Johnny Depp is making new headlines amid his court case with ex-wife, Amber Heard.
However, these headlines have nothing to do with what’s going down in the courtroom or Heard.
There have been MANY TikToks, Instagram memes and GIFs made up of clips from the courtroom.
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Some popular TikToks and videos that have been circulating consist of Depp’s interactions with his legal team.
Johnny & His Lawyer Get Flirty In The Courtroom
In some videos, they are laughing at what is being said on the stand. In another, Depp is seen doodling pictures on his notepad, and another one shows the actor’s attorney, Camille Vasquez, giving him a flirtatious grin.
As The Blast previously reported, Depp and Vasquez turned heads with their courtroom petting and touching.
See The Interaction In Question
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Fans enthralled by the case have been keeping a close eye on Depp’s small gestures and interactions in the courtroom, and this one stuck out like a sore thumb.
Many believe there might be something more going on between Depp and Vasquez.
Paparazzi caught the attorney leaving the Virginia courthouse on Tuesday, May 17.
Camille Vasquez Asked Her Relationship Status With Johnny!
“Hi Camille. The people want to know, are you dating Johnny Depp?” the pap asks.
She simply smiles and laughs while continuing to walk to her vehicle.
The paparazzi is relentless and continues, “It’s all over the internet, can you set the record straight.”
Vasquez gives a slight side-to-side head shake as if saying “No,” but offers no verbal communication.
While it’s not a ‘Yes,’ it’s certainly not a ‘No’ either, so, anything is possible!
She proceeded to meet with Depp fans outside the courthouse, hugged a few supporters and even called one person “so sweet.”
This week, Vasquez has been putting Heard through the ringer during her cross-examination.
Things in the courtroom do not seem to be swaying in Heard’s favor. Something else not favoring Heard is a petition to have her removed from the “Aquaman” sequel.
On Monday, we reported that nearly 4.5 million people have signed a Change.org petition to get her canned from appearing in “Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom.”
Heard even admitted that her role was drastically cut down as her trial with Depp began.
In the event you haven’t been able to keep up with the court case, the “Pirates of the Caribbean” actor is suing his ex-wife for $50 million over a December 2018 op-ed Heard wrote for the Washington Post.
In the op-ed, Heard claims that she is a domestic violence survivor.
Although she did not mention Depp by name, he claims that he has lost movie roles due to the “clear implication” that he was the “Aquaman” actress’ abuser.
Heard is countersuing for $100 million dollars.
On Monday, May 16, while on the stand, Heard opened up about her acting career and how it’s been impacted by the court case
She claims her role as Mera has been heavily reduced after fighting to stay in the movie.
More Than 4 Million People Want Heard Removed From “Aquaman”
“I fought really hard to stay in the movie… they didn’t want to include me in the film,” Heard said on the stand.
When asked if she was able to film her role for the upcoming sequel, Heard said she performed “a very pared-down version of that role.”
She claims to have been given the script followed by new versions in which scenes featuring Mera were cut out.
“I was given a script and then given new versions of the script that had taken away scenes that had action in it that depicted my character and another character — without giving any spoilers away — two characters fighting with one another,” Heard explained. ‘They basically took a bunch out of my role. They just removed a bunch out.”
On Tuesday, May 17, Heard went as far as to say she may not even appear in the movie at all.
“I don’t know if I will even be in the final cut or how much I will be,” Heard said. “It was difficult to stay in the movie.”
As of the writing of this article, the Change.org petition has 4,249,422 signatures. The number continues to rise.