Amber Heard denies being kicked out of Aquaman amid backlash for first TV interview since trial

Amber Heard has been embroiled in a defamation trial with Johnny Depp, which has garnered worldwide fan attention, leading to a jury verdict in favor of her ex-husband on… June 1.

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

Amber Heard has denied she was fired from her role in the Aquaman sequel.

The 36-year-old was embroiled in a defamation trial with Johnny Depp.

Depp, 58, was awarded $10m (£8m) in damages and $5m (£4m) in compensatory damages.

Heard filed an objection after claiming that his legal team falsely accused her of fabricating claims against the actor and was awarded $2 million in damages. £1.6m) after proving one of her counterclaims.

Amber co-stars with Jason Mamoa in the hit movie of 2018


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She portrayed Mera in the 2018 hit film, which grossed over $1.1 billion (£913.97 million) at the worldwide box office, becoming the Warners-DC title with the total gross. highest ever to surpass The Dark Knight ($1.08 billion).

Filming has been completed for the sequel, which is set to release on March 17, 2023 in the UK, but rumors spread on Tuesday night that Heard was cut and set to shoot. again.

However, a spokesperson for the actress was quick to dismiss the speculation, saying in a statement to “The rumor has continued from day one – inaccurate, insensitive and a bit crazy. .”

The rumors surfaced on the day Heard once again brought herself into the limelight following her first TV interview since the verdict.

Speaking to NBC Today journalist Savannah Guthrie, 50, in the exclusive interview, the actress continued to impress with allegations of abuse from Depp.

When asked if she would stand by her testimony, Heard said: “Of course. Until the day of my death, I will defend every single one of my statements.”

She also claimed Depp lied in court about never hitting her during their relationship, before adding: “I never had to instigate it, I reciprocated it. When you live in violence and it becomes normal – as I testified – you have to adapt.

“As I have testified on this stand, when your life is at risk you are not only responsible for things you shouldn’t be at fault for, but also when you are in the midst of an abusive act; for psychologically, emotionally and physically, you don’t ‘have no source to say you or I do with the luxury of saying this is black and white. Because that’s anything unless you’re living. in there. “

Amber in court in a six-week libel lawsuit in Virginia


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Heard believes the trial was unfair due to the support Depp has gained on social media and believes the jury is “not immune to that”.

“I think a lot of this trial has been done on social media. I think this trial is an example of dead, dead, and the jury is not immune to that,” she said.

“But even some people are sure that I deserve all this hate and cynicism, even if you think I’m lying, you still can’t look me in the eye and tell me you think there’s a fair representation on social media. You can’t tell me you think this is fair.”

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