Amber Heard, who recently lost a lawsuit against her ex-husband Johnny Depp, gave an interview to TODAY. In it, the actress stated that she had never lied and was not going to give up her words:
Until the day I die, I will stand by every word of my testimony.
However, from the interview one gets the feeling that even a female TV presenter does not trust Hurd’s words too much. Here is what she expressed to the actress:
I am looking at the transcript of the audio file presented in court in which he [Джонни Депп] says: “You hit me,” and you say: “Yes, I really hit you. And I can not promise that I will not fight again.” It’s written in black and white. You tell me today that you’ve never been beaten [Деппа]however, on the records, you claim that you were beaten.
Amber Heard’s answer was not very convincing:
When your life is in danger, you take the blame for things you shouldn’t take the blame for. When you are in a situation of violence, psychological, emotional and physical, you don’t have the strength to say, “Hey, this is black and white.”
Then the TV presenter drew the attention of the actress to another audio recording presented in court. On it, Heard teases Depp: “And what will you do? Come on, tell the whole world that you, Johnny Depp, are a man and a victim of domestic violence.”
Amber also had an answer to this:
Twenty-second videos or their transcripts are not indicative of the two or three hours from which they are cut.
Meanwhile, around the participation of Amber Heard in the new “Aquaman” is a strange situation. A number of media outlets, citing their sources, said that the actress was completely cut out of the tape. Herd’s representatives said that was not the case. Warner Bros. while keeping a mysterious silence and does not comment on these rumors.