Latest Amber Heard Interview: Actor Says ‘Binder’ of Evidence Not Allowed at Johnny Depp Trial Could Have Changed Verdict

Amber Heard Says She Still Loves Johnny Depp

Amber Heard claimed that a “file” of evidence, including notes from therapists and text messages that the jury did not see, could have changed the verdict in her defamation trial with ex-husband Johnny Depp.

Ms Heard’s full interview with NBC’s Savannah Guthrie aired on date line on Friday night, where Aquaman The actress said her therapist has contemporaneously documented her abuse allegations since 2011.

According to the notes, Heard told her therapist that Depp “beat her, threw her to the floor” in an alleged incident in 2012.

Heard’s team also shared text messages, including where she showed up to tell her father that Depp had kicked her on a plane.

The notes and texts were not allowed as evidence in the case after the judge ruled them inadmissible.

Depp denied abusing Heard.

On Thursday, Depp’s team responded to Heard’s interview by saying, “It is unfortunate that while Johnny is looking to move on with his life, Defendant and his team are back to repeating, reimagining and re-litigating issues that have already been decided by the court and a verdict that has been unequivocally decided by a jury in Johnny’s favor.”

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Heard says therapist has ‘file’ of abuse notes

Amber Heard says her doctor kept contemporary notes of the physical abuse she suffered while married to Johnny Depp.

In her interview with Savannah Guthrie, Heard explained that she had been reporting physical abuse in their relationship since 2011. The couple got married in 2015.

“There is a binder of years of notes going back to 2011, from the beginning of my relationship, that were taken by my doctor who I was reporting the abuse to,” she said.

Guthrie and his NBC reporting team analyzed the notes to confirm what Heard had been telling his therapist since 2012.

According to Guthrie, in January 2012, Heard told her therapist that Depp “beat her, threw her to the floor”.

The IndependentAmanda Whiting by Amanda Whiting has the full story:

Rachel SharpJune 19, 2022 4:00 pm

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Heard opens up about how he’s going to talk to his daughter about the Depp case

Amber Heard talked about how she will speak to her daughter about her libel case with Johnny Depp when the girl is old enough, in her interview with Savannah Guthrie.

Heard said she was looking forward to being a “mother” without having to juggle her legal battles.

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

Guthrie asked if she would tell her daughter “everything” in the future.

“One day you might want to tell your daughter about this,” she said.

“Or having to tell your daughter about everything you’ve been through. What would you like to say?”

Heard replied, “I think no matter what happens, it will mean something. I did the right thing.

“I did everything I could to defend myself and the truth.”

Rachel SharpJune 19, 2022 15:15

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Guthrie Shouldn’t Have Interviewed Heard, Experts Say

Ethics and journalism experts said Savannah Guthrie shouldn’t have interviewed Amber Heard, given her husband’s connection to Johnny Depp.

Rebecca Aguilar, president of the Society of Professional Journalists, told Business Insider that Guthrie interviewing Heard was a “conflict of interest.”

“Mrs. Guthrie was transparent in letting viewers know that her husband worked for Depp’s legal team before his interview aired on ‘Today,'” she said.

“Still, she could have avoided becoming part of the story by allowing another NBC anchor to interview Depp’s team and then Amber Heard.

“Miss Guthrie should be away from this story to show her viewers that she is fair, transparent and ethical.”

The NBC host admitted last week that her husband worked as a consultant for Depp’s legal team.

Guthrie is married to Michael Feldman, a public relations consultant and former Democratic political adviser who worked on Al Gore’s 2000 presidential campaign.

She made the revelation about the connection last week when she interviewed Depp’s attorneys Camille Vasquez and Benjamin Chew at the Today Show.

“A quick revelation, my husband did consulting work for Depp’s legal team, but not in connection with this interview,” she said.

Mrs. Guthrie also previously interviewed Ms. Heard, Elaine Bredehoft, in Today the morning after the verdict was announced.

Rachel SharpJune 19, 2022 2:30 pm

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Depp will face another legal battle next month

Johnny Depp is facing another legal battle next month in a lawsuit brought by a former co-worker who accused him of assault.

Depp is being sued by Gregg “Rocky” Brooks, who alleges the actor punched him twice on the set of the movie City of Lies in 2017.

