For Johnny Depp’s most recent court appearance in the ongoing legal dispute with his ex-wife Amber Heard, Johnny Depp made a statement by wearing a “truth ring.” Depp appeared in court on Thursday, May 19, wearing a big silver ring with the word “truth” inscribed on it. On the Internet, the ring did draw a lot of attention. Many of Depp’s supporters thought the 58-year-old was implying that the truth will win out, but others thought it was ‘crazy’ of him to wear it to court.
Heard and Depp have been battling in court for weeks, and their opposing testimonies have divided supporters into opposing camps. Fans are publicly supporting Johnny Depp and Amber Heard by using the hashtags #IStandWithJohnnyDepp and #IStandWithAmberHeard. Famous personalities who publicly supported Depp included Chris Rock, Joe Rogan, Ireland Baldwin, and Eva Green, while others who publicly supported Heard included Julia Fox, Kathy Griffin, and Howard Stern.
For those who are unaware, Depp is suing Heard, 36, for defamation after she suggested that their relationship was abusive in an opinion piece she wrote for The Washington Post in 2018. The “Cry Baby” star initially filed the $50 million lawsuit in March of this year. Heard has launched a countersuit for $100 million. According to Depp’s legal team, Heard’s allegations have damaged his reputation. And career by keeping him from getting lucrative jobs like “Pirates of the Caribbean 6.” Heard, though, is sure that her allegations are true. She said Depp abused her and threatened to kill her when they were dating.
The Truth Will Win
Regarding the “Truth ring,” there are a variety of opinions on Twitter. “He wears it because, whether he succeeds in this or not, the truth will eventually succeed. People are aware that he is innocent of the charges she has made “Someone wrote.
Another commenter, however, believed that donning the ring was an odd decision and said. “Just more symbolism from rituals. I hope he doesn’t believe a metal ring will lead him to the truth. Wild,” and “Yes, we are trusting that the truth will win,” were the words of a user who longed for the truth to triumph.”