Amber Heard’s first tell-all interview since the defamation lawsuit has sparked massive debate on social media as fans slam broadcasters for removing the actor’s main mistake.
During his conversation with NBC Savannah Guthrie, the 36-year-old actress, has insisted she was a victim of domestic abuse as she revealed a ‘binder full of therapist notes’ to prove Depp abused her during their marriage.
“As I testified on the stand on this is that when your life is in danger, not only will you be blamed for things you shouldn’t be blamed for, but when you’re in a psychologically abusive dynamic , emotionally and physically – you don’t have the resources to say you or I have the luxury of saying hey, it’s black and white,” the actor said during the chat.
However, fans were quick to notice that the producers posted an edited version of the conversation.
As I testified on the stand on this, is that when your life is in danger, not only will you be blamed for things that you shouldn’t be blamed for, but when you’re in a psychologically abusive dynamic, emotionally and physically – you don’t have the luxury of saying hey, it’s black and white,” she was quoted in the final cut of the interview.
The phrase “resources that say you or I do with the” was missing in the final version.
“So NBC edited Amber Heard’s interview to remove a mistake she had that made her look bad. They cut the part where she says victims of abuse ‘don’t have the resources YOU OR ME HAVE”, where she is basically excluding herself from this group of victims. Why is this NBC?” one user asked.
“#AmberHeard’s new interview is exactly why the trial was meant to be televised live and unedited. The full Deadline interview actually took the slippage out of the resources she has and the victims of DV don’t have!” another wrote.