A tattoo artist who inked herself with artwork of Johnny Depp’s attorney Camille Vasquez has been told to “kill herself” by TikTok followers who just don’t get the piece. Jazzmyn Wollfe, 27, shared a video of the tattoo, which shows an outline of Vasquez’s hair and power suit along with the word “objection” under it, on her feed last week, but not everyone was a fan.
- Vasquez is part of the team representing Depp in his defamation trial against ex-wife Amber Heard. Throughout the trial, Vasquez has become a bit of an internet celebrity to Depp fans, who praise her for her direct and harsh method of cross-examination questioning. It’s no surprise, then, that someone decided to turn Vasquez into a tattoo.
- What made Wollfe ink herself with Vasquez’s likeness? When one of her followers asked just that, Wollfe responded: “Symbolizes strength, confidence, speaking up, and unapologetically seeking truth and justice.”
- Wollfe’s love for Vasquez goes beyond that. She told The Post that she herself had been in an abusive relationship, and therefore she appreciated how Vasquez tried to unravel Heard’s testimony. “What I saw was a strong woman holding her ground and doing everything in her power to bring justice to who she believes to be an abuse victim and shine light on a type of domestic violence society often seems to ignore or refute entirely,” Wollfe said in praise of the attorney.
- However, she insists that she’s not on anyone’s side. While it seems pretty clear that Wollfe must side with Depp in this case, she says that’s not necessarily true. “My admiration for her diligence and demeanor has no relation to my opinion about Amber or Johnny, or anyone else whose personal narrative I can’t speak on,” she explained.
- That hasn’t stopped the trolls from coming for Wollfe. “Okay but why did you tattoo it without her eyes?” one commenter asked. Another said: “Wow you are so going to regret it.” However, Wollfe has had an intelligent and well-reasoned comeback every time and isn’t letting the haters get her down.
- The harassment she’s received from some people has been horrific. “I’ve seen absolutely vile comments from strangers telling me to ‘kill myself,’ that they ‘hope the tattoo gets infected,'” she told The Post. “That if they ever feel bad about their lives that they’ll remember I exist. It’s presumptuous and quite frankly disturbing.”