Actress Amber Heard indicated in her first television interview after losing the “defamation” case brought by her ex-husband, Johnny Depp, that she still loves him “with all her heart”. In her interview with Savannah Guthrie on NBC, Heard said that even after the jury’s verdict, she had no ill feelings toward her ex-husband. Heard added, “I love him, I love him with all my heart, and I did everything in my power to make a very broken relationship work. I have absolutely no bad feelings or will for him. I know it can be hard to understand or it can be really easy to understand, if I loved Anyone at all, it should be easy.” Guthrie Heard asked why she decided to write the article in 2018, in which she identified herself as a public figure who represents domestic violence, although the article published in December 2018 did not mention Depp by name, but he claimed that there was a link between her allegations, that he physically assaulted her, which is what He denied it, and Heard responded that the editorial “was not about her relationship with Deeb” and added, “You know what the editorial was about is that I’m doing an audio-intervention of a larger cultural conversation we were having at the time.” In another context, Heard indicated during the interview that the last trial was driven by social networking sites, and that the jury was subjected to a storm of messages against her, which contributed to Depp’s victory in the case, and considered that the jury was not properly immunized against the effects of public opinion and talk of communication sites. Heard said she doesn’t blame the jury for that affection because Johnny Depp is such a likable character and people feel they know him, adding, “He’s a great actor.” Heard admitted that she had said horrific and unfortunate things throughout her relationship with Depp, adding, “I’ve acted in horrible ways I hardly recognize myself.” She indicated that she was part of an ugly relationship, that was supposed to be very beautiful, and said, “We were horrible for each other and I made a lot of mistakes, but I always told the truth.” Heard confirmed that she will not retract her statements, that she was subjected to domestic violence by Depp, and that she did not lie in any word she said in front of the jury.