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Amber Heard’s graffiti being shown as Pinocchio, 2022

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If there is one thing that the entire world is watching right now, it is without a doubt the Johnny Depp and Amber Heard trial. 

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ll be aware of all the newest developments in the case because practically everyone is talking about it. The trial featuring well-known Hollywood stars has grabbed people’s interest.

The former couple is fighting in Virginia’s Fairfax County Circuit Court, and there has been an outpouring of sympathy for Depp on social media in recent weeks. 

Not only has Amber Heard become the subject of memes, but also of terrible reels and TikTok videos.

A graffiti of the actress, allegedly in Spain, has sparked a social media debate. 

Most males accused of abuse, according to netizens, do not endure the level of hostility that Heard has faced since the trial began. 

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Amber Heard being resembled Pinocchio

Amber Heard’s face is shown in the graffiti, which has an enlarged nose (resembling that of Pinocchio). 

The words “You broke my nose, Johnny” are painted on it. This extended nose could be a metaphor for Amber Heard’s deception about Depp abusing her.

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However, some on the internet were alarmed by the graffiti, believing that males accused of abuse had never been subjected to such public scorn and shame.

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“Depp stans claim Heard lied about breaking her nose after he head-butted her. She never said that, but she did say that she *thought* he cracked her nose because it hurt so much,” a Twitter user confirmed.

Also Read: All about Camille Vasquez; Johnny Depp’s lawyer, 2022

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