Amber Heard Final Interview: Actor Says Unauthorized Evidence ‘Binder’ in Johnny Depp Trial Could Have Changed Verdict

Amber Heard Final Interview: Actor Says Unauthorized Evidence ‘Binder’ in Johnny Depp Trial Could Have Changed Verdict

Amber Heard says she still loves Johnny Depp

Amber Heard has claimed that a “binder” of evidence including therapist notes and text messages that the jury did not see could have changed the verdict of her libel trial with ex-husband Johnny Depp.

Ms. Heard’s full interview with NBC’s Savannah Guthrie aired on Deadline Friday evening, where the Aquaman The actor said his therapist had simultaneously documented his abuse allegations since 2011.

According to the notes, Ms Heard told her therapist that Mr Depp ‘kicked her, threw her to the ground’ in an alleged incident in 2012.

Ms Heard’s team also shared text messages, including one in which she appeared to tell her father that Mr Depp had kicked her on a plane.

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

Mr. Depp denied ever abusing Ms. Heard.

Mr Depp’s team responded to Ms Heard’s interview on Thursday, saying: ‘It is unfortunate that as Johnny seeks to move on with his life, the defendant and her team are beginning to rehearse, re-imagine and to raise issues that have already been decided by the court and a verdict that has been decided unequivocally by a jury in favor of Johnny.


Heard claims text messages to family show abuse

Amber Heard has claimed that the text messages she sent to friends and family during her relationship with Johnny Depp are evidence of the physical abuse she suffered during their marriage.

In her interview with NBC’s Savannah Guthrie, Ms Heard’s legal team shared several messages she had sent to her therapist and father.

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

The IndependentAmanda Whiting has the full story:

Rachel SharpJune 20, 2022 1:30 p.m.


Heard says talking about alleged sexual abuse is ‘the scariest thing’

Amber Heard described talking about the alleged sexual abuse she suffered as ‘the scariest and most intimidating thing’ in her first interview since a jury sided with Johnny Depp in their case of defamation.

The Aquaman the actor told Savannah Guthrie in her NBC interview Deadline Friday night that she was “terrified” about being cross-examined by her ex-husband’s legal team and “not being believed” about her allegations.

“The scariest and most intimidating thing for anyone to talk about sexual violence is to not be believed, to be called a liar or to be humiliated,” she said.

Ms Heard told Ms Guthrie, whose husband worked as a consultant for Mr Depp’s legal team, that she was not ‘vindictive’ in sitting down for an interview following the case.

The Independent‘s Rachel Sharp has the full story:

Rachel SharpJune 20, 2022 12:30 p.m.


Heard suggests Depp’s exes are afraid to accuse him of abuse

Amber Heard has hinted that Johnny Depp’s other former partners may be too afraid of a backlash to bring abuse charges against the Pirates of the Caribbean star.

In his interview on NBC Deadline Friday evening, the Aquaman The actor answered a question from Savannah Guthrie about why she is the only one of Mr Depp’s exes to publicly accuse him of violence.

“Look what happened to me when I came forward,” she said. “Would you like to?”

Throughout the couple’s explosive defamation trial in Fairfax, Virginia, Ms Heard testified to several alleged incidents of abuse.

Mr Depp denied ever abusing Ms Heard and instead claimed she was the aggressor in their relationship.

In a dramatic moment in the trial, model Kate Moss said her ex-boyfriend Mr Depp had never been violent with her when they dated in the 1990s.

The Independent‘s Rachel Sharp has the full story:

Rachel SharpJune 20, 2022 11:30 am


Heard says therapist has ‘binder’ of notes on alleged abuse

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, Ms Heard explained that she had reported physical abuse in her relationship since 2011. The couple married in 2015.

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

Ms Guthrie and her reporting team at NBC reviewed the notes to confirm what Heard had been telling her therapist since 2012.

