Dirty Laundry

Johnny Depp sits in his vehicle as he departs the Fairfax County Courthouse on May 27, 2022 in Fairfax, Virginia.

Several Hollywood stars are seemingly backtracking their support of Johnny Depp’s trial win against Amber Heard — by unliking his celebratory Instagram post from June.

After Depp and Heard shared their own respective posts discussing the result of the verdict, a number of famous people liked Depp’s post, Heard notably received much less support. However, it’s now being reported that many of these celebrities have now unliked the post.

The names were highlighted by Twitter user @k4mil1a, who cited the post with pre-existing lists compiled by Reddit users at the time. Celebrities whose names previously appeared under the post, but no longer appear include: Orlando Bloom, Robert Downey Jr., Elle Fanning, Bella Hadid, Liv Tyler, Sophie Turner, Jennifer Coolidge, Christina Hendricks, McKenna Grace, Riley Keough, Bruce Campbell and Sam Fender.

Per the Independent, the discovery of the apparent unlikes came after the unsealing of documents related to the case that weren’t allowed to be addressed in court. These documents included several potentially damaging narratives about Depp that Heard’s team was not permitted to mention. They also included further quotes from video testimonials given by famous figures including Depp’s ex-girlfriend, Ellen Barkin.

Johnny Depp and Amber Heard Defamation Trial Results: Twitter Reacts

Johnny Depp  won his defamation case against Amber Heard, who was countersuing him in Virginia today, June 1. Depp was awarded $15 million in damages, while Heard was awarded $2 million.

Depp sued Heard for defamation for $50 million over a 2018 op-ed she wrote for The Washington Post in which she described herself as a “public figure representing domestic abuse.” Though Depp was not named in the article, he claims it cost him lucrative acting roles. Heard countersued for $100 million, over statements Depp’s attorney made about her abuse claims.

The defamation trial has been underway since April and jurors have heard over 100 hours of testimony altogether.

See what folks on Twitter had to say about this case finally being over below: