A 20-minute preview clip on Peacock reveals that Amber Heard gave the NBC show numerous documents from a doctor that “represented years, years of real-time explanations of what was going on,” she said. The explosive interview with Savannah Guthrie airs Friday on “Dateline.”
“There’s a binder full of years of notes dating back to 2011 from the start of my relationship that were taken by my doctor, who I was reporting the abuse to,” Heard said in the video.
According to “Dateline,” the documents detail one incident in 2012 in which Johnny Depp allegedly “hit her, threw her against a wall, and threatened to kill her.”
According to the program, Depp allegedly “ripped her nightgown, threw her on the bed” eight months later, and in 2013, he “threatened to kill her by throwing her against a wall.”
Due to “hearsay,” Heard’s legal team was unable to introduce the documents into evidence during the highly publicized trial.
Meanwhile, a spokesperson for Depp told “Dateline” that the actor simply wants to “move forward” after winning his case, in response to Heard’s interview with NBC.
The Depp vs Heard case trial
After the publication of a 2018 Washington Post op-ed in which she described herself as a victim of domestic abuse, Depp sued Heard for defamation.
A jury found that the editorial was about the “Pirates of the Caribbean” actor on June 1, and awarded him $10 million in compensatory and $5 million in punitive damages. For her own countersuit, Heard was awarded $2 million in compensatory damages.
The latest headline from Heard and Guthrie’s conversation is her so-called evidence from her doctor. Heard told the “Today Show” on Wednesday that she “absolutely” still loves her alleged abuser in a teaser clip that aired on Wednesday.