Johnny Depp and Amber Heard’s trial: Patralekhaa’s sister Parnalekha reacts

Actor Patralekha’s sister Parnalekha has spoken about Johnny Depp and Marilyn Manson in their new Instagram Stories. Johnny and Amber Heard are suing each other.

Actors Johnny Depp and Amber Heard are suing each other for defamation and claiming that each has been abused for nearly two years. On Monday, actor Patralekha’s sister Parnalekha shared a screenshot of a news article about Johnny’s supporters, who are now supporting her friend Marilyn Manson, who was previously accused of ‘horrific abuse’ by her ex-mistress Evan Rachel Wood. Also Read: Former agent says Johnny Depp asked for $ 20 million for ‘Star Dimmed’, agency due to his unprofessional behavior

Parnalekha shared a screenshot of the news article, titled ‘Johnny Depp’s Fans Support Marilyn Manson Amidst Depp-Herd Trial’. Sharing a screenshot, she wrote, “Two bisexual women in America teach you that art and abuse are not the same thing. Artists can be demons and sometimes our heroes can be our private demons. It takes you a century to realize it.

Parnalekha at the trial of Amber Heard and Johnny Depp.
Parnalekha at the trial of Amber Heard and Johnny Depp.

Marilyn and her ex-fianc ರಾe Rachel revealed they were married in 2007 and were briefly engaged before they broke up in 2010. In 2017, when the #MeToo movement gained momentum, Rachel said she had abused and testified to a congressional committee in 2018, without naming anyone.

Then in an Instagram post in February 2020, she named Marilyn, who “terribly abused me for years.” Marilyn’s dropped from her record label. Several other women have made similar allegations. At least three of them have been sued. The police began investigating Marilyn.

Johnny sued Amber in an op-ed written for The Washington Post in December 2018, in which she described herself as “a public figure representing domestic abuse.” Amber, who appeared in Aquaman, did not name Johnny in Op-Ed, but sued her for suggesting he was a domestic abuser and wanted $ 50 million in damages.

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