Actress Helena Bonham Carter defended her fellow actor Johnny DeppAnd that was after the latter’s victory several months ago over his ex-wife, actress Amber Heard, in the defamation case, and Carter confirmed that the court ruling, which ruled in favor of Depp, “completely exonerated him,” according to the report published on the “nme” website, after a wave of criticism that Directed to Depp and his allies, as a group of those in charge of the #MeToo movement asserted that the ruling incites sexual assault in homes.
And Carter continued, saying: “Depp’s victory in his war against Heard has nothing to do with the #MeToo movement that stands against sexual assault and harassment, and this is a big problem as followers deal with problems according to their views, and on which side they support.”
Carter emphasized, saying: “People cannot be judged because of their relationships whose hidden aspects we do not know, and in this case there will be millions of people who, if you look closely at their personal lives, will disqualify them.”
The actress, who played Bellatrix Lestrange in the Harry Potter films, discussed the controversy surrounding Rowling after she made comments that were criticized as transphobic, according to the report. Posted on “nme”.
Bonham Carter told the Times: “That’s a bad way to deal with people, and I think it’s a stalker. She’s been used a lot, and it’s her right to say whether or not the idea is. Everyone has their own history of dealing with things. And you have to respect where people come from.”