Amber Heard will write a book about the truth on her life with Johnny Depp. Johnny Depp won the sensational media lawsuit against his ex-wife in Fairfox, Virginia after Amber made heavy statements against Depp in an editorial for the Wshington Post.
According to some rumors, Amber, out of Aquaman 2 and forced to pay her ex-husband compensation of 8 million (which, however, it seems that Johnny may not want), the actress will write a book. Heard has always said she can't afford the $ 8.3 million she owes Depp.
According to the insider who broke the news to OK! Magazine, the actress would therefore be very excited about the opportunity to write a truth book on the whole affair.
Amber Heard will write a book
Amber explained her main desire is to get everyone to see her as a person again, as a lot has been said about her during this time.
Amber was recently spotted shopping at the TJ Maxx discount store in New York. Many believe that in writing this book you will have to pay close attention to what you say considering what happened at Fairfox's trial. Regarding the affair, Dror Bikel said to OK: "Depp and his lawyers will read and listen to everything Heard says.
If she crosses the line, which is likely, there is no doubt that she will be hit again with another lawsuit. for libel and will go to court again. If she crosses the line, which is likely, there is no doubt that she will be hit again with another libel suit and go to court again."
Amber granted the first interview since the verdict to NBC, and she said: "I understand and respect the jury, but it was an unfair trial of me. I understand their decision: he's a beloved character and people feel they know him.
he's a great actor. I don't care what people think of me, or the judgments anyone makes about what happened in my intimate home or in my marriage. I don't think people need to know these details, so I don't take it personally.
But somebody thinks I deserve all this hate, all this poison, even if they think I'm lying ... well, I think all that should tell me in the face by looking me in the eye, and don't write it on social media."