Latest interview Amber Heard: Actor says talking about Johnny Depp’s alleged sexual assault ‘is the scariest’

Latest interview Amber Heard: Actor says talking about Johnny Depp’s alleged sexual assault ‘is the scariest’

Latest interview Amber Heard: Actor says talking about Johnny Depp’s alleged sexual assault ‘is the scariest’

Amber Heard Says She Still Loves Johnny Depp

Amber Heard has described speaking out about alleged sexual assault as the “scariest, most intimidating thing” in her first interview since a jury found her in her libel case with ex-husband Johnny Depp.

Ms. Heard’s full interview with NBC’s Savannah Guthrie aired on: date line on Friday evening, where the Aquarius actor claimed that a “folder” of notes and text messages from the therapist could have led jurors to reach a different verdict.

In one of the messages, Ms. Heard appeared to tell her therapist that Mr. Depp “did a number on me last night”.

Depp has denied ever abusing Ms Heard.

The messages were not allowed to be used as evidence in the case after the judge ruled them inadmissible.

On Thursday, Mr. Depp’s team responded to the interview with Ms. Heard, saying: “It is unfortunate that, while Johnny is striving to move on with his life, the defendant and her team are repeating, rethinking and re-litigating cases that already by the court and a verdict that was unequivocally decided by a jury in Johnny’s favor.”

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“I don’t blame the jury,” Heard says

Amber Heard said she doesn’t blame the jury for making her verdict in the libel case, and told Savannah Guthrie she isn’t surprised with their decision because Johnny Depp is a “beloved character.”

Ms Guthrie told Ms Heard: “There is no polite way of putting it, the jury looked at the evidence you presented, they listened to your evidence and they did not believe you. They thought you were lying.”

Ms Heard replied: “How could they make a judgement, how could they not come to that conclusion? They’d sat in those chairs, hearing relentless testimony from paid employees for three weeks, and by the end of the trial, randos.

“So you don’t blame the jury,” Mrs. Guthrie asked.

“I don’t blame them. I do understand. He is a beloved character and people feel they know him. He’s a fantastic actor,” Ms Heard said.

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Rachel SharpJune 19, 2022 11:30 am

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Heard insists she never ‘incited violence’

Amber Heard denied Johnny Depp’s claim that she incited violence in her sitdown interview with Savannah Guthrie.

“I never had to start it, I reacted to it,” she said.

“When you live in violence and it becomes normal, as I testified, you have to adapt, you have to use strategies to deal with it, and if it meant, as I testified, if it meant the difference between a broken nose or a sore cheek, I would.”

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Rachel SharpJune 19, 2022 10:30 am

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How successful can Heard be on an appeal?

Amber Heard has said she plans to appeal the jury’s verdict in the defamation trial after she was ordered to pay Johnny Depp $8.35 million.

The jury of five men and two women announced on June 1 that it had found that Ms Heard defamed Mr Depp on three statements. Jurors also found that Ms. Heard was vilified by one of three statements in her counter-charge.

So how successful can she be in her profession?

the independentClemence Michallon spoke to three attorneys about Ms. Heard’s possible grounds for an appeal, or even a new trial: Lisa Bloom of The Bloom Firm, whose clients included Janice Dickinson, Mischa Barton and several of Jeffrey Epstein’s victims; Jesse Weber, a presenter and attorney with the Law & Crime network, who served the trial from the courthouse in Fairfax, Virginia; and Mitra Ahouraian, a Beverly Hills entertainment attorney who represents actors, directors, producers, and musicians.

Read what they had to say here:

Rachel SharpJune 19, 2022 09:30

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Heard Says She ‘Did Her Best’ Marrying Depp

Amber Heard said she “did her best” in her “deeply broken” marriage to Johnny Depp.

“I did my best to make a deeply broken relationship work. And I couldn’t. I have no ill feelings or ill will towards him at all,” the Aquarius actress told Savannah Guthrie in her date line interview.

“I know that might be hard to understand, or very easy to understand.

“If you’ve ever loved someone, it should be easy.”

Rachel SharpJune 19, 2022 08:30

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Heard says she still loves Depp

Amber Heard revealed she still loves ex-husband Johnny Depp even in the wake of their bitter defamation lawsuit, as viewers were shown old footage of the former couple’s engagement in Friday night’s video. date line interview.

