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‘This Is What Real Abuse Looks Like’: Johnny Depp Fans Compare Rihanna’s ‘Beaten Up’ Pic To Amber Heard’s

A Twitter user wrote, ‘Being ‘beaten within an inch of your life’ and only having a Botox/filler bruise on your eye is NOT how you would look’.

Social media has made the trial of Johnny Depp, and Amber Heard in defamation public. This prompted a detailed analysis by their fans. Although Rihanna did not speak out about Chris Brown’s attacks on her during their relationship, Amber Heard’s talk show photo in which Heard was hiding her wounds from Depp was compared to that of the Umbrella singer. Johnny Depp supporters claimed, “This what real abuse looks.”

Social media made the trial of Johnny Depp and Amber Heard public. Their fans performed a thorough analysis. Rihanna didn’t speak out about Chris Brown’s abuses of her during their relationship. Amber Heard’s talk-show photo, in which Heard was concealing her wounds from Depp, was likened to the Umbrella singer. Johnny Depp supporters said, “This is what real abuse looks like.”

“Being ‘beaten within an inch of your life’ and only having a Botox/filler bruise on your eye is NOT how you would look. #AmberHeardlsALiar”

“I got worried that I wouldn’t be able to hide the bruising and swelling. I iced it all night and the next day checked in the mirror to see if I could get away with it, meaning hiding it, so I could make an appearance. I gambled and thought maybe I could pull it off, I had my hair and makeup team come. They worked around it, meaning worked around the lesions on my head with the hair spray because that stings. They worked around the bruising by covering it with heavy makeup, heavier makeup than normal bruise covering makeup,” the Aquaman star stated during the trial.

“I remember my lip was still bleeding and swollen, so we did this really thick super heavy matte red lipstick,” Heard said, “and I remember very well at the time that we had no choice in color, and that was one of my favorite colors to wear.”

Another person wrote about their own abuse experience in which they had no apparent bruises: “Abuse comes in all colors, shapes, and sizes. Just because I didn’t get a bruise when my father punched me in the throat, does not mean I was not abused!” to which an individual responded, “I hear and accept what you say and am sorry for your pain but all the world is comparing Amber’s vivid account of what “happened” to her and comparing it to her actual mental and physical accouterments 1 whole day later #Itjustdoesntaddup”

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