When she wrote about domestic abuse in her op-ed, she didn’t know that she would have to go to court. She didn’t know that her ex-husband would accuse her of defamation. She did not know she would lose the case.

During the trial, Heard claimed that he abused her, but he denied it. The jury believed in Heard and now she has to pay him $10 million.

Heard is not ready for this to be over. She plans to appeal, but her lawyers don’t think she will be successful. A lot of evidence was left out of the case, according to Heard’s lawyer.




Heard’s lawyer has been interviewed. We have seen interviews with his lawyers. We’ve seen Depp and Heard on the stand in court. We have heard from Heard for the first time after the verdict.

Heard sat down for an interview. She answered questions about why she wrote the op-ed and if she was worried about being accused of defamation again if she spoke out.

Amber claimed she never intended to get Depp canceled. She claims she still loves him and didn’t want to hurt him. She said, “I tried the best I could to make a deeply broken relationship work. And I couldn’t. I have no bad feelings or ill will toward him at all.”

Even though she still loves Depp, Heard says she’s proud of herself because she stood up for herself even though it didn’t work out in her favor. She explained that she got a restraining order against Depp back in 2016 because “I made the decision to stand up for myself and protect myself.” Heard feels she also stood up for herself in court.

She thinks her ex should do the same. Watch the video below for more information about Heard’s interview and why it’s probably unlikely that Depp would agree to an interview about the trial anytime soon.

Do you figure Depp will consent to a meeting with Savannah Guthrie? For what reason do you suppose Heard chose to be consulted? How about Depp sue her for criticism once more?