‘Triple his salary to return’: Fans want Disney & Warner Bros to APOLOGIZE to Johnny Depp

The defamation trial of the decade between Johnny Depp and his ex-wife Amber Heard has come to an end and the jury has arrived at a verdict. The jury arrived at the conclusion that Heard did defame Depp. In addition to celebration and joy, some fans of Depp have taken to Twitter to slam Disney and Warner Bros for siding with Heard, as Depp was cast out of the sixth part of the movie franchise.

They ask the entertainment companies to issue a public apology to Depp owing to the lack of support during the six weeks of the trial. Johnny Depp was set to play his iconic role as Captain Sparrow in the sixth Pirates of the Caribbean film which is owned by Walt Disney until he lost the role following Heard’s domestic abuse allegations. Additionally, he was also asked to leave the role of Grindelwald in the ‘Fantastic Beasts franchise developed by Warner Bros following the 2018 op-ed.

Some users shared suggestions like paying Depp more after the companies ‘burned all bridges’ with him. Following are some of the tweets where fans demand an apology.

One user said, “so you guys gonna like publicly apologise to Johnny Depp? Maybe tripling his salary to return to #PiratesoftheCaribbean would be a lovely start. #DeppvsAmberHeard #DeppHeardTrial #JohnnyDepp #disney”


“I think you owe Captain Jack Sparrow an apology..and be sure to grovel! #DeppVsHeard #JohnnyDepp #Disney,” was another suggestion.

“#Disney and #WarnerBros owe #JohnnyDepp a HUGE apology!! #JusticeForJohhnyDepp was served today! He did not deserve what was done to him! #JohnnyDeppIsInnocent,” said another.

Another said, ” hey #Disney just a quick one… Will you be issuing a public apology to #JohnnyDepp for casting him as guilty until proven innocent without hearing all the facts? Well, the facts have outed themselves today. We ALL will be waiting… #JusticeForJohnnyDepp #DeppHeardTrial”

Source & Credit: thecareerbd.com

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