D Assistant Professor of Psychology & Women’s & Gender Studies, University of Nebraska

CarlLa Horton, M.P.A.,

Executive Director, Hope’s Door

Emily Mia Hughes-Smith,
MBACP. BSc(hons) dip. Sup

Doreen Hunter, 

Co-Founder, Americas Conference to End Coercive Control (ACECC)

Holly Jacobs, PhD

Founder, Board Member, Cyber Civil Rights Initiative

Hans Johnson, 

President, East Area Progressive Democrats

Sheherezade Kara
International Human Rights Jurist and Consultant, human-writes.org 

Dr. Emma Katz, Ph.D., 

Senior Lecturer, Liverpool Hope University, UK

Mara Keire 

Senior Research Fellow, Rothermere American Institute, University of Oxford, UK

Dr. Margaret Kertesz, 

Senior Research Fellow, University of Melbourne

Farrah Khan,

CEO Possibility Seeds

Amanda Kippert, 

Editor-in-Chief, DomesticShelters.org, Co-Host, Toxic the Podcast

Judge Judy Harris Kluger, 

Executive Director, Sanctuary for Families

Renée Izambard,

Survivor, Founding member of Movement of Mothers

Dean Laurie Kohn, 

George Washington Law School

Kellyann Kostyal-Larrier, 

Executive Director, Fearless! Hudson Valley, Inc.

Dr. Ingeborg Kraus, 

Clinical Psychologist, Psychotraumatologist

Lauren Krouse,

Writer & Survivor-Victim Advocate

Afsana Lachaux, 

Activist & British Women’s Rights Campaigner.

Julie S. Lalonde

Canadian Woman’s Rights Advocate

Dr Rhiannon Lane, 

Research Fellow in Sociology, Cardiff University

Julianna Lee, 

Clinical Assistant Professor of Law, University of Michigan Law School

Geraldine Lee-Treweek ,
Professor of Social Justice at Birmingham City University, UK, specialist in Abuse Studies and Psychotherapist.

Dorchen A. Leidholdt, Esq., 

Director, Center for Battered Women’s Legal Services at Sanctuary for Families

Edward Lloyd, 

Evan M. Frankel Clinical Professor Emeritus in Environmental Law, Columbia University School of Law

Dr. Laura E. Ludtke, 

Independent Scholar

Linda MacDonald, 

Persons Against Non-State Torture, co-author “Women Unsilenced Our Refusal To Let Torturer-Traffickers Win”

Catharine A. MacKinnon, 

Elizabeth A. Long Professor of Law at Michigan Law, and the long-term James Barr Ames Visiting Professor of Law at Harvard Law School (all titles for identification purposes only)

David Mandel, 

Executive Director, Safe and Together Institute

Jane Manning, 

Director, Women’s Equal Justice Project

Omny Miranda Martone, 

Founder & CEO of Sexual Violence Prevention Association

Irina Matvienko,

Feminist Activist, Journalist, Founder of Nemolchi.uz (Do Not Be Silent)

Jef McAllister, 

Managing Partner, McAllister Olivarius

Joan Meier, 

National Family Violence Law Center, Professor of Clinical Law, George Washington University Law School

Neeta Misra, 

Director of Development, Per Scholas

Carolyn Modeen, 

Sun Cities West Valley NOW

Amy Myers, 

Acting Director, Gender Justice Clinic, Washington College of Law (for identification purposes only)

Natalie Nanasi, 

Associate Professor, SMU Dedman School of Law, Director, Judge Elmo B. Hunter Legal Center for Victims of Crimes Against Women

Laura Beth Nielsen, JD, Ph.D., 

Professor & Chair, Department of Sociology, Northwestern University, Research Professor, American Bar Foundation, President, Law and Society Association, Author, “License to Harass: Law, Hierarchy, and Offensive Public Speech” (titles for identification purposes only)

