Ireland Baldwin took to Instagram to call Amber Heard a ‘disaster of a human being’ and says she knows ‘women who are exactly like this’ and turn the world against the man’ over Johnny Depp trial.
The model and writer, 26, made it known whose side she’s on in the Johnny Depp, 58, defamation trial after she shared a screenshot of audio clip of actor reacting to a recording where Heard admitted to hitting him.
Written over the clip, Ireland wrote: ‘The thing is, I know women who are exactly like this. They are manipulative and cold and they use their very womanhood to play victim and turn the world against the man because we live in a society where it’s cool to say men are all the worst and blah blah f**kity blah.
‘Men can experience abuse too and this absolute disaster of a human being is a terrible person and I hope Johnny gets his reputation and his life back. And I hope he’s in like five Pirates movies.’
Ireland Baldwin, 26, (pictured) made it known whose side she’s on in the Johnny Depp defamation trial after she shared a screenshot of audio clip of actor reacting to a recording where Heard admitted to hitting him
Model Ireland Baldwin, 26, called Amber Heard, 34, a ‘disaster human being’ and claimed she knows ‘women who are exactly like this’
She also posted a TikTok – originally posted by j4jdeppotato – with a swirling eyes emotion of someone exposing the Milani’s All In One Correcting Kit Heard, 34, claimed she used to cover up alleged injuries was actually released until after the pair had broken up.
The couple is now embroiled in a court battle. The trial, which is still underway in Virginia, is attempting to determine if a 2018 Washington Post essay written by Heard, in which she accused the actor of domestic abuse, defamed Depp, 58.
Depp has continuously denied her allegations against him, and is seeking at least $50million in compensatory damages and a punitive award of at least $350,000, along with attorneys’ fees and court costs.
During the trial, Heard and her lawyers claimed that the actress used Milani’s All In One Correcting Kit to cover up the alleged injuries that she received at the hands of her ex-husband.
The actress’ lawyer Benjamin Rottenborn stated during his opening statement that she kept the makeup product in her purse at all times, as to make sure that her bruises were never visible to the public.
Heard’s other attorney even pulled out the concealer palette – which is no longer available on the company’s website but is listed on a resale site for $25 – and showed it to the jury.
Heard and Depp are currently embroiled in a legal battle in a Virginia courtroom
She also said: ‘I hope Johnny gets his reputation and his life back.’ Depp is suing Heard for $50million claiming she defamed him in a 2018 Washington Post essay
However, Milani Cosmetics is now claiming that it didn’t release the product that the Aquaman star said helped hide her marks until after she and Depp ended their relationship.
‘This was what she used,’ her lawyer said during her opening statement, which took place on April 12, as he held up the All In One Correcting Kit.
‘She became very adept at it. You’re going to hear the testimony from Amber about how she had to mix the different colors for the different days of the bruises as they developed in the different coloring, and how she would use [this] to touch those up to be able to cover those.’
In a now-viral TikTok video, Milani seemingly debunked these claims by stating that the brand didn’t release the concealer until 2017, while the alleged abuse was said to have taken place between 2013 and 2016.
‘You asked us… Let the record show that our Correcting Kit launched in 2017,’ the company captioned the clip, which showed a Milani employee pointing to a power point presentation about its products, which stated that the Correcting Kit in question dropped in 2017 .
‘We are here to provide the facts of the case,’ the Milani also wrote in the comment section of the video, which has now been viewed more than three million times.
But a friend of Heard’s defended her attorneys: ‘Ms. Heard’s lawyer was using an example of the kind of makeup that she used, but it’s a sad day when a makeup company uses that as an opportunity to make light of what victims of domestic violence have to do to hide the results of the abuse they endure .’
Depp and Heard first met in 2009 on the set of The Rum Diary. They started dating in 2012, got engaged in 2014, and married one year later. In 2016, Heard filed for divorce, and it was finalized in 2017.
Then, in 2018 Heard made a slew of shocking allegations against Depp while writing about being a survivor of domestic abuse for the Washington Post.
Although she never mentioned Depp by name, Depp’s lawyer Benjamin Chew said it was clear that Heard was referencing the Hollywood leading man during the trial.
Depp was accused of slapping the American actress three times in 2013, after she laughed at his infamous ‘Wino Forever’ tattoo, and attacked her in a cocaine and alcohol-fueled tirade over accusations that she cheated on him with ‘rapist’ James Franco.
But now, nearly seven years after Depp and Heard tied the knot, the Pirates of the Caribbean star stated in court that Heard was the one who became violent when their relationship soured.
Depp claimed that the couple had frequent arguments that included ‘demeaning name calling’ and ‘bullying’ by her, when he took the stand on Wednesday.
‘It seemed like pure hatred for me,’ he told the jury. ‘If I stayed to argue, eventually, I was sure it was going to escalate into violence, and oftentimes it did.’
Baldwin also posted a clip of a TikTok where Milani makeup brand showed the color corrector Heard claimed to have used to cover up alleged bruises during her and Depp’s relationship
The product wasn’t released until after the pair broke up
When asked to describe the violence, Depp said Heard would ‘strike out.’
‘It could begin with a slap. It could begin with a shove. It could begin with throwing a TV remote at my head. It could be throwing a glass of wine in my face,’ he added.
‘She has a need for conflict. She has a need for violence. It erupts out of nowhere.’
Depp said he would remove himself from the situation, sometimes locking himself in the bathroom, and insisted that he never struck Heard.
He said: In all of these situations, my main goal was to retreat.’
He also claimed that Heard threw a bottle of vodka at him during an argument which ensued after he asked her to sign a prenup in 2015, and resulted in his middle finger being cut off.
The star also accused her of spreading human fecal matter on his side of their shared bed in 2016.
Attorneys for Heard have argued that she told the truth in her piece, and that her opinion was protected as free speech under the US Constitution’s First Amendment.
Heard’s lawyers have also doubled down on her claims that Depp physically and sexually assaulted her while abusing drugs and alcohol.
Heard is seeking $100 million in damages, and has alleged that his legal team falsely accused her of manufacturing the claims against Depp.