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Rachel Riley Slams Johnny Depp’s ‘Disgusting’ T-shirt That She Says Is ‘Domestic Cheerleading Abuse’

As the successful libel trial between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard reaches its final week, reality TV star Rachel Riley has weighed in again by criticizing a Depp t-shirt being sold online.

The 36-year-old Countdown math whiz, who last week said he wouldn’t wish Depp ‘on his worst enemy’, criticized a T-shirt that says ‘Flappy Fish Market’.

It references an incendiary comment the Pirates of the Caribbean star made about his then-wife Heard in a text message to their business manager in August 2016, three months after the couple decided to divorce.

“I have no pity, no fear, no shred of emotion, or what I once thought was love for this low-level, dime-a-dozen, mushy, no-nonsense, overhanging flappy fish market gold digger “says the text that has been used as evidence in court.

Riley has now described the clothing, designed and sold by Third Unit and available through online t-shirt portal Teepublic, as ‘absolute bin fire’.

“Enrich and encourage domestic abuse,” he wrote on Twitter. ‘What about the absolute fire bin.’

The description on the website reads: ‘Gold panning, low level, ten cents a dozen, soft, no nonsense, over hanging, worn at a flappy fish market! — Johnny Depp reportedly wrote just three months after he said he decided to divorce Amber Heard.

The store sells T-shirts and other items emblazoned with the logo celebrating the phrase for $22, with mugs and masks for $15 each. Children’s t-shirts are sold at the same price as adult t-shirts.

The 'Flappy Fish Market T-Shirt', available through online t-shirt portal Teepublic, references an inflammatory comment the Pirates of the Caribbean star wrote about his then-wife, Amber Heard.

The ‘Flappy Fish Market T-Shirt’, available through online t-shirt portal Teepublic, references an inflammatory comment the Pirates of the Caribbean star wrote about his then-wife, Amber Heard.

Riley tweeted her disgust at the t-shirt that said 'encourages domestic abuse'

Riley tweeted her disgust at the t-shirt that said ‘encourages domestic abuse’

Countdown bright spark Riley criticized the decision to sell the shirt as an 'absolute fire' on Twitter

Countdown bright spark Riley criticized the decision to sell the shirt as an ‘absolute fire’ on Twitter

Johnny Depp in court today

Depp, 58, is currently suing Heard, 36, for $50 million after she wrote a 2018 op-ed referring to herself as “a public figure representing domestic abuse,” which he says ruined his career. career even though he did not name him directly.

Heard, pictured in court today, is suing her ex-husband for $100 million

Heard, pictured in court today, is suing her ex-husband for $100 million

One of Heard’s friends, Eve Barlow, also described the products as “vile”.

And another follower tweeted: “Just when you think it couldn’t get any worse.”

Meanwhile, Depp, 58, is suing Heard, 36, for $50 million after she wrote an op-ed in 2018 referring to herself as “a public figure representing domestic abuse,” which which, according to him, ruined his career even though he did not name it directly. .

Depp has been accused of domestically abusing Heard on multiple occasions and spanning their brief marriage between February 2015 and August 2016.

Riley had said he “wouldn’t wish” Depp on his “worst enemy” on Wednesday when he shared a Twitter thread calling the actor “problematic.”

She retweeted the post, which makes accusations about Depp’s past prior to his relationship with Heard, including his friendship with Marilyn Manson, who received allegations of physical and sexual abuse from ex-fiancée Evan Rachel Wood and several other women earlier in the year. 2021. Manson denies the allegations.

The Twitter thread also alleged that ‘Johnny groomed Winona Rider when she was 17 and he was in his late 30s’ and claimed that the actor had a ‘history of homophobia’, although there is no evidence to substantiate these claims.

Flappy Fish Market Mug

The phrase ‘flappy fish market’ comes from a text message Depp sent to his business manager in August 2016, three months after the couple decided to divorce.

Share: The Countdown star, 36, retweeted the post, which outlined claims about Johnny's past as he remains embroiled in a legal battle with ex-wife Amber Heard.

Share: The Countdown star, 36, retweeted the post, which outlined claims about Johnny’s past as he remains embroiled in a legal battle with ex-wife Amber Heard.

Heard has alleged that Depp dragged her by her hair and ripped chunks out of it during a raid in 2015 as one of numerous allegations of domestic abuse by Depp.

Heard has alleged that Depp dragged her by her hair and ripped chunks out of it during a raid in 2015 as one of numerous allegations of domestic abuse by Depp.

Riley previously wrote on May 4: “I still don’t understand how anyone can defend this man” after publishing excerpts from a civil trial at London’s High Court last year when Depp sued The Sun newspaper for defamation for labeling him a “wife beater”. ‘.

Depp lost the trial after the judge concluded the accusation was “substantially true” in a 129-page ruling.

“I can only imagine that anyone defending him has not read this trial, and I hope no one else has,” he added.

Riley then shared another tweet from domestic abuse researcher Emma Katz, which included a link to an article from the US National Domestic Violence Hotline titled “The Myth of Mutual Abuse.”

The article stated, “Many times, we speak with survivors of abuse who want to address concerns they have about their own behaviors.”

Depp has denied allegations of abusive behavior from his ex-wife and recently testified in court that he has lost “nothing less than everything” as a result of the allegations.

When asked what he had lost after Heard’s op-ed was published, he said: ‘Nothing less than everything.

‘When the accusations were made [and] speeding around the world, telling people I was a drunken, cocaine-fueled menace who beat up women, suddenly in my 50s, it’s over. You are done.

Teepublic has been contacted for comment.

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