Amber Heard has told Johnny Depp to do his own interview if he doesn’t like her bombshell appearance on NBC’s “Dateline,” in which she says he abused her again and again.
Heard, who is 36, issued the challenge on Friday, just hours before her explosive interview with “Today” show host Savannah Guthrie was set to air.
In a statement to The Post, a representative for Heard said, “If Mr. Depp or his team have a problem with this, we suggest that Johnny himself sit down with Savannah Guthrie for an hour and answer all of her questions.”
Her comments came after a 20-minute preview clip on Peacock showed Heard giving the NBC show a lot of documents from a doctor that “represented years and years of real-time explanations of what was going on.”
Heard said to Guthrie in the segment, “My doctor, to whom I told him about the abuse, took notes for years, going back to 2011 and the start of my relationship.
There is a binder’s worth of them.” “Her notes were years and years of explanations of what was going on at the time.”
According to “Dateline,” the documents show one time in 2012 when Depp allegedly “hit her, threw her against a wall, and threatened to kill her.”
According to the show, eight months later, Depp “ripped her nightgown and threw her on the bed.” In 2013, he allegedly “threw her against a wall and threatened to kill her.”
But Heard’s lawyers couldn’t use the documents as proof in the highly publicized trial because the judge said they were “hearsay.”
After the interview, a spokesperson for Depp, who is 59 years old, told “Dateline” that the “Donnie Brasco” actor just wants to move on with his life now that he won the defamation case.
In a statement, they said, “It’s unfortunate that while Johnny is trying to move on with his life, the defendant and her team are back to repeating, reimagining.
And litigating things that have already been decided by the court and a verdict that was unanimously and unambiguously in Johnny’s favor.”
The bombshell statements come after Depp won a defamation case earlier this month and was given more than $10 million.
A jury in Fairfax, Virginia, found heard guilty of slandering Depp in a 2018 op-ed she wrote for the Washington Post in which she said she had been abused at home.
The jury also said that one of Depp’s lawyers had lied about Heard, but they only gave her $2 million in damages. Experts said, though, that it will be awhile before the actress has to pay anything.
Still, Heard said in a teaser for an interview on Tuesday that she “stands by every word” she said in her losing testimony at the defamation trial.
Surprisingly, the star said that she still loves Depp “absolutely,” even though she made some scary accusations of abuse against him. The “Rum Diary” star said of Depp, “I loved him with all my heart.”
“I did everything I could to fix a relationship that was very broken, but I couldn’t. I have nothing bad to say or feel about him at all.”