Heard deleted her Twitter account at the same time her former partner, Elon Musk, acquired it.
With Elon Musk as the new owner of Twitter, those who use it daily are left wondering what will happen to the platform. Whether he’ll grow tired of it and sell it at a loss or if he’s good enough to drive the social media company into success is yet to be seen.
With all of the negativity on Twitter as of late, Amber Heard has decided that it is finally time to leave the site. As Musk’s former partner, she was one of the primary targets of hate and abuse over the past few years. Therefore, she may be one of the best examples of someone who does not need to be subjected to The Hell Site anymore.
Thus, while Musk was busy pleading for $8 each to maintain Twitter’s verification system against fraud this week, online detectives noticed that Heard had quietly deleted her account.
Amber Heard’s social media platforms have been relatively inactive recently, which is perfectly understandable considering her past legal struggles with her ex-husband Johnny Depp. Last week, she finally deactivated her Twitter account; however, she still has an Instagram profile that hasn’t seen much recent activity.
Amber is an exceptional case due to the level of anger directed toward her as well as her connection to Musk. According to reports, Musk and Heard dated from 2016 to 2017, as Heard spoke positively of him in 2018; it is unclear where they stand now.
From now on, Elon Musk will be dogged by this question: How much dysfunction, frustration, and scattershot innovation from the big names help keep the social media site relevant—not to mention the everyday users who generate content that makes it attractive to advertisers—will users tolerate before they leave?
In the “Harry & Meghan” Docuseries, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Revealed Details about their First Meetings
As stated by Netflix, the royal family did not want to say anything about the things people said in the two-part documentary series.
In the new docu-series “Harry & Meghan,” Prince Harry and Meghan Markle open up about the early days of their relationship, sharing intimate details that offer a glimpse into their private lives.
The show opens with a note from Netflix stating that the royal family refused to give comment on the events and happenings shown in the series. Also, Meghan and Harry wrapped up all interviews before August, even before Queen Elizabeth’s passing.
The first episode showed Harry at Heathrow Airport on the day of “Megxit,” when he and Meghan Markle announced they would no longer perform senior royal duties.
Markle expressed her feelings, saying, “I don’t even know where to begin,” fighting back the tears as she films herself in her home state of California.
The prince confessed in the first episode that he had encountered Markle on Instagram during the summer of 2016. They kept their relationship “under wraps” from July 2016 until October of that year, when they decided to go public.
In the first episode, many of the couple’s friends made appearances, including Harry’s polo pal Ignacio “Nacho” Iglesias. They all vouched for Markle and Harry and how they were madly in love with each other from the day they met.
Episode one of the docu-series dives into Harry’s relationship with his late mother, Princess Diana. He also stated that he constantly had paparazzi following him around, making it difficult to enjoy his childhood.
Harry divulged that his mother, Diana, was “tricked” into giving the popular Panorama interview in which she talked about her life as a member of the royal family. Harry also stated that his mother was “harassed” while married to the now King of England, King Charles. However, the harassment only amplified once they got a divorce.
Harry was advised as a child not to react or engage with the paparazzi if he wanted to avoid their attention. The Duke of Sussex said that the tabloids were hounding his wife in a similar way to how they treated his late mother, Princess Diana.
In the final minutes of the first episode, Harry candidly admitted that he was “naive” when he made his relationship with Markle public in October 2016. Harry stated that he was aware of the fact that many individuals disapproved of how he relinquished his royal duties in 2020. but asserted that his intentions were merely to “protect” his family.
Prior to the release of their docu-series, Harry and Markle were criticized for including a clip where they claimed paparazzi were hounding them. However, this turned out to be an old photo from the London premiere of “Harry Potter” – years before the two had even met. According to the reports, the photographers were taking pictures of the star cast of the movie “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part Two” in Trafalgar Square, London. This incident occurred five years before Prince Harry met his wife, Meghan Markle.
