More On: Amber Heard
Amber Heard is not letting up on attempting to prove her innocence against ex-husband Johnny Depp.
A 20-minute preview clip on Peacock shows that Heard gave the NBC show many documents from a doctor that "represented years and years of real-time explanations of what was going on," she said. The explosive interview with Savannah Guthrie will air Friday on "Dateline."
"There's a binder full of notes from my doctor, who I told about the abuse, that go back to 2011 and the beginning of my relationship," Heard said in the video clip.
According to "Dateline," the documents show one time in 2012 when Depp allegedly "hit her, threw her against a wall, and threatened to kill her."
Eight months after that, Depp allegedly “ripped her nightgown, threw her on the bed,” according to the program, and in 2013, he reportedly “threw her against a wall and threatened to kill her.”
Heard’s legal team was unable to admit the documents into evidence in the highly publicized trial due to “hearsay.”
Meanwhile, in response to Heard’s interview with NBC, a spokesperson for Depp indicated to “Dateline” that the actor simply wants to “move forward” after he won his case.
“It’s unfortunate that while Johnny is looking to move forward with his life, the defendant and her team are back to repeating, reimagining and re-litigating matters that have already been decided by the Court and a verdict that was unanimously and unequivocally decided by the jury in Johnny’s favor,” they said in a statement.
After an opinion piece Heard wrote for the Washington Post in 2018 in which she said she had been a victim of domestic abuse was published, Depp, who is 59, sued Heard, who is 36, for defamation. On June 1, a jury decided that the editorial was about the "Pirates of the Caribbean" actor and gave him $10 million in compensatory damages and $5 million in punitive damages. Heard got $2 million in damages for her countersuit, which she won.
The latest news about Heard and Guthrie's conversation is about the so-called proof from her doctor. In a teaser clip that was shown on Wednesday's "Today Show," Heard told the host that she "absolutely" still loves the man she says hurt her.
“I loved him with all my heart,” the “Aquaman” actress said about Depp. “I tried the best I could to make a deeply broken relationship work and I couldn’t. I have no bad feelings or ill will toward him at all.”
In the Tuesday preview, she said that she "stands by every word" she said in the defamation trial testimony that hurt her case.