Amber Heard ‘deeply regrets’ over ‘terrible’ behavior in relationship with Johnny Depp

Amber Heard said she ‘so regrets’ her ‘horrible’ behavior in her relationship with Johnny Depp, which she describes as ‘very, very toxic’ after he won his case on the 1st. June.

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Amber Heard says she ‘didn’t blame’ jury for Depp trial verdict

Amber Heard has admitted she was “very sorry” for her “terrible” behavior during her marriage to Johnny Depp.

After a sensational six-week trial in Virginia where Hollywood actors, the couple’s friends, expert witnesses and Depp’s former partner Kate Moss gave testimony, the Pirates of the Caribbean actor won the defamation lawsuit on June 1.

Depp, 58, was awarded $10 million (£8m) in punitive damages and $5m (£4m) in punitive damages by a jury.

She was awarded $2 million (£1.6 million) in damages after proving one of her counterclaims before a jury after claiming that his legal team had accused her of fabricating claims against the actor.

Amber testifies in court in six-week defamation case


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Speaking in her first TV interview since sentencing, Heard told NBC Today’s Savannah Guthrie that she never instigated any acts of violence but accepted that the way she acted throughout the entire period. Their “very, very toxic” set of relationships is unfortunate.

“I’ve done and said horrible, regrettable things throughout my relationship. I’ve behaved in horrible, almost unrecognizable ways towards myself. I regret so much,” she said. speak.

“I am free, hopeful and willing to speak about what I have done. I talked about terrible language.

“I talked about being pushed to the point where I didn’t even know the difference between right and wrong.

“I will always feel like I’m part of this relationship, like I’m the other half of this relationship because I am. And it’s ugly. And it can be very beautiful. It’s very, very toxic We are bad for each other.

“I made a lot of mistakes. A lot of mistakes, but I always told the truth.”

After the verdict, Heard said she felt “heartbroken” by the ruling, adding that she was “saddened still” that she had “lost the right” to “speak freely and openly”.

“The disappointment I feel today cannot be put into words. I am heartbroken that the mountain of evidence is still insufficient to prove the power, influence and sway of my ex-husband,” she said in a statement. Father.

Johnny Depp and Amber Heard were married from 2015 to 2017


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“I’m even more disappointed with what this sentence means for other women.

“It’s a step backwards. It sets the clock back to a time when a woman who spoke up and spoke up could be publicly humiliated and humiliated.

“It resets the position that violence against women should be taken seriously.

“I believe Johnny’s lawyers succeeded in getting the jury to ignore the pivotal issue of free speech and to ignore compelling evidence that we won in the UK.

“I’m sad that I lost this case. But I’m sadder that I seem to have lost the right I thought I had as an American – to speak freely and openly.”

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