Amber Heard Now Claims She Still Loves Johnny Depp & Will Donate Divorce Settlement


There seems to be no end in sight for the high-profile defamation suit involving Johnny Depp and Amber Heard.

To recap, the jury assigned to the case ruled on 1 June that both Depp and Heard had defamed each other.

Depp was awarded a total of USD$15 million in damages and Heard USD$2 million.

But the fiasco doesn’t stop there as Heard reveals more in her first post-trial interview on 15 June (Wednesday) with NBC News.

Claims to Tried Her Best to Make Broken Relationship Work

In her interview with NBC News’, Heard insists that she still loves Depp.

“I love him. I love him with all my heard,” said the actress as she continues her stance that she has “no bad feelings or ill will” towards Depp “at all”.

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The actress however continues to insist that her testimony in court was true and that accounts of Depp physically and psychologically abusing her were not unfounded.

“To my dying day (I) will stand by every word of my testimony,” Heard said.

Will Donate US$7 Million Divorce Settlement

Heard also clarified during the interview clip that she still intends to donate the US$7 Million settlement from her divorce with Depp in 2016.

The donation will be given to the American Civil Liberties Union and the Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles.

It emerged during the trial that Heard failed to fulfil her pledge to donate her divorce settlement when she faced cross-examination from Depp’s lawyer, Camille Vasquez.

This became one of the many other points of discussion online among netizens trying to justify that Heard was lying on the stand.

Insists Jury was Swayed by Online Sentiments

Since the conclusion of the trial, Heard’s lawyers and the actress herself believe that social media impacted the case.

“There’s no way (the jurors) couldn’t have been influenced by it, and it was horrible,” said Heard’s lawyer, Elaine Charlson Bredehoft.

(Also known as ‘The Muffin Man’ during the trial.)

But jurors were instructed to stay off social media and to do otherwise would mean that they had violated their oath.


However, despite the verdict and the disparaging responses online, Heard clarified that she’s not affected by the public’s opinion of her.

“I don’t care what one thinks about me or what judgements you want to make about what happened in the privacy of my own home, in my marriage, behind closed doors,” Heard said.

“I don’t presume the average person should know these things. And so I don’t take it personally.”

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