Lawyers Camille Vasquez and Benjamin Chew, who became famous in their defamation trial with Amber Heard, are returning to represent him again.

Depp denies assaulting Brooks.

Rachel SharpJune 19, 2022 1:30 pm

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Heard texted dad claiming Depp kicked her on the plane

Amber Heard sent a text message to her father claiming that Johnny Depp kicked her on a plane, the actress revealed in an interview with NBC. date line on Friday night.

The message, from 2014, read: “I still don’t fight. He literally kicked me and called me a [redacted] in front of everyone on the plane. It’s humiliating.”

At trial, Heard testified about the alleged incident on a plane where she accused Depp of assaulting her.

Depp denied the allegations.

The text was among those Heard’s legal team shared with NBC, claiming it was evidence of the alleged abuse she suffered.

The messages were not presented as evidence to the jury in the defamation trial after the judge found them inadmissible in court.

Rachel SharpJune 19, 2022 12:30

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‘I don’t blame the jury,’ says Heard

Amber Heard said she doesn’t blame the jury for rendering its verdict in the defamation case, telling Savannah Guthrie she’s not surprised by their decision because Johnny Depp is a “beloved character.”

Mrs. Guthrie told Mrs. Heard: “There’s no polite way to say it, the jury looked at the evidence you presented, they listened to your evidence and they didn’t believe you. They thought you were lying.”

Mrs. Heard replied, “How could they make a judgment, how could they not come to that conclusion? They sat in those seats and listened to more than three weeks of tireless, non-stop testimony from paid and, at the end of the trial, randos.”

“So you don’t blame the jury,” Guthrie asked.

“I don’t blame them. I really understand. He’s a beloved character and people feel like they know him. He’s a fantastic actor,” Heard said.

The IndependentGustaf Kilander has the full story:

Rachel SharpJune 19, 2022 11:30 am

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Heard insists he never ‘instigated violence’

Amber Heard has denied Johnny Depp’s claim that she instigated violence in her interview with Savannah Guthrie.

“I never had to prod him, I responded to that,” she said.

“When you are living in violence and it becomes normal, as I witnessed, you have to adapt, you adopt strategies to deal with it, and if that meant, as I witnessed, if that meant the difference between a broken nose or a sore cheek, I would do that.”

The Independent‘s Louis Chilton has the full story:

Rachel SharpJune 19, 2022 10:30 am

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How successful can Heard be in the appeal verdict?

Amber Heard said she plans to appeal the jury’s verdict in the libel trial after she was ordered to pay Johnny Depp $8.35 million in damages.

The five-man and two-woman jury announced on June 1 that it found Heard defamed Depp in three statements. Jurors also found that Ms. Heard was defamed for one of three statements in her counter-suit.

So how successful can she be in her appeal?

The IndependentClemence Michallon of The Bloomberg spoke with three attorneys about Ms. Heard for an appeal, or even a retrial: Lisa Bloom of The Bloom Firm, whose clients include Janice Dickinson, Mischa Barton and several Jeffrey Epstein victims; Jesse Weber, presenter and attorney for the Law & Crime network, who covered the trial at the Fairfax, Virginia courthouse; and Mitra Ahouraian, an entertainment attorney in Beverly Hills who represents actors, directors, producers and musicians.

Read what they had to say here:

Rachel SharpJune 19, 2022 9:30 am

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Heard says he ‘did his best’ in marriage to Depp

Amber Heard said she “gave her best” in her “deeply broken” marriage to Johnny Depp.

“I tried my best to make a deeply broken relationship work. And I couldn’t. I don’t have any resentment or ill will towards him.” Aquaman actress told Savannah Guthrie in her date line interview.

“I know it can be hard to understand, or it can be very easy to understand.

“If you’ve ever loved someone, it must be easy.”

Rachel SharpJune 19, 2022 8:30 am

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Heard Says He Still ‘Loves’ Depp

Amber Heard has revealed that she still “loves” ex-husband Johnny Depp, even after her bitter libel trial, when viewers saw old footage of the ex-couple’s engagement revealed Friday night. date line interview.

“Absolutely. I love him. I loved him with all my heart,” she said.

“I have no resentment or ill will toward him.”

The IndependentRachel Sharp’s has the full story:

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