Twitter accuses Amber of insulting jury intelligence

Amber Heard stirred the audience again after the trial.

A preview of the ‘Aquaman’ star’s interview with ‘Today’ host Savannah Guthrie was released Monday, where she spoke about the process following her big loss to Johnny Depp. Heard, 36, said she didn’t blame the jury, noting that Depp was an “amazing actor” and that the judges spent three weeks listening to testimonials from Depp’s paid employees.

Heard’s words did not sit well with the netizens who felt her statement was inconsistent. To them, it sounded like she was insulting the jury who did their job and sacrificed six weeks of their time for the trial.

“Just watched the clip NBC News aired today. #AmberHeard doesn’t blame the judges because #JohnnyDepp is ‘a fantastic actor’. And the judges heard [three] weeks of testimonials from paid employees and ‘randos’ like @devilsnight @MorganTremaine .@LawCrimeNetwork,” Angenette Levy, the host and correspondent at Law&Crime Network, who covered the trial, tweeted

“Frankly, this seems offensive to the judges’ intelligence. #JohnnyDepp v. #AmberHeard @LawCrimeNetwork,” she added

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