Both TikTok pulled together to re-enact Amber Heard’s testimony like a Hollywood movie, suddenly “revealing” details that are too absurd!
After 2 days in court to testify, Amber Heard became the focus of criticism from the audience because of the excessive acting, “pretending” and many rambling, illogical details. Even now, a detail in the allegation testimony Johnny Depp The actress’ violence has become a trend, being filmed in a cover clip due to many funny loopholes.
Amber Heard’s testimony at the trial on May 5:
“I was just coming out of my bedroom when suddenly he slapped me in the face. I turned around and looked at him and said ‘Johnny, you hit me! You just hit me!'”.
When reading through Amber Heard’s testimony, do you notice anything unusual?
If not, don’t worry because these TikTok accounts already help you. Currently, this excerpt of Amber Heard’s testimony is becoming a dubbing trend on TikTok. Thousands of accounts used the audio to reenact the scene where Amber Heard was slapped by Johnny Depp as he stepped out of the bedroom. And “hundreds of hearing is not equal to one seeing”, absurd details have appeared!
Amber Heard walked out of the bedroom according to the testimony
Then she was suddenly slapped in the face by Johnny Depp
In the words of Amber Heard, she “turned around and looked him straight in the face”.
Then she said “Johnny, you hit me!”
The absurdity here is how can Amber Heard turn around and still be able to look directly at Johnny Depp and scold the actor? Currently, this testimony is still attracting a lot of attention on TikTok. The most prominent clip (used as the example above) has now garnered over 16 million views.
Amber Heard’s testimony was replayed by thousands of accounts on TikTok
Many netizens joked that maybe Amber Heard was… walked out of the room on the moonwalk, but if so, how did she get slapped in the face by Johnny Depp? In terms of legality, of course, these replay clips cannot become evidence in court, but they are proof that Amber Heard is trying to act to hide many things in the lawsuit with Johnny Depp – which even many experts agree.
The trial of Johnny Depp and Amber Heard’s lawsuit will continue on May 16
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