Among the first celebrities to quit Twitter following Musk’s Twitter takeover was Marina Sirtis, the British actor famous for her role as Deanna Troi in “Star Trek: The Next Generation.” Before deactivating her account, Sirtis sent out a tweet saying she could not be part of anything owned by Musk “and his cabal of deplorables.” She deleted her account shortly after that.
Mick Foley, who had expressed his intention to quit Twitter in April 2022 if Musk took over the company, did exactly that. Shortly after it was confirmed that Musk would take over the microblogging platform, Mick Foley deleted his presence from Twitter and confirmed the development via a Facebook post. Foley had earlier said he didn’t have a good feeling about where Twitter was heading.
Amber Heard, who was in a relationship with Elon Musk in the past, also appears to have left the platform. Her account @realamberheard is no longer active on the platform and seems to have been deleted. Amber Heard’s Twitter reign lasted less than five years since she joined the platform in 2017. “Deep Impact” and “Jurassic Park III” actress Tea Leoni also quit the platform — shortly after sending out a tweet that said she was “coming off Twitter.”