“Absolutely. I love him. I loved him with all my heart,” she said.

“I have no ill feelings or ill will towards him at all.”

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Rachel SharpJune 19, 2022 07:30

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Heard says Depp fans out of court made her feel like she was ‘less than human’

Amber Heard said that pirates of the caribbean fans gathered outside the Virginia courthouse made her feel “removed from humanity”

Ms. Heard, in her NBC interview, described how she would have to pass swarms of her ex-husband’s supporters every day when she arrived at court.

“Every day I passed three, four, sometimes six blocks of people, with signs saying ‘Burne the witch’, ‘Death to Amber,’” she recalls.

“After three and a half weeks, I took the stands and saw a courtroom filled with Captain Jack Sparrow fans, who were vocal, energetic…

“This was the most humiliating and horrible thing I’ve ever experienced,” she continued. “I’ve never felt so disconnected from my own humanity. I felt less than human.”

Rachel SharpJune 19, 2022 06:30

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Heard calls speaking out about alleged sexual assault ‘the scariest’

Amber Heard described the alleged sexual assault she suffered as the “scariest, most intimidating thing” in her first interview since a jury sided with Johnny Depp in their defamation case.

The Aquarius told actor Savannah Guthrie in her interview on NBC’s date line on Friday night that she was “terrified” of being questioned by her ex-husband’s legal team and “not being believed” about her allegations.

“The scariest, most intimidating thing for anyone talking about sexual assault is being disbelieved, called a liar, or being humiliated,” she said.

Ms Heard told Ms Guthrie, whose husband has worked as a consultant for Mr Depp’s legal team, that she was not being “vengeful” by sitting down for an interview in the wake of the case.

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Rachel SharpJune 19, 2022 05:30

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Heard grilled by Guthrie over audio played in the process

Amber Heard was offended over audio captured by her “harassing” ex-husband Johnny Depp in her sitdown interview with Savannah Guthrie.

Ms. Guthrie, whose husband worked as a consultant for Mr. Depp’s legal team, polled Ms. Heard about the recordings played before the jury, where she heard her then-husband “mocked” for being a “victim of domestic violence.”

Ms Heard defended her comments by saying she spoke as “a person in an extreme amount of emotional, psychological and physical distress”, while the TV host put her to the test over Mr Depp’s allegations that she was the “abuser”. had been in their doomed relationship.

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Rachel SharpJune 19, 2022 04:30

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Heard Suggests Depp’s Exes Are Too Afraid To Speak Out

Amber Heard has suggested that Johnny Depp’s other former partners may be too scared of a reaction to come forward with allegations of abuse against the pirates of the caribbean star.

In her interview on NBC’s date line on Friday evening, the Aquarius actor responded to a question from Savannah Guthrie about why she is the only one of Depp’s exes to publicly accuse him of violence.

“Look what happened to me when I came forward,” she said. “Would you?”

During the couple’s explosive defamation trial in Fairfax, Virginia, Ms. Heard testified about multiple alleged abuses.

Depp denied ever abusing Ms Heard and instead claimed she was the abuser in their relationship.

In a dramatic moment of the trial, supermodel Kate Moss testified that her ex-boyfriend, Mr. Depp, was never violent towards her when they dated in the 1990s.

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Rachel SharpJune 19, 2022 03:30 am

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Heard says ‘map’ of therapist’s notes may have influenced jury verdict

Amber Heard told Savannah Guthrie in her interview on NBC’s date line that a “folder” of notes taken by her therapist may have influenced the decision in the Johnny Depp libel case.

Ms Heard said she wished the jury had seen her therapist’s notes, which she believes dated from around the beginning of the former couple’s relationship and documented the alleged abuse she had suffered.

“There is a folder of years of notes dating back to 2011 from the very beginning of my relationship that were made by my doctor, to whom I reported the abuse,” she told Ms Guthrie.

“Her notes represented years of real-time explanation of what was going on.”

In the notes, shared with date linethe therapist had written things like “He hit her, threw her on the floor” and “He threw her against a wall and threatened to kill her”.

Depp has denied ever abusing Ms Heard.

The judge did not allow the jury to see the notes during the trial, declaring them inadmissible in court.

Rachel SharpJune 19, 2022 02:30 am