Helena Bonham Carter defends 'vindicated' Johnny Depp, says J.K. Rowling 'has been hounded'

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Helena Bonham Carter is against the cancel culture and the impact it is having on those close to her.
The 'Ocean's 8' actress, 56, defended her former collaborators Johnny Depp and J.K. Rowling in an interview published by British newspaper The Times on Saturday.
“I hate the abandonment culture. It's gotten pretty hysterical and there's kind of a witch hunt and a lack of understanding," Carter said.
Earlier this year, Depp faced ex-wife Amber Heard in court during a highly controversial trial in which he accused Heard of defaming him in a December 2018 comment. In June, a Virginia jury awarded him more than $10 million in damages. Heard also partially won her counterclaim when the jury awarded her $2 million in damages.
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The trial resurfaced Heard's allegations of abuse by Depp during intense testimonies that were live-streamed daily. Depp said he never abused Heard and claims she abused him.
Carter, who has starred alongside Depp in seven films, told The Times she believes her former co-star will be "fully confirmed" after the Virginia trial. Depp is also godfather to Carter's children Billy Ray, 18, and Nell, 14, whom he shares with ex Tim Burton.
When asked if the defamation case was the "pendulum of #MeToo swinging back," Carter said she believes "[Heard] climbed that pendulum and is the poster child for it."
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As for the backlash surrounding Rowling's transphobic comments, Carter, who starred as Bellatrix Lestrange in the Harry Potter film series, said the criticism "wouldn't be so great" if the author wasn't "the most phenomenal success."
"I think unfortunately there's a lot of envy and a need to tear people down that's driving a lot of these cancellations," the actress added. "It's horrific, a lot of nonsense. I think she was followed. It was taken to the extreme, people's powers of judgment.”
Carter continued to defend the Harry Potter author, saying: "She has allowed her opinions, especially when she has suffered abuse . They don't all have to agree on everything - that would be crazy and boring. She doesn't mean it aggressively, she's just saying something from her own experience."
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Following her remarks, Rowling was noticeably absent from HBO Max 2022 special Harry Potter 20th Anniversary: ​​Return to Hogwarts. Though she doesn't have a new appearance, the special featured Rowling's archival footage from 2019 and featured new clips of the cast celebrating the legacy of their books and sharing how the author's direction influenced their performances.
Harry Potter stars Danielle Radcliffe, Rupert Grint, Emma Watson and Eddie Redmayne, who worked with Rowling on the Fantastic Beasts series, are among the stars who have publicly denounced the author's comments and her support for trans - and have professed non-binary communities.
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This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Helena Bonham Carter Defends Johnny Depp, J.K Rowling Amid 'Rejection'
Helena Bonham Carter
English actress (born 1966)
Johnny Depp
American actor, producer and musician (born 1963)
JK Rowling
British author and philanthropist (born 1965)
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