People are taking notice.. So L'Oréal?
Feb 13, 2020 —
After the shameful L'Oréal ad with Amber Heard during the Oscars people started to take interest.
Here 2 articles about this petition:
Multiple petitions to remove Amber Heard as the spokeswoman of L'Oréal are trending after audiotapes in which the actress allegedly admitted to physically abusing her former husband and actor Johnny Depp surfaced earlier this month.
The petitions — started on Change.org by Hillary Deanna and Federica P — accused the 'Aquaman' star of misrepresenting herself and the 'MeToo' movement.
They have gone viral on social media, with users ganging up on both Heard and L'Oréal, urging the beauty brand to remove the actress from their ad campaign.
The people also threatened to stop using products from the branded cosmetics line if the company keeps using Heard as the face for promotions.
Apparently, the backlash they are receiving on Twitter hasn't been enough. #BoycottLoreal," one said, while another tweeted, “You seriously played an Amber Heard commercial during the Oscars? Seriously? #BoycottLoreal #JusticeforJohnnyDepp."
A petition that seeks the removal of Amber Heard as L'Oreal spokesperson is slowly gaining more signatures following the leak of audiotapes that revealed how the "Aquaman 2" actress physically abused Johnny Depp.
"A liar and an abuser, a shame for women," reads the "Remove Amber Heard as L'Oreal spokesperson" petition on Change.org, which as of writing now has 2,938 signatures out of its 5.000 goal"
The "Remove Amber Heard as L'Oreal spokesperson" is just among the many petitions fans have raised online. There are also five petitions addressed to Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment to fire the actress as Mera in "Aquaman 2."
There are reportedly already talks in the studios that she will be replaced. A quick search of the actress' name yields several other petitions all relating to her domestic violence claims against Depp.
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