Johnny Depp and Amber Heard trial: “I don't care what people think”, the actress confides without filter

Johnny Depp and Amber Heard trial: “I don't care what people think”, the actress confides without filter

< p>This Monday, June 13, an excerpt from an interview with Amber Heard granted to NBC was unveiled. The actress reflects on the trial against her ex-husband and the jury's decision.

It’was easily the most publicized trial of this year, if not the last decade. After six weeks of rather sordid legal battles, the verdict fell on Wednesday, June 1. The Fairfax, Virginia court jury found Amber Heard guilty of defamation of her ex-husband Johnny Depp. The Aquaman actress was forced to pay the sum of 15 million in damages to its actor. If this court decision made Johnny Depp jubilant, the moral of the actress is far from being in good shape. Besides, she decided to break the silence.

An interview with Amber Heard will be broadcast this Tuesday June 14 and Wednesday June 15 on the show < em>Today, on the American channel NBC, however, a first excerpt was unveiled on Monday, June 13. The young woman gives herself up with an open heart and talks about the wave of hatred she received during and after the trial. “I don't care what people think of me or how you judge what happened in the privacy of my own home, in my marriage, behind closed doors “, she started.

Amber Heard: “Three weeks listening to the testimony of paid employees”

Then, Amber Heard added: “I don't think the average person would know what happened. So I don't take it personally. She also explained, “But even someone who's sure I deserve all this hate, even if you're sure I'm lying, you still couldn't look me in the eye and tell me that this that happened on social media was a fair representation. You can't tell me you thought it was right.

The mother-of-one also claimed that some witnesses deliberately lied on the stand, prompting the jury to go with Johnny Depp… “How could he not come to this conclusion after spending more than three weeks listening to the testimony of paid employees, and at the end of the trial of anyone “, she swung. Serious accusations that are likely to cause a stir.

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