Amber Heard admits she still loves Johnny Depp

Listened to bizarrely claimed she experienced “no undesirable emotions or ill will to Depp at all”, irrespective of just lately attempting to sue him for $100 million.

Amber Heard has insisted she “absolutely however loves” her ex-husband Johnny Depp, even with repeating her claims that he abused her.

In the last episode of her bombshell job interview with NBC’s Today show, the actress bizarrely claimed she experienced “no undesirable thoughts or unwell will toward him at all”, despite lately hoping to sue him for $100 million.

Requested regardless of whether she nonetheless beloved Depp, Read reported: “Yes. Certainly. Completely. I really like him. I beloved him with all my heart and I attempted the most effective I could to make a deeply broken romantic relationship do the job. And I couldn’t.

“I have no lousy emotions or unwell will in direction of him at all. I know that could possibly be challenging to recognize or it may possibly be actually quick to understand if you’ve ever liked everyone.”

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Heard – who lost the defamation trial with Depp and was purchased to shell out out $14.4 million AUD, also strike out at claims built by Depp’s lawyer that she faked bruises on her experience.

“Again it is that detail: if you have bruising, if you have accidents, it is phony. If you never have any, [then] you weren’t injured,” she mentioned.

She afterwards reported that the Washington Put up op-ed Depp sued her around – which claimed she was a victim of domestic violence – was not supposed to “cancel” him.

“The op-ed was not about my relationship with Johnny. You know what, the op-ed was about me loaning my voice to a even bigger cultural discussion that we were possessing at the time. It wasn’t about him.”

In a previous component of the interview, 36-year-aged Listened to branded Depp, 59, a “liar” and claimed the jury have been persuaded by viral social media posts mocking her.

Asked regardless of whether she stood by her accusations towards Depp, she reported: “To my dying working day, I will stand by each term in my testimony.”

For the duration of the next instalment of her 3-portion job interview in the wake of the demo, Listened to admitted she “made a whole lot of mistakes” all through her marriage to Depp.

“I did do and say terrible, regrettable items all through my connection. I behaved in terrible, practically unrecognisable to myself approaches. I have so much regret.

“I’ve talked about the awful language, I’ve talked about staying pushed to the extent that I didn’t know the diference amongst appropriate and incorrect.

“I will generally keep on to truly feel like I was element of this, like I was the other half of this romantic relationship for the reason that I was. And it was quite unsightly, it could be very gorgeous, and it was extremely poisonous.

“We were terrible to each individual other and I manufactured a large amount of faults, a great deal of mistakes, but I’ve usually explained to the truth.”

The actress also admitted that the feuding couple arrived across as “brats” all through the court fight.

“I would not blame the ordinary individual for looking at this and how it’s been lined and not think that it is Hollywood brats at their worst,” she said.

Heard described strolling past men and women chanting “death to Amber Heard” and “burn the witch” as she arrived at court docket.

She explained the demo was “the most humiliating and horrible issue I’ve at any time been through”.

“I have never ever felt far more eradicated from my very own humanity. I felt significantly less than human,” she reported.

Responding to claims from Depp’s attorney Camille Vasquez that Read put on “the effectiveness of a lifetime” during her time on the stand, the actress hit back by referring to Depp’s general performance in 1990 motion picture Edward Scissorhands.

“Says the lawyer for the gentleman who confident the globe he experienced scissors for fingers.

“I’m the performer? I had listened to months of testimony insinuating, or expressing rather directly, that I’m a horrible actress. So I’m a little bit perplexed how I could be both of those.”

Depp was awarded $14.4 million (AUD) in damages right after the jury ruled that Heard had defamed him by referring to herself as “public figure representing domestic abuse” in an op-ed for the Washington Submit in 2018.

Read did not name Depp in the piece, but he sued her for implying he was a domestic abuser.

Heard later on countersued declaring that Depp’s attorney, Adam Waldman, defamed her by declaring her abuse promises were a “hoax”. The jury awarded her $2 million.

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