Tuesday night, Markle and Harry went to the 2022 Ripple of Hope Award Gala organized in New York City.
After stepping down from their senior royal duties in 2020, the couple moved to California, where they are raising their son, Archie, and daughter, Lilibet.
The series’ first three episodes were released on Thursday, with Volume II coming out on December 15, 2022.
Amber Heard Pleads for a New Trial in the Defamation Case Against Johnny Depp
The actress has requested a new trial after Johnny Depp’s win in their court battle, citing several “unfair” factors.
Amber Heard is requesting another defamation trial against her ex-husband Johnny Depp, arguing that she did not receive a fair hearing the first time around. The 36-year-old actress, most well-known for her performance in Aquaman, recently filed court documents as part of the appeals process from the five-week trial that occurred back in May. She is requesting either a reversal of the previously declared verdict or an entirely new trial.
She argued that the therapy notes in which she reported being abused should not have been excluded from the trial. Still, Fairfax County, Virginia Judge Penney Azcarate ruled them out as hearsay.
According to reports, Heard’s lawyers wrote in the 68-page document dated November 23 that the trial court did not allow the jury to deliberate on several occasions when Heard reported Depp’s abuse. If this decision is not reversed, it will be harder for other abuse victims to prove their allegations and likely discourage them from coming forward at all, they argued.
Depp, aged 59, sued Heard for $50 million ($A73 million) and won his case on June 1. He argued that Heard’s Washington Post op-ed- which made claims of domestic abuse against Depp- was defamatory. As a result, he was awarded $US10.35 million ($A15 million). Although Depp won the majority of the case, Heard was awarded $US2 million on one count from her countersue against Depp.
Furthermore, Heard’s lawyers contended that the trial ought to be in California–where the couple used to reside together–instead of Virginia, where The Washington Post’s servers are located. The filing states that Virginia courts are entirely inconvenient and have no connection to Depp or any meaningful connection to his claims.
Her lawyers argued that the case should never have gone to trial because Depp had already been ruled against in a 2020 UK court case, where he sued Britain’s The Sun in 2020 for referring to him as a wife-beater.
The Pirates of the Caribbean star has already appealed the case to a higher court, claiming that the one count of defamation that Heard won at trial was based on false information.
The filing said that the jury’s favorable verdict on all three of the defamatory statements in his complaint fully vindicated Mr. Depp and restored his reputation.
Roberta Flack, An Icon In The Music Industry, Was Recently Diagnosed With Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis And Will Lose The Ability To Sing
In 2016, Roberta Flack, the singer of “Killing Me Softly With His Song,” experienced a stroke.
The renowned Singer Roberta Flack, best known for unstoppable hits like “Killing Me Softly With His Song” and “The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face,” recently has been diagnosed with the degenerative neurological condition Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) as announced by her manager Suzanne Koga. Koga also remarked that the ALS disease has made it difficult for Flack to sing and speak, but she remains an icon that cannot be silenced. This is not Flack’s first health setback; she suffered a stroke in 2016.
Reports state that Flack plans to remain creative and work with her Roberta Flack Foundation despite her diagnosis. According to Flack’s website, the foundation exists to help aspiring creatives achieve their goals. She also plans to explore other avenues of creativity.
Antonino D’Ambrosio’s new film Roberta, a documentary about Flack, will premiere this week as part of the DOCNYC festival. The movie will then air on PBS as part of their American Masters series on January 24th, 2023. In addition to the film, next year, Flack will also release a children’s book named The Green Piano: How Little Me Found Music, which she co-wrote with Tonya Bolden. This book tells the story of Flack’s childhood, how she learned to play piano, and how it changed her life.
Roberta Flack’s fourth solo album, “Killing Me Softly,” is approaching its 50th anniversary and will be reissued soon. To date, Roberta Flack has won five Grammy Awards–two of which were for “Killing Me Softly With His Song.” She was also awarded a lifetime achievement award in 2020.