Amber Heard says she still loves Johnny Depp
Johnny Depp has accused Amber Heard and her legal team of “reimagining” the couple’s bitter legal battle in her first interview since a jury decided against her.
A portion of the interview with NBC’s Savannah Guthrie – which will air in full on Dateline on Friday – was released on Peacock on Thursday afternoon, in which Depp’s team responded to Heard speaking out.
“It’s unfortunate that while Johnny is looking to move forward with his life, the defendant and her team are back to repeating, reimagining and re-litigating matters that have already been decided by the court and a verdict that was unequivocally decided by a jury in Johnny’s favor,” his team said.
It came after an anonymous juror came forward to reveal that Heard’s “ice-cold” testimony was perceived as “crocodile tears” by the panel.
Further, he told Good Morning America that the jury found her emotional testimony “didn’t add up” and they believed her to be the “aggressor” in the couple’s doomed relationship.
Sections of Heard’s interview aired on Today earlier this week, with her saying she will stand by her testimony “to my dying day” and that she paid the price for “speaking truth to power”.
Heard grilled about being ‘caught in a lie’ over charitable donations
Amber Heard was grilled by Savannah Guthrie about being “caught in a lie” over her plegde to donate her $7m divorce settlement to charity, in the actor’s first sitdown interview since her bombshell defamation trial with ex-husband Johnny Depp.
The NBC Today host put Ms Heard on the spot over the discrepancies between her pledge and the actual payments made, asking her if she believed that raised doubts about her “credibility” among the jury.
Rachel Sharp has the story.
Oliver O’Connell17 June 2022 05:45
Heard denies she has been cut from Aquaman 2
Amber Heard has denied rumors she has been cut from Aquaman 2.
On 14 June a source claimed Heard had been removed from Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom and her part recast. However, this rumor has been refuted by Heard’s representative.
“The rumor mill continues as it has from day one – inaccurate, insensitive, and slightly insane,” a rep for Heard told The Independent.
Oliver O’Connell17 June 2022 04:58
Heard says she’ll tell her one-year-old daughter ‘everything’ about legal battle
“I get to be a mom,” Ms Heard said. “Like full time, where I don’t have to juggle calls with lawyers.”
Here’s what else Ms Heard said about her future:
Oliver O’Connell17 June 2022 04:15
Camille Vasquez to defend Johnny Depp once again
Camille Vasquez, the surprise star of the legal team that successfully argued the defamation case against Amber Heard for Johnny Depp, will once again represent the actor in court.
Alongside fellow Brown Rudnick partner Randall Smith, Ms Vasquez will defend Mr Depp in a personal injury lawsuit filed against him by Gregg “Rocky” Brooks, location manager on the movie City of Lies.
Oliver O’Connell17 June 2022 03:30
LinkedIn user sparks outrage with promo based on fake Depp-Heard transcript
Oliver O’Connell17 June 2022 02:45
Heard says she ‘still loves’ Depp as Today show airs old footage of engagement reveal
“I have no bad feelings or ill will toward him at all.”
Rachel Sharp has the story.
Oliver O’Connell17 June 2022 02:00
Heard says Captain Jack Sparrow fans outside court made her feel ‘less than human’
Louis Chilton has the story.
Oliver O’Connell17 June 2022 01:15
Heard says she fears Johnny Depp will sue her again
“I’m scared that no matter what I do, no matter what I say or how I say it, every step I take will present another opportunity for this sort of silencing,” she said. “Which is what I guess a defamation lawsuit is meant to do, it’s meant to take your voice.”
Oliver O’Connell17 June 2022 00:30
Heard grilled by Savannah Guthrie over audio ‘taunting’ Johnny Depp played at trial
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Hear felt ‘less than human’ during trial
“Every single day I passed, for three, four, sometimes six blocks, city blocks with people holding signs saying ‘burn the witch’, ‘death to Amber’. After three and a half weeks, I took the stand and saw just a courtroom packed full of Captain Jack Sparrow fans, who were vocal, energized,” Ms Heard said.
Oliver O’Connell16 June 2022 23:00