Amber Heard to dish in ‘tell all’ after Johnny Depp trial: reports

Amber Heard is in talks to write a tell-all book now that she has ‘nothing to lose’ following ex-husband Johnny Depp’s defamation lawsuit, according to a report.

The “Aquaman” actress would do anything OK! Magazine describes it as a “revenge” book after she is largely the loser in the long and highly publicized trial.

“Amber considers her career in Hollywood to be over. She is already in talks and is thrilled about it,” a source described as an “insider” told OK! Magazine. “At this point, she has nothing to lose and means everything.”

But Heard, 36, may have something to lose – with potential lawsuits the book could spark, an expert told the magazine.

“Depp and his attorneys will read and listen to anything Heard says,” author Dror Bikel told OK! “If she crosses the line, which is likely, there is no doubt that she will be hit with another libel suit and find herself back in court again.”

Bikel, author of “The 1% Divorce: When Titans Clash,” said Heard had to be “extremely careful” about what she says about her ex after the trial unfolds.

Amber Heard is reportedly in talks for a ‘telling’ book deal following her defamation lawsuit with ex-husband Johnny Depp.
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Heard’s reps didn’t deny the OK! report but declined to comment to the Post on Tuesday.

Despite the “tell it all” reports, Heard said in an interview with NBC’s “Dateline” that she was “terrified” that Depp could sue her again.

“I guess that’s what a libel suit is supposed to do, it’s mean to take your voice,” she claimed when meeting Savannah Guthrie.

Johnny Depp celebrates after closing the closing arguments in his defamation trial on May 27, 2022.
Johnny Depp celebrates after closing his closing arguments during his defamation trial on May 27, 2022.
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Amber Heard with Johnny Depp at the 2016 Grammys.
Amber Heard seen with Johnny Depp at the 2016 Grammys.
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Heard said in a “Dateline” interview that she was still “terrified” that Depp would come after her again.
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Depp, 59, sued Heard for his 2018 Washington Post op-ed which did not name him but indirectly accused him of domestic violence.

After a six-week trial, the jury ruled largely in favor of Depp, awarding the ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ star $10.35 million in damages – although there are questions whether Heard would be able to pay if the decision withstands an appeal.

A juror has revealed that some used the phrase “crocodile tears” to describe the actress’ emotional testimony during the trial.


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