Amber Heard says she still loves Johnny Depp
Amber Heard gave her first interview since losing her multi-million dollar defamation fight against ex-husband Johnny Depp.
After I sat down with NBC’s Savannah Guthrie last week, clips were previewed on today Showing with the full interview scheduled for 8PM ET on June 17th.
Heard says she will support her testimony at trial “until the day I die,” but as the trial begins on social media, she believes even a well-meaning juror would have found it hard to avoid.
Describing the trial as “humiliating” and that she felt “less than human,” Heard admits she did not feel confident before the verdict but maintains that she “spoke the truth to the authority” and paid the price.
When asked if Depp kept his promise of a “total global humiliation,” Heard replies that he feels as if he did, but she also says she still loves him.
Depp sued Heard for $50 million for suggesting he had offended her in a Washington Post op-ed. She filed a $100 million counter-suit, accusing him of launching a “slander campaign” against her.
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Oliver O’ConnellJun 15 2022 16:28
Heard says she stands by “every word” in her testimony
“I paid the price,” Heard said in her first post-verdict interview, two weeks after a jury awarded Depp more than $10 million and substantiated his allegations that Heard lied about Depp’s abuse of her.
Oliver O’ConnellJune 15 2022 16:20
Johnny Depp is “a great actor,” Heard says
Oliver O’ConnellJune 15 2022 15:50
Heard says she “doesn’t blame” the jury for siding with Depp at the trial
Amber Heard She said she doesn’t blame the jury for standing up to her in her anti-libel fight against Johnny Depp as she sat down with NBC’s Savannah Guthrie in her first TV interview since the sentencing.
In a clip from the interview released on Monday, Ms. Guthrie told Ms. Heard: “There’s no polite way to say it, the jury looked at your evidence, heard your evidence and didn’t believe you. They thought you were lying.”
Oliver O’ConnellJune 15 2022 15:20
Voices: Amber Heard’s last interview with Savannah Guthrie was the last thing we needed
If this last interview was meant to clear things up, it surely failed. Many viewers will get out of it and feel more puzzled than ever.
Oliver O’ConnellJun 15 2022 14:50
Heard says Depp kept his promise of ‘universal humiliation’
“I asked the jury to only see me as a human and hear his own words, a promise to do so,” said Mrs. Heard. “It is as if he did.”
Oliver O’ConnellJun 15 2022 14:35
I heard about being questioned about “falling into a lie” because of charitable donations
Amber Heard has been questioned by Savannah Guthrie about “falling into a lie” for being reprimanded for donating her $7 million divorce settlement to a charity, in the actress’ first interview since her defamation trial with ex-husband Johnny Depp.
NBC today The host put Ms. Heard on the spot due to discrepancies between her pledge and the actual payments made, and asked her if she thought this raised doubts about her “credibility” among the jury.
Rachel Sharp tells us the story.
Oliver O’ConnellJune 15 2022 14:20
Heard denies it was cut from Aquaman 2
Amber Heard She denied the rumors that were cut about her Aquaman 2.
Earlier today (June 14) a source claimed that Heard has been removed from Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom And its part reworked. However, this rumor was refuted by Heard’s representative.
A Heard representative said, “The rumor mill continues the same since day one – inaccurate, insensitive, and a bit crazy.” independent.
Oliver O’ConnellJun 15 2022 14:05
What is Savannah Guthrie’s relationship with Johnny Depp?
Hollywood actress Amber Heard She gave her first interview since a Virginia jury found her guilty of defaming her ex Johnny Deppsitting with NBC journalist Savannah Guthrie To think of her side of the story.
What is surprising is not that a file Aquaman The star talks about her experience, but her choice as a broadcaster to trust happened to have a known relationship with her ex.
Oliver O’ConnellJune 15 2022 13:50
Heard says she’ll tell her 1-year-old daughter “everything” about the legal battle
“I’m going to be a mother,” said Mrs. Heard. “Like full time, where I don’t have to juggle calls and lawyers.”
Oliver O’ConnellJune 15 2022 13:35