Celebrities interact with Depp vs. Heard: ‘Pirates of the Carribean’ actor celebrates, Amy Schumer mourns: ‘Dirty joke’

Celebrities interact with Depp vs.  Heard: 'Pirates of the Carribean' actor celebrates, Amy Schumer mourns: 'Dirty joke'

Greg Ellis (left) is happy to judge, Amy Schumer (right) not exactly. © Shutterstock, Isopix

Now that the jury in the trial between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard has ruled in favor of the former, celebrities from around the world are making their voices heard too. Depp’s “Pirates of the Caribbean” co-star praises the verdict, and comedian Amy Schumer is deeply disappointed.

Actor Greg Ellis, who played Lieutenant Commander Groves in the “Pirates of the Caribbean” films, wrote on Twitter: “PLAN YOUR FLAG FOR JOHNNY DEPP,” along with a pirate flag emoji.

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Actress Laurie Holden, known for her hits “The Walking Dead” and “The Boys,” praised the jury’s verdict. “Justice has been served,” she said on Twitter. “This ruling sends a message to the world that abuse has no gender, and that facts matter. #TruthWins”

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“Pretty Little Liars” actress Ashley Benson also responded with relief. “Yesssss,” she looked straight after judging Instagram with Depp’s photo.

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Sharon Osbourne responded to the verdict on the Piers Morgan talk show. “Wow, that wasn’t what I was expecting. I mean, I was hoping Johnny would win, but I didn’t expect that to happen.

Supermodel Naomi Campbell was also happy with the verdict, replying to an Instagram message in which Depp expressed his relief with four heartfelt emojis. Musician Ryan Adams, who was accused by several women of physical and emotional abuse in 2019, did something similar.

Schumer: ‘They’re treated like a dirty joke’

Comedian Amy Schumer is clearly disappointed with the ruling. “Any woman who chooses to act like a human being must realize that status quo armies will treat her like a dirty joke… She will need her supporters,” famous feminist Gloria Steinem was quoted as saying.

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Megan McCain, daughter of former Republican presidential candidate John McCain and a well-known opinion-maker in the US, also seemed disappointed that “#MeToo is dead”.

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