HILARIOUS! Amber Heard SAVAGELY Mocked In German Advertisement!
Within 24 hours, a new video by
German discount giant Lidl had over a million views on YouTube Why a familiar face appeared in it The commercial begins on a dramatic note. It quickly becomes clear that someone is missing, and while it is playing it becomes clear that the new test pitting
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amber-colored doppelganger appears in the commercial to the shock, or rather the amusement, of millions of
German viewers in the
advertisement a man named martin is missing an alleged investigator who is also looking for martin explains to the camera there are traces leading to the market but no longer out he is probably still looking as a fashion radio talkie you are looking for martin still discounted products in the next section surpasses himself the legal marketing department itself, as the ad continues to include a cunning allusion to the
amber and johnny depp has sample chips in the supermarket To answer a man's disappearance for months, the store manager is asked how many discount products they actually have in stock, then a lady says with best
amber facial expression, by the way game, we've got dog treats that the supermarket seems set to take over Texas actress for the dog saga In both the US and Australia, the actresses' supporters have expressed their disgust at the companies she's mocking during her Johnny Depp Starbucks trial Blame brands and companies for unsealing more than 6,000 pages of documents that lack depth in the blockbuster defamation trial in which she detailed multiple allegations of abuse against her ex-husband in the months following the trial cast a favorable light According to experts, these revelations have prompted several
Amber supporters to point out ways in which they think the star was wrong during the ial now a new viral thread has shed a light on the brands and companies involved in mocking the actress during the trial t, and this latest
German ad conspicuously lacks a threat against companies and brands that participated in and benefited from
Amber's global humiliation Twitter user lillian Daisy blamed her trial in a thread with more than 25,000 likes posted.
Makeup brand Fulani Cosmetics made a tick-tock video suggesting that Bernstein is a liar after his product was used as a prop in the trial. This has emboldened millions of people joining the smear campaign against them, reads one tweet in the thread, another tweet in the thread targeted Starbucks. Starbucks stores around the world placed tip jars that said "Johnny Depp" and "
Amber" encouraging their customers to vote, usually decorating the jar with Depth hearts and some even writing Justice for Johnny. That controversy sparked a heated debate on social media earlier this year when various videos were posted online of two competing tip cans with celebrity names dying on them getting married.
Starbucks responded to the situation in April, saying the tip cans were not in line with company policy We value the creativity of our partners and the daily relationship we build with our customers, but these labels are not in line with our policy. We do not condone the use of tip jars in this manner and have removed the labels where it was reported a Starbucks spokesperson said at the time the thread also pointed out how Etsy sellers were using the trial to create themed souvenirs primarily to support Deb in a burgeoning, thriving cottage industry on the craft seller platform
Amber underwent rigorous scrutiny during the multi-million dollar defamation trial, which ended with a jury finding she had defamed Deb with actual malice after she made a comment wrote in 2018, claiming to have been a victim of domestic violence throughout the trial.
The actress has been relentlessly taunted on social media by Art and Depth supporters, and her emotional testimony that she's been struck by depth has even become a viral tick-tock trend, whether that's the
German supermarket pulling the ad or apologizing to
Amber will hopefully remain to be seen in the near future how it will continue and that's it from us today until next time bye