Amber Heard Admits She And Depp Might Look Like A ‘Hollywood Sausage’
Amber Heard gave her first interview since losing her multi-million dollar defamation fight against ex-husband Johnny Depp.
After I sat down with NBC’s Savannah Guthrie last week, clips were previewed on today Showing with the full interview scheduled for 8PM ET on June 17th.
Heard says she will support her testimony at trial “until the day I die,” but as the trial begins on social media, she believes even a well-meaning juror would have found it hard to avoid.
Describing the trial as “humiliating” and that she felt “less than human,” Heard admits she did not feel confident before the verdict but maintains that she “spoke the truth to the authority” and paid the price. She admits that she and Depp looked like a pampered “Hollywood sausage” to the average person, but she maintains that her case is about freedom of speech.
Guthrie Heard has challenged her own actions in the relationship and has admitted doing and saying “horrific and unfortunate things” but said she “always tells the truth”.
Depp sued Heard for $50 million for suggesting he had offended her in a Washington Post op-ed. She filed a $100 million counter-suit, accusing him of launching a “slander campaign” against her.
Heard insists “I spoke truth to power” in her first post-trial interview
Amber Heard insists she spoke “truth to power” throughout the high-profile defamation trial against ex-husband Johnny Depp in a recent exclusive interview on NBC. today’s show.
“The First Amendment protects speech… It does not protect lies that amount to defamation,” NBC host Savannah Guthrie told the actress in her first interview since Mr. Depp won a $50 million defamation lawsuit against her. The jury also awarded Ms Heard a partial win for her lens prosthesis, which was decided earlier this month.
Oliver O’ConnellJune 15, 2022 01:00
Heard makes Edward Scissorhands dig in a new interview
The Aquaman The star discussed the ruling – which ruled in Depp’s favour – in a new interview with NBC today.
In closing arguments, Depp’s attorney claimed Heard was “acting” and called her testimony a “performance of a lifetime.”
Oliver O’ConnellJune 15, 2022 00:00
Heard Admits She And Depp Might Look Like ‘Hollywood Sausages’
Amber Heard admitted that she understands how she and ex-husband Johnny Depp can be viewed by the public as the ‘Hollywood frost’ in the wake of the ex-couple’s libel trial, in an NBC interview. today’s show.
Ms. Heard sits down with NBC News’ Savannah Guthrie for an exclusive interview that will air in full at 8 p.m. ET on Friday, June 17. The network is previewing the interview clips ahead of time.
Oliver O’ConnellJune 14, 2022 23:00
Depp reaches 10 million followers on TikTok within 24 hours of posting his first video
The actor joined the video-sharing app on Monday (June 6) days after he won a multi-million dollar defamation trial against his ex-wife. Amber Heard.
Depp managed to reach more than 3 million followers without publishing a single piece of content. His biography on the platform reads: “Thespian once in a while.”
Oliver O’ConnellJune 14, 2022 22:00
VOICES: Johnny Depp is feeding off his demo win in some really distasteful ways
Oliver O’ConnellJune 14, 2022 21:00
Emma Thompson says Depp’s trial against Heard won’t ‘disrupt’ MeToo
The Oscar winner spoke out about her views on the issue during her recent appearance on BBC Radio 4 women’s watchaddressing the fear expressed by some that Dib’s victory might lead women to remain silent about allegations of abuse.
Thompson urged listeners to note that the case was not “represented” by MeToo.
Oliver O’ConnellJune 14, 2022 20:00
Cuomo accuser says Heard’s interview explains why women “choose not to talk” to Savannah Guthrie
One of the first women to claim that the former disgrace New York Governor Governor Andrew Cuomo They sexually harassed them, he says Amber Heardfirst interview with Savannah Guthrie Proves why women choose to “not talk” to today Host.
Joanna Chisholm reports.
Oliver O’ConnellJune 14, 2022 19:10
Depp v Heard notebook sells for $15,000 on eBay
The notebook was inserted by Larry Foreman, a defense attorney from Kentucky who attended the defamation trial in Fairfax, Virginia. The “top secret” notebook includes about 20 pages of jury notes from Foreman, who participated in the trial on May 17, and from May 23 to May 26. Each page contains “never seen before” notes from the jurors’ reactions to Dr. Hughes and Amber Heard – which have not been shown on TV – as well as nearly “100+ tweets of top-secret information about the jurors”.
Oliver O’ConnellJune 14, 2022 19:00
Johnny Depp releases a new song about the predicaments of fame
Johnny Depp He released a new song about the predicaments of fame.
Oliver O’ConnellJune 14, 2022 18:00
Depp’s Lawyer Reveals Why He Pumped Fist On Male Kate Moss In Court
Oliver O’ConnellJune 14, 2022 17:30
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