The comedian appeared to side with Amber, posting a cryptic quote about sisterhood moments after the verdict was made public.
“Any woman who chooses to behave like a full human being should be warned that the armies of the status quo will treat her as something of a dirty joke . . . She will need her sisterhood."
The Pretty Little Liars actress celebrated the verdict, sharing a photo of Depp to her Instagram with the caption: "YESSSSS 🖤🖤🖤🖤🖤🖤.”
She also shared a series of heart emojis on his statement when he posted it to Instagram.
The star had previously supported Depp but was surprised by his win, saying on Piers Morgan's TalkTV show: "Wow, it wasn’t what I was expecting. I mean, I wanted Johnny to win but I didn’t expect him to.”
The MAFS star reacted to news of Depp's win with a simple Instagram story, sharing the headline with a series of champagne bottle emojis.
The Love Island alum slammed the media circus surrounded the case, writing in an impassioned Instagram Story: "This case has been seen as a drama series by the world... it's not a matter of who won or lost this case. It's about respecting people who are survivors of domestic violence."
The divisive MAFS star voiced her support for Depp on Instagram during a Q&A, saying: "It's really really sad that a marriage ended like that. That said, I am so relieved for Johnny Depp this morning, I'm happy with the verdict, I hope Amber gets the help she needs."
Weighing in on the verdict on Instagram, the former Bachelorette wrote that she was "so triggered" by reactions to the case. Agie said: "I'm politely tapping out of any conversation that full heartedly supports JD [Johnny Depp] and doesn't understand how detrimental this whole case has been for victims of abuse."
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