The Depp / Heard Trial was a Low Point for Society

The actors may be public figures, but they are not public property.

It was practically impossible to avoid the 6-week spectacle that dominated every news cycle and publishing outlet and social media platform. There were memes, animated sketches, parodies and mocking former spouses Johnny Depp and Amber Heard as every gruesome detail of their explosive marriage and grisly…

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Actor, Filmmaker, LGBTQ+ & Women’s Rights Activist All work copyright phaylens@gmail.com

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