Amber Heard joins Jada Pinkett Smith as abusive women in Hollywood

hIn theory, women have suffered against men in every industry, but Hollywood is another prime example of how men tend to abuse their power. Both Jada Pinkett Smith and Amber Heard They do no favors to women by behaving the way they would with their partners. In the midst of the Me Too movement, these women have abused the power they created in Hollywood and are unfortunately turning attention against themselves in a way that is devastating to feminism. All the work done by the many wonderful activists who fought for gender equality has gotten such a huge stain that Heard and Jada only took a month to create. We’re not saying that Johnny Depp and Will Smith are innocent or incapable of harming women, we’re just saying that they suffer a different kind of abuse than Amber and Jada.

Will Smith’s case is different from that of Johnny.

Both cases are abuse by their wives or ex-wives but both are considered abuse. While Jada is passive aggressive in her approach through more psychological abuse, Amber went straight to physical abuse against Johnny Depp. Heard met Johnny during the cast of the 2011 movie “Rum Diaries”, where she rose to stardom almost immediately. Since then, evidence from the recent trial between the two proves that she was obsessed with the actor and became a first-class stalker. When she didn’t make her way, the bangs were too big for Johnny to recognize as things escalated to the point that he needed a restraining order against her. Depp also responded with violence, which is also very wrong, but it was Heard who started it, as evidence at trial proved.

In the case of Jada Pinkett Smith, we have a woman who decided that She gets married under the pressures of her family but she does so reluctantly. Since then, she seems to have different ideas about what a supposed marriage is and has never agreed with Will Smith on that. Rather than divorce, she chose to continue attacking her husband with negative, aggressive comments or his betrayal. If you thought Hollywood only had men abusing their power, think again because Jada and Amber are just the tip of the iceberg. The problem is that women have historically suffered much more abuse than men, but that does not mean that all women are innocent. Both genders have terrible people who constantly abuse their power in Hollywood.