Ozzy Osbourne’s Daughter Aimee Says She’s Grateful For Johnny Depp’s Defamation Trial
Ozzy Osbourne’s daughter Aimee Osbourne recently shared an Instagram post and talked about her views about the lawsuit between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard. Aimee indicated she was thankful that Depp’s defamation trial brought awareness about bipolar disorder.
Johnny Depp sued Amber Heard because of her article for a US newspaper. In this article, Heard defined herself as a public figure against domestic violence by indicating her own as a victim of abuse. Although she did not give Depp’s name in the article, Heard was apparently talking about Depp. Thus, the lawsuit began, which lasted for months.
During the trial, Heard’s side accused Depp of being an abuser who used violence against her while under the effect of drugs and alcohol. On the other hand, Depp’s side asserted that Heard was an abuser and struggled with bipolar disorder.
In the previous days, the jury rendered the verdict. According to the decision, Heard would pay almost fifteen million dollars for damages as her accusations harmed Depp’s reputation and career. After the decision, Depp stated he was relieved that he would continue his life comfortably after six years.
Many people shared Depp’s contentment on social media, and famous musicians were among them. His Hollywood Vampires bandmate Joe Perry, who showed his support to Depp from the beginning, celebrated the actor’s victory. Aimee Osbourne also became one of the people who talked about the trial after it ended.
In her recent Instagram post, she initially mentioned the excellent performance of Jeff Beck and Johnny Depp sharing the same stage. Aimee said that both musicians were great and unique representations of music. Osbourne’s daughter also pointed out the importance of Depp’s defamation trial by indicating it brought an awareness of bipolar disorder. She drew attention to mental health and the need to be more open-minded and mindful of this issue.
Osbourne wrote in her words:
“Music is a universal magical gift that unites us and heals us. Watching Jeff Beck and Johnny Depp play at the Royal Albert Hall helped ground me back into how vital that is for me after a life-changing few weeks. Both are complete gentlemen and true artists riding the waves of life with authenticity and dedication to whom they are and how they share their art.
A trial ended today, hopefully bringing peace and eventual healing to all involved and affected. I’m personally grateful that the trial brought to light an understanding of BPD and the harrowing impact it can have on the people trying to cope with someone in their life with it, something I identify with deeply. I really hope we continue to approach mental health and those dealing with people in their lives struggling with its many forms with openness, curiosity, compassion, and vigilance. Sending you all love from Great Britain.”
You can see Aimee Osbourne’s post below.