Amber Heard and Johnny Depp’s trial has ended, however, the headlines including the two aren’t slowing down. The infamous defamation trial has risen many to fame including the attorneys involved in the case. Both parties had a number of supporters and now a new supporter seems to have joined Amber Heard’s army.
Michele Dauber, a Stanford law professor, recently tweeted a series of blistering attacks on Johnny Depp’s lawyer Camille Vasquez, accusing her of “sucking up to male power.” The professor has been chastised for posting “offensive and disparaging” tweets regarding Camille Vasquez, Johnny Depp’s lawyer. It was later revealed that the professor threatened to falsely accuse someone of sexual violence (no doubt she’s Heard’s supporter)
Amber Heard supporter Michele Dauber threatens to falsely accuse someone of sexual violence
Last Thursday, Michele Dauber rushed to Twitter, publishing a screenshot of Vasquez and accused her of “sucking up to male power.”
“Of all the women who suck up to male power, women lawyers are the absolute worst of the bunch,” Dauber wrote. “Desperate to prove they are ‘real lawyers’ and understanding that being a woman undermines their identity as lawyers, they throw women under the bus as hard and fast as they can.”
Of all the women who suck up to male power, women lawyers are the absolute worst of the bunch. Desperate to prove they are "real lawyers" and understanding that being a woman undermines their identity as lawyers, they throw women under the bus as hard and fast as they can. pic.twitter.com/zI79rMKDWU
— Michele Dauber (@mldauber) June 2, 2022
Camille Vasquez has become a household name owing to her fierce and bold avatar that helped Johnny Depp throughout during the trial. Vasquez boldly picked upon the tactic to question Amber based on her statements and the same approach somehow resulted in Vasquez becoming a sensation in no time. After Michele Dauber allegedly tried to take a toll on Camille Vasquez through her nasty Tweets, fans came to the rescue, and the internet flooded with threads that included Michele Dauber threatening someone named Evan Lineberry of falsely accusing him of sexual violence.
— Mariam (@mimasdiaries) June 11, 2022
— Alex James (@AlexJam91754067) June 10, 2022
Not @Stanford @StanfordLaw’s Michele Dauber threatening a student asking questions, intimidating them into silence. Is this what #Stanford stands for now, professors using their power to quash student voices rather than amplifying them? @StanfordDaily: this is a story. #TruthWins pic.twitter.com/7BaA0tjD5I
— House of Receipts (@houseofreceipts) June 11, 2022
@StanfordLaw / @Stanford U always let your professors threaten students? This can't be allowed. Dauber is a public figure, she made a public comment & the student merely asked a question. Her response threatening his place in their "small world" is absolutely reprehensible!
— T Davis (@TDavis85759563) June 11, 2022
Your professor Michele Dauber made a veiled threat of a spurious defamation lawsuit against me and others for pushing back against her extreme sexism and abusive behaviour on social media and mentioning that students have allegedly made complaints about her misconduct pic.twitter.com/FgO7IjD2mY
— 🏴☠️Proofy🏴☠️ (@BillGardener1) June 6, 2022
Michele Dauber has indeed opened a can of worms. Her very act shows how even being a professor at the Law University couldn’t help her understand that ‘sexual violence,’ isn’t just another word, it really means something and has the power to make or break someone’s life. Fans are trying to reach out to Standford Law School with the help of Twitter so that concrete action can be taken against the Amber Heard supporter.