She is back folks. Amber Heard is back into the limelight and once again, for all the wrong reasons. In a recent interview with NBC, the Aquaman 2 actor gave her first ever on video response to her trial loss. And she has been relentless in the interview. According to Amber Heard, the entire trial was a sham orchestrated by Johnny depp, who was pulling every string from behind the curtain. The interview shows Heard get candid about the verdict and reveal her personal opinion on the ‘hate and vitriol’ that is being thrown her way ever since she lost the defamation lawsuit.

The Trial Verdict Wasn’t ‘Fair’, Says Heard

Amber Heard during Defamation trial
Amber Heard during Defamation trial

In the NBC interview with Savannah Guthrie, Amber Heard breaks silence on how she has been dealing with everything. Amber Heard lost the defamation lawsuit she was fighting against Johnny Depp. The jury came to the conclusion that Heard was in the wrong and needed to pay up to Johnny Depp. Depp is liable to get an approximate compensation of $10.6 Million in terms of damages from his ex-wife. The highly publicised trial was seen all over the world. The entire globe came in support of Johnny depp as a tony portion of the audience started siding with Heard. The jury’s decision painted her as the sole culprit of it all.

Amber Heard and Johnny Depp
Amber Heard calls out Johnny Depp

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But how does Amber Heard handle it? The Never Back Down actor has a very intriguing opinion. Savannah Guthrie asks her how she’s able to go through her life now, now that the entire planet has been turned against her. Heard replies:

Amber Heard Loses to Johnny depp in defamation trial
Amber Heard Loses to Johnny Depp in Defamation Trial

“I don’t care what one thinks about me or what judgments you want to make about what happened in the privacy of my own home, in my marriage, behind closed doors. I don’t presume the average person should know those things. And so I don’t take it personally. But even somebody who is sure I’m deserving of all this hate and vitriol, even if you think that I’m lying, you still couldn’t look me in the eye and tell me that you think on social media there’s been a fair representation. You cannot tell me that you think that this has been fair.”

Amber Heard Believes Johnny Depp Influenced The Jury With Money & Power

Johnny Depp
Amber Heard

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Her hatred for Johnny depp knows no bounds as seen in the interview. Dishing out her words in a surgical and diplomatic fashion, Heard steers clear of shifting the blame to the jury. Instead she says that the reason she lost was because of the unfair manipulation of the trial by Johnny Depp. She calls the witnesses that testified in Johnny Depp’s favor as ‘paid employees’ who were under Depp’s payroll. She claims the reason she lost was not because of the Jury making the right call but Johnny Depp using his power and wealth he had amassed over the years to ensure her downfall.

“I don’t blame them. I actually understand. He’s a beloved character and people feel they know him. He’s a fantastic actor.”

Will She Appeal The Verdict Again?

Will Amber Heard Appeal Again?
Will She Appeal Again?

From her words in the interview and what we have heard so far from other sources, the most likely answer is a yes. Amber Heard’s lawyers have repeatedly gone on record to claim the negative media coverage had unjustly tilted the jurors’ opinions. Heard is herself alleged to be unable to pay off the $10.6 Million compensation Depp is supposed to get from her. Even Whitney Henriquez, Amber Heard’s sister, came forward to show her support for her sister and pointed out that she still stands by her and is proud of her. The fans think that this is a clear indication of Amber Heard trying to drag Johnny Depp back to court again.

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Looks like the saga is not over yet.

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