Amber Heard ‘Trying to Have a Positive Perspective’ after the trial of Johnny Depp: Source

Amber Heard accepts the next chapter of his life after being recently wrapped up a court battle for defamation with ex-husband Johnny Depp.

A source says for PEOPLE in this week’s issue that it is Aquaman The 36-year-old actress is “good” after the verdict and that, although she “feels exhausted and exhausted after the trial”, she “tries her best to have a positive attitude”.

“She is happy to spend every day with her little girl [daughter Oonagh Paige, 14 months]”says the insider.” Her sister [Whitney Henriquez] is also her greatest support. They spend a lot of time together. “

Earlier this month, Depp, 59, received all three defamation lawsuits in his case against Heard over her 2018 article about her declaring herself a victim of domestic abuse. The jury awarded Depp $ 15 million in damages, but only Heard should pay $ 10.35 million due to Virginia law limiting criminal damages (the judge reduced the amount).

Amber Heard attends the Saint Laurent Mens Spring Summer Show 20 on June 6, 2019 in Paradise Cove Malibu, California

Amber Heard attends the Saint Laurent Mens Spring Summer Show 20 on June 6, 2019 in Paradise Cove Malibu, California

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In addition, Heard received $ 2 million in damages for his counterclaims against Depp. The actress’ lawyer said Heard would “absolutely” appeal the verdict against her.

“Amber is still disappointed with the jury’s verdict,” the source said. “She’s still weighing her legal options, but she needs a little breathing space right now to just enjoy the summer.”

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Earlier, Heard called the verdict a “failure” for women and said Today‘s Savannah Guthrie to she is “scared” it will mean more “silence” for survivors who want to move forward. Depp, meanwhile, claimed he never raised his hand to Heard and accused him to physically injure him.)

FAIRFAX, VIRGINIA - MAY 27: Actor Johnny Depp takes a break during a trial in the Fairfax County Courthouse on May 27, 2022 in Fairfax, Virginia.  The closing arguments in the defamation trial of Depp v. Heard, made by Johnny Depp against his ex-wife Amber Heard, begin today.  (Photo: Kevin Dietsch / Getty Images);  FAIRFAX, VA - APRIL 21: (NY & NJ NEWSPAPER) Amber Heard leaves after a day break out of court during the civil trial of Johnny Depp and Amber Heard in Fairfax County District Court on April 21, 2022 in Fairfax, Virginia.  Depp is seeking $ 50 million in alleged damages for his career over an article Heard wrote in the 2018 Washington Post (Photo: Ron Sachs / Consolidated News Pictures / Getty Images)

FAIRFAX, VIRGINIA – MAY 27: Actor Johnny Depp takes a break during a trial in the Fairfax County Courthouse on May 27, 2022 in Fairfax, Virginia. The closing arguments in the defamation trial of Depp v. Heard, made by Johnny Depp against his ex-wife Amber Heard, begin today. (Photo: Kevin Dietsch / Getty Images); FAIRFAX, VA – APRIL 21: (NY & NJ NEWSPAPER) Amber Heard leaves after an out-of-court break during the civil trial of Johnny Depp and Amber Heard at Fairfax County Court on April 21, 2022 in Fairfax, Virginia. Depp is seeking $ 50 million in alleged damages for his career over an article Heard wrote in the 2018 Washington Post (Photo: Ron Sachs / Consolidated News Pictures / Getty Images)

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“How do you see your future now?” Guthrie asked, to which Heard replied with a smile, “I can be a mom, like, full time, you know? Where I don’t have to juggle calls with lawyers.”

Guthrie, 50, then said, “One day you may want to tell your daughter about this or you may have to tell your daughter about everything you’ve been through. What would you like to say?”

“I think no matter what,” Herd said, “It simply came to our notice then. I did the right thing. I did everything I could to stand up for myself and the truth. “

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Heard also said this in an interview with Guthrie she has “so much remorse” for what happened during her previous relationship with Pirates of the Caribbean an actor with whom she was married from 2015 to 2017.

“Yes did and said horrible things to regret during my relationship. “I acted in a horrible, almost unrecognizable way,” the actress said. “I spoke freely and openly and voluntarily about what I had done. I was talking about terrible language. I talked about being pushed to the point where I didn’t even know the difference between right and wrong. “

“I’m always going to still feel like I’m part of this, like I’m the other half of this relationship because I am. And she was ugly, and she could be very pretty. It was very, very toxic,” she continued. “We were awful to each other.”

And while Heard admitted that she “made a lot of mistakes”, she insisted her conversation with Guthrie“I want to die stand by every word of my testimony. “

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