Amber Heard won’t let the jury say her last word after her ex-husband, Johnny Depp, paid 10.35 million in damages in a defamation suit against her.
In a 20-minute teaser of Savannah Guthrie’s one-hour interview with Nana’s “Dateline” airing Friday night at 8 p.m., the actress shared notes from her therapist documenting her reports of alleged abuse up to 2012.
Judges did not allow the evidence in the Fairfax County Circuit Court trial because it is considered a hearing.
“There’s a binder of notes from several years from the very beginning of my relationship to 2012, taken by my doctor, whom I was reporting abuse,” Herd, 36, told Guthrie.
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Handwritten notes shown on-screen state that Heard reported that in a 2012 incident, Depp allegedly “hit her, threw her against a wall and threatened to kill her.”
The second document details an incident eight months later when she said Depp, 59, allegedly “tore her nightgown and threw her on the bed.”
In 2013, the therapist allegedly recalled Heard’s second statement, when she claimed that Depp “threw her on the wall and threatened to kill her.”
After a shocking six-week trial uncovering the couple’s toxic marriage, the jury found that Heard had defamed Depp by writing a Washington Post op-ed and considered himself a victim of domestic violence.
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The panel rejected her claims that he physically and sexually assaulted her and paid Depp $ 10.35 million in damages. A seven-member jury also awarded Hurd a 2 million reward for information leading to the defamation suit filed by Depp.
Heard said in an interview with Guthrie that she hopes the talk will help restore her reputation.
“My goal at the moment, the only thing I can hope for is that I want people to see me as a person,” she said.
A spokesman for Depp said it was “unfortunate” that the herd would not accept the jury’s decision.
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“Defendant and her team have returned to the court to reconsider, reconsider, and retry the cases already decided, and the jury ruled unanimously and unquestionably in Johnny’s favor,” the representative said.
In a teaser for the same interview aired Wednesday on the “Today” show, Heard stated that she still loves her ex-husband.
“Of course. I love him,” she told Guthrie. “I have no bad feelings or bad wishes about him.”
On Tuesday, in the first teaser aired on “Today,” Heard insisted that “I will stand by every word of my testimony until the day of my death.”
During the defamation suit, Depp testified that he never killed Heard and that she was the only abuser in their relationship.
A juror who spoke for the first time this week “Good Morning America” “Aquaman” described the actress’ highly emotional testimony as unrealistic.
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“Her crying, her facial expressions, her staring at the jury. We all felt very uncomfortable,” said the jury, who did not appear on camera and spoke anonymously. “Some of us used the term ‘crocodile tears’.”
Heard has said she plans to appeal.