Amber Heard doesn’t give up on telling her truth despite losing the trial against Johnny Depp

Despite losing the trial against Johnny Depp, Amber Heard still has a lot of positives going for her. For starters, she has her 14-month-old daughter Oonagh Paige to take care of. The folks at People reported that they spoke to someone within her inner circle for details about her outlook on life after the trial.

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Initially, it was believed that Amber Heard would keep her head down and forget about this mess for a while. However, she decided to give an interview that left her in an even more difficult situation. Although this source talks about Amber Heard’s next steps away from all the drama, that interview says otherwise.

Amber Heard is not finished

Losing this case in no way indicates that Amber Heard is giving up on her attempt to take down Johnny Depp.

Regardless of what the jury rules, she is still sticking to her story about sexual and domestic abuse. That interview showed that she is far from walking away from that story, but she needs a breather to regroup and start her strategy again.

Johnny Depp may think he’s off the hook, but Amber has the conviction to defend her story and keep trying to convince the world about Johnny’s malice. With the whole world against her, you’d think she’d be willing to let him go, but that won’t be the case.

What could be Amber Heard’s future?

Perhaps spending time with her daughter and the rest of her family will give her the peace of mind she needs.

Becoming one of the most public figures in the world because of this trial was the worst possible press she could have received. But more importantly, Amber Heard is definitely trying to keep this ball rolling because she wants to get her career back on track.

After ending the trial with this defeat, many of the biggest studios in the world will think twice before hiring a person considered toxic like Amber Heard. She needs to clean up her image and start putting out the many fires she left burning when she wrote that op-ed in the Washington Post.