TikToker responds to 'insane' backlash to her tattoo

A TikTok user has gone viral after revealing she'd given herself a tattoo of Johnny Depp's lawyer Camille Vasquez, with many people left divided by the move.

In the video, which has since been viewed over one million times, Jazzmyn Wollfe shows herself tattooing the design of Vasquez in the courtroom with the word 'Objection' written underneath on her knee.

TikToker Jazzmyn Wollfe
TikToker Jazzmyn Wollfe has responded to backlash after sharing a video of her new tattoo of Johnny Depp's lawyer Camille Vasquez. Photo: TikTok/tattooedingenue

Jazzmyn, who goes by @tattooedingenue on the app, simply captioned the video, "Gave myself a Camille Vasquez tattoo."

Vasquez has gained a lot of attention on social media for her cross-examination of Amber Heard, with many believing she was dating Johnny Depp, despite a representative for the actor denying the relationship.

Johnny filed a $50 million defamation lawsuit against his former wife in 2019, claiming she hurt his career by writing an op-ed for the Washington Post accusing him of domestic violence. Amber then countersued for $100 million in 2021 with the trial beginning in April.


Speaking with Insider, Jazzmyn said she was stunned by Vasquez' pursuit of justice, "I was so impressed and amazed by the confidence she maintained the whole time. How unapologetically she pursued justice and trying to shine light on the mistreatment of somebody she believed had been abused."

The TikToker revealed that the tattoo took one hour to complete, adding that she was "deeply upset" with some of the reactions she received on the app.

"Why must people trivialize this domestic abuse case," one user questioned.

"Girl this is a real-life domestic violence case," a second wrote.

Camille Vasquez and Johnny Depp
Camille Vasquez has gained a lot of attention on social media for her cross-examination of Amber Heard, with many believing she was dating Johnny Depp. Photo: Getty

"This gotta be a joke," a third said.

"Many people have made assumptions about my own personal beliefs. They said that I'm advocating for abuse, and that couldn't be farther from true."

She added that she wanted to "memorialise" how she felt about Vasquez's work advocating for male victims of sexual assault.

Jazzmyn said she thought the lawyer was so impressive and it inspired her.

Many of Jazzmyn's commenters loved the tattoo with one user writing, "I think it’s awesome she is a powerhouse."

"Beautiful tattoo. Camille is peak powerful. Love this!!" another added.

"Her body her choice," a third wrote.

"Girl you don’t even need to explain this or any tattoo. Camille represents so much goodness for victims AND as a woman AND a minority," one passionate user added.

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