Amber Heard says she by no means needed the trial in opposition to Johnny Depp to air for the general public

Amber Heard revealed she by no means needed the defamation trial in opposition to Johnny Depp to be aired for the general public as she mentioned arriving in court docket with protecting measures.

In her submit trial interview with NBC’ Savannah Guthrie, the Aquaman star mentioned that they needed to set up barricades so she may drive safely to the courthouse.

“Each single day I handed metropolis blocks lined with individuals holding indicators saying issues that I couldn’t repeat on tv,” Heard mentioned in her interview.

She added, “They needed to set up barricades to guard me so I may drive right into a protected entrance of the courthouse.”

“Each single day that’s how I walked within the court docket,” the 36-year-old actor mentioned.

She additional mentioned, “I didn’t need this to be a factor. I didn’t need it to be a trial.”

“I didn’t need it to be part of the general public file however when somebody sues you, you don’t actually have a alternative,” she added.

Heard misplaced the trial in opposition to Depp introduced in opposition to her after she printed an article in The Washington Submit during which she referred to herself as a home abuse sufferer.

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