Amber Heard Still loves Johnny Depp

Amber Heard Still loves Johnny Depp, I STILL LOVE JOHNNY Even After Court Loss

Amber Heard says she has a lot of mixed feelings about Johnny Depp post-trial, but one of those feelings is love … even after all of the nasty back and forth.

The final clip from the actress’ sitdown with “Today” aired Wednesday, and a range of topics was covered … including where her ex lies in the heart. According to Amber, JD is still near and dear, even though he took her to court and won $8.35M.

Savannah Guthrie references Amber’s own words about Johnny — a statement in which she said she still has a love for him — and asks if it’s true today. AH says it is.

Amber Heard Still loves Johnny Depp

Amber was also asked if she feels like Johnny has succeeded in ruining her globally — as he alluded to over text once — and she said yes, saying she feels like he could sue her again if she isn’t careful.

Savannah asks about Amber’s young daughter and how she plans on explaining this to her one day … Amber says she’ll tell her the truth and be okay with it knowing she did the right thing, as she believes she’s on the right side of history.

At one point in the full interview, Amber is asked about credibility — including her $7 million pledge to the ACLU, which she hasn’t completed — and while she notes she shouldn’t have had to make that to be believed, AH acknowledges that might’ve played a factor in the jury ruling against her. But, as Savannah notes, the trial was all about character and trustworthiness.

The entire interview will air on “Dateline NBC” this week in what the network says is extra, unaired footage touching on evidence Amber believes should’ve made it in the case.

Amber Heard Still loves Johnny Depp

Amber Heard says she still loves Johnny Depp despite ‘total global humiliation.’

Amber Heard admitted that she “absolutely” still loves her ex-husband Johnny Depp — despite accusing the actor of shocking abuse and acknowledging he brought her “total global humiliation.”

  • “Yes. Yes. Absolutely. I love him,” Heard, 36, told NBC News in her first interview after being ordered to pay her Hollywood superstar ex $10.4 million for defamation.
  • “I loved him and all my heart. And I tried the best I could to make a deeply broken relationship work,” she said of their “ugly” and “very toxic” marriage.
  • “And I couldn’t,” she told Savannah Guthrie in a clip that aired Wednesday on the “Today” show.
  • “I have no bad feelings or ill will towards him at all,” she insisted of Depp.
  • “I know that might be hard to understand, or it might be really easy to understand — if you’ve ever loved anyone, it should be easy.”
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Still, she admitted that the trial fulfilled Depp’s promise in a text message that she would see “total global humiliation” if she pressed ahead with her accusations.

“I know he promised it … it feels as though he has,” she said after a long pause, admitting she was “not a likable victim” on the stand.

She insisted that the Washington Post “op-ed wasn’t about my relationship with Johnny.”

“What the op-ed was about was me loaning my voice to a bigger cultural conversation that we were having at the time,” she said of the wave of #MeToo accusations.

“It was important for me not to make it about him, or to do anything like defame him,” she insisted of the piece that led to her downfall.

“I had lawyers, teams of lawyers, look over all of these drafts,” she said of the 2018 article that jurors all agreed was false and hurtful to Depp.

When asked if she wanted Depp to be one of the “hundreds of powerful men being canceled,” she said, “Of course not. Of course not. He wasn’t the point.

But she said she was “scared” that he might come after her again.

She said, “I’m afraid that no matter what I do, what I say, or how I say it, every step I take will be another chance to sort of shut me up.”

“Which is probably what a lawsuit for slander is supposed to do. “It’s supposed to silence you,” she said.

She said that she would focus on being a mom full-time now that she didn’t have to take calls from lawyers.

When asked what she would tell her daughter about her significant loss, she said, “I think it will mean something, no matter what.

“I did what was right. I did everything I could to defend myself and the truth.”

Amber Heard Still loves Johnny Depp

Her comments came on the third day of footage from a “wide-ranging sitdown,” which will be shown in its entirety in a “Dateline” special at 8 p.m. ET on Friday.

In it, Heard, who is 36, called Depp a liar again for denying her long-held claims of domestic abuse, saying she “will stand by every word in my testimony until the day I die.”

In the clip released on Wednesday, Heard defended her decision not to report her ex-husband to the police immediately. She insisted that she didn’t do so was not proof of a hoax.

“I didn’t want to help them because I’ve already told them what I think, and I won’t change my mind until I die. So I didn’t want this to get out. She told Guthrie, “I didn’t want this to get out.

“I didn’t want to work with them because I didn’t want this to be… I don’t want to mess things up for him.

“If it was a trick, I could have done that,” she said.

But, she said, “five days later, I decided to stand up for myself and protect myself.”

She told Guthrie that the tip that led TMZ’s paparazzi to take pictures of her with bruises on her face “had nothing to do with me.”

She said, “He didn’t find out about it from me or anyone in my circle.”

She also defended her decision to imply in court that she had given her $7 million divorce settlement to charity as promised. Guthrie had asked if jurors would see this as her “getting caught in a lie.”

“I gave my word. “And by definition, a promise is made over time,” she said again, explaining why she thought it was like a paid-out donation.

“I feel like so much of the trial was meant to make me look bad as a person, to question my honesty, to call me a liar in every way you can,”

She said, “I shouldn’t have had to set aside all of that.”

In earlier clips that were shown on TV, Heard denied that she was the one who started the violence in her “ugly” and “very toxic” marriage to Depp. However, she did say that she “regretted” having “acted in horrible ways.”

“We mistreated each other. I did a lot of wrong things, a lot of bad things.

She said, “But I’ve always been honest.”

“I told those in power the truth, and I paid for it,” she said.



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