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Amber Heard has revealed that she has a whole binder of notes that detail the physical abuse she claims she suffered at the hands of Johnny Depp.
In a TV interview with Savannah Guthrie for NBC, the Aquaman star said she had been reporting the alleged physical abuse since 2011, four years before the couple married.
“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 told Guthrie.
The Daily Mail reports that Guthrie and the team at NBC went over the notes to confirm what Heard had been telling her therapist.
According to Guthrie, therapist notes from January 2012 said that Heard told her doctor that Depp 'hit her, threw her on the floor'.
Further notes from 2013 claimed that 'he threw her against a wall and threatened to kill her'.
Guthrie explained in the interview, as per the Independent, that the binder was not allowed to be entered into evidence as it was considered hearsay.
The binder discussion is the latest preview clip for Heard's upcoming Dateline interview.
In the extensive tell-all, Heard has also confessed that she 'absolutely still loves' Depp.
Heard added that she 'made a lot of mistakes. But [has] always told the truth'.
Depp’s team released a statement to NBC regarding Heard’s claims without mentioning her by name.
“It’s unfortunate that while Johnny is looking to move forward with his life, the defendant and her team are back to repeating, reimagining and re-litigating matters that have already been decided by the Court and a verdict that was unanimously and unequivocally decided by a jury in Johnny’s favour," they said, as per The New York Post.
Johnny Depp won his defamation case against ex-wife Amber Heard on June 1.
The jury unanimously found in favour of Johnny Depp, finding that what Amber Heard wrote in her op-ed piece for The Washington Post was defamatory, and awarded him $15 million ($AUD 20.6 million, £11.9 million) in damages.
These charges were later capped at $10.35 million (AU $14.2 million, £8.2 million) by Judge Penny Azcarate.
The jury awarded Heard $2 million ($AUD 2.7 million £1.5 million) in compensatory damages, finding that in her countersuit, Heard did not prove all elements of defamation.
The second part of the NBC special aired Wednesday (15 June) on the network's Today show.
The full interview will be released on Friday (17 June) on Dateline NBC.
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