Amber Heard Releases 'Years' Of Therapy Notes That She Says Prove She Was Abused By Johnny Depp



Amber Heard has turned over "years" worth of therapy notes - that allegedly detail how her ex-husband Johnny Depp abused her - to NBC's Dateline.
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The Aquaman actor has given an explosive sit-down interview with the show's Savannah Guthrie after losing her high-profile defamation trial against Depp earlier this month.

NBC has been releasing sneak peeks of the interview all week, ahead of the full conversation airing on U.S. television tonight (Friday, June 17).


So far in the previews, Heard has repeated her allegations against the Pirates of the Caribbean star, claiming that he was physically abusive during their relationship. She also argued that the jury was swayed by social media, and professed that - despite everything - she still loves her ex-husband.


With just hours to go before the bombshell exposé hits screens, another preview has been unveiled. This time, a 20-minute segment reveals notes taken by Heard's therapists during their sessions, with Guthrie explaining that they contain detailed descriptions of the violence she allegedly suffered at Depp's hands.

"There's a binder worth of years of notes dating back to 2011 from the very beginning of my relationship that were taken by my doctor who I was reporting the abuse to," Heard says.

Guthrie goes on to reveal that the notes date back to January 2012. They describe an incident in which Heard "told her therapist Depp hit her, threw her on the floor."


An entry from eight months later recalls a time Depp allegedly "ripped her nightgown, threw her on the bed." Then, notes from 2013 allege how "he threw her against a wall and threatened to kill her."


Judge Penney Azcarate - who oversaw Depp and Heard's court case last month - has already dismissed the binder of therapy notes as "hearsay" and barred Heard's lawyers from submitting it as evidence.


But that hasn't stopped Heard from releasing the documents to Dateline, as she continues to stand by her allegations.

"I know what happened to me. I'm here as a survivor," she told Guthrie in another of the Dateline previews, adding: "To my dying day I will stand by every word of my testimony."




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