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Bakery Sends Amber Heard a Bottle of Vodka And A ‘Severed Finger’ Shaped Cake



About a week ago, Amber Heard took to the stand and made some world-rocking claims about her ex-husband, Johnny Depp. As per The Daily Beast and many other publications, Amber tearfully went on to tell the court that Depp sexually assaulted her by putting a bottle inside her: “I don’t remember what I said, I just remember being really still and not wanting to move and I remember looking around the room and looking at all the broken bottles, broken glass, and I remember just not wanting to move because I didn’t know if it was broken.” 

Heard was then asked if she was penetrated with the bottle. “Johnny had the bottle inside of me. He was shoving it inside me over and over again.” Heard said she also had cuts on her forearms and “the bottoms of my feet were sliced up pretty good. I looked around and saw so much broken glass. I didn’t know if he would know if it was broken or not. I just remember thinking ‘please God, I hope it’s not broken’. I don’t know how that ended.”

Screenshot via TikTok

The world was watching as Amber made her claims, and many had strong opinions about what she said. Well, however you may feel about the Johnny vs. Amber saga, you have to agree that this is a little too far…

A bakery in Australia decided it would be a fun idea to send Heard a gift, one that clearly was not the best idea considering they have actually received death threats because of it. What exactly was the gift, you may ask? Well, a cake shaped like a hand with a severed finger and a vodka bottle, naturally.

Dessert Boxes has verified that they did in fact send the gift to the actress. The company also said that they “anticipated” receiving a reaction like this because their video “is the most talked-about item on TikTok.”

The cake company captioned the video with: “Will she like it? ?” and then, during their online clip can be heard saying: “We’re sending Amber Heard a desert box!.” The woman continues to explain the gift and then explain how the missing fingertip was meant to be sent to Depp.

Just by reading the comments, it is easy to see that many people were not impressed by the distasteful joke. Megan Anderson wrote: “This meant to be funny????” and another user called Leah Marie Hughes agree’s by saying: “This is not okay at all.”

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