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After having accused her ex-ex-husband Johnny Depp of having physically and sexually harassed her, and facing a trial where he lost; the actress Amber Heard he even made revealing comments in an interview after the verdict. The most surprising thing was the admission of positive feelings towards the actor.

Heard opened up to Sabannah Guthrie of NBC News; that among so many comments in the interview, she assured that despite everything; she still deeply loved the actor.

I love him. I love him with all my heart. I tried my best to make a deeply broken relationship work, but I couldn’t., commented. He even added that he never wished the actor ill.

“I have no ill feelings or ill will towards him at all. I know that can be difficult to understand or it can be very easy to understand if you have ever loved someone.

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He admits that the entire legal process was exhaustive; once Depp took her to court for libel. What hurt him the most was openly commenting on such private details.

“I have always held a love for Johnny and it pains me to have to live out the details of our past life together before the world.”

She fears that Depp will retaliate and sue her again; so he plans to appeal the judge’s verdict. Although for now, the only thing she wants is to concentrate on her private life and dedicate herself to her children.

Amber Heard admits that she is still in love with Johnny Depp (Photo: GettyImages)
Amber Heard admits that she is still in love with Johnny Depp (Photo: GettyImages)

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