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

The IndependentAmanda Whiting has the full story:

Rachel SharpJune 20, 2022 10:30 am


What is the relationship between Savannah Guthrie and Depp?

Heard’s decision to give his first post-verdict interview with NBC’s Savannah Guthrie is an interesting one – given the broadcaster’s husband’s ties to Depp.

The Independents Joe Sommerlad explains:

Rachel SharpJune 20, 2022 9:30 a.m.


Text message from Heard to therapist: ‘Johnny gave me a number tonight’

In a text message that Amber Heard claims to have sent to her therapist on December 16, 2015, she wrote:

“Johnny did a number on me tonight. I’m safe and with my support tonight, but I need real help. Can I come tomorrow.

“I called earlier because I thought I had a concussion and I didn’t know if I should have called the police. But I have a nurse near me.

The text message was part of what Ms Heard said was a treasure trove of evidence which she said helped prove her claims of abuse by ex-husband Johnny Depp, but was not presented to the jury during the trial. court case.

Mr. Depp denies ever abusing Ms. Heard.

Jurors did not see the text messages after the judge declared them inadmissible.

They were shared with NBC Deadline by Ms. Heard’s team for her interview with Savannah Guthrie.

Rachel SharpJune 20, 2022 08:30


Juror says charity donation was a ‘fiasco’ for Heard

An anonymous juror in the defamation lawsuit says the revelation that Amber Heard did not donate her $7million divorce settlement to charity as she claimed was ‘a fiasco’ in the eyes of the jury.

The male juror lifted the lid on the deliberations in an interview with GMA aired on Thursday and referenced part of the trial where Ms Heard was asked about the $7million she claimed she gave to charity after her death. divorced from Johnny Depp in 2016.

“She’s on a talk show in the UK,” he said. “The video shows her sitting there telling the host that she gave away all that money.”

“And the terms she used in that music video were ‘I gave it away’, ‘I gave it away’, ‘He left’,” he added. “But the thing is, she didn’t give much at all.”

The Independentby Gustaf Kilander has the full story:

Rachel SharpJune 20, 2022 07:30


Heard says she doesn’t blame the jury

Amber Heard said she didn’t blame the jury for siding against her in her libel battle against Johnny Depp as she sat down with NBC’s Savannah Guthrie for her first TV interview since the verdict.

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

The Independent’s Gustaf Kilander has the whole story:

Rachel SharpJune 20, 2022 06:30


Heard grilled by Guthrie over $7 million divorce settlement

Amber Heard was asked by Savannah Guthrie about being ‘caught in the act of lying’ over her promise to donate her $7million divorce settlement to charity, during the first interview with the actor since his defamation lawsuit with ex-husband Johnny Depp.

Ms Guthrie put Ms Heard on the spot about the discrepancies between her promise and the actual payments made, wondering if it raised doubts about her ‘credibility’ among the jury.

“Do you think about the jurors sitting there you got caught lying?” probed Ms Guthrie, whose husband works for Mr Depp’s legal team, in an excerpt from the interview that aired on Wednesday.

Ms Heard defended the furore over the charitable donation, saying the lawsuit had been used to try to paint her as ‘a liar’ and arguing she shouldn’t have had to promise her full settlement in first place for people to believe his accusations. of abuse against her ex-husband.

The Independent‘s Rachel Sharp has the full story:

Rachel SharpJune 20, 2022 05:30


Heard talks about the intense security around her during the trial

Amber Heard has opened up to Savannah Guthrie about the protective measures that were put in place for her during the trial as Johnny Depp fans gathered outside the courthouse every day.

“Every day I walked past blocks lined with people holding signs saying things I couldn’t repeat on TV,” she said.

“They had to set up barricades to protect me so that I could enter a protected entrance to the courthouse. Every day, that’s how I walked in court.

Additionally, she commented that her lawyers were fighting to keep TV cameras out of court.

The Independents Inga Parkel has the whole story:

Rachel SharpJune 20, 2022 04:30

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