Fan of Johnny Depp led the alpacas to the courthouse
Fan of Johnny Depp led alpacas to the courthouse to support the actor.
A fan of Hollywood actor Johnny Depp, Andrea Diaz, brought two alpacas named Dolce and Inti to court in Fairfax (Virginia, USA) to support the artist. It is reported by the Washington Post.
In Virginia, hearings have been going on for the third week - two Hollywood stars are suing: Johnny Depp and Amber Heard. The first filed a lawsuit against his ex-wife because of the 2018 article. In it, the artist assured that she was a victim of domestic violence but did not name the abuser.
The fan believes that the idol is going through a hard trial with ex-wife Amber Heard. A woman launched a business during the coronavirus pandemic that brings alpacas home to children to cheer them up and wanted to do the same for Depp. “I thought the alpacas would make him happy,” she said, adding that she was ready for the artist not to see the animals.
Heard and Depp are currently suing in a libel case. In April, the Pirates of the Caribbean star filed a $50 million lawsuit against his ex-wife for implicitly alluding to domestic violence in her 2019 Washington Post column. The actress filed a counterclaim for $100 million.
The previous lawsuit initiated by Depp against the tabloid The Sun was lost by him. He filed a lawsuit against British newspaper owner Dan Wootton over an article published in 2018 in which the actor was accused of beating his ex-wife, after which he lost many of his work contracts.
The daughter of Hollywood actors Alec Baldwin and Kim Basinger stood up on social networks for the artist Johnny Depp. She called actress Amber Heard a terrible person and expressed her hope that Johnny Depp would be able to restore his reputation.