Sia Supports Johnny Depp Amid His Legal Feud With Amber Heard

Lawrence Kim
October 18, 2020

While Johnny Depp awaits the start of his defamation trial against ex-wife Amber Heard, the beleaguered actor has gotten support from singer Sia.

She added, "I mean, I would love him to get clean and stop the jewelry, but he is clearly the victim after hearing those ribbons".

"Also @elonmusk didn't you give her the seven million she "donated" from her settlement?"

Sia asked him why he still protecting him after doing all those things for her?

Amber is counter-suing Johnny for Dollars 100 million, accusing him of "orchestrating a false and defamatory smear campaign" against her.

It's claimed that Amber Heard's role as Mera in Aquaman 2 may be reduced which follows allegations of domestic violence and a lawsuit from former husband, Johnny Depp.

Sia's followers were quick to respond to her tweets, with many people asking her to delete them.

Currently, Sia states she thinks Johnny is telling the facts in this circumstance.

Another fan replied: "Wow. 2020 is a trip", while another wrote: "Thank you so much for speaking out publicly of your support for him". The tape revealed that Amber Heard was admitting to hitting Depp.

The 2019 lawsuit stems from damages Depp is seeking after his ex-wife wrote an op-ed for The Washington Post in which she claimed to be a victim of domestic violence.

While Depp isn't named in the piece, the complaint argues that it makes him identifiable.

Amber is counter-suing Johnny for £74 million, accusing him of "orchestrating a false and defamatory smear campaign" against her. However, Sia posted on Twitter and showed her concerns towards the pirates of the Caribean actor Johnny Depp. But the lawsuit that they are trying to put against the Amber Heard is now being delayed.

Depp, however, is now filming the third "Fantastic Beasts" film in the Harry Potter franchise in the U.K. The lawsuit had been successfully delayed from January 2021 to May 3, 2021, after shooting on the film was delayed because of the coronavirus.

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