Despite repeatedly alleging that her ex-husband Johnny Depp mistreated her, Amber Heard insists she “definitely still loves” him.
According to the actress, she has “no nasty thoughts or ill will towards him at all,” despite just suing him for $100 million in the final episode of her bombshell interview with NBC’s Today show.
When asked if she still had feelings for Depp, Heard replied, “Yes. I do.” Absolutely. Absolutely. He’s my soulmate. As much as I loved him, I couldn’t bring myself to give up on our relationship, which had been severely damaged. Furthermore, I was unable to do so.
There is no animosity or resentment in my heart towards him. If you’ve ever been in love with somebody, you know how difficult it may be to grasp this concept.
Claims by Depp’s lawyers that Heard fabricated facial bruising were also attacked by Heard, who lost the defamation suit and was sentenced to pay $14.4 million AUD damages.
When someone has injuries or bruises, they are lying. It’s the same thing every time. You were uninjured if you didn’t have any,” she said.
“Cancellation” was not what she meant by the Washington Post piece she sued Depp for—which stated she had been the victim of domestic violence—she added.
My friendship with Johnny wasn’t the subject of the op-ed.” This whole op-ed thing was about my lending my voice to what was going on in the larger cultural discourse at the moment. That’s not what it was about.
Depp’s accusation that the jury was swayed by viral social media posts criticizing Heard was part of an earlier segment of Heard’s interview, in which the 36-year-old called Depp a “fraud.”
“To my dying day, I will stand by every word in my testimony,” she replied when asked if she still stood by her charges against Depp.
Her third and last interview following the trial saw actress Amber Heard admit she “made a lot of mistakes” in her marriage to Johnny Depp, and she acknowledged as much in the second installment.
A lot of unpleasant things I said or did occur during our relationship. I acted in a way that was so out of character for me that I couldn’t even recognize it. I’m filled with remorse.
In the past, I’ve talked about the vile language and how I was pushed to the point where I couldn’t tell right from wrong.”
The fact that I was the other half of this relationship will never leave me; it’s a part of who I am.” And it was hideous, gorgeous, and toxic at the same time.
Our relationship was bad and I made a lot of mistakes; but, the truth has always been my best friend.
Also, the actress stated that the feuding pair appeared to be “brats” in the courtroom.
“I wouldn’t blame the average person for not thinking that this is Hollywood brats at their worst,” she remarked after reviewing the coverage.
A mob yelled “death to Amber Heard” and “fire the witch,” as Heard walked past on her way to court.
“The most embarrassing and horrific thing I’ve ever been through,” she said of the trial.
No time in my life have I felt so far apart from my own humanity as I do right now. This experience made me feel like a second-class citizen,” she admitted.
Attorney Camille Vasquez claimed that Heard put on “the show of a lifetime” while on the witness, but the actress fired back by comparing Depp’s performance in the 1990 film Edward Scissorhands to that of the actor during her time on the stand.
The lawyer for a man who claimed to have scissors on his fingers said so,”
What do you mean I’m the performer?” I had been subjected to weeks of testimony implying, or outright stating, that I was an awful actress. As a result, I’m not really sure how I can be both.”
In 2018, a jury found that in an op-ed for the Washington Post, Heard had defamed Depp by referring to herself as a “public figure representing domestic abuse.”
Despite the fact that she didn’t mention Depp by name, he filed a lawsuit against her for claiming he was a domestic abuser in the article.
Retaliation claims were made by Heard after her lawyer Adam Waldman called her abuse claims “hoaxes,” according to the countersuit. The jury decided to give her $2 million in damages.
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