Ireland Baldwin: "Amber Heard is a manipulator"

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Ireland Baldwin: "Amber Heard is a manipulator"

Ireland Baldwin, through social media, has defended Johnny Depp, who is fighting a legal battle against his former wife Amber Heard. Ireland said: "The fact is that I know many women who are exactly like that, they are just like Amber Heard They are manipulative and cold women who use their femininity to play the role of the victim and turn the world against the man because we live in a society where it is nice to say that men are the worst and blah blah blah.

Amber Heard is an absolute disaster to be human: contrary to what many people think, men can also be abused. Heard is nothing more than an absolute disaster of a human being. Amber Heard is a terrible person and I hope Johnny gets her reputation and his life back.

And I hope she's in the next five Pirates of the Caribbean movies."

Johnny and Amber

Amber meet Johnny Depp in 2012 whom she met the year before on the set of The Rum Diary, with whom she then became engaged in early 2014.

The following year the couple got married with a civil ceremony in the actor's house. In May 2016 Heard filed for divorce from her Depp, claiming she suffered physical violence when he was drunk; the thesis was denied by the Los Angeles police, although the story is still controversial.

Amber Heard testified in the court of Fairfax, Virginia. The actress revealed very intimate and particular details of their marital relationship, leaving no room for the imagination. Amber said a day Johnny Depp inspected inside to see if there was any cocaine inside.

She said: "Johnny often spent whole days drinking and snorting coke without eating and only sleeping a few hours. He had this big can full of cocaine on the kitchen table. One day Depp slapped me three times and then started crying.

I won't do it again, he said, and I thought I had put this monster at bay. I knew I couldn't forgive him, because that means it will happen again. I was heartbroken. I wanted to believe him, so I chose to do it. But he tore off the top of my dress, then my underwear and put his fingers inside me.

He said he was looking for his cocaine. How could I have hidden it? He slipped his fingers inside me. The next day everything seemed normal, I don't remember having any more conversation with him about what happened."