Amber Heard interview: Actress tells Savannah Guthrie on Today Show she ‘still loves’ Johnny Depp but fears he’ll sue again

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

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Heard says she’s afraid Johnny Depp will sue her again

“I’m afraid that no matter what I do, no matter what I say or how I say it, every step I take will provide another opportunity for this kind of silencing,” she said. “Which I think a defamation suit is meant to do, you’re supposed to take your opinion.”

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Camille Vazquez defends Johnny Depp again

Camille Vasquez, the surprising star of the legal team who successfully discussed the defamation case against him Amber Heard for Johnny DeppThe perpetrator will appear again in court.

Along with Brown Rudnick’s partner Randall Smith, Vasquez will defend Depp in a personal injury lawsuit brought against him by Greg “Rocky” Brooks, the film’s location manager. city ​​of lies.

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Heard makes Edward Scissorhands dig in an interview about Johnny Depp’s trial

The Aquaman The star discussed the ruling – which ruled in Depp’s favour – in a new interview with NBC today.

In closing arguments, Depp’s attorney claimed Heard was “acting” and called her testimony a “performance of a lifetime.”

In her response, Heard referred to one of Depp’s most famous roles.

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Cuomo accuser says Heard’s interview explains why women “choose not to talk” to Savannah Guthrie

Former aide Lindsey Boylan, who was the first of at least 11 women between December 2020 and April 2021 to come forward and settle sexual harassment accusations and allegations of inappropriate behavior against the New York governor, shared a clip from Heard’s first interview. Conducted since the loss of several million dollars libel A case against her ex-husband Johnny Depp.

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He was overheard being questioned by Savannah Guthrie on the Johnny Depp “mocking” audio that was played at the trial.

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Heard felt “less than human” during the trial

“Every day, for three, four, sometimes six blocks, I passed through the city with people holding signs saying ‘Burn the Witch,’ ‘Death to Amber.’ After three and a half weeks, I went up to the platform and saw just a full courtroom. Captain Jack Sparrow Mrs. Heard said:

Oliver O’ConnellJune 15 2022 17:20

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“I spoke the truth to power,” Heard says

Amber Heard insists she spoke “truth to power” throughout the high-profile defamation trial against ex-husband Johnny Depp in a recent exclusive interview on NBC. today’s show.

“The First Amendment protects speech…it does not protect lies that amount to defamation,” NBC host Savannah Guthrie told the actress in her first interview since Mr. Depp won a $50 million defamation lawsuit against her.

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