The actress gave “years” of notes from her therapist to a TV show where she spoke again about her relationship with the actor.
In a new interview that the Aquaman actress gave to NBC’s Peacock platform, she explained that these notes taken by the therapist detail that Johnny “hit her, threatened to kill her and threw her against a wall.”In a preview of the interview that Amber Heard gave to the Dateline broadcast, the actress states that she has a folder “with years of notes dating back to 2011 … that was taken by my doctor to who I was reporting the abuse,” as reported by the Daily Mail.Johnny Depp‘s ex-wife gave the alleged folder to Dateline, who reviewed the notes and found several mentions of violence, which the actress claims to have suffered at the hands of her ex, who is currently 59 years old.
However, that same folder was discarded as evidence at trial because it was considered mere “hearsay”.
Elsewhere in the interview preview, Amber Heard insists that she is “not vindictive” and is not trying to seek “revenge” against her former partner by repeating his defamatory claims that Johnny Depp abused her and that they were dismissed. in the trial that pitted them against each other in a Virginia court.
This new episode around the controversy that followed after the trial came to light after the statements by which Amber Heard affirms that she still loves her ex-husband were released.
However, after being found guilty of defamation, for which she still owes more than eight million dollars to Johnny Depp for damages, Amber Heard continues to publicly accuse her ex-husband of physical and sexual abuse. This, while in the preview of her interview on the Dateline program, she affirms that she is not a “vengeful” person.
“One thing I can tell you is that one thing I’m not is vengeful,” Amber says in the preview, stating that that would be a lousy way to get revenge.
“As silly as it is to say this out loud, my goal, the only thing I can hope for right now… is that I just want people to see me as a human being,” he stressed.
For its part, the legal team of Johnny Depp did not sit idly by and sent a statement to the Dateline program, according to the Daily Mail.
In the document, the Pirates of the Caribbean actor’s legal team criticized Amber Heard for continuing to air her allegations so publicly, even after the trial concluded.
“Unfortunately, the defendant and her team are replaying, reimagining, and relitigating matters that have already been decided by the Court and a verdict that was unanimously and unequivocally decided by a jury in Johnny’s favor,” the document specifies.