Twitter claims Amber Heard uses movie lines in her testimony against Johnny Depp, but they are denied

The trial of Johnny Depp and Amber Heard continues to give much to talk about USA and the world, especially now that the actress of ‘Aquaman‘ has taken the stand to give her testimony about the alleged assault she suffered at the hands of her ex-husband. Given this, users of social media how Twitter they have become trend for ensuring that the Hollywood star would be using scripts from other films to tell his testimony.

Diaries like the Daily News They have echoed this theory that circulates on social networks, according to which the famous one would be quoting lines from other films almost perfectly. And it is that after she sat down to tell her story of violence next to the actor from “Pirates of the Caribbean”many have given themselves the task of not only analyzing their gestures, posture, but also what they are saying.

This has reached such a level that not a few claim, some with supposed evidence, that Heard would be quoting almost exact phrases from, for example, movies like “The Talented Mr. Ripley” o “Lost” (Gone Girl), to tell, for example, that Depp would have beaten her after the ceremony of the with Gala from 2014.

Posts from Twitter users claiming that Amber Heard used dialogue from movies in the trial against Johnny Depp.  (Photo: @ChristinaPykles/Twitter)
Posts from Twitter users claiming that Amber Heard used dialogue from movies in the trial against Johnny Depp. (Photo: @ChristinaPykles/Twitter)

In fact, on Thursday, May 5, a supporter of Johnny Depp wrote: “So far the internet has identified lines from Amber Heard’s testimony (copied) from: Mildred Pierce, Gone Girl, Matilda, The Talented Mr. Ripley, MAID, Bates Motel, Nothing Hiil, Pretty Woman and that was just her first day.”.

The Dailey News He also highlighted another tweet where, in the same sense as the previous one, he states that Heard would have started his speech with lines taken from a dialogue belonging to “The Talented Mr. Ripley” interpreted by Gwineth Paltrow: “What’s up with Dickie..it’s like the sun is shining on you and it’s glorious. And then, he forgets you and it’s very cold”.

However, this tweet was discarded once the fact-checking web Snopes refuted that it was, in fact, the film released in 1999. However, this has not prevented the publication from being shared by more than 4 thousand people, alone, on this social network.

Posts from Twitter users claiming that Amber Heard used dialogue from movies in the trial against Johnny Depp.  (Photo: @ChristinaPykles/Twitter)
Posts from Twitter users claiming that Amber Heard used dialogue from movies in the trial against Johnny Depp. (Photo: @ChristinaPykles/Twitter)

Also, many supporters of what is now called “Team Johnny” ensure that the way Amber Heard presents herself to the public is the same as that of Amy Dunneprotagonist of “Gone Girl”, a woman who spent an entire year conspiring to frame her husband for his disappearance and murder, both of which were false.

The judgment between both stars of Hollywood started when Johnny Depp sued Amber Heard for 50 million dollars the reason? She stated in an article published in the Washington Post during 2018 be “a public figure representing domestic abuse”which affected the career of Depp losing important roles and, since then, having almost stagnated his acting career.

Before the article went public, Heard I assure you that he suffered abuse from the multifaceted actor during the 4 years that his marriage lasted; however, in the post, she does not explicitly mention it. Therefore, when the request was made, the artist She countersued her ex-husband for $100 million..

Posts from Twitter users claiming that Amber Heard used dialogue from movies in the trial against Johnny Depp.  (Photo: @ChristinaPykles/Twitter)
Posts from Twitter users claiming that Amber Heard used dialogue from movies in the trial against Johnny Depp. (Photo: @ChristinaPykles/Twitter)
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