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    Exclusive: Amber Heard Speaks Out on Johnny Depp Trial In Interview with Savannah Guthrie

    In an exclusive interview with Savannah Guthrie, Amber Heard stood by accusations and testimony that her ex-husband Johnny Depp physically and psychologically abused her.

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    Exclusive: Amber Heard says she’ll stand by ‘every word’ of her testimony until her ‘dying day’

    In a sit-down interview with Savannah Guthrie, Amber Heard reflected on the defamation case brought forth by ex-husband Johnny Depp and what she insists is the truth.

    June 14, 2022, 11:30 AM UTC / Updated June 14, 2022, 12:11 PM UTC / Source: TODAY

    By Alex Portée

    Nearly two weeks after a jury ruled that she had defamed her ex-husband, Johnny Depp, Amber Heard continues to defend herself.

    In an exclusive interview with Savannah Guthrie, airing in two parts Tuesday and Wednesday this week on TODAY and in a special Friday on Dateline, the “Aquaman” actor said she won’t back down from her testimony in court and that Depp physically and psychologically abused her.

    “To my dying day (I) will stand by every word of my testimony,” Heard said in the interview regarding the former couple’s high-profile defamation case.

    Amber Heard breaks silence: I don't blame the jury

    The six-week trial saw the couple’s lawyers sift through and scrutinize the darkest moments of their relationship. For his part, Depp sought to absolve himself of allegations made by Heard in a 2018 Washington Post op-ed in which she described herself as a “public figure representing domestic abuse.” Though Heard never named Depp, the actor’s attorneys argued that the opinion piece referenced claims she made at the time of their 2016 divorce. Depp has denied all allegations of abuse.

    Depp sued Heard for $50 million, claiming the accusations in the op-ed impacted his career. Heard countersued for $100 million, claiming Depp’s former lawyer defamed her when he called her claims of abuse “a hoax.”

    The seven-person jury ultimately ruled in Depp’s favor after finding “clear and convincing evidence” that Heard defamed him. He was awarded $15 million in compensatory and punitive damages. A judge reduced the punitive damages, making the total $10.4 million. Heard was awarded $2 million when the jury found Depp’s lawyer defamed her on one count.

    Amber Heard testifies during the Depp vs. Heard defamation trial in Fairfax, Virginia, on May 26. MICHAEL REYNOLDS Michael Reynolds / Pool / AFP via Getty Images

    Speaking to Heard, Savannah touched on the toll of audio recordings presented to the jury to corroborate both Heard and Depp’s testimonies. Those recordings became a central talking point online and in the courtroom, as Depp’s legal team called into question Heard’s credibility.

    “I am looking at a transcript that says — he says, ‘You start physical fights,’ And you say, ‘I did start a physical fight. I can’t promise you I won’t get physical again,’” Savannah read, adding, “This is in black and white. I understand context. But you’re testifying, and you’re telling me today, ‘I never started a physical fight,’ and here you are on tape saying you did.”

    In response, Heard reiterated her testimony during the trial in which she claimed to only become physical with her ex-husband when trying to defend herself.

    “As I testified on the stand about this, is that when your life is at risk, not only will you take the blame for things that you shouldn’t take the blame for. But when you’re in an abusive dynamic, psychologically, emotionally and physically, you don’t have the resources that, say, you or I do, with the luxury of saying, ‘Hey, this is black and white,’” she replied. “Because it’s anything but when you’re living in it.”

    “This was the most humiliating and horrible thing I've ever been through,” Amber Heard tells Savannah Guthrie of the defamation trial that involved her and Johnny Depp.NBC

    Following up with Heard’s assertion that she only became physical in response to violence, Savannah pointed to another tape that came up during the trial.

    “You’re taunting him and saying, ‘Oh, tell the world, Johnny Depp, I, a man, am a victim of domestic violence,’” Savannah said of the audio.

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    “Twenty-second clips or the transcripts of them are not representative of even the two hours or the three hours that those clips are excerpt(ed) from,” Heard replied.

    Directing the interview to the closing arguments, Savannah touched on a moment in which Depp’s lawyer called Heard’s testimony the “performance of a lifetime” and accused her of acting for the jury.

    “Says the lawyer for the man who convinced the world he had scissors for fingers?” Heard remarked in reference to the 1990 film “Edward Scissorhands” in which Depp starred. “I had listened to weeks of testimony — insinuating that or saying quite directly that, you know, I’m a terrible actress. So I’m a bit confused how I could be both.”

    Source : www.today.com

    Savannah Guthrie Interviews Amber Heard With Ties to Depp

    On Tuesday, ‘Today’ premiered its first installment of a sit-down interview between Savannah Guthrie and Amber Heard following the Depp v. Heard defamation trial. Guthrie’s husband Michael Feldman was a PR consultant for Depp’s legal team.

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    Today Host Savannah Guthrie Interviews Amber Heard Despite Ties to Depp Team

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    Savannah Guthrie grilled Amber Heard over her testimony in the Depp v. Heard defamation trial in part one of an interview on Today. In this first installment, which aired on Tuesday, the Today host dug into the actor’s claims that she was abused by Depp. Guthrie tells Heard that “the First Amendment doesn’t protect lies that amount to defamation” and bases her questions on arguments brought forth by Depp’s legal team. She asks Heard about audio tapes — clips from an infamous fight in Australia that resulted in Depp’s finger injury — played for the jury in which Heard said that she “hit” Depp. Arguing that the clips show “no evidence” of what happened, Heard claims that the audio is “evidence of a negotiation of how to talk about that with your abuser.” Although Heard says that the situation was complicated, Guthrie goes on. “I’m looking at a transcription that says he says, ‘You start physical fights,’ and you say, ‘I did start a physical fight. I can’t promise you I won’t get physical again.’ This is in black and white,” she says.

    “As I testified on the stand about this, when your life is at risk, not only will you take the blame for things that you shouldn’t take the blame for, but when you’re in an abusive dynamic — psychologically, emotionally, and physically — you don’t have the resources that, say, you or I do, with the luxury of saying, ‘Hey, this is black and white,’ because it’s anything but when you’re living in it,” Heard responds. Guthrie continues to press Heard about lying. “To my dying day, I will stand by every word of my testimony,” Heard insists. “I’ve made a lot of mistakes. A lot of mistakes. But I’ve always told the truth.” The conversation is more complicated than Guthrie acknowledged in this first part, especially when you consider that Guthrie’s husband, PR consultant Michael Feldman, advises Depp and his legal counsel. It’s not a secret — the morning-show host shared this information ahead of a June 8 interview with Depp’s lawyers Benjamin Chew and Camille Vasquez. “A quick disclosure: My husband has done consulting work for the Depp legal team, but not in connection with this interview,” Guthrie said. However, once seated with Heard, she did not provide the same kind of disclosure. Maybe Heard wanted to sit across from a woman whose husband played a role in her losing a lawsuit to her allegedly abusive ex. Guess that’s in part two?

    Vulture has reached out to NBC for comment.

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