Amber Heard Wants To Prove Abuse of Johnny Depp With Therapy Session Notes

Amber Heard (36) is clearly not going to give in easily. Earlier this week it appeared that the actress had given an interview to NBC. In the meantime, it had also emerged that the ‘Aquaman’ actress had let the network see documents made by her therapist.

On Thursday, a day before Amber Heard’s interview appears on ‘Dateline’, it was revealed that the actress had given NBC access to a series of personal documents. “The notes in this folder are from 2011, from the beginning of my relationship. They were made by my doctor to whom I told about the abuse,” it sounds in a preview.

The documents, which can be seen on the screen during the interview, include a specific incident from 2012. It states, among other things, that Johnny Depp “threw her against a wall and threatened to kill her”. Eight months later, the actor is said to have “torn her nightgown and then threw her on the bed”. In 2013, Depp is said to have again “threw his ex-wife against a wall and threatened to kill her”.

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The notes in question were not used in the trial between the two actors. Amber Heard’s lawyers failed to have the documents included. Meanwhile, Johnny Depp also responded to Heard’s interview with NBC. A spokesperson for the actor made it clear that Depp “just wants to get on with his life”. “It is unfortunate that the defendant and her team continue to repeat and reconsider certain cases that the court has already ruled on. And that while a jury has already ruled in favor of Johnny Depp,” was said in a statement.