Amber Heard talked about the criticism case without precedent for a plunk down interview with Today where she focused on losing the case to ex Johnny Depp. After the six-week preliminary finished with Depp being granted USD 15 million in punitive fees, the Aquaman entertainer talked about how the case was taken care of and what prompted Johnny’s preliminary win.
While talking about the Virginia preliminary which had the jury view as her obligated for criticism comparable to her 2018 commentary from Washington Post where she called herself an aggressive behavior at home survivor, Amber likewise thought back on the consequences of the UK preliminary. Heard talked about Depp losing the defamation argument against a UK newspaper that considered him a “spouse mixer” and said, “There was one more preliminary that managed similar meaningful issues and had significantly more proof in. My proof was to a great extent kept out, as a matter of fact.”
Concerning the new case, Heard talked about Depp’s success and added, “His legal counselors improved at diverting the jury from the main problems.” The entertainer likewise answered the case that Depp’s legal counselors made about her in their end contention when they considered her declaration the “execution that could only be described as epic.” Reacting to something very similar, Heard said, “Says the attorney for the one who persuaded the world he had scissors for fingers? I’m the entertainer? I had paid attention to long stretches of declaration suggesting or saying straightforwardly that I’m a horrendous entertainer, so I’m a piece confounded how I could be both.”
While Heard gave her most memorable meeting about the case, Depp is yet to talk about the case freely however he recently put out an announcement on his web-based entertainment following the preliminary win.