Raven-Symoné and wife poke fun at Depp v. Heard trial in hilarious TikTok
Los Angeles, California – Raven-Symoné and wife Miranda Maday used TikTok to share their sarcastic takes on the Depp v. Heard trial.
Though the bombshell defamation trial brought against Amber Heard (36) by ex-husband Johnny Depp (58) ended in the 58-year-old's favor, people have all but stopped talking about both actors' presence on the stand.
But no one's done it quite like Symoné (36) and Maday (34), who posted numerous reenactments of the trial including one about Heard's tendency to face the jury when offering up non-answers to Depp's legal team.
In this particular TikTok, Symoné plays the role of Depp's attorney with a comical twist.
"Good morning, Ms. Heard," Symoné quips, as Maday – playing the role of Heard – responds, "Good afternoon."
"Ms. Heard, it's 9 AM," Symoné states, with Maday adding, "I use morning and afternoon synonymously."
"Show me the metadata"
A baffled Symoné then pulls up a photo from evidence featuring Winnie the Pooh and Piglet before asking Maday to confirm that the photo was, in fact, of the two beloved characters.
"I can't answer the question without the metadata. If you show me the metadata, I might be able to tell you when that photo was taken," Maday said.
"That's not my question, Ms. Heard," Symoné responded. "Three people have already testified that this is a picture of Winnie the Pooh and Piglet. Are you saying that they're lying, Ms. Heard?"
"All I'm saying is I don't know who those people are," Maday scoffed.
During the trial, Heard was asked to confirm minor details in a series of photos, some of which she said were impossible to identify without the metadata such as the file name, date, and size.
The thing is, Heard's team provided many of the photos where the metadata was retracted. Regardless, one shouldn't need such information to observe objects in a photo, which is clearly what Symoné and Maday were poking fun at in their TikTok.
Now that the trial's over, the world – along with Depp and Heard – can begin to slowly move on from its wild six-week ride.
Cover photo: Collage: Screenshot/TikTok/mirandamaday