Amber Heard hits back after being slammed for 'going braless'

‘The disrespect!’: Amber Heard is slammed for going braless and ‘wearing a Hijab as a fashion accessory’ while still showing her neck and hair as she toured a mosque in Istanbul

  • The actress is currently on holiday in the Turkish capital following her appearance at ex Johnny Depp’s libel trial at the High Court in London 
  • But she has been targeted by furious Twitter followers after sharing pictures of herself wearing ‘inappropriate clothing’ while visiting a local mosque 
  • Heard was labelled ‘disrespectful’ for revealing her hair and neck, while also appearing to go braless during her visit to the religious site  
  • The 34-year old responded following the publication of an article that directly referenced the negative response to her choice of clothing 
  • Judgement in ex-husband Depp’s High Court trial in London is not expected to be delivered by Mr Justice Nicol until late September

Amber Heard has been slammed on social media for wearing ‘inappropriate clothing’ while visiting a Turkish mosque.

The actress, 34, is currently in Istanbul following an appearance at London’s Royal Courts of Justice in July, where lurid details surrounding her acrimonious marriage to former husband Johnny Depp were made public during his high-profile libel case.  

Amber has been criticised for appearing to going braless while touring the Turkish capital’s numerous mosques, ‘wearing Hijab as a fashion accessory’ and showing her neck and hair.

Speaking out: Amber Heard has been criticised on social media for wearing ‘inappropriate clothing’ by appearing to go braless while visiting a Turkish mosque

Heard sparked the controversy after sharing an image of herself wearing a red Hijab above a loose fitting blouse during a trip to one of the historic sites. 

Captioning the image, she wrote: ‘Spent the day wandering around the magic of Istanbul’s mosques and couldn’t be more in love with this gorgeous city…’ 

Despite her apparent appreciation for the city’s rich cultural heritage, followers criticised the actress for revealing too much of her body.   

Causing offence: Heard sparked the controversy after sharing an image of herself wearing a red Hijab above a loose fitting blouse on Instagram during a trip to one of Istanbul’s historic sites 

Something to say: Heard had some choice words in response to the criticism

Taking to Twitter, one person wrote:  ‘Amber Heard has no respect for religion or race as we’ve seen many times. Posted while touring a Mosque. Using a Hijab as a fashion accessory. Hair & neck showing and braless. She posted this before and took it down immediately but has now reposted.’

While another fumed: ‘Amber heard is such a fake. She’s trying too hard.’ 

A third added: ‘Amber Heard really did enter a Mosque in Istanbul with her nipples on show didn’t she? The disrespect!’ 

Outrage: Followers criticised the actress for revealing too much of her body during her trip to the mosque

Following the publication of an article that directly referenced the negative response, a furious Heard wrote: ‘Nope. Apparently whoever paid 4 this to b “written” wasnt paid enough. 

‘Ill make it easy(ier): Mosques are real places. So are museums & churches. So are head scarfs (where they are sometimes required n order 2 visit). Mystery solved.’

Judgement in ex-husband Depp’s High Court trial in London is not expected to be delivered by Mr Justice Nicol until late September, giving his lawyers enough time to prepare for his US defamation case against Heard, which is expected to get underway next January.

In the US proceedings, Depp is suing Heard for $50 million over a 2018 article she wrote in the Washington Post in which she describes herself as being a domestic abuse survivor. 


Special visit: Heard posted some shared videos from her trip to Istanbul over the weekend

Good times: The actress is currently travelling following an appearance at London’s Royal Courts of Justice for former husband Johnny Depp’s high-profile libel case in July

Although Depp is not specifically named, his lawyers allege that it is obvious that the article refers to him and labels the actor of being a domestic abuser.

The three-week libel trial against The Sun in London, in which Depp hopes to win £350,000 in damages, has widely been seen as a ‘dress rehearsal’ for the US hearing, which will take place in Virginia.

It will feature all the same witnesses that appeared on behalf of either Depp or Heard in London and is also based on the same bombshell evidence that was produced at the High Court over the past few weeks.

Ongoing: Judgement in ex-husband Depp’s High Court trial in London is not expected to be delivered by Mr Justice Nicol until late September (pictured: Heard outside court in July)

Fight: Depp is suing Heard for $50 million over a 2018 article she wrote in the Washington Post in which she describes herself as being a domestic abuse survivor

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