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DC angry again to their fansbut this time not due to their artistic decisions in his movies, this time we tried for his support of the controversial Amber Heard, who celebrated their birthday recently.

DC congratulates Amber Heard for a birthday and the fans of Aquaman are FURIOUS

Amber Heard angry fans of Aquaman

On the 22nd of April, Amber Heard celebrated his birthday 34 and received the congratulations of DC through the official account of the movies Aquaman in Twitter, but that angered his fans.

“Happy birthday, Amber Heard ¡Be a fantastic day!”, he wrote the account of Aquaman on Twitter, to which they received answers such as, “abusers do not deserve fantastic days”.

The decision of DC of publicly congratulate Amber Heard, who gives life to Mere in “Aquaman”, surprised fans, as the actress lost the support of the public after the revelations of her relationship with Johnny Depp.

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The outrage over the revelations of physical or emotional abuse of Amber Heard against Johnny Depp was so great that they even created a petition to demand that was fired from the sequel to “Aquaman”, to which DC refused.

Fans of Aquaman hate Amber Heard

A little more than two years, when he began his divorce proceedings, Amber Heard accused the actor, Johnny Depp of physically abusing her during their marriage.

After the accusations, which caused Johnny Depp out vetoed of Hollywood, the actor sued Amber Heard for defamation and said that she was the one who assaulted them verbally, physically, and emotionally.

After two years in legal suits, it came to light the recording of a conversation between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard where the actress confessed to being violent against the actor.

The leaking of the audio, recorded by the same Amber Heard, caused the actress to lose the support of the public and even demanded the departure of “Aquaman”.