Amber Heard Breaks Silence On The ‘Hate’ & ‘Vitriol’ She’s Receiving For Trial Against Johnny Depp In Defamation Case: “…There’s Been A Fair Representation’

Amber Heard talks about hate and vitriol during her trial against Johnny Depp (Photo Credits – Instagram; Wikimedia)

The Amber Heard and Johnny Depp defamation case was watched from all over the world and was ecstatic after the latter managed to win the case and restore his dignity. However, the same could not happen for Heard as he was trolled extensively on social media.

The Aquaman actress broke her silence on the subject and gave her insights on the matter and how she felt about what was said to her on social media. Scroll down to know more.

Recently, Amber Heard appeared in a conversation on the Today show, where Actress Spoke to the jury for the trial. She said, “I don’t blame him. I really understand. He’s a beloved character and people think they know him. He’s a fantastic actor.”

Continuing the interview, Amber revealed how she felt about the troll messages that were circulating on social media after her trial with Johnny Depp. She said, “I don’t care what anyone thinks of me or what decisions you want to make about what happened behind closed doors, at my wedding, in the privacy of my own home. I don’t think so.” The average person should know those things. And that’s why I don’t take it personally. But even someone who makes sure I’m worthy of all this hate and opposition, even if you think That I’m lying, yet you can’t look me in the eye and tell me you think social media is a fair representation. You can’t tell me you think it’s fair. “

As for the unversed, earlier this month Johnny Depp won a defamation suit against Amber and was ordered to pay The Pirates of the Caribbean actor $15 million in damages. In addition, the jury found Johnny guilty of defaming the actress at once and asked Heard to pay $2 million in damages.

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