Over the weekend, the model wrote a message over a screenshot that contained footage from the trial. In the footage, Amber appeared to admit to hitting Johnny.
"The thing is, I know women who are exactly like this," Ireland said wrote on her Instagram Story. "They are manipulative and cold and they use their very womanhood to play victim and turn the world against the man because we live in a society where it's cool to say men are all the worst and blah blah… blah."
The trial has been explosive, as it's depicted a rather volatile two-year marriage. After the duo split, Amber penned an op-ed for The Washington Post that painted Johnny as an abuser, although it never mentioned him by name. Johnny filed a $50 million lawsuit against Amber, claiming the piece essentially cost him his career.
In defending the actor, Ireland argued that "men can experience abuse too." She called Amber an "absolute disaster of a human being" and "terrible person," according to Page Six.
"I hope Johnny gets his reputation and his life back. And I hope he's in like 5 more Pirates movies," Alec Baldwin's daughter concluded.
Amber's team claimed last week that she would carry around a Milani Conceal + Perfect All-in-One Correcting Kit throughout her entire marriage to Johnny to cover up bruising. Interestingly, the makeup brand caught wind of this and debunked the claim in a TikTok video, noting the makeup palette was released in December 2017. Amber and Johnny's divorce was finalized in 11 months earlier, in January 2017.