Jhonny Deep & Amber Heard washing dirty laundry in the age of social media and Media has provided the social media enthusiasts with a new hot trend to rant about, where they’re seen sharing whatever they can , from unverified to biased opinions to propaganda and lies. This similar trend is witnessed about Ukraine and Russia crisis,where the spread of disinformation and misinformation makes it impossible to find the truth.
Unfortunately about this certain defamation case ,one can see how their fans are divided and that’s not just all .A certain group of people are trying hard to show that men are victims of domestic abuse aswell ,which is undeniably true in many cases. Saying that only a women is abused is rather insensitive to the misery many men suffer at the hand of women.
Whilst checking news ,came across tweets sharing that ,Heard’s beginning statement was borrowed the plot of the 1999 psychological thriller, The Talented Mr. Ripley ,which stars Jude Law, Matt Damon, Gwyneth Paltrow and Cate Blanchett. And Amber Heard was playing “Marge Sherwood” character.
Those Twitter users are sharing side by side comparison of the quote from the movie with a quote claiming to be the lines from Heard’s testimony.Those lines were”The thing with Dickie… it’s like the sun shines on you, and it’s glorious. And then he forgets you and it’s very, very cold … When you have his attention, you feel like you’re the only person in the world, that’s why everybody loves him so much “.According to social media,Miss Heard changed the name from Dickie to Johnny and kept the rest for her emotional opening statement.Which is actually untrue and debunked by many fact checking sites .As she had no opening statement,but it was her lawyer who gave the opening statement on her behalf.
This is absolutely inconsiderate and carelessness by many , that they’re ignoring checking the facts ,before sharing it to the wider audience forsake of few retweets and likes , as two humans are trying to see the mistakes they made in their relationship, which should not be a juicy subject ,but a wakeup call for all of us ,as relationships are a gigantic struggle in the present times for all of us.