On Tuesday July 28th at Royal Courts of Justic Amber Heard gave a statement after the conclusion of Johnny Depp’s case against UK Tabliod for calling him “Wife Beather”.

During the trial elegations from both ends Amber and Johnny were denied.

At the end of the Court hearing Amber Heard Came to the Court stairs and gave this statement saying “I traveled to the UK to testify in these proceedings as a witness to assist the Court.”

She further stated during his statement “After obtaining a restraining order in 2016 and finalizing our divorce, I wanted to move on with my life. I did not file this lawsuit and, despite its significance, I would have preferred not to be in court,”

Her painful feelings could be see from the statement she continued and said further “It has been incredibly painful to relive the break-up of my relationship, have my motives and my truth questioned, and the most traumatic details of my life with Johnny shared in court and broadcast around the world.”

Amber heard commented on her testimoney and said “I stand by my testimony in court and I now place my faith in British justice. Although I did not bring this lawsuit, I am aware of the precious resources being consumed by his litigation and will be glad to see those resources re-directed back to more important legal matters already delayed by the Covid-19 pandemic,”

She also commented on the dedication of the legal team and hard work saying “I appreciate the dedication, hard work and support of the defense legal team, as well as my UK and US lawyers.”

Amber Heard further added saying “I also wish to extend my thanks to the very kind and diligent court staff and the police, who have been so sensitive in ensuring my protection so that that I could testify in safety. And finally, my heartfelt thanks for the tremendous outpouring of support and the many messages I have received from around the world. You have given me so much strength and I send it back to you.”

Here interview’s video was also shared on twitter by BBC News UK.
You can check her part of interview in the below tweet by BBC.