Johnny Depp Makes A Statement As He Wears ‘Truth Ring’ To Court Amid Amber Heard Battle, Fans Say ‘Truth Will Prevail’

Johnny Depp has made a statement by wearing a ‘truth ring’ for his latest appearance for the on-going legal battle with his ex-wife

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Johnny Depp Makes A Statement As He Wears ‘Truth Ring’ To Court Amid Amber Heard Battle, Fans Say ‘Truth Will Prevail’
A lot has been speculated in Johnny Depp and Amber Heard’s $100 defamation lawsuit. The world has its eyes on the case and many behavoiurial and psychological analysts have issued their observations about the former couple.

Interestingly, Johnny Depp’s rings speak a lot about him. The actor has made a statement by wearing a ‘truth ring’ for his latest appearance for the on-going legal battle with his ex-wife. 


On Thursday, May 19, Depp donned a thick silver ring with the word "truth" inscribed in it in the court.

The ring caught a lot of attention on the internet and many Depp fans believe that the 58-year-old meant that the truth will prevail, others thought it was a 'wild' choice to wear it to the court.

Johnny Depp and Amber Heard have been engaged in a rather brutal courtroom battle, and their roaring testimonies have left the audience divided. The hashtags #IStandWithJohnnyDepp and #IStandWithAmberHeard are being used by fans to publicly support one or the other.





Several popular celebrities like Chris Rock, Joe Rogan, Ireland Baldwin, and Eva Green have publicly backed Depp, while Julia Fox, Kathy Griffin, and Howard Stern have backed Heard.

Talking about the ‘Truth Ring’ many people on Twitter have mixed views. "He wears it because truth will win out no matter if he wins this or not. People know he's innocent of what she has accused him of," a user wrote.

Coming to the "Truth ring", many people on Twitter have mixed views. "He wears it because truth will win out no matter if he wins this or not. People know he's innocent of what she has accused him of," a user wrote.

Depp is suing Heard, 36, for defamation after she hinted in an op-ed essay for The Washington Post in 2018 that their relationship was abusive. The $50 million lawsuit was first filed by the "Cry Baby" star in March of this year. Heard has filed a $100 million countersuit.