Hollywood actress marked her first appearance in her first interview since losing the defamation trial against former husband Johnny Depp. While the speaking to the Savannah Guthrie from Today. The actress went on to open up about her reaction to the verdict and also maintained that, she does not wants to blame the jury for the decision which they took. Apart from telling all this the actress also went on to address about the importance of the free speech during her interview.
While during her interaction along with Guthrie, the actress went on to reveal about her fear as she says that she fears as she opens up about that there will be more defamation that there might be more lawsuits in future coming from her ex-husband Johnny Depp. Back in 2019, the Pirates of the Caribbean star Johnny Deep, had sued Amber Heard for defaming him in her 2018 Washington Post op-ed where she referred to herself as a domestic violence survivor.
The actress spoke about the fact that what her recent loss at the trial means and went on to say, “I took for granted what I assumed was my right to speak.” The actress further went on to add as she opened about her fear and said, “I’m scared that no matter what I do, no matter what I say or how I say it, every step that I take will present another opportunity for the sort of silencing — which is what a defamation lawsuit is meant to do; it’s meant to take your voice.”
Amber Heard Plans to Appeal the Jury’s Decision
While during the separate part of her interview, the star actress went on to state that, she stands by every word she said in her court testimony and was speaking the truth. Furthermore, the “Aquaman” actress also maintained that she plans to appeal the jury’s decision. Heard also went on to maintained that she plans to appeal the jury’s decision. She also went on to say that, she didn’t plan to hurt or cancel anyone with her op-ed in which she did not name her former husband Johnny Depp.