New Amber Heard interview: Johnny Depp accuses ex-wife of ‘reimagining’ case in NBC sit-in

Amber Heard says she still loves Johnny Depp

Johnny Depp has accused Amber Heard and her legal team of “reimagining” the couple’s bitter legal battle in their first interview since the jury decided against her.

On Thursday afternoon, Peacock released part of an interview with NBC’s Savannah Guthrie — which airs in full on Dateline on Friday — in which Depp’s team echoed Heard’s remarks.

“Unfortunately, while Johnny wishes to move on with his life, the defendant and her team are back to repeating, reimagining and re-litigating what the court has decided and what the jury has clearly decided. In Johnny’s favor,” he said the team said.

Heard’s “cold” testimony was seen by the panel as “crocodile tears” after an anonymous juror came forward.

Furthermore, he told good morning america The jury found her emotional testimony “didn’t add up” and they considered her an “aggressor” in the couple’s doomed relationship.

Portions of Hurd’s interview aired on today Earlier this week, she said she would stand by her testimony “until my dying day” and paid the price for “speaking the truth to power”.


Hurd says Depp delivers on ‘global disgrace’ promise

Amber Heard has said Johnny Depp is delivering on his promise of “global humiliation”, adding that she is “not a good victim”.

NBC News’ Savannah Guthrie asked Ms Heard: “There’s a text message where Johnny promises you a complete global humiliation. Do you think that’s true?”

“I’m asking the jury to see me only as a human being and to take his word for himself, and that’s a promise to do so. It feels as if he has,” Ms Heard said.

Oliver O’Connell17 June 2022 07:30


WATCH: Savannah Guthrie Grill hears about charitable donations

Amber Heard questioned over charitable donations

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Heard of being ‘lied’ about charitable donations

Amber Heard grilled by Savannah Guthrie for pledging to donate her $7 million divorce settlement to charity in actor’s first sit-in since blockbuster libel trial with ex-husband Johnny Depp interview.

NBC today The presenter questioned Ms Hurd on the spot over the discrepancy between her promise and what was actually paid, asking if she thought it would raise doubts about her “credibility” by the jury.

Rachel Sharp has stories.

Oliver O’ConnellJune 17, 2022 05:45


Hurd denies she’s been removed from Aquaman 2

Amber Heard denies rumours she’s been cut Aquaman 2.

On June 14, a source said Hurd had Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom and her parts recast. However, this rumor has been refuted by representatives of Hurd.

“The rumor mill has been going on since day one – inaccurate, insensitive, a little crazy,” a representative for Hurd told independent.

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Heard she would tell her one-year-old daughter ‘everything’ about legal battle

“I’m going to be a mom,” Ms Heard said. “Like full-time, I don’t have to make phone calls with lawyers.”

Here’s what Ms. Heard has to say about her future:

Oliver O’Connell17 June 2022 04:15


Camille Vasquez defends Johnny Depp again

Camille Vasquez, the surprise star of the legal team behind Johnny Depp’s successful defense of Amber Heard’s defamation case, will again represent the actor in court.

Along with Brown Rudnick’s partner Randall Smith, Ms Vasquez will defend Mr Depp in a personal injury lawsuit brought against him by film venue manager Greg “Rocky” Brooks city ​​of lies.

Oliver O’Connell17 June 2022 03:30


LinkedIn users furious over promotions based on fake Depp-Heard transcripts

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Heard she ‘still loves’ Depp as TODAY shows old footage of engagement

“I don’t have any bad feelings or ill will towards him.”

Rachel Sharp has stories.

Oliver O’Connell17 June 2022 02:00


Heard Captain Jack Sparrow fans outside court made her feel ‘not human’

Lewis Chilton has a story.

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Heard she’s worried Johnny Depp will sue her again

“I’m afraid that no matter what I do, no matter what I say or say, every step I take will provide another opportunity for this silence,” she said. “I think that’s what the defamation lawsuit is for, it’s to hear from you.”

Oliver O’Connell17 June 2022 00:30

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