Johnny Depp fans start Twitter war on Amber Heard

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Amber Heard has faced savage online troll attacks after Johnny Depp loses his High Court libel battle

Amber Heard has faced savage attacks from online trolls after Johnny Depp lost his libel battle in the High Court.

Fans of the Hollywood star have targeted his ex-wife after a judge ruled Depp was violent during their relationship.

They bombarded Ms Heard with messages telling her they wished her dead.

One tweet read: ‘#AmberHeardisAnAbuser you big b **** Hope you burn in hell for everything you’ve done… #JusticeForJohnnyDepp Johnny is an amazing guy who deserves more. AMBER HEAR THAT YOU WILL PAY FOR THIS!

Another of the fans of the Pirates of the Caribbean star, who describes himself as’ Depp Heads’ wrote, ‘I hope Amber Heard gets fucked by a bus and dies because that’s what the F ** *. In one particularly ruthless attack, an online troll wrote of Mrs Heard’s mother-to-be, Paige Parsons, who died earlier this year: “If your mother could see what you are doing, she would be happy to die. . “

Ms Heard, 34, has been inundated with online abuse since making her first statements about Depp, 57, beating her during their time together.

Relatives of actress Aquaman say she has struggled to cope with abuse over the past two years, with one telling the Mail on Sunday: “It’s so disgusting and it’s taken its toll. in a way you wouldn’t believe. “.

In August, Ms Heard filed court documents in which she said her ex-husband had ‘led’ a professional trolling campaign against her and allegedly arranged for her to be ‘drowned in online attacks’ during of their domestic violence case in the High Court in London.

She also claimed – in US legal documents, which are part of a counterclaim filed in Virginia where Depp is suing her for defamation – that the star and her former lawyer Adam Waldman attempted to “harass and hurt” her during. libel for three weeks. trial.

In August, Ms Heard filed court documents in which she said her ex-husband had 'led' a professional trolling campaign against her and allegedly arranged for her to be 'drowned in attacks in line '' during their domestic violence case before the High Court in London.

In August, Ms Heard filed court documents in which she said her ex-husband had ‘led’ a professional trolling campaign against her and allegedly arranged for her to be ‘drowned in online attacks’ during of their domestic violence case in the High Court in London.

Last Monday, the judge, Judge Nicol, ruled that The Sun’s report that he was violent towards Miss Heard was “substantially true”.

And on Friday, he was forced to quit his role in Fantastic Beasts 3, a Harry Potter spin-off written by his friend JK Rowling.

In a statement, Depp confirmed he plans to appeal the ruling.

In Today’s You magazine, Little Mix star Jesy Nelson says trolling has deterred her from being a mother.

The 29-year-old, who attempted suicide in 2013 after attacks on social media, said: “It makes me want to not have children. Those insecurities that we all have now because of social media – imagine that incorporated into you as a kid?

She said the group never worried about the weight until they rose to fame on The X Factor in 2011 and were hit by attacks online.

Miss Nelson last night pulled out of the BBC’s Little Mix The Search finale due to an unknown illness and will miss hosting the MTV’s Europe Music Awards tonight.

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