Amber Heard Claims Johnny Depp’s Verdict Would Have Been Different Had Doctor’s Nots Binder been Available

Amber Heard is convinced that she could have won the defamation trial against Johnny Depp had the jury known about specific evidence unavailable to them. During Savannah Guthrie interviewed the actress that aired June 18 on NBC’s DatelineGuthrie then asked Guthrie if there was one piece or evidence she could point at and say. “Ah! This made a difference.”Heard replied “yes”Before Guthrie asked: “What exactly is it?

Heard pointed to a collection of documents from the doctor she reported her abuse to at the time.”Her notes represented years — years — of real-time explanations of what was going on,” Heard said. According to the notes, Heard said Depp “Hit her” and “I threw her to the floor” in 2012, “Her nightgown was torn.” and “I threw her on my bed” in 2013, and threw her against a wall and threatened to kill her in 2014.” Guthrie told Dateline viewers that a judge deemed the therapist notes “hearsay and inadmissible.”

Heard is not convinced that Depp has ever been accused by any other women of abuse. “Look what happened to me when I came forward,”She spoke. “Would you?”

Heard, 36-year-old, said that she didn’t have any hard feelings for Depp (59), despite losing the defamation lawsuit earlier this month. Guthrie was assured by Heard, however, that she would stand by. “every word”Depp repeatedly lied about her testimony, saying she had not abused her during their relationship “ugly” marriage. She also admitted to her bad behaviour when she was with the star. “I did do and say horrible and regrettable things throughout my relationship,”Heard it. “I have so much regret.”

Heard expressed disappointment at the way the case was handled in the public eye. She described it as an example “run amok,”He is a great example of this, especially considering the support he has received from his fans on social media and in court. “What I learned in that trial is, it’s never going to be good enough,”She spoke. “If you have proof, then it was a scheme — it was a hoax. If you don’t have proof, it didn’t happen. If you have a bruise, it’s fake. If you don’t have a bruise, then violence clearly didn’t hurt you. If you told people, then you’re hysterical. If you didn’t tell anyone, it didn’t happen.”

She regretted further the inhumane treatment she received by some members of the general public. “I’m not a good victim, I get it. I’m not a likable victim. I’m not a perfect victim, I get it. I’m not a saint. I’m not asking anyone to like me.”She said that the jury did its job and she doesn’t blame it for making that decision, despite her description of it as “unfair.” “nonstop relentless testimony from paid employees.”

The Aquaman Guthrie was assured by star that none her actions were motivated in any way by vindictiveness. “this would be a really lousy way to get revenge.”She is concerned that the ruling might make it harder for other victims of abuse to speak out. “I hope this doesn’t have the chilling effect that I worry it may have on other people.”Guthrie was married to Michael Feldman who worked as a consultant on Depp’s legal staff.

Depp won a jury trial in Fairfax County, Va., last month, finding that Heard defamed him intentionally and maliciously in an op-ed she wrote in The Washington Post in 2018 about her experience as a domestic abuse survivor. Judge Penney Azcarate reduced the punitive damages to Virginia’s statutory cap of $350,000, and Depp won $10 million in compensatory damages and $5 million in punitive damages. The jury also partially ruled in favor of Heard’s defamation countersuit, awarding her compensation of $2 million and denying her punitive damages. 


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