Amber Heard thinks her ex-husband Johnny Depp will sue her once again to make his dream of ‘total global humiliation’ come true
Amber Heard fears that Johnny Depp will sue her again because she claims that she wants to realize her dream of ‘global humiliation’.
Actress Aquaman, 36, revealed this in the last part of her TV interview for NBC Today.
In recent weeks, Amber has lost a multimillion-dollar defamation lawsuit against her ex-husband of 15 months.
Addressing reporter Savannah Guthrie, Amber said: “I know he promised it. I testified about it. I’m not a good victim, I understand. I’m not a sympathetic victim. I’m not a perfect victim. But when I testified I asked the jury to see me as a man and here, his own words, which is a promise to do so, seem to be. “
Asked if she thought she could be sued for defamation again, the actress added: “I am afraid that no matter what I do, whatever I say and how I say it, every step I take will be another opportunity for silence, which I assume the defamation lawsuit is intended. “
On whether she is nervous about what she can say now, the Hollywood star concluded: “Of course. I took for granted what I assumed was my right to speak.”
After losing the case, Amber denied being fired from Aquaman.
She was involved in a defamation trial with Johnny, which resulted in a jury verdict in favor of the actor on June 1.
Amber played the role of Mere in the 2018 hit film, which grossed over $ 1.1 billion (£ 913.97 million) at the box office worldwide, making it the largest global earner of the Warners-DC title to ever surpass the Dark Knight. 1.08 billion dollars).
Filming for the sequel has already been completed, which should be released on March 17, 2023 in the UK, but rumors circulated on Tuesday night that Heard had been interrupted and would be modified.
However, a spokeswoman for the actress quickly dispelled speculation, saying in a statement to DailyMail.com: “The rumor mill continues as it did from day one – inaccurate, insensitive and a bit crazy.”
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