A Stanford regulation professor has been blasted for composing “offensive and disparaging” tweets about Johnny Depp’s attorney, Camille Vasquez.
Michele Dauber took to Twitter previous Thursday, sharing a screenshot of Vasquez and accusing the celebrity lawyer of “sucking up to male energy.”
“Of all the ladies who suck up to male electrical power, gals attorneys are the absolute worst of the bunch,” Dauber wrote. “Desperate to confirm they are ‘real lawyers’ and comprehending that staying a lady undermines their identification as lawyers, they throw females under the bus as challenging and rapidly as they can.”
The Write-up has attained out to Dauber and the Stanford Legislation University for remark.
In the course of Johnny Depp’s blockbuster defamation trial against ex-wife Amber Listened to, Vasquez turned a family name. Footage of the glamorous lawyer grilling Read on the stand — calling her a liar and voraciously defending Depp from promises of abuse — went viral on social media.
Vasquez was broadly praised for her cross-examination of Listened to and was even promoted to spouse at her law agency past week next Depp’s decisive victory in the situation.
Nonetheless, Dauber — who teaches at the prestigious Stanford Regulation University — clearly found Vasquez’s general performance persuasive, tweeting out her scathing criticism very last Thursday.
The professor was instantly criticized for her severe text about Vasquez, with a single follower replying: “If your son was falsely accused of domestic violence, I wager you would appreciate for that lady to assist vindicate him.”
Dauber subsequently snapped back: “If my son was accused of DV [domestic violence] he would have a ton extra to get worried about than some Decide Me Female lawyer. But that is not going to take place since I did not increase a f–king rapist spouse beater.”
Dauber also shared several other screenshots displaying female legal professionals pictured with male celebs who have been accused of abuse, which includes Harvey Weinstein’s defense attorney, Donna Rotunno.
Numerous people objected to Dauber’s inflammatory tweets, with various mocking the Stanford educational, stating she appeared self-crucial.
“Obviously females have to have to get approval from Michele prior to they come to a decision who to represent. Michele is the human being who will get to make a decision all the choices for all other girls, apparently,” 1 quipped.
“I’m sorry, Michele, I thought we understood that all people is entitled to high quality counsel in issues of the legislation. Except if you believe women just can’t offer top quality counsel. Possibly which is what you’re complaining about?” a further wisecracked.
In the meantime, a British lawyer instructed the Every day Mail that Dauber’s tweets regarding Vasquez could actually be defamatory — ironic as Vasquez just served Depp earn his defamation situation.
Nevertheless, Dauber is doubling down on her tweets, which are however up on her Twitter site as of Thursday afternoon.
The professor has continuously tweeted out the hashtag “#IStandWithAmberHeard” a number of situations and states she’s been given death threats after criticizing Vasquez on social media.
Dauber tweeted her disdain for Depp around the system of his 6-week defamation demo, even hitting headlines for saying Depp’s famous movie franchise “Pirates of the Caribbean” was racist.
Meanwhile, Vasquez has not responded to Dauber’s remarks.
The lawful eagle is likely to be as well active grappling with her new superstar status.
Vasquez — who set on an affectionate display screen with Depp in the courtroom, which prompted some to fantasize they would start off relationship — suggests her newfound fame is “overwhelming.”
Meanwhile, it was disclosed Thursday that the telegenic legal professional will surface in an forthcoming docuseries about the Depp v. Heard situation, cementing her star standing.