'He did, he told the world': Twitter trends with #Mentoo after Johnny Depp wins defamation suit against Amber Heard

Earlier, charges of domestic violence, including physical and verbal abuse under the influence of liquor, were levied at Depp by actress Amber Heard

'He did, he told the world': Twitter trends with #Mentoo after Johnny Depp wins defamation suit against Amber Heard

After hanging fire for almost six years, the jury proclaimed judgement in favour of Depp and asked Amber to pay $15 million to Depp in damages. Reuters

Tribune Web Desk

Chandigarh, June 3

American actor Johnny Depp has won the defamation suit which he had filed against his former wife Amber Heard. Earlier, charges of domestic violence, including physical and verbal abuse under the influence of liquor, were levied at Depp by actress Amber Heard.

Refuting the allegations, Depp had filed a defamation suit against Amber for allegedly putting up a fake case against him which caused seismic impact on his life and career.

After hanging fire for almost six years, the jury proclaimed judgement in favour of Depp and asked Amber to pay $15 million to Depp in damages. However, jury also awarded $2 to Amber,determining that Heard had been defamed by one of Depp’s lawyers.

Soon after the verdict was announced, Twitter got flooded with tweets celebrating the verdict. In the course, a trend #Mentoo also got propagated across the social platform. Users, including women, seem to be schooling the ones’ who push feminism to an extent that gives extra liberty to women to push fabricated and fallacious agenda in the garb of feminism.

#amber heard #johnny depp

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