hate in the networks during the trial was not “fair”

Actress Amber Heard said the “hate” she received on social media during the Johnny Depp trial was “unfair” but insisted she does not blame the jury for taking sides with her ex-husband.

After six weeks in court, a jury awarded Depp more than $10 million in damages and defamation, and $2 million to Heard, who had countersued.

The case, which was broadcast live, exposed intimate details about the former Hollywood couple’s private life, and Heard became a target on social media.

I don’t presume the average person should know these things.”, said the actress in her first extensive interview since the verdict. “And I don’t take it personally.”

But even if someone is sure I deserve all this hate, even if they think I’m lying, they couldn’t look me in the eye and tell me they think there’s been fair representation on social media.”, stressed the actress

“You can’t tell me that you think this has been fair,” he told US station NBC.

Depp sued Heard over a Washington Post op-ed in which she, without naming him, described herself as a “public figure representing domestic violence.” Heard countersued after her ex-husband’s attorney called her allegations of violence a “hoax.”

Public opinion during the trial was overwhelmingly in favor of Depp, with Heard’s lawyers accusing her legal team of “demonizing” her.

Heard’s attorney, Elaine Bredehoft, said the actress Aquaman wants to appeal the verdict.

In an excerpt from the interview released Monday, June 13, Heard says she doesn’t take the jury’s decision “personally.”

“They sat in those chairs and listened for three weeks to testimonials from paid employees … How could you not come to that conclusion?” Heard said in the interview, which will be released in full on Friday.

“I do not blame them. I actually understand that he is a loved figure, and people feel that they know him. He is a fantastic actor”, he commented referring to Depp.

When the interviewer added that it was the jury’s duty not to be influenced by Depp’s status, Heard reiterated her opinion: “how could they (not be) after hearing for three and a half weeks, testimony stating that I am a person without credibility? ”

Strong response from Amber Heard to Johnny Depp

The trial that revolved around various accusations and couple problems between Amber Heard and Johnny Depp was one of the most observed by audiences in the film industry and other areas. This is how the 58-year-old actor won the defamation lawsuit against his ex-wife.

And it is that a week has not elapsed after the judicial decision and this ex-partner is still news off the bench. For this occasion, a new scuffle arose between Depp and Heard due to a publication by the actor on his personal account on the TikTok social network.where he thanks his followers for their support throughout the duration of the trial.

“To all my most precious, loyal and unwavering followers. We have been everywhere together, we have seen everything together. We did the right thing together. And now, we will all move forward together,” he said in his post.

Also, in that message Depp added a few words where he expresses total fidelity and gratitude to his followers.

“You are, as always, my employers and once again I have no other way to say thank you, other than to say thank you. Thanks. My love and respect, JD”, concluded the artist.

After hearing these words of celebration and gratitude, Amber, through her spokesperson, expressed her displeasure and disapproval of Johnny Depp’s publication.

“Like Johnny Depp said it’s ‘moving forward,’ women’s rights are going backwards. The message of the verdict for victims of domestic violence is: be afraid to stand up and speak out,” he noted.