In the midst of the viral Amber Heard vs Johnny Depp case, street art depicting Amber Heard as pinocchio is going up in Spain.

Street art of Amber Heard depicted as Pinocchio has recently gone up in Gran Canaria, Spain in the midst of the Amber Heard vs. Johnny Depp case.

@RottenInDenmark on Twitter tweeted their thought that the heat on Amber Heard is excessive and this might be due to her being a woman. Although, the user left out any context they may have been referencing from the case that proves she is undeserving of the level of negativity directed at her.

“I have never in my life seen a man become the target of hate like this”

Another Twitter user replied and pointed out that the OP was wrong about the artwork’s location being in New York and instead linked to the artist, who is based out of Gran Canaria, Spain.

While this isn’t concrete evidence of the piece’s location, as artists are allowed to travel, it is more evidence than the OP provided that the artwork resided in New York.

“What’s worse is that this is in Gran Canaria, Spain! A place that should have very little emotional investment in the trial.

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Look at the comments (some in Spanish by locals) high-fiving the artist.”

Here is the original post from the artist.

“Amber feka!💩 cuántos inocentes en prisión no? Mi parte de una produ al sol y viento con @sakervcg @nbqspray #nbqsquad✔️

A petition to get Heard removed from Aquaman 2 has also just reached over 4 million signatures. The petition is quickly becoming one of the top signed on and has increased by over 1 million signatures since we last wrote about it.

Below is the statement that accompanies the petition.

“Amber Heard has been exposed as a domestic abuser by Johnny Depp. In his $50 million lawsuit, Johnny Depp describes many incidents of domestic abuse that he suffered at the hands of his (then) wife Amber Heard, including one incident where she punched him twice in the face and another where she shattered his finger with a vodka bottle, and his finger had to be surgically reattached. He will bear the scar from that for the rest of his life.

Also, Amber Heard was arrested in 2009 for abusing a former domestic partner, Tasya Van Ree, demonstrating a repeated pattern of abuse by Amber Heard.

Since Heard’s divorce from Johnny Depp, she has systematically crusaded to ruin Depp in Hollywood, repeating multiple accounts of fake incidents in which she had actually abused Johnny Depp, but lied and created false accounts of him being the abuser. About the incident during which she shattered the bones in Johnny Depp’s finger and nearly severed it, causing Depp to require surgery to reattach and repair it, Heard presented a false story claiming that he cut off his finger himself, dipped it in paint and scrawled obscenities all over the walls.

Likewise, Heard recounts fabricated incidents of Johnny Depp hitting her in the face when she had, in fact, punched him. Though staff and neighbors in the building where she lived reported seeing no marks on her face in the hours and days after she says Johnny Depp hit her, yet she appeared in court six (6) days later with bruises on her face, asking for a temporary restraining order, which was granted. Photos of Heard from the very next day show her full face, without makeup, and not a single bruise.

As Amber Heard is a known and proven domestic abuser, Warner Brothers and DC Entertainment should and must remove Heard from their Aquaman 2 film project. They must not ignore the suffering of Heard’s victims, and must not glamorize a domestic abuser.

Men are victims of domestic abuse, just like women. This must be recognized, and action must be taken to prevent a known abuser from being celebrated within the entertainment industry.

Do the right thing. Remove Amber Heard from Aquaman 2.”

Warner Bros has not taken action on the petition at the time of this article’s publication.

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