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Johnny Depp's $50 million defamation lawsuit against ex-wife Amber Heard resulted in a guilty verdict for both parties, with Depp receiving higher damages.
Fans of the actors have followed the defamation case in Fairfax, Virginia and the libel case before it in the United Kingdom (which Heard won) like a daily soap opera, and nasty aspects of their married lives have been shared on social media like plot elements and twists in a film.
With the finding mostly in Depp's favor, admirers of the Pirates of the Caribbean actor were ecstatic, whilst Heard's defenders believed the decision was unfair.
In the meantime, Indian celebrities have also responded to the recent case developments.
The following is what they are stating.
Disha Patani uploaded a photo of Johnny Depp in costume as Jack Sparrow on her Instagram stories.
She said, "No one can ever replace you, Johnny Depp," likely in reference to Depp's expulsion from the Pirates franchise (and other profitable franchises) due to his legal difficulties.
Ali Fazal's reaction to the ruling was more contradictory.
Before the announcement, he asked his Instagram followers if they would be watching it.
"Oh, this degree of suspense is unmatched.
Who else is seeing this?" he wrote.
However, following the verdict, he wrote, "Why???
Because this establishes a precedent for future important matters.
Congratulations to Mr. Depp!"
the Johnny Depp vs. Amber Heard trial prompted Indian celebs to express their opinions on social media.
This looks like a personal win ???? why ?? Because this sets a precedent stuff for the future .congrats mr depp ???? pic.twitter.com/CCkx1gadm1— KUSHAL TANDON (@KushalT2803) June 2, 2022
The sentiments of model-actor Kushal Tandon were similar, but more kind to Depp. "This appears to be a personal victory why?? Because this establishes a precedent for future events. congrats mr depp ????," he tweeted. Neil Nitin Mukesh posted a picture of Johnny Depp to his Instagram story with the caption "And there is justice." Sophie Choudry uploaded a photo of Johnny Depp with the caption, "Tell the world Johnny. Tell them Johnny Depp, I, Johnny Depp, a guy, am also a victim of domestic abuse and I know it's a fair fight, and then observe how many people believe you or take your side. Six years later, he came clean and triumphed both in and out of court." In addition, she included hashtags such as #AbuseHasNoGender, #JusticeForJohnnyDepp, and #JohnnyDeppVsAmberHeard.
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