Ann Olivarius,

Chair of the Executive Committee, McAllister Olivarius

Emer O’Toole, Ph.D., 

Professor, Concordia University

Tashmia Owen,

Survivor Advocate, Artist & Feminist Filmmaker

Natalie Page, 

#TheCourtSaid Founder, Survivor Family Network Director

David Palumbo-Liu, 

Louise Hewlett Nixon Professor, Stanford University

Reena Parikh,

Director of Civil Rights Clinic, Boston College Law School (title for identification purposes only)

Moira Penza,
Attorney, Former federal prosecutor, Eastern District of New York; led NXIVM investigation and trial

Jaime Cabeza Pereiro, 

Professor of Labor and Social Security Law, University of Vigo

Mary Peterson,

PhD candidate & Activist Specialising in Fighting Sexual Harassment in Academia

Alison Phipps, 

Professor of Sociology, Newcastle University

Christie Pitts

Alexa Polar,
Writer, Producer, Director & Founder of Female Filmakers Fuse

Nicole Prause, Ph.D., 

Senior Statistician, University of California, Los Angeles (title for identification purposes only)

Dr. Charlotte Proudman, 

Barrister and Academic

Dr Shivaun Quinlivan

Associate Professor, University of Galway

Professor Tracey Raney, 

Toronto Metropolitan University, Toronto, Canada

Anne K. Ream, 

Activist and Founder of The Voices and Faces Project

Laura Richards

BSc, MSc, MBPsS, Criminal Behavioural Analyst

Jennifer Robinson, 

Australian human rights lawyer and barrister at Doughty St Chambers, U.K. counsel to Amber Heard, author of How Many More Women?

Diane Rosenfeld, 

Lecturer on Law, Director, Gender Violence Program, Harvard Law School

Lily Kay Ross, MDiv, Ph.D. 

Feminism and Ethics Research Fellow, Psymposia

Daniel Sabbeth, 

MD, PhD, Child/Adolescent Psychiatrist. Former Director of Training in Forensic Child/Adolescent Psychiatry, Albert Einstein College of Medicine

David A. Santacroce, 

Clinical Professor of Law, University of Michigan Law School

Dr. Lex Santiago,

Academic & Scholar of Psychedelic (sociomedical humanities) Science trained in Global Health, Political Geography, Philosophy, Ethics & Theology. Sexual harassment & IPV Victim-Survivor Advocate; Focusing on LGBTQ men & women of Asian, Pacific Islander & Filipinx descent.

Jeanne Sarson, 

co-author, “Women Unsilenced Our Refusal To Let Torturer-Traffickers Win,” Co-Founder Persons Against Non-State Torture.

Purna Sen, 

Ph.D. Visiting Professor, Child and Woman Abuse Studies Unit, LMU Special Advisor to the Prosecutor at the International Criminal Court

Kascindra Shewan,

Ph.D, Ph.D in Sexualised Violence Prevention (McMaster University), Current Postdoctoral Fellowship in Sexualised Violence Prevention (McGill University)

Dr. John Simister, 

Ph.D., Domestic Violence and Economics Researcher, Senior Lecturer, Business School Manchester Metropolitan University

Ann Simonton, 

Founder Director of Media Watch: For Improving image of Women in Media

Rita Smith, 

National Expert on Violence Against Women, Former Executive Director of the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV)

Rachel Louise Snyder,

Professor, American University, Author, “No Visible Bruises”

Evan Stark, Ph.D., MSW, 

Professor Emeritus, Rutgers University

Gloria Steinem, 

Writer, Activist

Leslie Morgan Steiner, 

Advocate, Author, “Crazy Love”

Roslyn Talusan,

Journalist and Anti-Rape Activist

Ruth Silver Taube, 

Adjunct Professor of Law, Santa Clara University, Legal Services Co-Chair, South Bay Coalition to End Human Trafficking, Delegate, Santa Clara County’s Human Trafficking Commission (all titles for identification purposes only)

Dr. Jessica Taylor, 

Chartered Psychologist, CEO of Victim Focus

Alison Turkos, 

Survivor + Advocate

Vanessa Tyson, 

Associate Professor of Politics, Scripps College

Lee Upshur,

DEI (Diversity & Inclusion) Manager

Robin West, J.D., 

Professor of Law, Georgetown Law School

Merle Weiner, Philip H. Knight Professor of Law,  University of Oregon (title for identification purposes only)

