Latest Amber Heard interview: Johnny Depp accuses ex-wife of ‘reinventing’ case in NBC session


Latest Amber Heard interview: Johnny Depp accuses ex-wife of 'reinventing' case in NBC session

Amber Heard says she still loves Johnny Depp

Johnny Depp has accused Amber Heard and her legal team of “re-imagining” the couple’s bitter legal battle in their first interview since a jury ruled against them.

A portion of the interview with NBC’s Savannah Guthrie – which will air in full on Dateline on Friday – was published on Peacock Thursday afternoon, in which Depp’s team responded to Heard’s speech.

“It is unfortunate that, while Johnny seeks to get on with his life, the defendant and her team are once again repeating, reinventing and renegotiating matters already decided by the court, and a verdict clearly returned by a jury in Johnny’s favour.” , said his team.

It came after an anonymous juror came forward to reveal that Heard’s “ice cold” testimony was perceived by the jury as “crocodile tears.”

Next he said Good morning America that the jury found her emotional statement “mismatched” and that they believed she was the “aggressor” in the couple’s doomed relationship.

Parts of Heard’s interview were broadcast today Earlier this week, she said she will stand by her testimony “until the day I die” and that she has paid the price for “speaking the truth to those in power.”


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Amber Heard was grilled by Savannah Guthrie for being “caught in a lie” about promising to donate her $7 million divorce settlement to charity, in the actress’ first sitdown interview since her bombshell libel trial with her Ex-husband Johnny Depp.

The NBC today The host confronted Ms Heard about the discrepancies between what she promised and what she actually paid, and asked if she thought it cast doubt on her “credibility” on the jury.

Rachel Sharp has the story.

Oliver O’ConnellJune 17, 2022 5:45 am


Heard denies that she was cut from Aquaman 2

Amber Heard has denied rumors she has been left out of aquaman 2.

On June 14, a source claimed Heard had been removed Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom and her part recast. However, this rumor was refuted by Heard’s rep.

“The rumor mill has continued as it has from day one — inaccurate, insensitive, and slightly wacky,” a Heard rep said The Independent.

Oliver O’ConnellJune 17, 2022 4:58 am


Heard says she will tell her one-year-old daughter “everything” about litigation

“I’m going to be a mother,” Ms. Heard said. “Like full-time where I don’t have to juggle lawyers.”

Here’s what else Ms Heard said about her future:

Oliver O’ConnellJune 17, 2022 4:15 am


Camille Vasquez defends Johnny Depp again

Camille Vasquez, the surprise star of the legal team that successfully led the Amber Heard defamation case for Johnny Depp, will once again represent the actor in court.

Along with Brown Rudnick partner Randall Smith, Ms Vasquez will defend Mr Depp in an assault lawsuit filed against him by Gregg “Rocky” Brooks, the film’s location manager city ​​of lies.

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Heard says she “still loves” Depp as the Today Show airs old footage of the engagement

“I have no bad feelings or ill will toward him at all.”

Rachel Sharp has the story.

Oliver O’ConnellJune 17, 2022 02:00


Heard says Captain Jack Sparrow’s fans in court made her feel “less than human”.

Louis Chilton has the story.

Oliver O’ConnellJune 17, 2022 1:15 am


Heard says she fears 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 present another opportunity for that kind of silence,” she said. “What I think is meant by a defamation lawsuit should take your vote.”

Oliver O’ConnellJune 17, 2022 00:30


Heard Savannah Guthrie grilled over audio ‘mocking’ Johnny Depp in court

Oliver O’ConnellJune 16, 2022 11:45 p.m


Heard felt “less than human” during the trial.

“Every day I would walk three, four, sometimes six blocks of city blocks where people were holding signs that read ‘Burn the Witch,’ ‘Death Amber.’ After three and a half weeks, I took the stand and all I saw was a courtroom full of Captain Jack Sparrow fans who were vociferous and energetic,” Ms. Heard said.

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