Johnny Depp vs. Amber Heard Trial: Verdict REVEALED
Amber Heard‘s family is still in her corner.
On June 5, the actress’ sister, Whitney Heard, shared a message in support of her sibling four days after a jury found Amber liable for defaming ex-husband, Johnny Depp.
“I still stand with you, sissy,” Whitney wrote on Instagram. “Yesterday, today and tomorrow I will always be proud of you for standing up for yourself, for testifying both here in Virginia and in the U.K., and for being the voice of so many who can’t speak to the things that happen behind closed doors.”
Though Whitney knew “the cards were stacked against us,” she said she is proud Amber “stood up and spoke out regardless.”
“I am so honored to testify for you, and I would do it a million times over because I know what I saw and because the truth is forever on your side,” she continued. “I’m so sorry that it wasn’t reflected in the decision made by this jury, but I will never give up on you, and neither will anyone who stands with you. Forever by your side.”
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Wonder what Pete Davidson and Kim Kardashian are really like? You’re not alone.
While walking the red carpet at the Los Angeles Latino International Film Festival on June 5, fellow Saturday Night Live star Chloe Fineman revealed how many people ask her this question on a daily basis.
“More than I want to admit,” she told E! News. But overall, Chloe is “happy people are interested in the show” and said having “eyes on the show is great.”
“And I met Kim,” the actress, who was attending the screening of her movie Father of the Bride (a new take on the classic), continued. “I really loved her. Yeah, she was cool.”
Kim and Pete started dating shortly after her SNL hosting gig in October. In one of the sketches, the reality star and the comedian played Princess Jasmine and Aladdin and shared a kiss on a magic carpet.
“When we kissed in scene, it was just a vibe,” Kim said on the June 2 episode of The Kardashians. “I was like, ‘Oh s–t, maybe I just need to try something different.'”