Johnny Depp and Amber Heard’s trial has been the much-talked about occasion since fairly a couple of weeks. Now, a brand new crying filter on Snapchat has been linked to Amber’s emotional breakdown in courtroom. Amber cried in courtroom throughout her testimony and Snapchat occurred to introduce the crying filter quickly after. Nevertheless, the app firm has denied that the filter is impressed by Amber. Additionally learn: Johnny Depp’s ex-fiancée Jennifer Gray says she couldn’t recognise him in trial footage: ‘Makes me unhappy’

In response to TMZ, Snapchat has denied making a filter on Amber Heard’s emotional outburst in courtroom. It has claimed that the filter was within the making for six months, a lot earlier than Amber’s breakdown. The portal additionally experiences the filter has already obtained 1.3 billion impressions on Snapchat.

As a number of Snapchat customers used the filter and posted movies of them ‘crying’, a video of Salman Khan’s look on The apil Sharma Present additionally surfaced on-line. A consumer shared the video for individuals who wished to see the unhappy model of the comedy present.

Final week, Amber broke down in tears on the witness stand as she stated ex-husband Johnny Depp sexually assaulted her with a liquor bottle and threatened her life shortly after the pair have been married. Testifying in a extensively watched defamation trial, she talked concerning the time she visited Johnny in Australia a few month after their wedding ceremony in early 2015. Amber revealed that publish an argument, Johnny ripped off her nightgown and threw her on a ping-pong desk earlier than inserting a bottle into her vagina.

Johnny, 58, testified earlier within the trial that he by no means hit her and argued that she was the one who was the abuser. Johnny is suing Amber, 36, for $50 million, saying she defamed him when she claimed she was a sufferer of home abuse. She has counter-sued for $100 million, arguing he smeared her by calling her a liar.

(With Reuters inputs)

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