‘Call Me A Liar In Every Way You Can’: Amber Heard Finally Admits She Lied Under Oath In Court

Amber Heard says that a promise to donate $7 million in funds from her divorce settlement was “made over time” and she is choosing not to speak publicly further on the subject. Speaking in an exclusive interview, the 36-year-old actress said, “I made a pledge; that pledge was made over time.”

Amber Heard expressed her views on the verdict in NBC interview with Savannah Guthrie
Amber Heard expressed her views on the verdict in NBC interview with Savannah Guthrie

The Trial Was Meant To Cast Dispersions On Who I Am As A Human – Said Amber Heard

When Guthrie asked Amber:

You had promised to donate the USD 7 million of your divorce settlement to charity. It was revealed at trial that you haven’t done so yet [but] they played a tape where you [said you had]. Do you think that raised questions as to your credibility with the jury?

Heard replied:

I don’t know, because I feel like so much of the trial was meant to cast dispersions on who I am as a human, my credibility, to call me a liar in every way you can.

Amber Heard
Amber Heard

Additionally, this bears a significant correlation with what Heard previously expressed on the witness stand during the trial when she noted that legal expenses due to Depp’s lawsuit prevented her from continuing with the contributions.

The Actress Revealed That The Donation Will Be Split Amongst Several Organizations

Key details Heard said in her statement at the time that the donation will be split among a variety of organizations, with “a particular focus to stop violence against women” as well as the Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles. Interestingly, on the Today program, her lawyer echoed “absolutely not” when asked if her client intended to pay it. Heard also said she will appeal the conviction.

Amber Heard and Johnny Depp verdict
Amber Heard and Johnny Depp verdict

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