After the highly publicized trial between Amber Heard and Johnny Depp, the actress broke her silence and gave her first interview for Savannah Guthrie of NBCnews. In the conversation he had with the communicator, the protagonist of Never surrender He mentioned that he does not blame the jury for the verdict, since it was reasonable due to the love and admiration they have for the actor. However, he claimed that the treatment he received was not fair.
.@savannahguthrie sat down for an exclusive conversation with #AmberHeard. “You cannot tell me that you think that this has been fair,” Heard shared, in reference to social media representation. pic.twitter.com/56Ju7pYg1x
— TODAY (@TODAYshow) June 13, 2022
The actress stated that no matter what people think of her or what judgment you want to make about what happened in the privacy of her home, in her marriage behind closed doors, she assumes that the average person should not know these things, so He does not take comments personally. However, she went on to say that even when someone is sure that she deserves all that hate or believes that she is lying, they cannot look her in the eye and tell her that there has been a fair representation of her on social media.
Of course, we all witnessed how high-profile the trial was, so it’s no surprise that we viewers had our say, but in stores across America, people have been known to put tip money in jars labeled “Team Depp” or “Team Heard”. In addition, there were memes, TikTok videos and reactions on YouTube about the actor and although Heard has not taken it personally, he believes that the process of him should not have been taken as entertainment.