Aquaman actor Amber Heard disabled comments on her Instagram page after admitting to hitting ex-husband Johnny Depp.

It appears Heard disabled comments around February 19th given there are no comments posted after then on a number of her posts.

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Missing my Hawaiian tribe.

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Many of her recent posts state “comments on this post have been limited.”

However, a number of those posts don’t have any comments on them.

Other posts simply do not have any comments at all.

Related: Aquaman’s Amber Heard Admits To Physically Abusing Johnny Depp In New Leaked Audio Recording

The Daily Mail released audio at the end of January from a conversation between Depp and Heard from 2015. In the audio, Heard admits to physically attacking Depp.
She says, “I’m sorry that I didn’t, uh, uh, hit you across the face in a proper slap, but I was hitting you, it was not punching you. Babe, you’re not punched.”

She added, “You didn’t get punched. You got hit. I’m sorry I hit you like this. But I did not punch you. But I did not f****** deck you. I f****** was hitting you.”

Towards the end of the audio she stated, “I can’t promise you that I’ll be perfect. I can’t promise you that I won’t get physical again. God I f****** sometimes get so mad I lose it.”

Related: Johnny Depp and Amber Heard’s Lawyers Respond to Leaked Audio – Second Conversation of Heard Taunting Depp Leaks: “See How Many People Believe or Side With You”

Following the release of the first audio tape, The Daily Mail would release a second one. On this second tape, Heard tells Depp, “See how many people believe or side with you.”

She also claimed that she never views herself as a victim, “And I never think about myself that way. I never defend myself that way. I never see myself as a victim.”

Following these tapes, a fan petition has burgeoned to over 367,000 signatures calling for Amber Heard to be removed from the Aquaman sequel. In early February the petition had a little less than 100,000 signatures.

Related: Aquaman 2: Petition to Remove Amber Heard from the Sequel as Mera Closes in on 100k Signatures

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