Fans Mock ‘Bot-Generated’ #AmberHeardIsASurvivor Trend on Twitter

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It's been nearly a month since Amber Heard lost the multi-million defamation case her former spouse Johnny Depp filed against her but the Aquaman star can't seem to escape the limelight. As it stands, the 36-year-old actress continues to be the topic of discussion amongst fans and her name would frequently pop up in various social media platforms.

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Just recently, the hashtag #AmberHeardIsASurvivor became a hot trending topic on Twitter and while one would assume that the trend has something to do with fans coming to the actress' defense following the highly-publicized Virginia trial, it turns out that it's actually the other way around.

Some fans even believe that the trend, which seems to imply that Heard is a strong and resilient human being is actually bot-generated and created by trolls. They even went as far as accusing Amber's camp of paying for it just to gain traction on the platform. Well, that's wild. Check out some of the tweets below:

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Also Read: Amber Heard Reportedly Believes Her Career is Over Following Court Loss to Johnny Depp

In other news, Amber reportedly signed a lucrative book deal which would see her publish a book that would chronicle her failed marriage to Johnny. According to sources, the actress believes that her acting career is over and she's currently in a position where she'd do anything to bring back her financial stability.

We don't know for sure if her rumored tell-all book will actually be a box office hit but I do believe that curiosity alone will help her sell it.

Meanwhile, Amber Heard's potential last project, Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom has been rescheduled to March 17, 2023.