Elon Musk Issues Statement On Amber Heard Vs Johnny Depp’s Defamation Trial, Says ‘I Hope They Both Move On’

Elon Musk called the two Hollywood stars ‘incredible’, and he wished for the two to ‘move on’ in life and do better

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Elon Musk Issues Statement On Amber Heard Vs Johnny Depp’s Defamation Trial, Says ‘I Hope They Both Move On’
Johnny Depp and Amber Heard’s trial came to an end and jurors began deliberating about the same. A lot has conspired in the courtroom and many high-profile celebrities were called in for their testimony. Now, the ‘Aquaman’ actress’ ex-boyfriend and CEO of SpaceX & Tesla, Elon Musk, took to Twitter to comment on the same

Calling the two Hollywood stars ‘incredible’, he wished for the two to ‘move on’ in life and do better. 





The billionaire commented on a post that highlighted major ‘takeaways’ from Amber-Johnny’s trial and shared his views. His comment read, “I hope they both move on. At their best, they are each incredible (sic).”

For the unversed, Amber and Elon dated each other for a brief period after her split with the ‘Pirates of the Caribbean' star. Some reports also suggest that they dated each other for a year before they parted ways in 2017, however, Johnny’s lawyers had alleged during the trial that Amber started dating Musk shortly after her separation with her husband in 2015. 


The Pirates of the Caribbean actor also submitted footage of Amber’s ‘late-night meetings’ with Musk during the courtroom drama. However, when Musk was asked to testify in court, he denied and kept his distance from the courtroom drama. 

Addressing the high-profile case, Elon’s lawyer Alex Spiro told NBC that his client ‘will not be testifying’ in the defamation trial. 


For the unversed, Amber and Johnny first saw each other on the sets of the 2009 film ‘The Rum Diary’ and within a few years, they started dating and fell madly in love with each other. Later in 2015, the former couple tied the knot and took wedding vows amd within a year of their marriage, Heard filed for divorce, which got finalised in 2017.