Amber Heard said in his first television interview that he would support the evidence “until my death” after losing the multi-million dollar defamation case filed by former partner Johnny Depp.
The actress, 36, told NBC Today journalist Savannah Guthrie that she was emotionally influenced by the trial and asked if she supported the evidence. .. “
She added: “This was the most humiliating and horrifying thing I’ve ever experienced. I never felt far from my humanity. I felt sicker than humans. . “
In an interview, Guthrie suggested that some people were “frankly tired” of what was done in court between the couple, and Haad replied: I don’t think this is the worst Hollywood kid.
“But what people don’t understand is that it’s actually much bigger than that. This isn’t just the say in our first Amendment.”
Guthrie said: “But this is the problem. The first amendment protects freedom of speech. It does not protect the defamation-equivalent lies, it was the matter of the case.”
Following six weeks of evidence in a court in Fairfax County, Virginia, a jury wrote a 2018 article in the Washington Post that her experience as a survivor of domestic violence was traumatic. I found.
Depp was awarded $ 10.35 million in damages.
Depp’s press responded to her counterclaim, alleging that her allegations were “abuse hoaxes” aimed at taking advantage of the #MeToo movement, and that she had successfully defamed her. I won with one count.
The jury has given her $ 2 million in damages.
When the deliberations began, Depp appeared on stage during a UK tour with veteran rock guitarist Jeff Beck (77), who recently also released a collaboration album.
Depp had previously lost a similar trial in Britain and brought him to the publisher of the Sun newspaper after an article also in 2018 that called him a “beater of his wife.”
Hard interviews will air on Tuesday and Wednesday in the NBC News Today program, and more on Friday’s special Dateline Show.