Johnny Depp wins support for abuse of women in Amber Heard trial

Johnny Depp wins support for abuse of women in Amber Heard trial
Awomen's abuse organization recently voiced its support for Johnny Depp amid the high-profile defamation trial between the actor and ex-wife Amber Heard.

Johnny Depp wins support for abuse of women in Amber Heard trial

Depp sued Heard for $50 million for defamation after she wrote an op-ed in 2018 alleging she was a victim of domestic violence. Heard has emotionally testified in the past few weeks that she was beaten and sexually assaulted by Depp during their relationship, and Depp has consistently denied the accusations, claiming that Heard physically abused him.

The NGO MISSION, an international non-profit that supports women and children from physical, sexual and psychological abuse, released a statement in support of Depp, and people on social media praised the organization for recognizing men as victims of domestic violence.

Valeria Altobelli, president and founder of the NGO MISSION, wrote in the statement:

 “Violence is a serious topic. As women, as mothers, we have a duty and responsibility to educate our sons and daughters, the future generation, in light of the values ​​of dialogue, respect and empathy between men and women, without any discrimination between Gender, in order to prevent violence with weapons of love and education.

The NGO MISSION, an organization concerned with the abuse of women, has released a statement in support of Johnny Depp amid the defamation trial between him and his ex-wife Amber Heard. Above, Depp waves to his fans as he walks out of court during the civil trial with Amber Heard in Fairfax County Courthouse on May 18, in Fairfax, Virginia.
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"In profound respect for the victims of domestic abuse which we have to emphasize for the intellectual honesty of, in general, women, we feel expressing, as women, and as mothers, as free thinkers, our sympathy for Johnny Depp in this ill page of his personal history."

 Altobelli also wrote and participated in an open letter according to Globe Newswire, in which she said: “MISSION NGO Women from all over the world are standing up against domestic violence, regardless of gender, age or race. Our mission is to educate men and women, with no gender differences, And continue to speak and live in the values ​​of love, mutual understanding and sensitivity in order to prevent all kinds of violence against women against men and against children.”

Altobelli's message continued, "As women, we empathize and feel empathy not with the star, the talent and the actor but with a man, a father, a worker and a human being. Mental health is something we must care about to live. In a positive environment where women and men can love and respect each other without any kind of abuse  and violence. We are human beings and we have to find the humanity we were born to live for.”

Some people online have congratulated the NGO MISSION for its stance.  A user with the name cinemask2021 wrote, "Wonderful! SO IMPORTANT! Finally a human rights organization speaks up for #JohnnyDepp."  Mission NGO, you are the first to do so.  You are heroes."

Another Twitter user wrote, "This is equality...this is true feminism!! Thanks MISSION NGO." Heard opposed Depp for $100 million due to the inconvenience. The trial took place in Fairfax, Virginia, and was a highly regarded case as witnesses from both parties spoke out regarding their understanding of the turbulent relationship between the couple. Closing arguments are expected on May 27.

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