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Johnny Depp’s Defamation Win Marks End of ‘#MeToo’ Era

'#MeToo has been used as a weapon and finally women are learning that they will be held liable for false statements against innocent men... '

(Molly Bruns, Headline USA) Claiming victory in the highly publicized and controversial defamation suit against his ex-wife, actor Johnny Depp has conservative commentators declaring this landmark win as the end of the #MeToo movement.

In the suit against his ex-wife, Amber Heard, Depp won $15 million in damages, debunking claims Heard made of spousal abuse, Breitbart reported.

Pundits flocked to Twitter, rejoicing at the win, congratulating Depp and declaring the death of #MeToo.

“Johnny Depp won in the court of public opinion and in the court of law,” tweeted Rich Zeoli, a Philadelphia Talk Radio host. “Pirates of the Carribbean: The End of #MeToo.”

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“#MeToo is officially over,” said journalist Michelle Celarier.

“Amber Heard still saying he did it,” said commentator Carmine Sabia. “Ridiculous. She lied. She is a liar. #MeToo has been used as a weapon and finally women are learning that they will be held liable for false statements against innocent men.”

Fox News anchor Martha MacCallum said it “is interesting to watch this dynamic in the frame of these #MeToo stories,” and “there’s some pieces written that this puts a bit of a stake of the heart in the notion that you believe all women.”

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