Johnny Depp and Amber Heard’s defamation trial has ended in Depp’s favour. Now some celebrities spoke up.

The verdict in the trial of Johnny Depp (58) and Amber Heard (36) has fallen – in favor of Depp. After six long weeks of trial, the jury found Heard guilty of defamation. Shortly after the verdict was announced, the two spoke up via Instagram. And other stars have now commented on the verdict on social media.

“Pretty Little Liars” star Ashley Benson (32) posts a photo of Johnny Depp on her Instagram account. She briefly commented on her post with a “JAAAAA” and several black hearts. Hollywood colleague Emma Roberts (31) clicked “Like”. In addition, Benson shared Depp’s Instagram statement in her story.

Sharon Osbourne: ‘I wanted Johnny to win’

Sharon Osbourne (69) was also happy about the victory of the “Pirates of the Caribbean” actor. However, she had not expected this verdict. “Wow, I didn’t expect that. I mean, I wanted Johnny to win, but I didn’t think he would make it,” quotes “Page Six” Ozzy Osbourne’s (73) wife from the “TalkTV” – Show with Piers Morgan (57).

Celebrities also left their support under the 58-year-old’s Instagram post. Naomi Campbell (52) sent red heart emojis to Depp in the comments, as did TikTok star Khaby Lame (22). Top model Bella Hadid (25) liked the post.

Will Amy Schumer side with Amber Heard?

However, not everyone sided with Depp. Actress Amy Schumer (41) shared a quote from women’s rights activist Gloria Steinem (88) on Instagram shortly after the verdict was announced: “Any woman who decides to behave like a full human should be warned that the armies of status quo will treat her like a ridiculous joke. She will need her sisters.” While Schumer didn’t mention Heard in her post, some in the comments section suggested she was alluding to the sentencing.

Amber Heard published an article in the Washington Post in 2018 in which she reported being a victim of domestic violence. She didn’t mention Johnny Depp’s name at the time. However, the actor is suing his ex-wife for $50 million in damages. The jury ruled that the actress should pay Depp a total of $15 million in damages.