Petitions from Amber Read are accumulating 1000’s of signatures following leaked audio in which the actress reportedly admits to hitting ex-partner Johnny Depp.
“A liar and an abuser, a disgrace for women of all ages,” begins 1 of two Change.org strategies to clear away Amber Listened to, 33, from her position as world wide spokesperson for cosmetics manufacturer L’Oréal.
The petition has accrued around 5,000 signatures, producing it effectively more than midway to its aim of 7,500. A second campaign to take away Listened to has accrued additional than 4,300 signatures, with a aim of 5,000.
“After the shameful L’Oréal advert with Amber Read all through the Oscars people today started to acquire desire,” writes petition creator Federica P. in a article.
“Amber Listened to, for a long time now has been proclaiming to be the target of abuse from her husband Johnny Depp,” writes the second campaign’s creator, Hillary Deanna. “In mild of not too long ago leaked recorded periods between Ms. Heard and Mr. Depp, it has appear to the awareness of lots of that it was in truth the other way close to.”
The sessions refer to an audio confession attained by the Each day Mail in January.
“I’m sorry that I did not, uh, uh, hit you across the facial area in a appropriate slap, but I was hitting you, it was not punching you. Babe, you’re not punched,” the publication studies Heard tells Depp in the clip, “I never know what the motion of my genuine hand was, but you are wonderful, I did not harm you, I did not punch you, I was hitting you.”
She allegedly continues, telling the 56-yr-outdated actor, “You are these a infant. Increase the f–k up, Johnny.”
In a court docket filing past calendar year, Read alleged that Depp — to whom she was married for just over a calendar year, right before filing for divorce in May possibly 2016 — continuously hit her, ripped out her hair, choked and almost suffocated her. The filing was a response to Depp’s have $50 million defamation lawsuit from Heard, in switch a reaction to Heard’s 2018 Washington Write-up op-ed in which she describes getting the target of domestic abuse with out mentioning the “Pirates of the Caribbean” star.
“Imagine looking at Television and seeing your abuser having portrayed as a ‘humanitarian,’ ” tweets a admirer account taking Depp’s aspect in the domestic conflict, “@LOrealParisUSA Quit GLORIFYING ABUSERS!!”
L’Oréal did not straight away return a ask for for comment.