Amber Heard, the star of ‘Aquaman’ and notorious ex of actor Johnny Depp, has decided to share a new photo of herself to her public Instagram page directly following news breaking that confirmed her as an abuser in the relationship she had with Depp, which he had been blamed for over the span of quite some time.
Her “quick sparkle moment” photo sparked massive controversy and many fans took to her comments to air grievances against the actress for her abuse and subsequent blackmailing of Depp on a public forum.
The news broke after The Daily Mail leaked audio footage of the pair in a “therapy” session, which showcases that Heard was actually the aggressor in the situation as opposed to Depp, who had been painted to be by the media and through public consciousness for months.
“Oh you know, just a quick sparkle moment to zhuzh it up,” Heard shared to her Instagram on February 8th, captioning a finely edited black and white image of her which was captured at the Chateau Marmont.
Despite the controversy, Heard decided to not turn off commenting on her most recent image, allowing nearly 18,000 individual remarks to be made by users under the photo, and many were not happy with the actress at all.
“She will be her own undoing. So narcissistic she will never be happy,” one user shared.
“The world deserves to know the truth about everything,” a subsequent user contributed.
“Why don’t everyone unfollow her on social media. Don’t give the benefit,” suggested yet another user under the actresses photo.
“I can’t believe you act like you did nothing,” chimed in another Instagram user, “Posting on your story with all these designer brands just living your life while you ruined someone else’s career. I don’t usually comment like this but I just have to say, you should be ashamed and you should admit to your wrongdoings.”
Heard has also received backlash for apparently deleting comments under her photos that are from domestic abuse survivors, showing her guilt in the situation further.
The ‘Daily Mail’ shared a transcript of the “therapy” session that incriminated Heard further, saying, “I’m sorry that I didn’t, uh, uh, hit you across the face in a proper slap, but I was hitting you, it was not punching you. Babe, you’re not punched. I don’t know what the motion of my actual hand was, but you’re fine, I did not hurt you, I did not punch you, I was hitting you.”
Heard has not been brought up on any actual criminal charges stemming from the event as of the time of writing, but the court of public opinion has seemingly convicted her already.