A tattoo artist has taken the fascination with the Johnny Depp-Amber Heard trial to a whole new level by honoring Depp’s lawyer with new ink.
In a clip posted on TikTok on Wednesday, 27-year-old Jazmine Wolfe showed off attorney Camille Vasquez’s self-made outline of a wavy hair and power suit with the word “objection” below.
But many of Wolfe’s 83,000 followers immediately asked a question: “Why?”
Wolfe, argued one commenter, “embodies strength, self-confidence, speaking up and seeking truth and justice.”
However, Wolfe further told The Post that she survived an abusive relationship and was “blown away” by Vasquez’s cross-examination of Depp’s ex-wife Heard.
“What I saw was a strong woman holding her ground and doing everything in her power to bring justice to what she believes to be an abuse victim and shine a light on the type of domestic violence society often faces. kind of ignores or denies it,” Wolff said. Vasquez, who on Friday offered closing remarks at the $50 million trial, during which he suggested Heard — not Depp — was “the abuser.”
However, the Ontario resident clarified that her admiration for Vasquez doesn’t mean she favors one star over the other.
“My appreciation for her diligence and demeanor has nothing to do with my opinion of Amber or Johnny, or anyone else, whose personal narrative I can’t speak to,” she said.
While the artist told The Post that he has received some encouraging comments, the logic of his tattoos being given on TikTok was not enough for dozens of trolls.
“Okay, but why did you get a tattoo without his eyes?” A user asked a question on the app
“I did it without drawing a picture of his face because it was more about the general statement / its meaning,” Wolff replied.
“Plus she’s a gorgeous girl with a whole lot of badass energy, so why not respectfully,” he clapped at another hater.
“Wow, you will regret it so much,” conceded another user, to which the creator replied, “I have been getting tattoos for 10 years now and don’t regret a single one.. What it represents for me personally Always will be so stay relevant.”
However, the original TikTok caused such an uproar that Wolfe posted additional videos sharing some of the hateful messages he had received.
She told The Post, “I’ve seen completely lewd comments asking strangers to ‘kill themselves’, that they ‘hope the tattoo gets infected’.”
“That if they ever feel bad about their life they will remember that I exist,” she said. “It’s arrogant and quite frankly disturbing.”