Amber Heard Shares More Evidence Against Johnny Depp

Amber heard shared some piece of evidence that she believes could have changed the verdict of her trial against Johnny Deppif it was admitted in court.

In an interview with Savannah Guthrie on the American show date linerevealed the 36-year-old: “There is a folder of years-long notes dating back to 2011 from the very beginning of my relationship that were created by my doctor, to whom I reported the abuse.”

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“Her notes represented years — years — of real-time explanations of what was going on,” Heard claimed, after Guthrie asked if there was any evidence not presented that would have made a difference to the verdict.

Amber Heard spoke to NBC News' Savannah Guthrie on the US Today show Tuesday, doubling down on her innocence and responding to many of the allegations made about her during her trial of ex-husband Johnny Depp.
Amber Heard spoke to NBC News’ Savannah Guthrie on the US Today show, (NBC/Today)

The Aquarius actress continued and shared the contents of these notes. She told her therapist that Depp “beat her” and “threw her on the floor” in January 2012, and eight months later “torn her nightgown” and “threw her on the bed.”

She added that in 2013, he also “threw her against a wall and threatened to kill her,” which she says is also included in the notes.

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So why weren’t these notes included as evidence at trial?

“The judge ruled that those notes were hearsay and inadmissible,” Guthrie revealed in a voiceover.

The trial of Amber Heard and Johnny Depp received a lot of publicity. (AP)

The trial, which closed last month, ruled that Heard defamed Depp when she released a 2018 . wrote Washington Post opinion piece referring to her previous claims of domestic violence. As a result, Heard has to pay $ 10.35 million (about $ 14.65 million) in damages to Depp.

“The op-ed wasn’t about my relationship with Johnny,” Heard said in the same interview with Guthrie

“What the opinion was about was I lent my voice to a larger cultural conversation we were having at the time.”

When asked if she hoped to “cancel” Depp with the op-ed, Heard doubled down and said, “Of course not. It wasn’t about him.”

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Heard was also asked if she is concerned about being charged again for defamation. “I’m afraid whatever I do, whatever I say or how I say it, every step I take will bring another chance for this kind of silence,” she said.

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