Amber Heard has opened up about domestic violence and politics.
The actress filed for divorce from Johnny Depp two years ago and was granted a domestic violence restraining order against him.
In an interview with Glamour for her new film, Aquaman, the 32-year-old spoke about how women are judged for coming forward about certain issues.
“When a woman comes forward, she will be met with skepticism, hostility, and shame, all a man has to do is point to an incentive. He will. Or society will.”
Last year, Johnny paid a $7 million divorce settlement and Amber dismissed the restraining order against him.
Following their divorce settlement, the actress donated the sum to the ACLU, with a particular focus on ending violence against women, and the Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles.
The 32-year-old also highlighted how she wants to use her platform to help others: “My job provides me with a platform, silence is complacency.”
“We get paid less as women, and we end up spending more time on set, because of hair and makeup demands.”