- Jazzmyn Wollfe tattooed the portrait of Johnny Depp’s attorney, Camille Vasquez.
- Wollfe, 27, showed off the tattoo in viral TikTok last week which garnered more than 1 million views.
- Wollfe got a tattoo after being “impressed” by Vasquez’s cross-examination of Amber Heard.
A TikTok user who has a tattoo of Johnny Depp’s attorney Camille Vasquez described the backlash she’s received online as “crazy”.
Jazzmyn Wollfe, a singer-songwriter from Canada, posted her first viral TikTok video of a tattoo on her account last week, and it has since garnered over 1 million views. The 10-second video showed Wolf, 27, preparing the design that included a picture of Vazquez in the courtroom with the word “intercept” on her left knee.
During the six-week trial, Vasquez drew attention on social media for questioning Amber Heard amid rumors that she was dating Johnny Depp. A representative for Depp later denied having a romantic relationship.
Wolf told Insider that she settled on a photo of Vasquez after witnessing her interrogation of Heard. Depp, 58, filed a $50 million defamation lawsuit against Heard, 36, in 2019 after claiming that her 2018 Washington Post op-ed contained allegations of domestic violence that damaged his career. Heard filed a $100 million counterclaim in January 2021, and the trial began in April 2022.
“Honestly, my jaw dropped,” said Wolf. “I have been deeply moved and amazed at the trust that I have maintained throughout. How relentlessly I have sought justice and tried to shed light on the mistreatment of someone who you believe has been mistreated.”
Wolf said the hand stitch tattoo took about an hour to complete. According to Insider’s Sophia Mitrokostas, tattoo artists use a hands-free needle and ink to achieve this method. Wolf told Insider that tattoo artists check the image multiple times until they get to the “darkness” and “depth” they want.
The viral video garnered both positive and negative reactions. She told Wolf Insider that critics are only speculating about her and her beliefs because of the tattoos.
“I was very upset about a lot of the things people were saying and assuming,” Wolf said. “A lot of people make assumptions about my personal beliefs. They said I advocate the abuse and that could not be further from the truth.”
Wolf told Insider that she had observed a “weird and sexist belief” that men could not be victims of abuse.
“I thought it was cool to see someone standing up and trying to get justice in an unfair situation,” Wolf said of why she liked Vasquez. “The way Camille acted was so powerful. I wanted to remember how I felt in that moment watching it.”
For Wolf, tattoos mean more than just a sign of breaking news. “I just wanted it to be a symbol of strength,” she said.
“I recently left an abusive relationship in which I spent years suppressing my voice and pain for the convenience of the abusive narcissist,” Wolf said. “So seeing someone resist in such a wonderful way really inspired me from that moment.”
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