Amber Heard is in hot water after a petition to have her removed from Aquaman 2 garnered 3 million signatures

Amber Heard is in hot water after a petition to have her removed from Aquaman 2 garnered 3 million signatures

Amber Heard is in hot water after a petition to have her removed from Aquaman 2 garnered 3 million signatures

Amber Heard is in hot water after a petition to have her removed from Aquaman 2 garnered 3 million signatures

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Amber Heard appears to be in danger, as a petition demanding for her removal from Aquaman 2 has gathered over 3 million signatures, despite her ex-husband Johnny Depp’s continuing defamation case against her.

Depp, 58, filed the $50 million (£39 million) defamation action after alleging Heard’s allegations of violence against him were unfounded. Heard is suing back.

After hearing his testimony last week, legions of fans came to his rescue, with a petition demanding for his ex-wife to be removed from the upcoming superhero picture Aquaman 2 exceeding three million signatures on Monday.

Following the horrifying domestic abuse claims that have emerged in court over the last few weeks, supporters of the actor are begging with directors DC and Warner Bros to drop the actress from the sequel.

Following days of negative news created by dramatic court evidence, Heard, 36, was said to have severed connections with her publicists ahead of this week’s trial sessions.

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During the trial, a psychologist testified that she had two personality disorders and that she was “painted as mad.”

Heard apparently decided to employ a new public relations team after Dr. Shannon Curry, a clinical and forensic psychologist testifying for Depp, showed she had borderline personality disorder (BPD) and histrionic personality disorder (HPD) (HPD).

Dr. Curry said last Thursday in court that Heard’s BPD and instability were caused by “this underlying anxiety of abandonment.”

The single mother took the decision in the apparent goal of receiving more positive publicity this week, when she is slated to take the stand and testify. ‘She doesn’t like negative headlines,’ said an unidentified source to the New York Post, which broke the story first.

Another insider informed the publication that Amber Heard is “dissatisfied” with the way her tale is being handled.

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