For more than 6 weeks, Johnny Depp and Amber Heard were the most talked-about Hollywood couple in the defamation trial against the actor.
After several days of finding Depp the winner of the case, the ‘Aquaman’ actress reappears for the first time in an interview and is assured that she “does not blame the jury” for her verdict.
The entire defamation trial was broadcast on television, on the Law & Crime Network channel, and on YouTube, where fans of the case could keep an eye on all the evidence, evidence, and testimony that both parties presented.
In a new interview for NBC’s Today show, Amber Heard has come out to testify about the case for the first time.
In the interview, Amber Heard spoke about the comments she received on social media throughout the trial against Johnny Depp and implied that these influenced the jury to decide the case:
“You can’t look me in the eye and say that you think there was a fair representation of me on social media.”
I don’t blame them. I understand them. He is a much-loved character, and people think they know him; he’s a fantastic actor.”
The actress added: “How could they not come to that conclusion! (The members of the jury) They sat for more than three weeks listening, non-stop, to incessant testimonies from paid employees and, towards the end of the trial, from random people.” Even at the end of the trial, Amber Heard’s lawyers claimed that the decision was conditional, so it was said about the actress on social networks.
Amber heard would not have to pay Johnny Depp
The interview with Amber Heard will be published in three parts, and the next will be shared this Wednesday, June 15, while the third will arrive until Friday, with a program life and in prime time in the United States. So we must be attentive to what the actress reveals about the trial.
For now, Amber Heard is going through a severe economic problem, as the judge determined that she will have to pay 15 million dollars, which, although they are not the 50 that Johnny Depp claimed, the actress does not have to pay the damages. According to her lawyer, she could declare bankruptcy.
The actress’ lawyer believes that she has the necessary resources to file an appeal, given that they would present evidence that was not admitted during this process and that was considered during the trial against The Sun newspaper, in which Johnny Depp lost the case.