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Amber Heard continued to silence fears after the Johnny Depp-1 trial

Amber Heard has given her first interview since losing her battle for multimillion-dollar defamation against her ex-husband Johnny Depp.

After sitting down with NBC’s Savannah Guthrie last week, the segments of the Today program have been previewed with the full interview scheduled for 8 p.m. EST on June 17th.

Heard says he will keep his testimony at the trial “until my day of death,” but with the trial unfolding on social media, he believes even the most well-meaning jury would have had a hard time avoiding it. ho.

Heard described the trial as “humiliating” and felt “less than humane”, Heard admits she did not feel safe before the verdict, but claims she “told the truth to power” and paid the price.

When asked if Depp had fulfilled his promise of “total global humiliation,” Heard says he feels like he does, but he also says he still loves her.

Depp sued Heard for $ 50 million for allegedly abusing her in a Washington Post opinion piece. She filed a $ 100 million counterclaim, accusing him of conducting a “smear campaign” against her.

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What is Savannah Guthrie’s connection to Johnny Depp?

Hollywood actress Amber Heard has given her first interview since a Virginia jury found her guilty of defaming her ex-husband Johnny Depp, sitting with NBC journalist Savannah Guthrie to reflect on her version of the story.

What’s surprising is not that the Aquaman star talks about her experiences, but that her choice of station to trust has a familiar connection with her ex-husband.

Oliver O’Connell June 15, 2022 1:50 p.m.


Heard says he will tell his one-year-old daughter “everything” about the legal battle

“I can be a mother,” said Mrs. Heard. “As a full-time, where I don’t have to juggle calls to lawyers.”

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Heard says he “still loves” Johnny Depp while Today Show broadcasts old engagement images

Amber Heard has revealed that she still “loves” ex-husband Johnny Depp even after his bitter defamation lawsuit, as viewers were shown old images of the former couple’s engagement in their first interview since case.

“Absolutely. I love him. I loved her with all my heart, “she told Savannah Guthrie in a clip of the NBC Today interview on Wednesday morning.

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Heard asked if he felt the “total global humiliation” threat text had come true

Ms Guthrie asks if Ms Heard believes a promise by Johnny Depp in a text was fulfilled, that she would experience “total global humiliation”.

“I know he promised … and I stated that … I’m not a good victim, I understand, I’m not a nice victim, I’m not a perfect victim, but when I testified I asked the jury to see how to a human being and to see his own words, which is a promise to do so. It seems as if he did it. “

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Why Heard is talking now

A heartfelt spokesman responded to the news of his first television interview in a statement to The Independent:

“Johnny Depp’s legal team covered the media for days after the verdict with numerous statements and interviews on television, and Depp himself did the same on social media.

“Madam. Heard simply intended to respond to what they did aggressively last week; he did so by expressing his thoughts and feelings, many of which he was not allowed to do in the witness stand.”

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Looking to the future, Ms. Heard says she wants to be a full-time mother without having to juggle calls to lawyers.

Asked how she might one day want or have to tell her daughter what had happened and what she would say, Ms Heard replied: “I think that no matter what it means. to defend the truth “.

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Heard says she fears Johnny Depp will sue her again

Amber Heard fears Johnny Depp could take more legal action against her, she told NBC’s Savannah Guthrie.

“I’m scared that whatever he does, no matter what he says or how he says it, it will be another opportunity to silence him,” he said.

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In an awkward way back and forth, Ms. Guthrie challenges Ms. Heard on the promise of giving $ 7 million to a charity of her divorce agreement that did not occur and if it undermined her credibility in the face of the jury.

Heard says she was an example of Depp’s team that criticized who she is as a human being and her credibility and calls her a lawyer.

Ms. Guthrie notes that it was the trial and it was a credibility contest.

Dubbing the actor says he shouldn’t have had to say he was going to give the money to be believed, to which Mrs. Guthrie replies that she shouldn’t have had to, but she did. .

Ms. Heard says she still intends to keep her promise at the ACLU and LA Children’s Hospital.

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Amber Heard tells Savannah Guthrie that six years after her divorce and after all the legal turmoil she still loves Johnny Depp.

“I love her. I loved her wholeheartedly. I did my best to make a deeply broken relationship work, and I couldn’t.”

“I have no bad feelings or bad will towards him,” he adds. “I know it can be hard to understand, or it can be very easy to understand. If you’ve ever loved someone, it should be easy.”

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Amber Heard denies telling TMZ when she would go to court to get the temporary restraining order.

Ms. Guthrie also asks her about the number of specific incidents of abuse she testified about and the response of the Depp team to post photos of her after the alleged incidents without bruises or marks in public.

Ms. Heard says that if she had bruises she was said to be fake, otherwise she was said not to have passed.

Oliver O’Connell June 15, 2022 12:42 PM

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