Amy Willard-Cross, 

Founder Gender Fair

Christina L. Winters, 

Ph.D. Psychologist & Researcher, Tilburg Law School

James Wood, 

Press and Marketing Director, McAllister Olivarius

Constance Wu,
Actor and author

Sophia Yen, M.D., 

Adolescent Medicine Specialist, CEO/Founder of Pandia Health

Amy Ziering, 

 

 

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  • honestly, this letter is disgusting in the extreme and those named as supporting it should be ashamed of themselves and take full responsibility for the egregious half truths outright lies and blinkered views it represents. Heard has be proven to be a perpetrator of domestic violence and not just in this case, she has done it before. Her own voice condemns her in the recordings and lest you need to be reminded it was HER lies and illicit use of the general public to vilify Depp in the media that directly led to the trial where she not only lost but lost hard. YOu should all, each and every one of you be ashamed of your participation in this travesty, it proves beyond a reasonable doubt that feminism at large has utterly lost its way and it is indeed potentially now reasonable to consider it a hate group.

  • To write an Open Letter with lies & than people called experts are signing it without checking if the content is true – Everything is twisted because Amber Heard wants her REPUTATION back so she have a bunch of people on social media – Twitter – who has attacked – still is – Everyone that are supporting Johnny Depp that don’t buy this because all of JDs supporters has read all the documents did see the trial – some of the Supporters has followed this story since it started 2016 so They are the experts on this – AH team has done incredible illegal stuff to harm some people really bad by for example calling cops & falsely report that a supporter for JD has done something – Every evidence can be seen at #ThatUmbrellaGuy channel on YouTube – Every single Document from this case can be found at http://www.Andrea Burkhart.com – Andrea Burkhart – YouTube channel is a Criminal Lawyer #TheRealLauraB – Laura Bockov has & are openly discussing Everything concidering Amber Heards claims (on her channel on YouTube) – that AH is the victim in this story when the Truth & Facts can be found very easy – To Lie in this Open Letter – who Michele Dauber Professor at Stanton has written that it’s Amber who is being attacked when the story is totally the opposite – which can be seen on Twitter – who is wishing Death upon the other & are truly standing for all these harassments Are Amber Heard towards Johnny Depp – The Tweets MD has tweeted is horrendous & showing hate against JD. To sign something before knowing the Truth is very idiotic – why do children have to live with being bullied?! – Why do certain Adult Women continuously to Hate some people who believe the opposite – Why do we have war on this planet – because of people like Amber Heard who was charged in the Defamation case as The Abuser against Johnny Depp AH maliciously has lied about Everything & she will continue to lie because her reputation is destroyed – Her words on one of the audios – All by herself & she’s not taking any accountability’s – Stop Attacking Johnny for being The true victim – Read the documents or listen to Laura Buckov on YouTube so you all know the TRUTH – this is so ignorant & I hope that the people that has or are signing lies will seek the facts & to not support the Woman who can’t take her punishment for what She Did – there is No regrets at all – AH will continue to manipulate & lie to people who are listening to what She wants it to be – is that the world we want – let All the Women lie because it’s only Men that abuse Women!? If you believe this you are not a person To trust – You don’t care about the truth!

  • Depp clearly suborned perjury by having his chauffeur Starling Jenkins testify that Ms Heard admitted to defecating in the bed, saying it was a joke that blew up, when Jenkins drove Ms Heard to Coachella on Saturday. The feces had only been discovered hours earlier by the housekeeper. Depp testified in the UK that he wasn’t informed about it until Sunday. Therefore it is IMPOSSIBLE that Ms Heard told Jenkins that “her joke” had blown up on Saturday! It couldn’t have blown up BEFORE Depp knew about it. As added proof, note that Jenkins gave a witness statement and testified in the UK and he NEVER mentioned the story about Ms Heard admitting it to him. In fact, in the UK it was Depp house manager Kevin Murphy who claimed Ms Heard admitted it to him!! Ms Heard has been unjustly maligned by this false accusation.

