It’s been revealed that Johnny Depp was actually the person behind one of the online petitions to get Amber Heard fired from Aquaman 2.
This whole Depp vs. Heard saga just keeps on getting more and more insane and the two of them battle it out in court.
Depp is currently suing The Sun newspaper in the UK for libel after one of their writers, Dan Wootton, labelled the actor a ‘wife-beater’ in an article.
So, this has meant that Depp and Heard have been in court in the UK and they’ve been going over their versions of events whilst they were married.
One of the things that came out of these court hearing was that Johnny Depp actually started one of the online petitions to have Amber Heard fired from the DC Comics movie, Aquaman 2.
Johnny Depp was behind one of the petitions to have Amber Heard fired from Aquaman 2
According to a report by The Sun (via Koimoi.com), Johnny Depp texted his assistant back in June 2016 asking him to start the online petition to get Heard fired from the Warner Bros. Pictures movie.
This is what Depp texted his assistant after he and Heard broke up:
I want her (Amber Heard) replaced on that WB [Warner Brothers] film.
According to these reports, Depp allegedly “orchestrated| one of the online petitions for Amber to be removed from Aquaman 2.
This petition in question now has over 400,000 signatures.
This was when The Sun’s lawyer then questioned Depp, asking him: “You wanted to get your own back on her.”
Depp replied, saying:
I was feeling quite bitter. I said I wanted her replaced on the Aquaman sequel. I had been characterised globally, as The Sun put it, as a ‘wife-beater’. I went from Cinderella to Quasimodo in 0.6 seconds and I was without a voice at that point.
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