Amber Heard had still not spoken publicly since the end of the trial opposing her ex-husband, Johnny Depp. That’s done. Invited on the set of the program The Today Show, the British actress returned to these long and trying weeks, which touched her a lot. As a reminder, the American actress was ordered to pay more than 10 million dollars to the star of Pirates of the Caribbean. The show, which was taped on June 9, will air in full this Friday, June 17 on NBC.
And the least we can say is that the heroine of Aquaman has a strong opinion on the verdict of her trial for defamation. According to her, the jurors were “influenced by the excellent acting” of her former husband. But that’s not all: for Amber Heard, social networks were a major player in the trial, with “a lot of unfavorable content” about her.
Amber Heard: “Some witnesses were paid or had nothing to do with the trial”
“Even someone who is sure and certain that I deserve all these vitriolic attacks, and that I am lying, could not look me straight in the eye and tell me that I have been talked about fairly on social media,” said she pointed out. The actress announced that she plans to appeal the court’s decision. For Amber Heard, some of Johnny Depp’s 38 witnesses would have even been “paid or had nothing to do” with the legal battle that the two former spouses were waging.
“I don’t care what people think of me or what judgments are made about what happened in the privacy of my own home, during my marriage, behind closed doors,” he said. concluded Amber Heard, to show that she still denies the accusations of Johnny Depp. This exceptional interview will be found in full this Friday on NBC.
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