CyberWorrier · 16 days ago

Of course we shouldn’t, and it is so, so sad and in many ways completely unacceptable to drag kids into these matters of ‘unholy alliance.’ Allegations and facts are two different things but often an allegation (for whatever reason) is enough for media and others to ‘hang, draw, and quarter’ the recipient especially with an A list celeb under the spotlight. The lawyers are very happy watching these drawn out cases turn into epics, as they pocket their handsome rewards while the media get their day with front page coverage…Hollywood soap at its lowest but it sells papers. Depp’s daughter appears to be siding with her Father which is interesting, but this whole case of whether the woman is to be believed under-emphasises and patronizes the physical capabilities of women in this new woke society. Women are capable of ‘dishing it out’ as well as men but in Depps case, money has become a curse, as all the main characters attempt to feed on that wealth.

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SleepyJoe · 16 days ago

The problem is that people only recognize physical violence, but not emotional violence, which can be just as scarring, or even more.

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Youngguari · 16 days ago

Emotional abuse leaves deeper unseen scars, and it can remain hidden. I agree.

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patkgreen · 15 days ago

And it is female weapon.

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Ive_got_a_sword · 16 days ago

From what I have learned from the Depp/Heard battle, the abuse was allegedly two way. Any domestic violence is abhorrent, however, in many case ‘it takes two to tango’ and when vast amounts of money come into the equasion the dynamics change dramatically.

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