I love Johnny Depp despite the humiliation

Amber Heard admitted that her ex-husband Johnny Depp had suffered “complete global humiliation” – while insisting that she still loved the actor whom she had sexually abused. Was accused.

“Yeah. Yeah. Absolutely. I love her,” Hurd, 36, told NBC News in her first interview, ordering her Hollywood superstar to pay 10. 10.4 million in defamation. has been given.

“I loved her and my whole heart. And I did my best to work out the deep broken relationship,” he said of their “ugly” and “extremely toxic” marriage.

“And I couldn’t,” she told Savannah Guthrie in a clip that aired Wednesday on the “Today” show.

He asserted that his confession had been obtained through torture and that his confession had been obtained through torture.

“I know it can be hard to understand, or really easy to understand – if you’ve ever loved someone, it should be easy.”

After the verdict was announced on June 1, Heard embraced his lawyer, Elaine Brady Huff.
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However, she acknowledged that the lawsuit was settled out of court, in a text message to Depp’s promise that she would see “complete global humiliation” if she continued her allegations.

“I know he promised. Looks like he did,” he said after a pause and sigh.

“Of course, I valued what I thought was my right to speak,” he said of his post-domestic violence writing.

The full interview with Herd will be broadcast on Friday.
The full interview with Herd will be broadcast on Friday.
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He insisted that the Washington Post “was not about your relationship with Johnny,” but about engaging in a “cultural conversation that we were having at the time” with #MeToo.

“It was important for me not to do this, or to do anything to discredit him,” he insisted on the piece that led to his downfall.

“I had lawyers, teams of lawyers, look at all the drafts,” he said.

Heard and Depp watch the jury leave the courtroom at the end of the day on May 16.
Heard and Depp watch the jury leave the courtroom at the end of the day on May 16.
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Asked if she wanted to cancel Depp, she insisted, “Of course not. Absolutely not. It wasn’t about that.”

But now he’s “scared” that he might go after her again, he admitted.

“I am afraid that whatever I do, no matter what I say or how I say it, every step I take will provide another opportunity for silence,” he said.

Johnny Depp greets his fans as he leaves court in Fairfax, Virginia.
Johnny Depp greets his fans as he leaves court in Fairfax, Virginia.
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“I don’t think there’s anything to be done about the defamation suit. It’s about raising your voice,” he said.

She said she now “intends to focus on being a full-time mom, where I don’t have to call lawyers.”

Asked what she would tell her daughter about her high-profile loss, she said, “I don’t think anything, it would mean something.

Herd looks out of court after the verdict.
Herd looks out of court after the verdict.
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“I did the right thing. I did my best to stand up for myself and for the truth.