Ireland Baldwin took to Instagram to call Amber Heard a “disaster on man” and say she knows “women who are just like this” are turning the world against the man “because of the Johnny Depp trial.
The model and writer, 26, is on her side in the defamation trial of Johnny Depp, 58, after she shared a screenshot of an audio clip of an actor reacting to a recording in which Heard admitted to hitting him.
Ireland wrote above the clip: “The thing is, I know women just like this. They are manipulative and cold and use their femininity to play the victim and turn the world against the man because we live in a society where it’s cool to say that all men are at their worst.”
Men can be abused too and this utter disaster for a human being is a horrible person and I hope Johnny regains his reputation and gets his life back. I hope to be in five pirate movies.
Ireland Baldwin, 26, (pictured) has announced who she is participating in Johnny Depp’s defamation trial after she shared a screenshot of an audio clip of an actor reacting to a recording in which Heard admitted to hitting him
Model Ireland Baldwin, 26, has described Amber Heard, 34, as a ‘disastrous human being’ and claimed she knows ‘women just like this’.
She also posted a TikTok — originally posted by j4jdeppotato — with the swirling eyes of a person revealing Milani’s All In One patch kit, 34, who claimed she used to cover up the alleged injuries even after the pair split.
The couple is now embroiled in a court battle. The trial, which is still ongoing in Virginia, is trying to determine whether a 2018 Washington Post article written by Heard, accusing the actor of domestic violence, defamed Depp, 58.
Depp has consistently denied her allegations against him, and is seeking at least $50 million in compensatory damages, and a punitive sentence of at least $350,000, along with attorneys’ fees and court costs.
During the trial, Heard and her lawyer alleged that the actress used Melanie’s All In One patch to cover up the alleged injuries she received at the hands of her ex-husband.
During his opening statement, the actress’s attorney, Benjamin Rothenborn, said that she kept a makeup product in her purse at all times, to make sure her bruises never appeared to the public.
Heard’s other attorney pulled out the concealer palette—which is no longer available on the company’s website but listed on the resale site for $25—and showed it to a jury.
Heard and Depp are currently involved in a legal battle in a Virginia courtroom
She also said, “I hope Johnny gets his reputation back and his life back.” Deep Heard sued for $50 million, claiming she slandered him in a 2018 Washington Post article
However, Milani Cosmetics now claims that it didn’t release the product that the Aquaman star said helped hide her marks until after she and Depp ended their relationship.
“This is what I used,” her attorney said during her opening statement, signed April 12, Lifting All-in-One Correction Tools.
I’ve become very good at it. You’ll hear Amber’s testimony about how she had to mix the different colors for the different days of bruising as she evolved into the different colors, and how she’ll use [this] Touch those up to be able to cover those.
In a TikTok video that has now gone viral, Melanie appears to have debunked the allegations by saying that the brand didn’t release the concealer until 2017, while the alleged abuse is said to have occurred between 2013 and 2016.
“You asked us…let the record show that our patch kit was launched in 2017,” the company captioned the clip, which showed a Melanie employee pointing to a PowerPoint presentation about its products, which stated that the patch kit in question had been dropped. in 2017.
“We are here to present the facts of the case,” Melanie also wrote in the comments section of the video, which has now been viewed more than three million times.
But Heard’s friend defended her lawyer: ‘Mrs. Heard’s attorney was using an example of the type of makeup she used, but it’s a sad day when the cosmetics company uses it as an opportunity to highlight what victims of domestic violence have to do to hide the consequences of their abuse. “.
Depp and Heard first met in 2009 on the set of Rum’s Diary. They started dating in 2012, got engaged in 2014, and got married one year later. In 2016, Heard filed for divorce, which was finalized in 2017.
Then, in 2018, Heard made a slew of shocking allegations against Depp while writing about being a domestic violence survivor for The Washington Post.
Although she never mentioned Depp by name, Depp’s attorney, Benjamin Chew, said it was evident that Heard was referring to the prominent Hollywood man during the trial.
Depp was accused of slapping the American actress three times in 2013, after she laughed at her famous ‘Wino Forever’ tattoo, and attacked her in a cocaine and alcohol sermon over accusations that she cheated on him with ‘rapist’ James Franco.
But now, nearly seven years after Depp and Heard tied the knot, the Pirates of the Caribbean star has told in court that Heard was the one who became violent when their relationship soured.
Depp claimed the couple had frequent arguments including “insulting calling” and “bullying” by her, when he took the podium on Wednesday.
“It seemed to me like pure hatred,” he told the jury. “If I kept arguing, in the end, I was sure it would escalate into violence, and all too often it did.”
Baldwin also posted a clip from TikTok where Melanie’s makeup brand showed off the color-correcting that Heard claimed she used to cover up alleged bruises during her relationship with Depp.
The product was not released until after the husband broke up
When asked to describe the violence, Depp said Heard would “be hit”.
It can start with a slap. You can start with a batch. It could start by throwing the TV remote at my head. That could be throwing a glass of wine at me.
She has a need for conflict. She has a need for violence. erupt out of nowhere.
Depp said he would get himself out of the situation, sometimes locking himself in the bathroom, and insisted he never hit Heard.
He said: In all of these situations, my main goal was to retreat.
He also claimed that Heard threw a bottle of vodka at him during an altercation that followed after he asked her to sign a prenup in 2015, cutting his middle finger.
The star also accused her of spreading human excrement on the side of their shared bed in 2016.
Heard’s lawyers argued that she told the truth in her article, and that her opinion is protected as freedom of speech under the First Amendment to the United States Constitution.
Heard’s lawyers also doubled down on her allegations that Depp physically and sexually assaulted her while using drugs and alcohol.
Heard is seeking $100 million in damages and has alleged that his legal team falsely accused her of fabricating the lawsuits against Depp.