Amber Heard has now said that the 2018 Washington Post article that drove Johnny Depp to sue her “wasn’t about him.” Johnny won the claim on June 1 after a jury found she had slandered him.
Entertainer Johnny Depp as of late won the slander body of evidence against his ex-entertainer Amber Heard. In the wake of losing the preliminary, Amber has said that the web-based disdain coming in her direction during the preliminary was ‘out of line’ and conceded that she did ‘terrible things’ while she was hitched to Johnny. Presently, the Aquaman entertainer has said that the 2018 disputable Washington Post commentary that drove Johnny to sue her, wasn’t about him.
In a proceeding interview with Today Show, Amber has said that the questionable commentary at the focal point of Johnny’s slander claim against her “wasn’t about him.”
During the meeting, when inquired, “Life had continued and you choose to compose a commentary, for what reason did you do that?” Amber then demanded that the “commentary wasn’t about my relationship with Johnny,” to which the questionnaire inquired, “Yet it suggested him. Is that mistakable?” Amber said, all things considered, the segment about sexual viciousness and homegrown maltreatment was “about me loaning my voice to a greater social discussion that we were having at that point.”
The article was distributed at the “level” of the Me Too development in the country. “Armies of influential men being dropped. Losing their positions. Did you believe that should happen to Johnny Depp?” Amber inquired. “Not. There wasn’t any need to focus on him,” she answered.
Following quite a long while of dating, Johnny and Amber wedded in an exceptionally confidential function at their home in Los Angeles in 2015. On May 23, 2016, Amber petitioned for legal separation from Johnny and got an impermanent limiting request against the Oscar-named entertainer. She affirmed that Johnny had manhandled her during their relationship, and said it was generally while affected by medications or liquor.
Johnny sued Amber for $50 million after she composed the commentary for The Washington Post in 2018 in which she considered herself a “person of note addressing homegrown maltreatment.” Amber countersued Johnny for $100 million which said she guaranteed that she had gotten through abusive behavior at home during their 15-month marriage.