Johnny Depp And Amber HardIts controversial trial is over, but the fallout from the lawsuit is still ongoing. Stanford Law Professor Michelle Daber He recently shared screenshots of tweets from Depp fans after commenting on the actor’s attorney, Camilla Vasquez.
Dauber Dubs Vasquez A ‘Suck Up’
In a series of tweets, Dabur denounced Vasquez for defending Depp. “In a society that deprives women of real power, some women have learned to seek the approval of men in the hope that they will not be raped or humiliated,” the professor wrote in his tweet, adding that “sucking on power may feel good. But you It won’t work. You’ll be there. “
In a second tweet, she captioned a photo of Vasquez, saying, “Women lawyers are the worst of all women sucking male power. They are desperate to prove they are ‘real lawyers’ and realize that being a woman undermines their identity as lawyers, they throw women under the bus as hard and fast as possible. “
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Dauber also posted multiple tweets pointing out that many high-profile men who have been accused of abuse, sexual harassment, or harassment often hire female attorneys in an attempt to look more sympathetic. Her thread included pictures of female lawyers representing Bill Cosby, former Gov. Andrew Cuomo, R. Kelly and Harvey Weinstein.
Depp fans have launched a horrific online attack
The tweets quickly caught the attention of Depp’s fanbase, which flooded Daber’s comments section with scary comments. “First of all, how much courage do you have ?! Second, why not look at the actual evidence instead of the ‘male versus female’ argument? One person tweeted. Another wrote, “He has a job and he does it … some people will appreciate it.”
The Stanford professor posted a screenshot of some of the more intensely hateful tweets, writing, “Today Depp fans call me c * nt, criminal, b * tch, mistaken me for a man, and a troll trying to threaten my job for lack of my outfit. Did. (After calling me ac * nt). One of their accounts is locked. ”
“That’s what they did after they won,” he said. “Imagine if they lost #ISstandWithAmberHeard.” Hate continues, with some even emailing Dabur, calling him “disrespectful” [the] Law profession “and a” hater. “
Proponents of her case have been working to make the actual transcript of this statement available online
Although Dabar is getting a lot of hatred online, he also has some supporters. “Michelle [sic], Thank you for being, ”one wrote. Another tweeted, “Of course stay! You are a strong woman and a great role model! ”
Although Depp vs. The hard trial is over, the conversation over the case is still going on — but let’s hope that anyone who doesn’t agree with the actor’s opinion will stop this vicious online attack.