Source: Crazy Days and Nights
The actor often used information found in blinds against the actress, and now the legal team of the actress is doing the same thing by confirming the use of a bot army by the actor.
Johnny Depp accused by Amber Heard’s legal team of trying to intimidate and threaten witnesses – People
Adult Film Star Alana Evans Says Johnny Depp’s Truther Army Is Scarier Than Trump’s
Crazy, obsessed fans of Johnny Depp’s threaten actress’s safety for conversing with Amber Heard.
The Daily Beast is reporting on something many of us in fandom already know: Johnny Depp’s legion of fans is scarier than the birther movement spawned by Donald Trump in opposition to President Obama.
The latest incident of mass trolling by what the online source terms ‘Depps truther army’ began last Sunday morning when Amber Heard called out Instagram for censoring the female body. To make her point, the Aquaman actress posted a side by side shot of her and the King of Atlantis himself, Jason Mamoa, shirtless to point out the social-media platform’s unfair “nudity guidelines & careful gender policies.”
That tweet was noticed by Alana Evans, an adult actress and leader of the Adult Performers Actors Guild (APAG)—a union that represents talent in the adult industry. APAG has campaigned to get Instagram to change its discriminatory policies against sex workers.
“Our performers, sex workers and cam models have been dealing with being deleted from Instagram for head shots, BBWs are deleted for wearing bikinis. We’re not exposing any of our actual body parts—we’re not violating the rules—but performers are being deleted en masse,” Evans told The Daily Beast. “We’d been sending [Instagram] naked pictures of Miley Cyrus and Kim Kardashian that still sit on Instagram. These are celebrities that are a part of the elite. They have pictures of themselves fully exposing their breasts, you report the image, and you’re told it’s not a violation.”
So, Evans called on Heard to support the “thousands of sex workers” like herself who’ve been on the frontlines of the fight against Instagram’s censorship practices and she replied. In a tweet, Amber said, “You have my support! Sex workers rights are human rights. The fact this is even a topic of debate should take the breath out of any feminist, or humanist for that matter. I always have publicly supported sex worker rights but of course I would love 2 hear more about how I can help what you’re speaking 2. Thank u 4 not assuming, tho i havent been involved n ur particular fight, that it means I haven’t been aware of sex worker issues at all.” – Source