Amber Heard's Rumored Girlfriend Blocked by Organization That Supports Her
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Eve Barlow, who has been traveling across the Europe with the 'Aquaman' star following her loss in the defamation trial, voices her protest after being blocked by Women's March on Twitter.

AceShowbiz - Amber Heard's good pal apparently doesn't have the best report in virtual world, according to one of organizations which have openly supported her. Eve Barlow has revealed that she was blocked on Twitter by the Women's March Foundation, which signed an online letter calling for an end to online harassment of the actress.

Eve, a journalist, voiced her protest over the organization's decision via the micro-blogging site. She shared a screenshot of Women's March's Twitter account, which has apparently blocked hers, and wrote in the caption, "Antisemitism is string here."

It's unclear why Women's March blocked Eve's account. The organization was among 130 individuals and multiple feminist groups, including social-political Gloria Steinem, who publicly supported Amber in an open letter published earlier this month.

"In our opinion, the Depp v. Heard verdict and continued discourse around it indicate a fundamental misunderstanding of intimate partner and sexual violence and how survivors respond to it," the letter read. "The damaging consequences of the spread of this misinformation are incalculable. We have grave concerns about the rising misuse of defamation suits to threaten and silence survivors." They added, "We condemn the public shaming of Amber Heard and join in support of her," the letter and its signees declared.

Eve, who has been a loyal supporter of Amber, at the time took to Instagram to share a screenshot of an article about the open letter. She wrote in the caption, "It's been 168 days since June 1. It's been 168 days since a Virginia courthouse decreed that Amber Heard defamed her ex-husband. It's been a strange 168 days."

"Today is different," she quickly added. "Today I woke up to see that over 130 organizations, academics and experts in the field of domestic violence and sexual assault signed an open letter in support of Amber. It's a comfort that is hard to put into words. Thank you. To all the female survivors, you are so loved and so important, and you have displayed more courage every day and incurred such wrath for your passion and integrity that I hope you celebrate today."

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