Amber Heard Graffiti has netizens wondering if women receive more hate than men for abuse accusations OCN NEWS

The Johnny Depp-Amber Heard trial spilled out of the courtroom onto our social media feeds. Now, a graffiti by Amber Heard, apparently in Spain, has sparked a discussion about why most men accused of abuse don’t face such public hatred. The art shows Amber Heard with a long, Pinocchio-like nose in which she says, “You broke my nose, Johnny.” Pinocchio’s nose could be the artist’s way of showing that Heard is lying. A Twitter user shared the photo and wrote:

“I have never in my life seen a man become the target of such hatred.”

“Depp Stans accuses Heard of lying about a broken nose after he headbutted her. She never said that, however, she said she *thought* he had broke his nose because it hurt so much.

The ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ star’s libel lawsuit against his ex-wife has brought the world up to speed on their often turbulent married life. The track caused a strong divide on the internet, with most backing Depp. This has led some to wonder if Heard bears the brunt of the high-profile courtroom drama disproportionately.

“People who believe Depp seem to be more angry that they lied than abused Depp. as if they didn’t care about male victims, they just reveled in the thought that a woman could have made a false accusation.

“I also find it disturbing that people care enough about celebrities (especially jd) to create this?! you don’t know the man?! you don’t know anything?! I hate that this trial is televised. I hate that it does people think twice about disclosing IPV.

“How many people on the Depp* team are willing to admit that they are more concerned with hating Heard than actually supporting Depp? gossip celebrity feuds team)”

Johnny Depp has sued Amber Heard for an opinion piece she wrote in The Washington Post.

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