Edward Norton and Mia Farrow Have joined the ‘Amber Heard Support Club’

The famous Depp-Heard trial reached its end when the seven-member jury announced its official verdict on June 2, 2022. The jury unanimously decided that the Aquaman actress defamed her ex-husband with her allegations.

After the court’s verdict, The ‘Edward Scissorhands’ actor took to his Instagram and shared a heartfelt post.

“Six years ago, my life, the life of my children, the lives of those closest to me, and also, the lives of the people who for many, many years have supported and believed in me were forever changed.”

“All in the blink of an eye.” Johnny Depp wrote.

“And six years later, the jury gave me my life back. I am truly humbled.”

His post received millions of likes and comments on the platform, and people congratulated him, including celebrities and social media influencers.

While most people stood with Johnny Depp against Amber Heard in the battle, fans looked up to several celebrities that worked closely with Heard yet didn’t support her in the trial.

The Game of Thrones actor, Jason Momoa, who worked with Amber as the lead co-star in the Aquaman movie, didn’t make any statement in the actress’s favor despite being friends with her. Fans noticed that the actor liked both Amber’s and Johnny’s post-trial Instagram posts, which meant he didn’t take any sides.

Amber’s close friends, like Cara Delevingne and Margot Robbie, remained silent during the trial and didn’t make any comments even after the verdict.

But it’s not like Amber Heard didn’t receive any support at all. Her claims against her ex-husband were about abuse and violence, as stated in her 2018 op-ed. Heard wrote in the Washington Post that she was a domestic abuse survivor.

Now that she has lost the case and the jury called her allegations ‘a lie’, several domestic abuse survivors are speaking up and opposing this verdict, including a few celebrities like Tayla Damir, Mia Farrow, and Edward Norton.

Damir posted a story on her Instagram and shared her views about the verdict. She called it “triggering” and said that it’s not easy for the abuse survivors to come forward and talk about their trauma, and if somehow they do, people don’t believe them.

Former actress and fashion model Mia Farrow also favored the Aquaman actress.

She posted a New Yorker article by Jessica Winter and shared her views about the verdict.

“The Depp-Heard Verdict Is Chilling. Many victims of domestic violence who watched the trial will likely conclude that, if they share their experiences, they will be disbelieved, shamed, and ostracized.”

The actress fought her own legal battle with her ex-husband Woody Allen. She fought the case to get her children’s custody when Allen married her adopted daughter.

Another actor, Edward Norton, who starred in the Fight Club movie, liked a tweet from a film critic that said, “Men need to be honest about what happened here.”

The tweet included a New York Times article titled, “The Actual Malice of the Johnny Depp trial.”




  1. Why are people SO intent on believing that men CAN’T be victims????? I find this even more disturbing then the comments about fake this and fack that. A person who is victim of DV does not have a sexual preferance or bias. Get educated!!!

  2. But someone who suffered from domestic violence did speak up – you are just choosing to ignore that men are also abused but hardly will report due to the humiliation and criticism of their masculinity if they do. It was hard to even look at the fakeness of AH during this trial – even one of the jurors said it bothered him and he chose to look away from her dramatics and dry tears.

  3. You celebs that support Amber Heard need to be realistic. I feel sorry for you because you are not reading the signs or acknowledging the truth and the bad acting performance of Heard. She is a malicious and vindictive liar who probably picked up her abuse events from a movie or from someone who had actually been abused the way she describes. Being a victim of sexual abuse from the age of 7 to 13, I saw the signs in Mr. Depp but definitely not Heard. She came off as an abuser not one who was abused. Women were not set back so to speak because of the verdict in this case. In fact it was an encouragement to all victims of abuse to come forward no matter your race, gender or sexual preference. IF YOU SPEAK THE TRUTH, YOU WILL BE BELIEVED.

    1. AH story about being SA with a broken liquor bottle was actually a story from one of her friends/employees. It NEVER happened to AH that’s why there were no medical records or medical attention for that event.

  4. Any TRUE DV survivor knows Amber is a liar, and a bad one at that. Bruises don’t disappear over night. Make up does help make bruises and doesn’t cover swelling. We document EVERYTHING! She documented all her torment of Johnny hoping he’d hit her. I saw more bruising and marks on public photos of Johnny. I saw HIM flinch when she raised her hand. He’s the real victim. Instead of hitting her he hit cabinets, he paid for. She is an evil and horrible person.

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