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Amber Heard confronts JK Rowling because of Johnny Depp

     

    The actress did not like the statement of the writer about the sequel of"Fantastic Beasts and Where to find them."

    Divorce of Johnny Depp and Amber Heard has become one of the most controversial in the past year. Amber accused spouse of physical and verbal violence, Depp's representatives has repeatedly hinted at the fact that she is prone to the dramatic pursuing selfish goals. In the end they were able to agree on a more or less peaceful parting. But now the scandal surfaced again.

    The premiere of the sequel of "Fantastic Beasts and Where to find them is scheduled to be released" in 2018. When it became clear that Depp has played a leading role - the wizard Gellert Grindelwald - JK Rowling got angry posts from fans of "Potteriana": "I can't believe out of all the actors in the world who haven't been accused of domestic abuse, they picked johnny depp to be Grindelwald".

    The other day, Rowling decided to answer. The writer said that creators really wanted to pick another actor for the role of Grindelwald. However, in the end, Depp got the role, so that Joan was glad. "We should respect the agreement between two people who want to protect their privacy. Both persons expressed their desire to independently figure their life out ", - added the writer, referring to the agreement of Depp and Heard.

    But Amber did not like Rowling's message. Actress published on Twitter excerpt from the joint declaration with the ex-spouse made after the divorce. "Our relationship was intensely passionate and at times volatile, but always bound by love. No one had any intention to cause physical or emotional harm. Amber wishes Johnny all the best and will donate his financial contributions to charity after the divorce, "- said in a statement.

    "It was our joint statement, - says Heard. - it's just wrong to pull out certain phrases out of context. But women always rise. They remain strong. Love, Amber. " It seems that Heard accuses Rowling of distorting the words, in order to protect Depp. Secular observers waiting writer's reaction.

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