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3.7 Million People Approved Petition For Amber Heard's Depak from Aquaman Movie

A total of 3.7 million people from around the world have signed a petition to remove actress Amber Heard from Aquaman. With the presence of this petition, Amber Heard’s career in the world of cinema is increasingly threatened.

Amber Heard is an American actress who was born and raised in Texas. He made his film debut in a minor supporting role in the sports drama Friday Night Lights, followed by a series of other minor roles in television and film.

Now, the actress who was born on April 22, 1986 is currently involved in a problem with actor Johnny Depp. She accused Johnny Depp of being the perpetrator of domestic violence, but many believed that Amber herself had abused her husband.

Petition To Remove Amber Heard From Aquaman Film Reaches 3.7 Million People

The petition was presented through the site by Jeanne Larson. According to CNN, he has petitioned the SVP of Publicity and Communications for DC Warner Bros., Courtney Simmons, and DC Entertainment’s Corporate Communications, Paul McGuire.

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In her petition, Jeanne Larson assessed that Amber Heard was the real domestic violence suspect, not Johnny Depp. Of course, this assumption is based on several facts released by Johnny Depp in a trial that has been carried out since a few weeks ago.

Not to forget, he also demanded that Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment expel Amber Heard from the Aquaman film project that is currently being worked on.

Amber Heard's Petition
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“Amber Heard is known and has been proven to be a violent offender, Warner Brothers and DC Entertainment should and should remove Amber Heard from Aquaman 2,” wrote Jeanne Larson.

“They must not ignore the suffering of Heard’s victims, and must not glorify perpetrators of domestic violence,” he continued.

Until this article was published, the petition had been signed by 3.7 million people from all over the world. Of course, this number will still be able to continue to increase over time. Larson’s target is 4.5 million people.

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However, until now the WB and DC have not provided any response regarding the petition. The two have also not decided whether Amber Heard was fired from the Aquaman project or not.