  • Do I think the Heard / Depp relationship was toxic? You bet! Was there fault on both sides? There usually is. Here’s the problem: Depp took responsibility for his misdeeds and even covered it up when Heard non-surgically removed part of his finger. He stayed silent about her, until he couldn’t. Heard LIED about and exaggerated Depp’s actions while trying to act pure as the driven snow. Her supporters have threatened, swatted, and harassed Depp supporters. TUG (That Umbrella Guy) has plenty of receipts. YouTubers have been false flagged by Heard’s team so many times it became a running joke. I personally have never written any of the memes or tweeted to Heard personally. I still got a few hateful comments from her supporters for commenting on trial evidence. And IMHO anyone who defends her that has NOT watched every minute of the trial should just hush their mouths. I DID watch and her lies made me embarrassed to even BE a survivor of DV, much less admit it out loud. She really has no concept of how bad it can get.

    • That’s actually not true. While they were still married Johnny Depp went out of his way to contact various people Amber was working with and tried to get her removed. There’s documentation he never denied it

  • Johnny Depp had a dream team of attorneys and Amber had a team of two who were inept. They clearly did not prep her doctor/psychologist, whose expressions were utterly bizarre and undermined Amber’s position. The case was over after his testimony.

    Amber’s attorney tried to go toe to toe with an employee of TMZ and he destroyed her with a single response. Don’t take on what you can’t handle. She destroyed any change Amber Heard may have had.

  • Staging and manipulation by Johnny Depp. America was glued to the trial because he is loved by all. Both were guilty of some level of “abuse” — Johnny was cool and composed, and his wink and smile are his best weapons. Amber is no comparison.
    And coming to court daily when streets are lined with people cheering for Johnny Depp from day one, has to negatively impact Amber. Money and success win.

  • Amber’s female attorney was an idiot. She was unprepared, aggressive when there was no need, and was far outmatched by every witness and opposing counsel. Amber didn’t stand a chance.

    • I hate that people are giving AH a pass because of her attorneys. She picked them, she didn’t follow their instructions, and regardless, lie after lie was exposed that she and here group did. I don’t care a whit about AH or JD but I do care about justice. Look back at some of her other deeds before she ab*sed JD. The scary thing is if she and her group weren’t so inept at some of the staged shenanigans no one would have given JD a second to rebut.

      • Never heard actually didn’t fully pick her attorneys she had insurance. And the attorneys came through her homeowners insurance

  • Heard was outmatched. Her attorney, sadly, was a bumbling idiot and no one can compete with Johnny Depp. Regardless of the facts of the case, his acting dominated the courtroom. He knows how to read a crowd, how to play to a crowd and he’s just too convincing. His spontaneous responses, timing, and dramatic effect were entertaining– you could not help but like him. He made a mockery of Amber’s attorneys.

    He’s smooth and a crowd pleaser.

    Regardless if Amber was telling the truth, Johnny Depp was more believable, and his attorneys were far more likable. That’s all you need in court.

    • Didn’t work in the British Hight Court where the judge found that Heard’s claims were “substantively true”. Poor old Johnny had to pay out a pile of dough to Heard and Murdoch’s Sun newspaper.

      • I don’t believe JD had to pay anything to The Sun except to cover some or all of their legal fees because they won. He didn’t have to pay AH anything because she was not a party in the law suit, only a witness for the defense.

  • There has been plenty of harassment from followers of Amber Heard. Some of the Twitter comments have been vile, wishing death on Johnny Depp and piling hate on supporters. Pro- JD Youtube vloggers have been targeted. TUG has had false police reports made against him in a few different states, a false FBI report and been falsely reported to CPS. Paul Barresi the PI had a restraining order filed against him because of false allegations by Amber zealot Richard Albertini (a total nutjob). JD’s POTC co-star, Greg Ellis, was subjected to a police visit which he recorded after a lawyer (not his) said that Greg was suicidal. Christopher Bouzy, hired by AH, gave evidence at the trial where his Bot Sentinel was trashed. He is being sued for defamation by Nate the Lawyer as well as being sued by his own landlord for unpaid rent. It’s fine when AH’s squad target others, it seems.

  • The main things to take out from that sorry saga was:
    1. They both came across as odious beings, neither deserving of our sympathy.
    2. Overpaid assholes like Johnny Depp can now use the law to silence anyone speaking the truth.

    • They both came across as odious… and yet, the masses lapped it up and formed toxic camps that mocked them (especially Amber Heard) for being victims of domestic violence and abuse. Sad, sad world. The trial made me even more of a misanthrope, and even more afraid to ever have anything bad happen to me.

    • Amber Heard has also sued others for defamation in the past as well. Most celebrities don’t win because they are public figures unless you had a good case like Johnny did.

  • Amber Heard and Johnny Depp deserve each other.

    Did Johnny Depp hit or physically push Amber Heard around…
    ….I haven’t a clue.

    I do know one thing:
    Johnny Depp didn’t beat Heard to anywhere near the extent she claimed. There was absolutely no proof.

    “I didn’t punch you Johnny. I hit you.”- Amber Heard

  • Moira Penza whining about people allegedly doing to Amber Heard what Penza herself did to numerous women in the NXIVM case…it should be funny, except it’s not, because she is immune from criticism in mainstream circles.

    How many people are in prison because of Moira Penza? And how many of those people were threatened and coerced into signing plea deals because Moira threatened them and their families? How many of those people are innocent?

    Moira has the same amount of credibility and character as the pile of dog shit in the pictures posted above. Maybe less.

  • The objections raised are usually about the Bots. That is not anyone’s opinion it came out in court that Johnny Depp and his agents went through a little bit circatitious channels and paid for harassment of Amber Heard. Whatever anyone thinks of Amber Heard people shouldn’t be silenced by people who can afford unlimited spending on both fake and real harassers. It is cowardly it’s conniving and it’s appropriate to call it out. Just let people have their day in court. It played out. There’s no need to torture same harass ridicule and Bully anyone with paid real and phony social media accounts. It’s one of those things that may be technically legal but that doesn’t mean it’s cool Behavior.

    • I think if you take a fair look at the facts you’ll see the bots from AH camp, not vice versa. There is documentation of them being paid (can you say Bouzy bot? As an example)

    • Where did you get that Depp paid for bots? Because in the trial it was said that they traced hashtags but they couldn’t prove where the hashtags originated. Oh, and I don’t think Depp even HAS a Twitter account…

About the Author

Frank Parlato is an investigative journalist.

His work has been cited in hundreds of news outlets, like The New York Times, The Daily Mail, VICE News, CBS News, Fox News, New York Post, New York Daily News, Oxygen, Rolling Stone, People Magazine, The Sun, The Times of London, CBS Inside Edition, among many others in all five continents.

His work to expose and take down NXIVM is featured in books like “Captive” by Catherine Oxenberg, “Scarred” by Sarah Edmonson, “The Program” by Toni Natalie, and “NXIVM. La Secta Que Sedujo al Poder en México” by Juan Alberto Vasquez.

Parlato has been prominently featured on HBO’s docuseries “The Vow” and was the lead investigator and coordinating producer for Investigation Discovery’s “The Lost Women of NXIVM.” In addition, he was credited in the Starz docuseries 'Seduced' for saving 'slave' women from being branded and escaping the sex-slave cult known as DOS.

Parlato appeared on the Nancy Grace Show, Beyond the Headlines with Gretchen Carlson, Dr. Oz, American Greed, Dateline NBC, and NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt, where Parlato conducted the first-ever interview with Keith Raniere after his arrest. This was ironic, as many credit Parlato as one of the primary architects of his arrest and the cratering of the cult he founded.

Parlato is a consulting producer and appears in TNT's The Heiress and the Sex Cult, which premieres on May 22, 2022.

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